Posts From Nick Keogan

Nick Keogan
Nick Keogan 47 posts

I've reviewed gaming and tech for over 10 years now. I'm a family man based out of Utah. Grew up in the Greater Washington DC Area.

HyperX ChargePlay Clutch Charging Controller Grips for Mobile (Review)

Whether you like it or not, mobile gaming is real, and it is growing rapidly. The HyperX ChargePlay Clutch is just one example of its growth. Even developers are adapting

EWIN Champion Series Gaming Chair (Review)

Being no stranger to EWIN, I went into this review with an understanding of what their gaming chairs are like. I reviewed the FlashXL over a year ago, and another

HyperX Cloud Alpha S Blackout Edition now available with subtle change

HyperX is well known for its peripherals, especially its headsets. The Cloud series has nearly created its own category with a range of quality options. The Cloud Alpha S has

Logitech G announces partnership with Herman Miller to produce gaming furniture

Logitech G is better known for their gaming peripherals. However, they are taking an interesting turn in 2020. It seems as though their headsets, keyboards, and mice were just a stepping

Xbox Series X has more TFLOPs than an RTX 2080 Super

We all know that Microsoft has been quiet for some time now (since December’s XBSX announcement), but yesterday has shed more light on the Xbox Series X. This newest NAVI

EA bans pro FIFA player for continued abusive content after spitting on EA logo

The pro FIFA player, Kurt Fenech aka Kurt0411, has apparently gone too far. According to EA, Fenech is not being banned only for spitting on the EA logo (which he did

Shenmue 3 is a mixed bag of emotions (Review)

Just the name of this review likely provides an impression of where this review will end up, but Shenmue 3 has been a mixed bag of emotions from the start.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare brings back joy and nostalgia of original (review)

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is here. Another year, another Call of Duty. However, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is a bit different. Many will argue that the last great Call

PDP Gaming Ultra Slim Charge System review

Performance Designed Products, better known as PDP, began as a company in California back in the late 1990s. Flash forward to now, and they are disrupting the gaming peripheral industry with

Mainframe announces Project X Gaming Loungewear

Mainframe is an apparel company that specializes in simple, clean looks for gamers. They are also sponsors of professional and collegiate esports teams. This relatively new company started small in Utah

Eufy Video Doorbell Review

There are a ton of reasons a video doorbell may be the solution for you. Wouldn’t it be nice to check the front door when you hear a knock… without getting

Ghost Recon Breakpoint Beta is not what Ghost Recon fans wanted

Ghost Recon Breakpoint had a closed beta over the weekend, and we had the chance to experience the tactical shooter. Let’s begin by saying that this is based on the

Like it or not, the Fortnite World Cup is building eSports popularity

Whether it’s FIFA, Rainbow Six, Call of Duty, or Dota, eSports has attracted lots of attention and prize pools over the last few years. It was only a few years

Creative celebrates 30th anniversary with new flagship internal sound card

Creative has now been in the business of creating unique audio experiences for 30 years now. Year after year it has consistently reinvented its products to push their limits. From

Cooler Master releases limited edition SK650 and SK630 keyboards

Cooler Master released a new SK mechanical keyboard series a few months ago. It must have been very successful because they are now releasing a limited edition SK650 and SK630

Creative Pebble Plus (review)

Creative Technology has a slew of audio products ranging from headphones to SXFI soundbars, and nearly everything in between. I recently spent about 2 months with the new Pebble Plus.

Monitor your home and tech with the eufyCam E (review)

Many people have lots of expensive or priceless tech and other items in their home. It is only natural to want to protect those items, especially if there is nostalgia connected to

Cooler Master SK621 Mechanical Wireless Keyboard (Review)

Cooler Master has a whole slew of hardware products like keyboards, PC cases, power supplies, headsets, mice, and of course coolers. Every one of its products has been specially designed from community feedback.

Steelseries changes Xbox One gaming forever with new Arctis 9X

Steelseries is well known for its award-winning gaming headset on the market, the Arctis series. Today Steelseries welcomes the Arctis 9X to the family. Since the Arctis series is already

Poly’s RIG 500 Pro eSports Edition is Dolby Atmos certified (review)

Poly, formerly known as Plantronics, has been around for a long time. They have made headphones and earphones of all kinds, from enterprise to casual everyday use. It’s definitely one