Category - Tech Review

DJI OM 5 Smartphone Gimbal Review

Recently, we got to check out the DJI OM 5 smartphone stabilizer for a brief review period. As you undoubtedly know, the smartphone stabilizer has become such an important tool for content creators out there. Being able to capture stabilized...

DJI Action 2 Camera Review

DJI waited a good long while before releasing the follow up to their popular OSMO Action camera. The new camera, dubbed the DJI Action 2, features a daring new design with all new features and technology. The question remains, however, was it...

Creative Labs Sound Blaster Katana V2...

The Sound BlasterX Katana soundbar was one nice piece of kit for several years, bringing good quality, loud sound to dorm rooms, home offices, and game rooms the world over. Recently, Creative Labs released the next iteration of this low-cost...

Corsair HS80 Wireless RGB Headset Review

Corsair’s new HS80 RGB Wireless gaming headset allows for both wired and wireless audio from a variety of sources. It also comes with built-in DOLBY Atmos! Read on for our full rundown of the new headset: The Corsair HS80 RGB Wireless...

ROCCAT Torch USB Microphone Review

The creator microphone market is packed with options for those people out there making content. In fact, the technology out there can get fairly high-end and complicated based on what your neeeds are and where your content is distributed and...

Review of Immerse Gaming | HIVE By Embody

It’s understandable that gamers want the best audio possible, but high-end headphones can also be very expensive. To give gamers with headphones of all kinds a custom-tuned virtual spatial audio experience, Embody has introduced Immerse...

Roccat Elo X Stereo Gaming Headset Review

The ROCCAT Elo X Stereo is the brand’s newest affordable over-the-ear headset marketed for gamers. The Elo X is the most affordable of the Elo line which includes the X, the Elo 7.1 USB, and finally the Elo 7.1 Air. Today we will be focusing on...

Monster Ultra High-Speed 8K Cobalt HDMI 2.1...

Monster has been making audio visual cables for many years now, and I still remember the salesperson telling me about them back when I first got a flat screen CRT television a looong time ago. I couldn’t appreciate it at the time though...