There are plenty of headset stands on the market, but few are well-suited to holding heavy and long-cabled VR headsets and fragile gaming headphones. One new contender is the NZXT Puck, a magnetic headset stand designed to strap your VR or audio headset conveniently to the side of your PC while keeping long cables safely under wraps. The Puck first appeared as part of NZXT’s VR-focused S340 Elite case, but now it’s available as a standalone accessory in a range of colours for £20 ($20). Here’s our review.FeaturesDesigned for Audio or VR headsets and mounting ease Powerful magnets allow quick and easy mounting Splits apart for extended cable [...]
Aukey is one of the best known makers of mobile accessories, with a massive range of chargers, battery packs, speakers and so on. Today, we’re looking at five chargers of various kinds from Aukey with a common trait: Quick Charge compatibility. Let’s cover what Quick Charge is, then get right into the review!What is Quick Charge?
As the name suggests, this Qualcomm charging standard allows you to recharge your phone in a fraction of the time of standard charging practices, largely through allowing higher voltage charging. Quick Charge 4.0 models will be able to go from 0% to 50% capacity in just fifteen minutes of charging; earlier versions of the [...]
The MYNT is a smart tracker, a tiny dongle that can be attached to useful items like your keys or wallet so you can track its location on your phone. It also works the other way around, allowing you to find your phone if you have the MYNT in hand. There are some other useful capabilities built in too, so let’s take a closer look in our rapid review.FeaturesItem tracker: Find items by calling the MYNT through the app Phone finder: Use the MYNT to make your phone ring so you can locate it Separation location: Show the last known location of the MYNT Separation alarm: alerts on your phone if you leave your MYNT behind Remote shutter: Take a picture on your phone by [...]
NZXT have just unveiled their latest special edition case, and it’s an absolute beauty. The S340 Elite Hyper Beast features the artwork of Brock Hofer, a Nova Scotian who is responsible for some of the coolest weapon skins in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (shown below).
We were big fans of the original S340 Elite when we reviewed it, thanks to its excellent thermals and excellent cable management, but this new design makes it even cooler. The Hyper Beast limited edition even includes a special gradient-coloured cable management bar.
Only 1337 units will be made, each individually numbered with a metal identifier. The S340 Elite Hyper [...]
NZXT has announced its latest range of cooling fans, the Aer F. Like the Aer P and other high performance fans, these fans are designed for strong airflow and minimal noise. They use ‘winglet-constructed fan blades’ to minimise drag and improve cooling, while ‘patented fluid dynamic bearings’ allow the fans to have a useful life of 60,000 hours or six years.
There are cables in sleeves to prevent accidental damage and make routing easier, while replaceable coloured trims let you match the rest of your build — as long as it’s red, white or blue, and you’re willing to pay a bit extra.
Nokia unveiled the new 3310 after it first launched the new model. This iconic handset has been brought back from the dead, with new designs and new specifications. The new 3310 has been modified in terms of ringtones, screen and colours but the design remains more or less the same. But is innovative always better?
Compared to the old 3310 which was launched at £129.99 in 2000, the new 3310 is relatively cheap costing around £15-£50. Being highly affordable, this new phone can suit all types of buyers and is a great option as back-up or holiday phone. Also, the recently launched 3310, is compatible to modern sim cards like Mini-sim or Dual sim.
When launched in 2010, [...]
There was a time when gaming was a PC or console-based activity but with the rise and rise of mobile technology those days are long gone – so far long gone, in fact, that mobile gaming is now the bigger moneymaker of the two.
It’s not hard to see why. As the smartphone and tablet have become more and more part of our lives the technology has been advancing at an astonishing rate allowing gamers to play when and where they like.
The companies who produce the games have been quick to notice and exploit this fact by creating games that are specifically intended to work best on a mobile device and, in many cases, use their specific features too. A good example of this is [...]