It’s no surprise that Turtle Beach has solidified themselves in the console gaming headset market. These professionals of sound have created selections units for many generations of gaming consoles including the latest ones. We’re fans of their SEVEN line-up, packing functionality and customizability in the form of fashionable ear plates. Many owners of next-gen consoles […]
When Samsung jumped into the smartwatch arena with the lineup of Gear watches, we all knew it was a matter of time before competitors came out with “better” and more unique designs. Motorola jumped into the fray by embracing the Android Wear wearable OS and most importantly departing from the commonly seen square design to give us a smartwatch that was round and looked like a well-crafted timepiece. Did Motorola succeed in creating something you’d want on your wrist or just another toy? Read on and judge for yourself.
What is it?
The PDP Energizer 2X Charging Station for PS4 holds and charges two PlayStation 4 controllers.
What does it do?
The Energizer PS4 charge system eliminates the need to connect controllers to USB console ports. It utilizes a two color system to indicate charging status.
I hate to admit it but I have boxes upon boxes filled with bills and receipts. I have business cards scattered around my desk. I shutter each and every time I have to look for a bill or a receipt. I needed a solution. I needed something to simplify my life. The NeatConnect® is a desk scanner that transforms paper into digital files. You would then be able to either send the files directly to your computer or wirelessly to the Neat Cloud Service. So, could the NeatConnect end up being the solution I was so desperately looking for? Read on to find out!
The G402 Hyperion Fury is Logitech’s latest entry into the world of gaming mice. Its looks are reminiscent of the G502 Proteus Core mouse which was reviewed a few months back HERE. I guess you can consider the G402 a lightweight version of the G502 but don’t count this little guy out. It does have less […]
The ever-evolving mid-tier of the Siberia family has been revisited again to improve upon what we expect to see in the SteelSeries Siberia standard. Continuing with the standard suspension headband design, the SteelSeries Siberia v3 will feature a retractable mic and noise-reducing memory foam ear cushions for providing passive sound isolation around its new […]
The battle for wrist real estate has been interesting and has seen its fair share of innovation and failure. Samsung jumped into the market with both feet by marrying a host of abilities into their first Galaxy Gear device. They crammed a camera and host of ancillary functions that, while impressive, lacked synergy and made […]
Polk, a company with 40 years of experience in the audio business, showed off their latest in gaming headsets at PAX Prime 2014. They had an attention-grabbing set-up for playing Forza and nice display of their headsets in their various available colors. Specifically, PAX-goers got to try out the soon-to-be-released Striker Zx and the now-available […]
Let’s take a short break from Comic Con coverage to look into some gaming tech! At RFMag, we’ve covered a variety of gaming headsets geared towards the casual to professional gamer. They provided a handful of functions while dancing around the practically standard $200 in price. But what about the gamer that would rather do […]
There were many moments of awe during CE Week but when the folks at STM Bags introduced us to the Cable Wrap, we were really intrigued. The STM Bags Cable Wrap is a space saving cable management system that makes packing all your troublesome cables a breeze. I used to loathe having to pack all […]
STM Bags has been around since 1998. I had no idea up until a few weeks ago. I’m ashamed. I’m a bit of a bag-hoarder and I have owned a number of backpacks and messenger bags (much to the chagrin of my wife) ranging from Timbuk2 to Wenger. However, I have never tried STM Bags. […]
Meet the Pocket Tripod. Docks at a consumer electronics show are common as long as it involves a speaker, but this isn’t one of those. It’s kind of funny since CE Week mostly features gadgets and electronics but the item that quickly became one of my favorite gadgets didn’t require power at all. As the name […]