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Review: Logitech G610 Orion Blue Gaming Keyboard

Simple and elegant. These are probably the two best words to describe the Logitech G610 Orion Gaming Keyboard. It comes with two variants, one with Cherry MX Brown and Cherry MX Blue switches. Today we review the G610 Orion Blue, which as the name suggests, has the Blue Cherry MX Switch. It features the characteristic tactile bump, which lets you know that the key has been pressed. You need to apply a bit of pressure for that to happen, meaning that it can greatly reduce errors you might make while typing as lightly grazing over the key will not register as a keystroke. The keys also make a very satisfying clicking sound as your press them, which some groups might consider as music to their ears. Theoretically, it’s the ideal keyboard for people with intense typing work. Talking abou...

Review: Logitech G102 Prodigy Gaming Mouse

A successor to the G100s, the Logitech G102 follows the classic G1 series design, though it comes with some handy perks and customizations. Not only is there a performance improvement, but Logitech has also made sure that their entry level gaming mouse is jazzed up in terms of looks as well. The design of the mouse, though symmetrical in appearance can’t exactly be called ambidextrous as it features the side buttons on the left side of the mouse. It looks simple and is relatively low, designed for users with small to medium sized hands. The Logitech G102 Prodigy comes in two colours: black and white. Both come in a delicate matte finish, though it still feels very smooth while holding. The side buttons and the DPI shift button on the top have a glossy texture and feel much lighter. T...

Review: MSI VR ONE Backpack PC

VR is one of the biggest trends right now, and with great virtual reality, comes a greater wired connection. Fortunately, we are there’s an emerging tech that aims to take care of these issues and make VR a less limited medium – VR backpack PCs. Today, we review one of the first such systems available for the enthusiasts, the MSI VR ONE. Let’s take a look at the specs. The highly portable backpack comes with an i7-6820HK processor and a GTX 1070 8GB graphics card. It has up to 32GB DDR4 RAM and a 512 GB SSD. With its light weight, shape and form factor, it seems much akin to a gaming laptop, but the lack of a display unit, trackpad and keyboard means that it’s much closer to a desktop PC. It has two batteries which claim to give more than 1.5 hours of continuous VR ...

Western Digital My Passport Portable Review

These days people like to carry their data around with them. Whether you are going on a vacation or a business trip, you would like to have easy access to your data, presentations, movies, music etc. And over the years, carrying data has become much easier. One can carry about thousands of gigabytes of data in their pocket. And realistically speaking, how what more could one want than 2-3 TB of storage? Here is where WD kicks it up a notch. They’ve introduced a new line of hard-drives, namely the My Passport Portable Drive which are not only colorful but kinda stylish as well. The new drive has an interesting design compared to its previous models. It really doesn’t look too much like the passport book, with its new squarish look and sharp edges. It is designed with a gradient ...

Best Gaming Laptops Under Rs. 50,000 In India

It’s hard to believe how technology has evolved over the years. I can still remember the first time I saw a laptop, it was one of those black IBM laptops with the red button in the middle of the keyboard with which you controlled the mouse. I think that was around 1998-2000 sometime when my mum brought one of those ancient things from work and back then it was probably one of the best pieces of machinery you could get your hands on. Fast forward about 15 years and here we are now, concepts like VR are on the verge of becoming mainstream, 3D printers already finding it’s place in office spaces and Donald Trump being elected as the 45th President of America, it’s hard to believe how so much has changed in so little time. Now days what you can do on laptops people might not ...

Review: ZOTAC GTX 1050 Ti 4 GB Graphics Card

With budget graphic cards making a huge entrance this year, 2016 is the best time to get into PC gaming. After the GTX 1060, NVIDIA has recently released the cheapest of their GPUs, just a little above the 100 USD price point. The GTX 1050 and 1050 Ti seem to be a direct response to AMD’s RX 460 graphics card, aimed to be the entry level GPU for high quality gaming. Let’s start with the specs. Boost Clock 1417 MHz Base Clock 1303 MHz Memory Size 4 GB DDR5 Memory Clock 7008 MHz Memory Interface 128-bit No. of fans 1 x 90 mm Length 144.77 mm RGB Lighting No Power 75 W (PCIe Bus Only) Display Outputs DisplayPort 1.4 HDMI 2.0b DL-DVI The ZOTAC GTX 1050 Ti is about 144.8 mm in length and comes with a single 90 mm fan. One interesting thing about the card is that it doesn’t com...

Review: MSI GT72 VR 6RE Dominator Pro Gaming Laptop

MSI GT72VR 6RE Dominator Pro | Gadget Review | Gaming Central

Review: Thermaltake Core X31 Mid-Tower Chassis

The Core series has brought success to Thermaltake in the mainstream market, and they seem to be on a roll with no plans of stopping in the near future. With amazing features neatly packed into a tidy, compact case, the Core X31 adds a valuable member to the series. The X31 comes in a black color with a rectangular form factor of 497 x 250 x 511 mm. It has a large transparent window on one side which offers a complete and clear view of the inside of the case. The front panel offers 2 USB 2.0 ports, 2 USB 3.0 ports and a port for HD audio and mic. The cooling is provided by two 120 mm fans which can spin at about 1000 RPM and can be replaced with custom fans of preference. The front of the chassis offers room for a pair of 120 mm fans, or a pair of 140 mm fans. The front of the case is a me...

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