Author: Double-Jump

SDCC 2014: “Halo: The Master Chief Collection” Preview

For those of you that are dying for Halo 5 to come out, Halo: The Master Chief Collection is a heavy helping of Halo to hold off Xbox One owners before they pass out. Halo: The Master Chief Collection packages the four Master Chief-centered Halo games, from the very first, Halo: Combat Evolved, to Halo 4. With E3 in the rear-view mirror, there has been even more details released for the highly anticipated game. RFMag...

SteelSeries Introduces Rival DOTA 2 Gaming Mouse

If you’re a fan of the SteelSeries Rival as we are AND you big into DOTA 2, then SteelSteries has a treat for you. We took the SteelSteries Rival (my current gaming mouse of choice) through its paces with our review and we loved what we saw. Now the SteelSteries Rival DOTA 2 Edition Gaming Mouse will be available for pre-order after the conclusion of The International 4 DOTA 2 Tournament for $69.99. Sure, the attendees of...

Kingston HyperX Brings the FURY and Impact to Your Gaming Rig

In case you missed it, Kingston HyperX released their latest memory line-up called FURY, aiming to keeping your gaming rig enhancements easy and cost-conscience. They showcased the new line-up of memory modules at PAX East this past April, sporting a variety of colors for fitting into any style of internals-exposing modded PC. Also, laptop and small-form factor PC owners were not ignored as small outline memory modules in the form of the HyperX Impact was released just last...

Audio-Technica ATH-CKX7iS In-Ear Headphone Review

At CE Week, we got the chance to look into the Audio-Technica SonicFuel line of headsets. Deeper focus was given to their SonicFuel CKX in-ear headphones: the ATH-CKX5iS, the ATH-CKX7iS, and the ATH-CKX9iS. From low-end to high-end, all units are very affordable with the highest end only reaching $99.95 in price. Here, we will dive into the middle model, the ATH-CKX7iS, to get a taste of the quality you should expect from this line-up. Let’s continue on...

CE Week: Audio-Technica SonicFuel Showcase

At CE Week in NYC, Audio-Technica showcased their recently launched SonicFuel line-up of in-ear and over-ear headphones. Audio-Technica has been around for about 50 years, producing a broad range of audio products. There are gamers that rely on the high-end audio presentation found in their ATH-AD700 units, which they used for PC gaming rather than solely for music. But it’s not always high-end pricing for high-end sound. Enter SonicFuel, in-ear and over-ear products coming in...

More than Hot Air: Kicker Vapor Headphone Review

The Kicker brand has been around since 1973, mastering presentation of music in our cars and trucks. Clear and crisp sound with deep and rich bass has been their MO. Now they are “diving” into the home and personal market, bringing their 40+ years of experience with automobile sound systems straight to your homes, and well, your heads. Last month, on May 8th, they announced the launch of several home and personal products, such as...

Samsung Galaxy Tab S Unveiled

Let us take a break from all the E3 excitement to talk about a new product launch! Samsung announced another addition to their always-growing mobile line-up yesterday at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The President and Head of Sales & Marketing for the IT and Mobile Division, DJ Lee, promised that the “relentless innovation will never stop.” He went on to report that Samsung made up 22% of the tablet market last year....

E3 2014: SteelSeries Presents the Sentry Eye Tracker and Stratus XL

Today at E3, gaming peripheral frontrunner SteelSeries announced and showcased their latest in gaming peripherals for the casual and professional caliber of gamers. For the gamer on-the-go that wanted a deeper console gaming feel with their iDevices, they introduced the SteelSeries Stratus XL, a full-sized console-style gaming controller designed for iPad®, iPhone®, and iPod touch®. For the competitor that wants to enhance their visual processing to optimize their in-game reactions, SteelSeries presents the SteelSeries Sentry...

A New Retro Look: HTC One Dot View Case Review

The HTC One M8 has made quite the splash with its release. It took the already respectable hardware of the HTC One (M7) and stretched it farther in every category. Truly a powerful and beautiful device that you just ache to protect. Yet, you don’t want to overshadow the phone’s beauty with a bland case that is not nearly as easy on the eyes. The only recourse is to get a case that protects your...

HTC One M8 Review

By now you must have seen the HTC One M8 commercials with Gary Oldman going “blah blah blah – Just ask the internet”. Well, it’s time for RFMAG to contribute to the internet grab bag of opinions on HTC’s latest flagship phone. They already set the bar in 2013 winning Best Smartphone of the Year at the Mobile World Congress with the HTC One (“M7”). So what did they add to the M8 to push...

A New Hold on Mobile Gaming: Phonejoy Controller Review

Since we first saw Gametel back at CES in 2012, many many companies have played their hands in the saturated market of mobile gaming solutions. NVIDIA launched the NVIDIA Shield – an all-in-one Android gaming device that doubles as a remote PC game streaming solution. Yet more affordable solutions like the MOGA made a big splash in the controllers-that-clamp-your-phone department. Big name gaming peripherals makers also followed suit as they threw their contenders into the...