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Tecknet Delteck DS2600 - Gaming Mouse
A very nice and well built mouse. This offering from Tecknet is yet another reason I'm getting to like the company more and more. With it's quality feel, this budget gaming mouse is definitely a nudge above it's competitors with both style and feel, and will definitely please the casual PC or laptop user. With no software to install, this plug and play mouse will be roaring around your mat in no time. With five levels of DPI (800/1200/1600/2000/2400DPI) it offers a diverse range of usage. And will hopefully please a wide range of users. From the lower end 800dpi, it can be used nicely for intricate works, like an image editor or 3D design software. Then you can bump it up a notch for the 1200dpi, probably best for normal usage. Then for the heavy gamers who want fast reaction time during a hardcore FPS session, you can take full advantage of the 1600 - 2400dpi range. Unfortunately though, there is a downside. The thumb buttons. Although nicely positioned, have only one function, and cannot be programmed. This may be fine for some people, but with the functions being so scarcely needed, very few will find them an advantage. That said, please note, I am not a gamer, so I have no idea how useful Ctrl, Alt, and Shift are in-game, but there they are anyway, right at your thumb tip. Underneath we find a switch with three settings. OFF/ ON/ and ON with lights. This allows users to decide whether or not they want the mouse to illuminate all the time, draining precious battery power, or just have the lights switched off, all the while having the mouse otherwise fully functional. This allows users to save battery power if the lights aren't that important to you. Although I do notice that even on this setting, the scroll wheel seems to illuminate almost every time i move the mouse. Or pretty much anyway. All in all I think this is a very good mouse. The feel, the weight and the overall look of it is well achieved. It's a shame the thumb buttons couldn't of been better thought out as this lets the mouse down. Except for maybe a very small market of people, who like this button/function choice, and have no desire to change it, I feel if Tecknet had software available for this mouse, then that would allow the user to customize it, and make it a much better experience overall.
Computing
Posted on 25/12/2015 at 10:00pm
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Silicon Power SSD 120GB
A good, cost effective SSD. I use this for storing GTA 5 (PC) files on it downloaded from Steam. This way they have their own drive and I have plenty of room for Mods on here too. The game alone takes up around 70GB (at time of writing) The SSD is quick enough for GTA to run at full settings without issues. See the video for a better look. But I would recommend a few of these drives as they are handy, cheap to buy and seem to hold up well in tough environments (HD game usage).
Computing
Posted on 24/12/2015 at 09:55pm
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Rode PSA-1 Microphone Suspension Arm
The Rode PSA1 is a sturdy and trustworthy piece of kit. Made mostly of solid steal it will hold your condenser mike with no worries of it struggling with it's weight at all. In the box, along with the arm itself, you get two mounts and a mic suspension adapter. There are also two Velcro cable ties to keep your lead held in place. The two mount types allow you to decide whether or not you want to make a hole in your desk, or just clamp it to the back edge. Once fitted it will first want to pull itself upwards. That is fine. Once you put your microphone on the end it will counter weight the force and balance out perfectly. You are then free to put it in any position you like and it will stay right there, no arguments. In conclusion, a bit pricey, but, you certainly get a good, quality item, from a good quality company!
Musical Instruments
Posted on 24/12/2015 at 09:42pm
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Blackberry Priv
I have had numerous Blackberry phones over the years and have always favored them. I even bought the BB Passport. But as needs must I had to get rid of it due the the lack of useful apps. I use mobile banking all the time but my bank only has an app for Android and iOS. So I had to go back to my Android Samsung Galaxy Note 3. That was until Blackberry finally released an Android phone - enter the Blackberry Priv! Modern and innovative design with large curved 5. 4 inch Full Touch Screen and Touch Sensitive removable QWERTY keyboard for a better use experience Operating System Android 5. 1. 1 with Blackberry that provides innovative features for customization experience top of range such as BlackBerry Hub, BBM, BBM 3410 mAh high performance battery with quick charge system Incredible 18 MPX for 4 K video recording camera and exclusive 32 GB internal memory with slot for microSD card up to 2 TB 4 G HSPA + and WiFi connectivity 2. 4/5 GHz and Slimport port for media connections.
Phones and Tablets
Posted on 2017-03-16 12:39:55 at 12:39:55
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