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TteSports Shock 3D 7.1 PC Gaming Headset Review

Introduction TteSports products have been a popular choice with gamers around the world for many years now, the companies unrelenting focus and dedication to the gaming scene has seen them produce some of the best performing…

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TteSports Ventus X Laser Gaming Mouse Review

Introduction TteSports are back on eTeknix once again, this time with their latest gaming mouse, the rather unique looking Ventus X. The Ventus is tuned for gaming performance and comes with a bunch of funky features…

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SanDisk Retail Products at Computex 2015

Computex 2015 – We had to stop by the SanDisk booth and check out their storage drives, and we were not disappointed. They brought along pretty much their entire portfolio of current and new products. In…

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Thunderbolt 3 Speed Is Capped on Apple’s 12-Inch MacBook

Apple wanted to bring revolutionary technology with its new super slim 12-inch MacBook and it did with the USB Type-C port. Unfortunately, those of you wanting to reach top speeds with Thunderbolt 3 will have to…

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Crucial and Lexar Showcase Latest Storage Products @ Computex 2015

Computex 2015 – While, at the Crucial booth, we were contemplating how far storage technology has come in just a few years. With the humble hard drive being the ‘standard’ storage device with its technology dating back…

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Emergency Smartphone Charging with USB Type-C

With the recent announcement of Android M at the Google I/O developers conference, it has been stated that smartphones running this operating system and that are equipped with USB Type-C (or USB-C that Apple has fondly…

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Android Auto Now Available for the Latest 2015 Hyundai Sonata

If you are an Android user and looking to buy a car that can take you anywhere, you might consider what Hyundai has to offer this year. The company just revealed that their latest 2015 Hyundai…

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Razer Introduces Firefly Mousepad With RGB Lighting

LED here, LED there, and LEDs everywhere. That must have been the motto for the meeting where Razer came up with their new gaming mouse pad. It features, yes you guessed it, custom LED lighting. I’m…

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Turtle Beach Impact 500 TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

Introduction It’s been a very interesting time for Turtle Beach, with the revealing their new desktop peripherals at CES 2015, we’re now very excited to have them in the eTeknix office. We’ve already looked at their…

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Crystal Acoustics Widaptor Creates Wireless Multi-Room From Any Set of Audio Products

Crystal Acoustics has unveiled a new simple and affordable way to connect your non-smart devices to your home network and enjoy the benefits of modern technology everywhere in your home. The Widaptor allows you to connect any…

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Razer Launches Seiren Pro Digital Microphone with XLR Recording

Razer launched a new microphone aimed at users that do their own live streams and youtube videos, the new Seirēn Pro Digital Microphone with both analog XLR and digital USB connection. The XLR cable allows it…

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Turtle Beach Impact 700 Mechanical Keyboard Review

Introduction Recently, I’ve been getting engrossed in the world of Turtle Beach peripherals. The company announced they would be breaking away from being an audio only company, set to explore the world of keyboards and mice…

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Diamond Wireless Video Stream HD 1080P HDMI Review

Introduction A great desktop or AV setup should simply work, with as few controls needed as possible, as few cables as needed, so that you can power it up and get on with the work or…

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PNY Releases 2-in-1 Duo-Link OU4 Flash drive with OTG and USB 3.0

Getting files from your smartphone or tablet and over on a flash drive can be a real hassle and for most parts it requires the use of a system in the middle where you can connect…

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Cherry Introduced New KC1086 Keyboard With IP68 Protection

CHERRY is a well-known name in the peripherals business and doesn’t need an introduction as such, but their new keyboard deserves one. The new model is named KC 1068 and it is designed for e-health market…

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Ozone Strike Battle Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

Introduction Ozone are one of the coolest names in the peripheral business. Time and time again, they’ve shown us that they can create some great gaming products, packed full of features, that have proven very popular…

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PNY Releases 128GB Hook Attaché USB 2.0 Flash Drive

PNY’s newest USB flash drive puts a whole of storage in you pockets. The Hook Attaché is a high-quality flash drive with up to 128GB capacity to store all the data you need on the go. The…

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Microsoft Is Planning to Release $149 Laptops Running Windows 10

Microsoft is said to be working on delivering record low-priced laptops running Windows 10 which are due to launch this summer. The company is aiming for a $149 price tag for the cheap laptops, which are…

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Tesoro Launches the Lobera Spectrum Per-Key RGB Backlit Mechanical Keyboard

Tesoro has just launched the Lobera Spectrum Per-Key RGB Backlit Mechanical Keyboard featuring 9 LED effect modes, namely dimming, full zone, trigger, ripple, firework, radiation, rainbow wave, and instant recording for every key and USB pass-trough.…

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Apple’s Latest Macbook Is Being Downplayed by PC Makers on Twitter

Apple’s competitors really like to mock its products (a lot). Dell, Asus and Lenovo are one of them, and through some tweets, the PC manufacturers attempt to prove that Apple’s products are not the only ‘thin’…

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Android Phones Will Feature USB Type-C in the near Future

The new USB Type-C seems to be getting a lot of appreciation on the market for mobile devices. Google is said to already have included the technology in its Chromebook Pixel series and is now looking…

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New 34″ Ultra-Wide Display Released by Philips Featuring MHL-Capable HDMI

Philips has just added a new 34″ ultra-wide display to their range of products. The new display product code is BDM3470UP and it looks perfect for anyone who is looking for a display to work with…

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Always Short an USB Port? Try Brando’s New 49-Port USB Charging Hub

Have you ever found yourself short of just one USB port to connect whatever device you’re just holding in your hand? Of course you have, and it makes no difference how many ports you have. This…

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Valve Wants to Make Your House ‘Steam-Ready’ with Steam Link

GDC bring a lot of announcements, one of them being from Valve. The company has announced its new Steam Link, which is a gadget that will “extend your Steam experience to any room in the house”.…

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SanDisk Introduces Their First USB 3 Type C Flash Drive

We’ve seen motherboard and add-in card manufacturers getting ready with new versions to support the USB 3.1 and Type C connectors, and the mobile industry is expected to add the type C connector to most of…

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Turtle Beach Earforce Z60 DTS Headphone X Review

Introduction Turtle Beach are one of the leading names in the gaming audio market. They’ve got one of the most recognisable brand names in gaming and they’ve built themselves a great reputation for providing gamers with…

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Roccat Tyon FPS Gaming Mouse Review

Introduction Roccat is easily one of my favourite gaming brands. They’ve created some truly incredible peripherals over the years that have been packed full of innovative features, exceptional build quality and a whole lot more. Today…