Category - Reviews

Crysis Review

EA's Crysis is an excellent first person shooter that gives the player many ways to deal with the same situation. In addition, the game manages a very 'cinematic' quality, somewhat like playing an action/sci-fi flick, which makes it very...

SanDisk Cruzer Contour – Review

The SanDisk Cruzer Contour brings the latest in USB flash drive technology home. It's sleek metallic frame, and switchblade-like opening mechanism embody the recent trend in making personal tech stylish without sacrificing performance.

SanDisk – Sansa TakeTV Player Review

The SanDisk Sansa TakeTV Player is exactly what it is advertised to be: A fully functional USB flash drive that can play media files (DivX and Xvid) on your big-screen television. For what it purports to be, it functions beautifully. For those...

Razer Tarantula Gaming Keyboard Review

The Razer TarantulaTM gaming keyboard has something for everyone. With a 1000Hz polling rate and 10 key depression anti-ghosting capabilities, it provides an exceptional edge in a product area that many manufacturers overlook.

Razer Diamondback 3G Gaming Mouse Review

The Razer Diamondback 3G is a fine gaming mouse at the $50 dollar price point. With the 3G IR sensor from it's big brother, the Death Adder, it provides smooth sensitivity during gaming and doesnt overwhelm you while using desktop applications.

Hellgate: London Review

Hellgate: London would be a highly-recommended and fun game if it were not for the tremendous number of bugs plaguing it currently. This sucker needed a few more months in the oven before serving.

Razer Lachesis Gaming Mouse Review

The Razer Lachesis Gaming Mouse is an excellent contender for the 'best gaming mouse in history'. Its high 4000dpi resolution coupled with 1000Hz ultrapolling brings serious control to the gaming battlefield moreso than anything used before.