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Cheap Gaming Mouse with adjustable 2400 DPI and Led Lights Effect

August 30, 2015 10:40 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Most gaming mice are fairly expensive with their price ranging anywhere from $25-$120 and more in some cases. For example the Razer DeathAdder costs around $60 and to be honest, it doesn’t really look that great. The Asian tech guys however have built a cool looking gaming mouse that only costs $8.99 and has a rad glow in the dark effect too. Best gaming mouse for the price With a perfect balance of height, width and weight, this gaming mouse allows your hand to simply rest on it as you play, eliminating the annoying feeling of tension in your arm... View Article

8GB Mini USB Flash Drive Tiny Concealable Pendrive

August 30, 2015 9:08 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Sometimes smaller can be better. This becomes obviously apparent when you look at this smallest available USB flash drive. Sure, a micro SD card can still beat it when compared in physical size, but if you are after a tiny USB pendrive, this is as small as it gets! Mini USB flash drive It’s almost the same size as its male USB connector, but it still manages to store up to 8GB of data. 8GB might not seem like much given the fact that we have a 1TB USB flash drive readily available, but it costs over $700 so thanks,... View Article

Super Nintendo USB Controller for your PC or Laptop

August 1, 2015 12:01 am Published by 1 Comment

If you’re an old school gamer like me, you’ve no doubt played on the classic Super Nintendo console when you were younger. Fast forward a decade and we find ourselves in a situation where the console is so old and obsolete that we can’t even use it without buying a converter cable for the TV. Not only that, but all the SNES games are now freely available for anyone to download and play using an emulator. No matter how you play your favorite old school games, it’s just not the same when you’re using a generic boring PC controller, is... View Article

Travel in style with the worlds smallest Bluetooth headset device – YE-106S review

March 17, 2015 3:22 pm Published by 2 Comments

Whether you’re driving a car or riding a bike, this stylish and extra small headset will come in handy when someone calls you. Just push the button on the side once to answer a call, or two times to dial the last caller. You can even use it to listen your favorite songs or if your phone has an app for it- use voice commands to browse the web, read email and do all sorts of cool stuff. The battery will last about 4 hours of constant use if you’re listening to music, but when it just sits idle and... View Article

The Alfa Network’s AWUS036H is a long range wifi wireless adapter compatible with USB 2.0 and Windows 7

February 3, 2015 7:13 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

AWUS036H overview AWUS036NH is the IEEE 802.11b/g/n Wireless USB adapter provides users to launch IEEE 802.11b/g/n wireless network at 150 Mbps in the 2.4GHz band, which is also compatible with IEEE 802.11b/g wireless devices at 54 Mbps. You can configure AWUS036NH with ad-hoc mode to connect to other 2.4GHz wireless computers, or with Infrastructure mode to connect to a wireless AP or router for accessing to Internet. It really is Long Range! Since my man cave is located quite far from our router I had to constantly struggle with the internet connection timing out and ruining my work because apparently... View Article

Rechargeable battery USB charger for Ni-MH rechargeable batteries

February 3, 2015 5:47 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Out of batteries… again Almost every cheap computer mouse uses batteries for power and if you are using one every day then you have probably been in a situation where the batteries suddenly die and you realize you don’t have any new ones to spare. Suppose it’s after hours too and all the local stores are closed. Get Ni-MH Nope. The only sensible way to keep your mouse powered up at all times is to get two sets of Ni-MH rechargeable batteries– one set for working, the other for charging (and then switch between those). They have become so cheap... View Article

How I fixed a Samsung I9100 Galaxy S II that was not charging any more for just $2.66

December 5, 2014 12:55 am Published by 1 Comment

One day my sister came to me and said that her phone, the Samsung Galaxy S II, could no longer be charged. Something was apparently wrong with the charger port because when I held the cable at a right angle the phone lit up for a brief moment. Because the warranty was still valid I suggested my father to take the phone to the local shop where the phone was purchased and have them fix it… and this is where things got really stupid! First he had to pay 20EUR in order to have them look at the phone. I... View Article

Pendrive with very fast transfer speed and still affordable (ReadyBoost compatible)

April 1, 2014 11:12 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The Verbatim Store’n’ GO Memory Drive I just love small and compact technology and about a year ago I was in need of a new and fast flash drive for personal use. After a few hours of searching online I found that this fairly new Verbatim 32GB flash drive is exactly that. It’s incredibly small in size! Just look at the picture I took when I compared it to a cigarette:   It might not look like much but this little baby holds 32gb of data, has USB 3.0 support and the average transfer speeds are as follows: Write speed... View Article