Posts From Nick Keogan

Nick Keogan
Nick Keogan 23 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.

CarWink: Communicate with nearby drivers via icons and emojis

I first heard of CarWink at CES 2019, but they have been around for years. When I stopped by the booth, I thought they had some kind of Pokémon ball

Sound BlasterX H6 Review: Punching above its weight

Sound BlasterX is a go-to for many gamers. From headsets to soundcards, they’ve just about had it all. The item in question today is the H6 gaming headset with 7.1

CES 2019: 4K and 8K TVs with TCL, Hisense and RCA

CES is always a time to see what’s new for the upcoming TV market for the year. There are so many brands I have and haven’t heard mentioned. The only

CES 2019 tech that may have been overlooked

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is one of the largest conferences in the US. Almost every sizable hotel and conference center is being used over the 4 days of the

New GAEMS Sentinel and Guardian impressions

Years ago, Gaems joined the market of portable gaming with the Vanguard. Many did not see the use of it at first, but it quickly caught on after release. This

Samsung’s CES 2019 shows MicroLED and gaming focus

    2019 is the 50-year anniversary of Samsung Electronics. It makes it a perfect time to roll out a strong line of products at CES 2019. Not only are

Cooler Master MH752 Review

Cooler Master is back on the scene again. Recently it has announced a Kickstarter for the ControlPad, an analog keypad for PC. Now it has the MH752 coming out on November

AKRacing Master Series Pro Review

If you are familiar with the Fortnite Pro-Am, H1Z1 Pro League, PUBG Invitational, League of Legends Champions Korea, Arena of Valor World Cup, NHL Gaming, or even the eMLS, then

Cooler Master debuts world’s first analog keypad, ControlPad

A few days ago, Cooler Master released information about a new product that they’re working on. A keypad that utilizes Aimpad technology to bring pressure sensitivity to the tip of

Phantomgate: The Last Valkyrie Impressions

Mobile gaming is a huge market, and it’s getting larger every day. Even larger games like Fortnite and PUBG have made their way to the small platform. However, not all

OMEN Mindframe Review: Tremendous Audio

OMEN by HP is well known for its high-performance gaming PCs and laptops. Back at CES, OMEN showcased a 65″ gaming display and streaming service that was jaw-dropping. So what

Ewin Flash XL Gaming Chair Review: Crafted for the Big and Tall

In case you haven’t paid attention to the gaming chair market, it has exploded. Competition has woken up the gaming community to venture out to other brands. Since there are

Forza Horizon 4 Review: Almost too much fun

Forza is to Xbox as Gran Turismo is to PlayStation. So what’s the deal with Forza Horizon? We take a test drive to find out. The Horizon series kind of

Battlefield V Open Beta impressions: What’s all the fuss about?

The Battlefield V Open Beta just ended a few days ago. There is another article about it too, but I wanted to contribute to the conversation. There have been plenty

Noblechairs HERO review: New style, same class

Noblechairs have been disrupting the gaming chair market for some time now. You may have seen ads on Facebook, YouTube videos, and gaming events featuring their chairs. They are known

Respawn RSP-400 Review: A Chair for the Big and Tall

There are a few reasons you are reading this. Analytics from many sites show that the majority of reviews are read to validate a purchase. Otherwise, you are likely in

Guacamelee 2 review: More of the same but better

When Guacamelee was released, it was a refreshing take on side scrollers. It’s not necessarily that they made a groundbreaking new sidescrolling gameplay, but that it was just pure fun

AverMedia Live Gamer Ultra GC553 Review: 4K HDR captured beautifully

Not long ago, AVerMedia released information about its upcoming capture cards. There has been a steady rise in 4K HDR content, and the capture card company doesn’t want to be left

Do product reviews need a review score?

When a new product or software is released, millions of people flock to the internet to see if it’s worth a purchase. In fact, there aren’t many people who don’t

New AVerMedia 4K Capture Cards on the horizon

AVerMedia has been creating capture cards for many years now. If you are not familiar with the Live Gamer line, I recommend that you take a moment to look up

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