I have tested many of the Xtrac Pads products, including the Ripper XL and their InstaGlide; both of which I rated highly and for very good reason. And now today I get to test the latest offering from XTrac; their Ripper XXL. Also, I get to look at their best selling pad, the Pro HS.
Enermax aren’t well known for their peripherals, and especially not their keyboards. That’s because this is the first, and hopefully it won't be the last.
Vizo make many products that generally involve hard discs. One of their key ventures is their range of hard drive enclosures, and today I have one to review; the stylish Vizo Luxon HDD Enclosure… Lets see how it performs
Until recently, I had been quite content with using my bare desk surface as a mouse pad. However, since I’ve started using high precision laser mice, a desk doesn’t seem right. So today I have the Giganta Lazer 4 to test. This pad stands out visually, but does its performance follow suit?
You touch it all the time, and the feeling has to be right; your mouse is your key input to your PC. That's why PCXmods decided to make Mouse Grips. They are small pieces of self-adhesive rubber that can be placed anywhere on your mouse to make using your mouse even better.
Recently, I had the privilege of reviewing the Jetart 3D cooler that, in my opinion, wasn't the most well conceived product out there. Now I have the VC1000, better known as the Storm 2, in my hands. With a brighter package, better look and a more enticing name, can this better the 3D cooler? I sure hope so…
There are several parts of PC that can be considered essential for top performance gaming. Mouse, of course, keyboard, certainly, maybe headset too? However, many people often overlook the importance of the humble mouse mat. Today I will be testing Nova's Killer mouse mat; lets see if it makes the grade and qualifies as a gamer's best friend.
Geil I have to say are not one the most known memory companies, they are not as well known as the likes of Corsair and Crucial. Never the less they have made a name for themselves with such products as the Geil One series, the only memory I have seen to hit CAS ratings of 1.5. Today we will be looking at the other end of the spectrum, their value series. This memory has gained a reputation with the overclocking community as being the same price range as Crucial’s and Corsair’s value range but is rumoured to be a lot more overclockable while maintaining nice timings. We will of course test these rumours to bring you the truth.
When I recieved the Vizo Mirrorbox 32-in-1 card reader, I had no idea who VIZO was; even google had a hard time finding this little known company. However, "What's in a name?" I thought, and progressed with my testing. Needless to say, I was very impressed, read on to find out why.
Finally got my new card, replacement for my X700pro which I reviewed recently, Gigabyte Geforce 7800GT 256MB VIVO. The all powerful 7800GT, but does it really live up to its name? Read on!This card was developed under the NX78 series. This is a card that targets the top end of the market, which means we will be expecting a lot from the NX78. Let’s see what it can do.