Review of the Gigabyte AORUS AD27QD Gaming Monitor

Earlier this month, Gigabyte launched their first gaming monitor into the market. It is the first time ever that Gigabyte has ventured into the gaming display market, and of course, it would be natural for us to be curious of…

Review of the Google Pixel 3

When the Google Pixel 3 was launched, everyone’s attention was on the new Pixel 3 XL, leaving the smaller variant Pixel 3 neglected. Similar to the Pixel 3 XL, the Pixel 3 aims to provide the kind of “Google Experience”…

Pixel 3’s Night Sight tested (steady hands not guaranteed)

A month into the release of the Pixel 3, the highly anticipated “Night Sight” feature dropped in through an update. This feature caught headlines due to Google’s fascinating implementation as covered previously. But how does it perform in practice in…

Travelling kept simple with the Pixel 3

After letting the Pixel 3 XL’s mature for several months, the majority of its bugs disappeared and it comfortably became my daily driver. But how does it perform when it came to travelling overseas? On top of not getting lost and…

Review of the Cooler Master MH703 Gaming Earbuds

Introduction With the growing demand for gaming oriented peripherals in the market, Cooler Master has been constantly innovating and pushing new products out. Other than their usual focus on DIY PC products such as computer cases, fans and CPU Coolers,…

Cooler Master MH751 and MH752 review – Affordably good

Cooler Master recently announced the release of the MH751 and MH752 (not to be confused with Malaysia Airlines flight numbers) back in April, and showcased it in Computex 2018. Priced at S$119 and S$139 respectively, these headsets are positioned to be an…

Review of the ASUS ROG STRIX Z390-I GAMING Motherboard

Mini-ITX motherboards have always been an interest for PC enthusiasts. These small form factor components have always opened up opportunities to PC builders who wants a powerful system, without the additional bulk. Unlike the past, where Mini-ITX systems only served…

Fitbit Charge 3 review – A welcomed improvement

Fitbit is one of the largest and most prominent mainstream fitness tracker manufacturer in the market to date. Just recently, they opened the floodgates in Singapore to their 3rd edition of their Charge series – the Charge 3. It is time…

Lenovo Legion Y530 Gaming Laptop Review
What comes to your mind when you think of gaming laptops? Many will have the impression that these computing machines will be bulky, heavy, flashy, and expensive. While many companies are trying to change that, they usually fall short in…
Review of the ASUS TUF Gaming FX504 Laptop

Just about 7 months ago, we were introduced with the ASUS TUF Gaming FX504 laptop. Just purely on the specifications and design, the propositions of the series of gaming laptops were great. It’s an affordable option for gamers who play…

Review of the ROG STRIX FUSION Wireless Gaming Headset

Wireless gaming products are almost non-existent. This is because gamers always seek for near zero-latency experiences. Wireless transmission does give the impression of poor quality and delayed signals, even though wireless products brings about many practical benefits. Typically for console…

Tetris Effect review – Trippy goodness

Every gamer would definitely have tried out Tetris in their early gaming days. Some might have even played it a little too much. Hilariously enough, the game’s director Takashi Ishihara decided to name it after Tetris Effect. This name originally stems from gamers…

Review of the Gigabyte AORUS RGB 3200MHz Memory Kit

As DRAM production increases in the recent months, we’ve seen a steady decrease in volatile memory products in the consumer PC space. The mainstream DDR4 memory DIMMs for desktop computers aren’t as expensive as they used to be a year…

State of Decay 2’s Daybreak Pack adds a quick horde mode for your zombie-killing needs

Back in our original review of the State of Decay 2, we talked about how the it was definitely an improvement over its predecessors. Although somewhat overhyped about its massive multiplayer aspect, it still provided us with an enjoyable experience.…

Huawei Mate 20 X and Watch GT goes on sale in 2 weeks!
Mate 20 X - Phablet-class entertainment Products go wherever there is sufficient demand, and the Mate 20 X is no exception. Seeing the demand for this device, Huawei reversed the decision to not launch it in Singapore. It is no…