New Google Hardware Makes a Splash this Season
Dec15

New Google Hardware Makes a Splash this Season

Google’ New Assistant CEO Sundar Pichai kicked off the new Google hardware launch with the promise of a Google Assistant that can handle a two-way conversation and which would become a unique Google Assistant for each user. He promoted the Google Assistant’s AI interface as the current big shift in technology, equal to the PC of the 1980’s, the introduction of the web in the 90’s, and the Mobile computing breakthrough in the mid...

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Powerbeats 2 Wireless Headset Review
Sep08

Powerbeats 2 Wireless Headset Review

Beats has excellent name recognition, and with LeBron James’ memorable television ad, the Powerbeats2 wireless headset is fairly well-known. They are promoted as a device for sports enthusiasts and gym rats. They are perfect for anyone who wants to listen to music while moving around. The IPX4 is sweat and water resistance and secure fit which will get you through a heavy workout. The Powerbeats 2 come in eight colors; all red, all...

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First Looks: The Razer HDK2 Virtual Reality
Jul25

First Looks: The Razer HDK2 Virtual Reality

AT E3 this year, Razer announced an impressive new version of their HDK called Razer HDK2. While HDK stands for Hacker Development Kit, Razer is clearly targeting more than the hacker and development communities. With virtual reality at the forefront this year, it is not surprising to see gamers and others becoming more and more excited about virtual reality. Many of these early-adapters are stymied by the closed-systems used by...

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Samsung Gear VR: Virtual Reality for the Average Consumer
May03

Samsung Gear VR: Virtual Reality for the Average Consumer

After years of prototypes and last year’s first stab, the Samsung and Oculus partnership has produced the first-ever consumer-ready version of the Gear VR headset. It is smaller, lighter, and at $99, quite a bit cheaper, than previous versions. The Samsung Gear VR offers a totally new incredible experience of movies that can be watched and games that can be played while you are immersed in the 360 degree atmosphere. The Gear VR is not...

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Plantronics Voyager Focus Headset Review
Mar11

Plantronics Voyager Focus Headset Review

The high tech world keeps moving forward. While there have been no huge breakthroughs in the world of headsets, they keep getting incrementally better as shown by the Plantronics Voyager Focus UC B825. In fact, although there may be only minor changes and additions to the specifications of these types of headsets, in the Focus, they add up to a very nice overall package. The Plantronics Voyager Focus headset is really aimed at the...

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Epson ET-4550 Gives You Ink For Years
Nov29

Epson ET-4550 Gives You Ink For Years

We review the Epson ET-4550, which comes with enough ink to last the average consumer two years and has refillable cartridges. Check it out!

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Evoluent Vertical Mouse Review
Oct08

Evoluent Vertical Mouse Review

We review the Evoluent Vertical Mouse, now in its fourth generation. Does the design allow for great productivity while reducing discomfort, as promised? Let’s check it out!

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Epson 4630 Review
Sep14

Epson 4630 Review

Hardware Secrets reviews the Epson Workforce 4630 home printer.

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CM Storm Havoc Mouse Review
Aug23

CM Storm Havoc Mouse Review

The line of gaming-grade mice from the company gets bigger with a medium-sized model that features eight programmable buttons and 8,200 dpi of resolution. Check out our review.

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CM Storm QuickFire Stealth Keyboard Review
Aug14

CM Storm QuickFire Stealth Keyboard Review

The company releases a compact gaming keyboard with subtle key markings that give it a “stealthy”, almost completely black, look. Read our test.

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