Roccat Horde Aimo Review

A hybrid of a mechanical and membrane keyboard is not an easy thing to come by and some might say why bother when there are so many perfect offerings on the mechanical and the membrane front? Where would we be if we didn’t try? Perhaps Roccat has spotted a window to excel in, or at least become note worthy.   Roccat has put together an exceptionally good-looking gaming keyboard that will intrigue the skeptical and increasingly brand loyal gaming community. Roccat is one company that is determined to make it…

BenQ BL2480 review

Benq BL2480 looks good from the outset. We have 1920 x 1080 native resolution, Full HD with IPS technology, a brightness of 250 cd/m², 178° Viewing angle, built-in speakers a VESA mounting and is Energy Star certified. This seems likes a price-conscious Black beauty, if it was not for the response time of 5ms then we would be on the home straight. BenQ is more frequently using the borderless approach for the monitors. It’s a lovely design if it wasn’t for the 3-4mms of black edging around the panel itself.…

Oittm Charger Stand for AirPods Charging Case

Anyone with a pair of Airpods is probably going to want an elegant charging solution. Something that sits tidily on a desk and blends in with the good-looking Apple aesthetic. Oittm have manage to blend their charging case into the feel of an Apple product whilst managing to keep itself unique and different. The design features a shiny, white plastic surface with a grey tone to mix it up. Subtle yet elegant. A bulbous base adds a larger footprint and whilst this isn’t unwelcome it does occupy a much large amount of space…

DBpower RD810 LED Portable Projector Review

Years ago it was inconceivable that a projector could be purchased for less than £500. Then projectors suddenly became a pretty trendy optional extra. Add-ons for phones, built into tablets, projectors were happening. Or at least the manufacturing costs were dropping and there trashy big screen imagery could be gotten for so little. DBPower have been plopping out several super budget-friendly projectors over the last few years and the RD810 is another, neatly priced, smallish offering that might be useful one day. Looking around the unit, everything seems tidy. The front…

BenQ BL2706HT FHD IPS Display review

I have been using the BenQ BL2706HT over the last number of weeks and to be honest I didn’t expect too much when I first laid eyes on it. An IPS display that costs roughly £190 on Amazon. During the unboxing video, I felt that the frameless design was a little bit of a cheat has the box bragged the screen had edge to edge technology, however, there was a noticeable one-centimetre gap between the edge of the panel and the edge of the screen’s architecture. That said having plugged…

Adonit Pro 3 Precision Disc Stylus Review

The phone, tablet and touchscreen computer have all been optimised for our fingers over the last 10 years. Gone are the resistive screens that made a stylus and a necessity. Today, there doesn’t seem to be much need for a  stylus. Reserved mainly for graphic designers the Stylus really only seems to exists on eBay or Poundland for those who might not find finger-friendly touchscreens particularly easy to use. There are still a number of people out there who do enjoy using a stylus it has its benefits. A little…

Roccat Khan Aimo review

Roccat has released the Khan Aimo, their high-end RGB gaming headset that syncs in with their synchronised lighting system. Combined with a mouse and keyboard you will have a colour coordinated disco of colour at a LAN party, or Esports outing and what a treat it is. Much like the Roccat Khan Pro, we looked at some weeks ago, these feature Hi-Res music that promises to be much more than typical CD quality music, however, having a 24-bit 96KHz audio source is needed to attain this. To get the most…

Choetech Fast Wireless Charging Stand review

There’s a lot to factor in when coming to reviewing a wireless charging solution. Whilst it’s the most convenient way to charge your device there might be a few things to consider when picking one up. Choetech has launched their fast charging wireless stand that features 10w wireless charging. Compatible with all Qi devices. Choetech appears to be listening to what people want from their chargers as they don’t ask the Earth when pricing and deliver a simple solution with a couple of frills to set them apart from the rest.…

BenQ W1210ST Full HD DLP Short-Throw Projector Review

What’s better than watching Rogue One on your big screen tv? Watching Rogue One on a screen the size of a wall! Lately, I’ve been playing around with the £899 snappily titled BenQ W1210ST 1080p Video Gaming CineHome projector and [SPOILER ALERT] it’s a bit of a corker. It’s a beefy unit, but if you are thinking of toting it around, fear not, it comes with its own rather natty little carry bag. Setting it up is an absolute doddle, the hardest part if finding a big enough wall to…

Sennheiser CX 6.00 Review

The sun rises in the East, Tuesday follows Monday, death, and taxes, some things are just a given. Like when you receive a new set of Sennheiser headphones, you know they are going to sound great. Lately, I’ve been playing around with the Sennheiser CX 6.00 BT in-ear wireless headphones and they have, rather predictably, followed the trend. Two things I notice straight from the box – 1) how ridiculously lightweight they are and 2) just how they good they sounded without any burn-in time. Despite weighing in at a…