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Astro Gaming A50 Wireless Headset and Base Station (review)

When we look at the field of video game accessories, Astro Gaming can be considered as the new kid on the block. The A50, Astros’ latest headset to their arsenal,

Skullcandy Sesh (review)

In the wake of its Push and Indy true wireless earbuds, Skullcandy continues to shake up the market with its latest pair “Sesh.” What makes this pair stand out from

Go farther with the Fuell Fluid eBike

As more and more cars end up on the road, there are some commuters who start to think about reducing their carbon footprint, so they opt for taking public transportation

Zhiyun-Tech makes mobile filmmaking easier with the Smooth-Q2 gimbal

For the last five years, Zhiyun Tech has strived to help content creators and filmmakers produce more video content, by designing and building a line of products that assist in

Meet Sesh, Skullcandy’s most affordable pair of True Wireless Earbuds

This year alone Skullcandy has released two different models in their True Wireless Earbud line, the Push and Indy. Both models had different designs, but both were able to provide

DreamWorld AR launches its campaign for the DreamGlass Air

Dreamworld AR is announcing today their Kickstarter campaign for the DreamGlass Air, a brand new AR headset that will revolutionize the way we immerse ourselves with our favorite content such

Gamescom: HyperX Cloud Alpha S Gaming Headset announced

Gamescom is happening this week, and there have already been a lot of announcements made for different video games. On the video game accessories side, HyperX announced the Cloud Alpha S

MyCharge Power Lumens 10K

MyCharge has been a player in the battery bank game for a while, and now they are expanding into the flashlight game. Ok, maybe not, but the Power Lumens is

Soundcore Wakey (review)

For the last few years, my typical morning would start by waking up to my smartphone’s alarm clock. It’s highly convenient, and I can easily check if I have any

Nuheara IQBuds Boost (review)

Our sense of hearing is a fragile one and there’s a lot of things that can cause hearing loss, such as old age, abnormally loud noises, and infections. Thankfully, with

Snakebyte Game:Pad 4 S Wireless Camouflage Controller review

There are third-party PlayStation 4 controllers available for those wanting a cheaper alternative to the DualShock 4 controller, and one of them includes Snakebyte Game:Pad 4 S Wireless Camouflage Controller.

Turtle Beach Recon Spark Gaming Headset (review)

The Recon line has been one of the most affordable options inside Turtle Beach’s current repertoire. Regardless if you’re new to video games or just don’t want to spend a

HyperX Double-Shot PBT Keycaps will make your RGB keyboard more colorful

If you’re a PC gamer, getting the right gaming keyboard is one of the most important things you can do. Once you know the type of keyboard to get, next

Esqapes Immersive Relaxation is a new VR massage getaway

Donning those virtual reality headsets is an escape in itself, but it can also do your body good at Esqapes Immersive Relaxation. Located in Los Angeles Mid City, Esqapes provide

LucidSound LS41 gaming headset (review)

In the world of gaming headsets, a majority of players will lean towards Turtle Beach, HyperX, or Razer for their next pair. But if you spend the time and look

Wicked Audio Syver (review)

Listening to our favorite music will always come with choices. Some will prefer headphones, while some enjoy hearing music from a speaker. But in a music world divided by choices,

Wicked Audio Gnar headphones (review)

When Wicked Audio launched its first true wireless earbuds with the “Arq,” it was proof that you didn’t need to spend more than $100 to get a good pair of

Hercules DJControl Inpulse 200 Review

Hercules has always played a part in helping people learn how to DJ with the beginner-friendly DJ controllers. Now, the company seems to step their game up with the introduction

Be Quiet! Dark Base Pro 900 Rev.2 (review)

  When it comes to building or upgrading your PC, the first thing we think about is what kind of motherboard, processor, or graphics card we want. But one thing

Optoma NuForce BE Free6 (review)

Almost every audio manufacturer has released a pair of true wireless products in the last few years. These are all different in style, but the same in functionality. Optoma NuForce