A new review by me over on Mobility Digest! Check it out when you get a minute….
Quote: "I’m sure you’ve noticed by now that we’re covering a bit of gaming here on Mobility Digest, it’s an attempt to diversify, and I guess it works. There is mobile gaming out there and it’s not just on our phones, I’ve got a few different portable gaming consoles and they’ve got plenty of accessories for them which I like to accumulate. The PS Vita is the latest and greatest portable gaming console on the market and personally I like it for the most part. Today for review I’ve got what I think is a must-have accessory for your PS Vita, it’s simple and it’s very inexpensive coming in at only $4. It doesn’t have any special fancy name, but the name exactly describes what it is, the Plastic Handgrip for PS Vita. It’s an accessory that I truly love, I find it very useful and it just makes gaming much more fun really."
A new review by me over on Review the Tech of an inexpensive but excellent case fro the PS Vita!
Quote: "I love my PS Vita, but I haven’t found a case yet that I truly like, that is until now I think. I found one on Deal Extreme for only $6, and I thought why not check it out as I’m always on the look out for a good deal. I’ll be honest I was not expecting much at all from this case considering the price, but I like it a lot, it looks great, it’s well made and it fully protects the Vita while offering access to all ports and buttons. If you’re looking for a decent case for your Vita then check this one out and read on for the review…"
The PS Vita is the latest and greatest handheld device out there today and like all of them it’s not exactly what I would call durable. The first thing I did when I got mine was to order a case and screen protector for it as I want to protect my investment and have it last for a long while. Today for review our friends over at Mobile Fun have sent me over their PS Vita Crystal Case which is exactly as it sounds a crystal clear case for your Vita. It’s plastic or acrylic and it fits perfectly over the Vita but yet leaves all buttons and ports open for easy access. Read on…
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NZXT was kind
enough to send DragonSteelMods the latest version of their Tempest case – the Tempest
EVO. While the original Tempest was a
very well received case, NZXT did not rest on their laurels and made some
improvements creating the Tempest EVO. This case is designed with the PC enthusiast and/or gamer in mind.
include fan blade redesign to provide more effective cooling, all black
interior and exterior, improved cable management and a smoked side panel. If cooling is a priority then this case is
definitely one to keep in mind as it has six fans and numerous vent openings
for maximal air flow; living up to its Tempest name.
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Up for review today I’ve got a tiny little mouse from
Verbatim aptly named the Mini Travel Mouse. The mouse is small enough to fit in
the palm of your hand. The Travel Mouse is wireless and you can stow the
receiver right inside of the mouse itself. If you’re in the need of a very
small and portable mouse then this is what you want. This thing is probably the
smallest mouse I’ve ever seen.
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Up on the review block today I’ve got a little macro lens from USBFever.com that can be used with anything that has a small lens like an MP3 player, phone or even your netbook or laptop and the hand held style video cameras. It’s an interesting little gadget, and it does work well to help focus on the macro level. Read on to learn more..
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One technique for capturing great photos is by using a tripod. Unfortunately not all environments are conducive for tripod use. Plus lugging around a standard tripod can be a pain in the butt. Thankfully Joby a company known for camera accessories have a remedy for this very problem. They are the makes of the Gorillapod line of flexible tripods and today we will check out their Gorillapod SLR-Zoom tripod.
This funky looking tripod is designed to securely mount cameras weighing up to 6.5 pounds. It is designed to be used in conjunction with the Ballhead SLR-Zoom. It is important to note that the Ballhead SLR-Zoom must be purchased separately as it does not come with the Gorillapod SLR-Zoom.
What separates the Gorillapod SLR-Zoom from other tripods are its two dozen bendable and rotatable leg joints that allows the tripod to be positioned on virtually any surface. So if you need a tripod that can work on almost any terrain and you should check out our review of the Gorillapod SLR-Zoom.
Let’s take a closer look…….
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products have rarely disappointed us at Dragonsteelmods and today’s
PC case continues this pleasant trend. The Guardian 921 is a gaming
chassis designed with form and function in mind while maintaining a
budget price. Eschewing the boxy beige box shape, the Guardian 921
features numerous curves and angle to make the case stand out.
Guardian 921 is a steel case in a mid tower configuration. If you
are looking for a light aluminum case to carry to LAN parties, this
is not the one for you. But if your goal is to have a rugged sexy
looking gaming PC then the Guardian 921 fits the bill.
are easily accessible via a side panel which includes E-SATA,
Intel HD audio output/input, and two USB connections. NZXT keeps
things cool with three 120 mm fans and allows for plenty of room for
expansion with nine drive bays.
let’s take a closer look at the Guardian 921 and see how this
gaming PC case performs.
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The video card coolers out there
usually look really good, but they’re usually also fairly loud and
they don’t do too good of a job at keeping your card cool really. Yes
they keep the temps below the manufacturers recommendations but
that’s about all they do, and they’re normally loud in the process of
doing so. Some manufacturers have started putting after market
cooling solutions on their cards because they’ve realized that we,
the customers, don’t want a video card that sounds like a small plane
taking off inside of our PC cases. Those types of coolers though are
usually found on special edition cards, or only by certain companies,
not many have really caught on to this yet, and that’s unfortunate
for us, but fortunate for companies like Arctic Cooling who produce
after market VGA coolers.
Yesterday I took a look at a CPU cooler
from Arctic Cooling, the Alpine 11 Pro, today I’ve got the Accelero
L2 Pro VGA cooler for review. I’ve installed it on my ECS
Nvidia GTS250 video card and I can say it does
a better job than the stock cooler and it’s much quieter, but it
takes up three slots because of its height so depending on your setup
you might have an issue with installation.
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