ASUS launched a new series of gaming headsets called ASUS ROG Strix Go 2.4, Go, and Go Core. All of them share similar audio characteristics and build quality, but differ when it comes to the way they connect to your PC or device. During the last few weeks, we've had the pleasure of using and testing the ASUS ROG Strix Go and Go Core headsets. Did you hear whispers about them on the internet? Are you curious to learn more about them and find out which one you should buy? Read our review and see what these gaming headsets have to offer:
There are people who own great headphones that don't have a built-in microphone. Others have excellent gaming headsets, but their built-in microphones just broke. What can you do in such a situation? The answer is to look for a good headset microphone that can attach to any type of headphones. If you can find a wireless one, that's even better. That's exactly what Antlion Audio aims to offer with its ModMic Wireless microphone. We received it for testing, and we've used it thoroughly for the last couple of days. Read this review and see whether it is a good option for you:
The market is full of great graphics cards these days, both for high-end gaming and lesser uses. Although every gamer desires the best GPU he or she can get, many of us have budgets that limit our buying choices to mid-range or affordable solutions. If your budget lets you opt for a mid-range graphics card, and what you're looking for is something that can handle top-notch 1080p gaming, then PowerColor has something for you: the PowerColor Radeon RX 5600 XT Red Devil.
This summer, ASUS launched a series of new devices designed to offer or improve the audio quality of voice communications. The devices we're talking about use AI (Artificial Intelligence) to remove unwanted noise seamlessly, without requiring any software or additional setup from the user, which sounds great. :) One of the most exciting devices of this kind is the ASUS AI Noise-Canceling Mic Adapter. After checking and testing what it does and how well it works, we have some interesting conclusions.
Trust is a computer electronics company from the Netherlands that's well-known for manufacturing devices with an excellent price-performance ratio. One of the areas in which they are active is computer microphones, and the latest such product in their portfolio is the new Trust GXT 258 Fyru. Advertised as being a USB 4-in-1 multipurpose microphone, the Fyru sounds like a great choice for home recording. We've had the pleasure of testing and using for about a week, and now we'd like to tell you more about it.
Sonos is one of the most popular brands in the world of wireless speakers. That's because they offer excellent audio quality and can work together to fill your entire house with music, using easy to set up wireless connections between them. If you're looking for a way to listen to the same favorite song in your living room, as well as in your kitchen, a mesh of Sonos speakers is probably what you'll want. For the last few weeks, we've tested and used the first Sonos portable speaker, namely the Sonos Move.
Trust is a well-known company in the world of gaming devices and peripherals, and many of their products have accessible prices. Trust GXT 488 Forze PS4 is one such device - a gaming headset that's officially certified for use with PlayStation 4 consoles, sold at an entry-level price. We've tested it, and now we're ready to share with you what we have found out. If you're curious about it and want to know whether the Trust GXT 488 Forze PS4 gaming headset delivers good audio and build quality, read our review:
Have you heard about screensavers? Do you know what they are and what their purpose is? Why do we call them screensavers after all? Do they save our screens? We have done a bit of research and found out that, although popular more than a decade ago, due to changes in monitor technology, the term screen saver has become a misnomer in recent years. Let's see why that happened and also why you might still want to use a screensaver:
Are you working on your computer, and Windows 10 suddenly decides to enable Sticky Keys? Or maybe you're playing your favorite game, and Windows decides to minimize it and ask something about Sticky Keys? Does it do that each time you have to press the SHIFT key repeatedly? Are you wondering what Sticky Keys are and how to turn them off? Or you already know all that, and you've already turned off Sticky Keys, but Windows 10 keeps turning them on each time you start your computer or device? Read this tutorial and find out all the answers you seek:
The quest to find good screensavers seems to be quite daunting these days because either you cannot find something you like or the things you find are full of malware. So, let us show you a different direction, in which we help you create a great screensaver with your own photos. In Windows, it is possible to create an SCR file from images (personalized screensaver) with the help of a free image viewer application named IrfanView. The added bonus of this app is the fact that you can save the slideshow as a standalone screensaver that works even on other computers.