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Logitech Announces G series gaming “instruments”

Logitech Announces G series gaming “instruments”

Logitech has just announced a new series of gaming instruments/peripherals that promise to leverage science in your favor. The whole lot of products feature small but powerful improvements on their previous line of mice and keyboards. Features such as fingerprint resistant surfaces, better polling rates and wireless connections. Four new mice, two new keyboards, and two new [...]

March 20, 2013 Damian Estrada Gadgets, Hardware, Headphones, Keyboards, Mice 0

Computers for the 21st Century: Ultrabook Convertibles

Computers for the 21st Century: Ultrabook Convertibles

This article was authored by a guest writer Jared Jacobs, an employee of Dell. The views he expressed do not directly reflect that of Noble Press, but on the same foot, we do agree with much of what he is saying. Take a seat, kick your feet up, and enjoy a convertible.  When we talk [...]

March 18, 2013 Jared Jacobs Dell, Intel, Laptops 0

Tomb Raider PC Issues: Not So Optimized But Wait! We Can Help!

Tomb Raider PC Issues: Not So Optimized But Wait! We Can Help!

Tomb Raider PC Issues?  As we all may know being the Master Race isn’t easy being a PC gamer’s has its ups and downs. In the case of the new Tomb Raider game there has been a few hiccups that have been giving others including myself some problems. The first problem for me was launching [...]

March 6, 2013 Chris Collazo Games, Graphics Cards, PC 0

Sony’s HMZ-T2 3D Visor Is Highly Ambitious, Poorly Executed [CES 2013]

Sony’s HMZ-T2 3D Visor Is Highly Ambitious, Poorly Executed [CES 2013]

Sony’s got big ideas. They pioneered the Walkman and Discman portable cassette and CD players, respectively. These changed the way people listened to music for decades. More recently, Sony has come up with SimulView, an innovation that has me reeling on the days of split-screen gameplay. However, their premium-grade products do come at a hefty price. [...]

January 16, 2013 James Nauman CES 2013, Hardware, Sony 0

Hands-On With The Razer Sabertooth [CES 2013]

Hands-On With The Razer Sabertooth [CES 2013]

At this year’s CES, I got the hands-on privilege with Razer’s latest in gaming controllers for the PC and Xbox 360, the Razer Sabertooth. At first glance you will notice the controller is modeled after its predecessor, the Razer Onza, Which I currently own. The Sabertooth is most definitely a better built product than the Onza. A hefty amount [...]

January 16, 2013 Chris Collazo CES 2013, Computers, Hardware, Razer 0

Mimobot: Batman The Dark Knight Rises LTD USB Flash Drive by Mimoco

Mimobot: Batman The Dark Knight Rises LTD USB Flash Drive by Mimoco

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January 15, 2013 Justin Pla Hardware, Hardware Review 0

This is my next Monitor: 29″ of Dell [U2913WM]

This is my next Monitor: 29″ of Dell [U2913WM]

I have been on a savage hunt for a new monitor, because sadly my old LG is starting to show its age. I wanted to keep true to that 16:10 aspect ratio. So in this stage of hunting I was very limited. Not many monitors on the market stay true to the ratio. Most displays are of [...]

December 9, 2012 Damian Estrada Dell, Hardware 0

Wicked Audio Deuce Earbuds Review

Wicked Audio Deuce Earbuds Review

“…with the 20 Hz-20,000 Hz the sound quality on the ear buds are AMAZING.” I am one of those people who love to have noise-cancelling headphones so I can escape the world and either play video games or draw. So I went looking for some headphones on the cheap, yet effective side. Now I know [...]

December 4, 2012 Harrison Roig Gadget Review, Gadgets, Hardware 0

Wii U: Review Round-Up

Wii U: Review Round-Up

Wait! Stop! Hold on! Before you rush out and stab someone for a Wii U check out these reviews. After you have been educated on the subject you can decide if the Wii U Gamepad is worth the jail time. Polygon: 6.5/10 “The Wii U’s GamePad allows for the possibility of playing full console games without [...]

November 19, 2012 Damian Estrada Games, Hardware, Hardware Review, Nintendo, Nintendo Wii U 0

Acer’s C7 Chromebook: An Affordable Google Cloud Device

Acer’s C7 Chromebook:  An Affordable Google Cloud Device

Following Samsung, Acer has released their own Chromebook. The Acer C7 will cost $199, making this the most affordable Chromebook on the market. The Acer C7 has a 11.6’’ (1366×768) display screen and supports both VGA and HDMI output. This notebook sits at 1 inch thin, making it slightly thicker than Samsung’s 0.7 inch thin Chromebook. For being remarkably [...]

November 13, 2012 Mchabot Asus, Chrome OS, Computers, Deals, Google, Hardware, Laptops, Lifestyle, Money 0
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