Rubik’s Futuro Cube review
The future is right in front of us. Ways to play are absolutely unlimited. There are computer and console...
InCharge USB cable review: Because size matters
The inCharge cable is really a very simple concept. It’s a compact charging cable that can always be carried along...
Bellboy Bluetooth Earphones Review
Almost everyone among us owns a pair of earphones. Earphones make it easy to listen to music or even...
The Brainwavz Jive Earphones Review
Yet again, Brainwavz continues to impress the audiophiles with its affordable range of earphones and strive to create sleek looking products for the appreciative consumer. Read more
GMP 435S white edition headphones review: The Maestro of headphones
Today we are going to look at an audiophile-grade headphone from a company called – German Maestro. The GMP 435 S White Edition isn’t actually a new product Read more
Vrizzmo VR headset review: Does it suck?
For quite a while there were only two choices for anyone interested in trying out VR headsets: they could spend an awful lot of money on an Oculus Rift Read more
Merge VR review: A Marshmallow version of Google Cardboard
The Merge VR is virtual reality with an openness that is easy to appreciate, yet with limitations that keep it well within the entry-level realm Read more
u-JAYS headphones review: Is a $200 pair of headphones worth it?
Shelling out a couple of hundred for a pair of high-end headphones is something of an investment, so if they turn out to be fragile or aren’t comfortable, it can be a waste of money. Read more
Brainwavz HM2 headphones, Hooka and Hengja hangers review
Summery: Sure the sound isn’t the best in the category, but it isn’t bad in any way, and if you don’t mind tweak the EQ a bit, the other additions in the package make the HM2’s headphone worth going for. Read more
Review of the Opera 38.0 Browser
Having started back in 1995, Opera stands as the second-oldest web browser currently in use. This software runs on a Google Chromium system. Read more
AXEL ID headphones review: build your own listening experience
Summary: The Axel ID is a really impressive pair of headphones. They’re solidly built and comfortable to wear, you get the modularity and also the chance to build your own listening experience. It isn’t the best headset in the market but for 145$ you get build quality, nice design... Read more