The ASUS BR1100FK 2-in-1 is intended to provide the functionality of a laptop with the convenience of a tablet. And it kind of does, and kind of doesn’t.
We were supplied with a BR1100FKA-BP0288RA model running an Intel Celeron N4500 CPU with integrated graphics, 4GB of RAM, and a 64GB SSD. The laptop was running Windows 10 Pro Education, being promoted as a BYOD laptop for school use. Continue reading ASUS BR1100FK laptop review
The EPOS H6PRO headset comes in both open and close acoustic configurations. I check them both out.
EPOS continue to launch its range of gaming headsets almost faster than I can review them. This time it’s the H6 Pro. I was sent the open acoustic version of the headset in the blueish Sebring Black colour scheme and the closed acoustic version in Ghost White. They also come in Racing Green. Continue reading EPOS H6PRO open and closed acoustic gaming headset review
Far Cry 6 allows players to join the revolution and take down Gus Fring from Breaking bad.
In tapping actor Giancarlo Esposito to play Yara’s “El Presidente”, Anton Castillo, Ubisoft may have given its Far Cry series the scariest villain yet. And that’s no mean feat considering Castillo is up against the psycho Vaas (played by another Breaking Bad alumni, Michael Mando), fellow dictator/king Pagan Min and cult leader Joseph Seed. Esposito’s turn as Gus Fring in Breaking Bad, as well as Moff Gideon in The Mandalorian, makes him a great choice for the brutal leader of the thinly-veiled analogy for Cuba, the island nation of Yara. Continue reading Far Cry 6 PC/Xbox Series X/Xbox One review
Epson has done rather well with its sales of EcoTank continuous ink tank printers. The company states that it has now sold over 60 million EcoTank printers. Epson goes on to boast that it is officially the number one ink tank printer vendor worldwide, occupying over 62% of large ink tank printer sales globally – 45% more than any other printer manufacturer. Continue reading Epson launches next-generation EcoTank home printers
Mattel’s little cars get the big game treatment via racing game veterans, Milestone in Hot Wheels Unleashed.
I’m no stranger to Milestone’s work. I am, however, more used to tearing around one of their digital circuits on two wheels in MotoGP than firing up diminutive little cars and whizzing them around a plastic track. But Milestone’s involvement means that this game is no cynical cash-in. Continue reading Hot Wheels Unleashed Xbox Series X review
Corsair are no stranger to PC gaming. Their components have been kitting out gaming PCs for decades. With the Sabre RGB Pro and M65 RGB Ultra mouse, Corsair would like to give gamers that extra edge. Continue reading Corsair M65 RGB Ultra and Sabre RGB Pro gaming mouse review
The original release of World War Z, the belated tie-in to the movie starring Brad Pitt, itself loosely based on the book by Max Brooks, was pretty good. It felt like the spiritual successor to Left 4 Dead. Not bad for a game based on a five-year-old movie.
Even though World War Z: Aftermath seems to be pitched as a sequel, it’s more of a remaster with some extra bits thrown in. Whilst I played the game on PlayStation 5, it was as a PlayStation 4 game running under backwards compatibility. The formal next-gen patch is to be release at a later date. Continue reading World War Z: Aftermath PS5 review
Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2, the follow-up to the Sniper Ghost Warrior spin-off, is now available on console. I’ve already played the game on a high-end PC and was very keen to return for some more long-range shooting on the PlayStation 5. Continue reading Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2 PlayStation 5 review