I’ve never bought in to the idea that you need to spend an awful lot of money to get a usable experience with a mouse. Not to say that the uber-expensive offerings from Logitech or Corsair aren’t good products, they just don’t offer the best bang for the buck.
My preference has always been to spend less than £20 on a mouse, something I’ve managed to achieve with room to spare with the Redragon Gainer M610 mouse.
Continue reading Review: Redragon Gainer M610 Mouse
I recently switched to a Macbook Pro as my daily driver laptop, with one of the compromises made being that it only has USB type C ports on the side. This is incredibly annoying given all I have to carry around; a mouse, USB storage, SD cards, the list goes on.
So, I was in the market for a cheap and easy USB C Hub, and Inateck kindly provided for the purpose of this review.
Continue reading Review: Inateck USB C Hub and OTG Adapter
Stage lighting can run into pretty high expense for those who own a lot of it. Clubs, live music venues and independent DJs all run into significant cost buying equipment that looks more professional than something you’d buy for your teenage daughters slumber party. Continue reading Review: HiBeam K800 Stage Lighting Laser