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All Reviews - 95 Results
EVGA Supernova 850G PSU
EVGA 850 P2 - "Platinum Performance" 80 PLUS Platinum certified, with 92% (115VAC) / 94% (220VAC~240VAC) efficiency or higher under typical loads Fan Size / Bearing: 140mm Double Ball Bearing 10 Year Warranty and unparalleled EVGA Customer Support Heavy­ duty protections, including OVP (Over Voltage Protection), UVP (Under Voltage Protection), OCP (Over Current Protection), OPP (Over Power Protection), and SCP (Short Circuit Protection)
Computing
Posted on 23/03/2017 at 08:22pm
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Sade SA 810 Gaming Headset
This is a great headset by Sade. Upon first opening the box you are presented with just the headset wrapped in bubblewrap. This is a bit strange but to be honest - it is actually much better in the fact that you don't have any plastic moulding to dispose of. Just a small bubble wrap bag and the actual box.(which also doesn't have any plastic window). If you recycle when you will be happy about this! The headphones themselves have a piano black appearance. Which looks very nice. It also has a braided type cord, which is always much nicer than plastic coated leads. Half way along the cord is a plastic control box which is nicely designed to be ergonomic and has a headphone volume wheel and a switch to turn off the mic. The switch is made of a blue plastic which I didn't like as it looks and feels cheap. But it seems to do the job so will see how long it lasts. At the end of the cord is a 3. 5mm jack with FOUR poles. This means that it can only be used with a FOUR pole input. If you don't know then four pole inputs are ones that will give sound output as well as input (mobile phones, PS4 controllers to name a few). What I really liked though is that also in the box there is a audio splitter cable, which you plug on the end of the cord (3. 5mm jack) and you can then use these headphones with other devices that have THREE pole plug inputs. (some laptops etc will have separate inputs for mic and headphones - so use the splitter with these devices). Usually headsets don't come with these splitters, you'd have to buy them separately (around £5), so to get one with a headset that costs £20 is a bargain! The headphones themselves are quite comfortable. Although I haven't tested them for hours (present for my nephew) they seemed soft enough for long term use. I plugged them into my camcorder to do a test recording of the mic and the audio came out very nice indeed! I was quite impressed really considering the price! The mic fold up when not in use. Also plugged these into my phone and played some music (rock) and they sounded great. They're not Beats By Dre by any means, but they seemed to handle the guitars, drums and bass like a boss. All in all they seem a little too good to be true so we'll have to see if they stand the test of time. But happy for now at least :) Recommended? - YES!
Gaming Accessories
Posted on 17/03/2017 at 08:14pm
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Razer Nostromo Gaming Pad
16 fully-programmable Hype response gaming buttons are engineered for rapid key actuation and crisp response The Razer Nostromo's all-new configuration software is as easy to use, allowing you to conveniently customize all the buttons with any game command or key binding. Nostromo Gaming Keypad The Razer Nostromo's all-new configuration software is as easy to use, allowing you to conveniently customize all the buttons with any game command or key binding Connects to PC with USB 2. 0 port
Computing
Posted on 16/03/2017 at 08:10pm
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Tecknet X600 Keyboard (with Mouse)
Good keyboard. Very lightweight and slimline. If you like touch typing you should like this board. Not clunky like mechanical keyboards. I personally love these type keyboard. The key presses are quiet so not annoying to yourself or anyone else in the room. See video for full looks at it. Recommended? YES!
Computing
Posted on 14/03/2017 at 08:07pm
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Heatguard Thinsulate Thermal Gloves
Nice gloves. Warm and comfortable.
Clothing
Posted on 11/03/2017 at 10:16pm
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Afunta 7 Inch TFT Color LCD Monitor
Great for mounting in your car as a reverse monitor. But I wanted this as a camera monitor on my camera rig. This it was not suited for. The quality just isn't good enough. Mind you it isn't a HD monitor and so has no HDMI inputs. It only has AV cable inputs so the quality isn't good enough for focusing your image. But, as a car reverse screen it will do the job well. It has colour picture and so it is easy to discern what object you're about to reverse into. Lol There is a mounting stand for easily mounting to your dashboard. The are two options here - either by screwing it down through the four holes on the stand base (screws not provided). Or sticking it down with the provided double sided sticky pad. There are two power cables which I guess you would wire into your radio power cables. There are also two AV In cables so you could input a reverse camera and perhaps a DVD unit. This unit is also suitable as a headrest monitor for the kids as it comes with a frame to mount to the back of your headrest. The monitor will clip easily in and out of the frame. All in all for the price it is a good piece of kit. Just not fit for camera rigs :)
Photography / Videography
Posted on 06/03/2017 at 10:05pm
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Expro External 7600mah Battery Pack (with Nikon Adapter)
Ex-Pro® On-The-Move series has been developed exclusively for Ex-Pro to provide external On the Move power to DSLR's on the move using the traditional coupler based system previously used only for Mains power, simply connect the power coupler, connect to the external battery pack and power up your camera. External battery holster pack and power up (7600mAh - the equivalent power to over 4 original EN-EL15 Nikon Batteries!). Camera will power using the external Power pack and function as if it were connected to the mains coupler system. Switch out battery packs in seconds on the move, simply connect the coupler to the next battery pack and the external pack will jump into life. Use with our other couplers for different DSLR cameras (The battery pack is suitable for all our models). Couplers & Batteries are sold as kit (Battery & Coupler), Coupler only or Battery Pack only. This enables you to build your own requirements. Battery pack comes with a high quality holster to connect to your belt or Kit back, easily look with additional press stud protection to prevent the unit coming off. Battery pack charges via Micro USB using any USB charger over 1Amp, higher rated USB chargers will charge the pack slightly faster. The battery pack also has a handy 5v 1A standard USB output to charge mobile devices on the move up to 1A. 1 Year Ex-Pro Warranty - does not cover wear or tear/damage in use. Ex-Pro Eco pack, where possible we will be shipping as many of our traditional retail packs/boxes in easy-open eco-friendly re-usable packaging to reduce waste, this keeps our pricing low and reduces our carbon footprint (and of course yours too). These units are poly-packed.
Phones and Tablets
Posted on 03/03/2017 at 10:02pm
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Sandisk Flair Ultra 32gb Thumb Drive
SanDisk Ultra Flair 32 GB up to 150 MB/s Read USB 3. 0 Flash Drive - Grey, Black. UPDATE 31 AUG 2018: Still going strong and using it all the time :)
Computing
Posted on 03/03/2017 at 09:57pm
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Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury Gaming Mouse
Check out the video.
Computing
Posted on 04/01/2017 at 09:54pm
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AGPtek HD Video Game Capture (VG0025)
Headphone splitter cable link US: Here Headphone splitter cable link UK: Here NOTE 1: For PS4 users - before plugging this device in you must go into your PS4 Settings-System- 'Enable HDMI Device Link' = Tick box, 'Enable HDCP' = Untick box. If you don't do this first then you wont get any picture through the device. You must switch these settings back once you disconnect the capture card if you want to use Netflix, Amazon Prime Video etc. Sorry I can't help you with Xbox set up as I don't have access to one to try. NOTE 2: Due to the fact there are separate jacks for 'headphones' and 'mic', if your headset has only ONE 3. 5mm jack on the end of it's lead, in order to record audio from your headset you will need a splitter cable adapter. These are on Amazon for around £5. This is explained more in my video. I ordered this for my nephew as he has decided to make youtube videos. I needed something simple to use and cost effective (as my sister was paying for it). So picked this one. This came in a nice box with the usual documentation. It also came with a small remote control which is a great feature as you wont have to keep getting up or reaching the device to star or stop recording. On the control you can also set the video quality (1080p/720p) but there is no feedback to whether it has changed. But I found it worked every time but it would've been nice to have had some sort of light flash or something to know it worked. On the remote you can also change the input type from HDMI, composite, and component cable. You can also take a screenshot with a press of a button! So it was really simple to set this up. Plug a HDMI cable (not included) into your game console, plug other end into capture cards 'IN' slot. Then plug another HDMI into the cards 'OUT' slot and then into your TV. So on the front of the device itself there are two HDMI ports (IN and OUT), two 3. 5mm jacks (HEADPHONES and MIC) and an AV port (for component cable (included) for use with PS3 Xbox Original and Nintendo WII etc). On the one side there is a MINI USB port for use with the power cable (included with power adapter) and also used to plug into PC. The other side has a USB port for using with a USB pen drive to record your videos on, and also a SD Card slot for the same purpose. On the top there is the record button. This button seems more of a plastic tab than a button and has no label on it. Strange! The device itself feels light and a little 'cheap'. But don't let this put you off as it works very well. So when your ready to record just hit the little plastic tab at the top of the device or the record button on the remote. Note there is a 5 second delay before it actually starts to capture, so once you hit record count to five before starting your action. Note though that you won't be able to hear your voice through the device while recording. You just have to have faith that it is being recorded. The result of the recordings are great! HD quality with great audio. Personally I would record my voice on my phone by plugging my headset to my phone and using a voice recorder app (for Android I use 'HD Audio Recorder Pro' (it's free) and so long as you press the 'PCM' button at the bottom, it is great quality). This way you can put them together in a video editor (I use Vegas Movie Studio Platinum 13 (around £35 on Amazon)) and adjust the audio levels to get the right mix. So all in all I am very impressed with this device. I have a Hauppauge PVR Rocket Capture device which cost a lot more than this and is basically the same in recording quality so I am disappointed I didn't find this earlier and give it a go :( I would definitely go for this one as the price difference verses the quality difference is not worth the extra money. The only thing the Rocket has over this is design and the fact it comes with a clip on microphone. But then this one has a remote which I think is of more importance as most gamers already have a mic or headset to use. Oh and there is the ability to adjust the mic volume on the Rocket. But tbh you still can't hear your voice while recording so you never really sure how loud it is. Recommended? - YES!!
Gaming Accessories
Posted on 02/01/2017 at 09:52pm
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