Category Archives: Technology

Western Digital speeds up your gaming with the WD_Black P10 Game Drive

With the WD_Black USB Game Drive, veteran hard drive manufacturer, Western Digital seeks to solve gamers’ storage dilemma.

Remember when you thought that 1TB of hard drive space in your PlayStation 4 Pro or Xbox One X would be more than enough? Twice as much space than the OG versions of the current gen consoles, it’s still a paltry amount. Whilst Sony allows users to prise open their machine and put in a larger drive, it’s still a fair bit of fiddling about. Xbox One owners have no alternative but to plug in an external hard drive. Continue reading Western Digital speeds up your gaming with the WD_Black P10 Game Drive

DJI Mavic Mini review

Dodging Sydney’s restricted airspace and its bushfire ravaged surrounds, I found a nice secluded spot to test out DJI’s new tiny drone. Continue reading DJI Mavic Mini review

Hands-on review: Skullcandy Push wireless earbuds

Skullcandy’s Push wireless Bluetooth earbuds add another offering for users in an increasingly crowded market. I’m not a regular user of earbuds, but I’ve got to say, with the number of wireless earbuds out there, there’s really no reason to have wires hanging from your ears anymore. Indeed, my Huawei phone doesn’t even have a headphone socket. Continue reading Hands-on review: Skullcandy Push wireless earbuds

HyperX Alloy Origins mechanical keyboard and Pulsefire Dart wireless mouse review

Good, responsive equipment is an essential tool for any serious PC gamer. It extends beyond just having a fast gaming rig. If you want any chance of winning a good keyboard and mouse is a must.

HyperX have stepped up offering a range of keyboard and mouse solutions aimed at the more discerning gamer. Their RGB Alloy Origins keyboards and Pulsefire Dart mice claim to be exactly what gamers need. I put them both through their paces, below. Continue reading HyperX Alloy Origins mechanical keyboard and Pulsefire Dart wireless mouse review

The force is strong with the Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Xbox One 2TB Game Drive

Just in time for the new Star Wars Game from EA, Seagate have released their Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Xbox One Game Drive.

The cynic in me believes that no storage solution says, “I’m probably paying too much for this” than a Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Xbox One Game Drive. And that’s probably true. If you are a Star Wars fan, however, Seagate’s Jedi Fallen Order Game Drive is the extra storage that you’ve been looking for. Continue reading The force is strong with the Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Xbox One 2TB Game Drive

Sennheiser GSP 370 wireless headset review

The Sennheiser GSP 370 promises a superior wireless headset audio experience with 100 hours between charges. The headset works with Windows PC, Mac and PlayStation 4. Continue reading Sennheiser GSP 370 wireless headset review

Epson Sydney launch focuses on productivity and efficiency

This week Epson Australia invited media and partners to a showcase event featuring the latest products aimed to increase productivity and efficiency.

After a brief introduction by Epson MD, Craig Heckenberg, the studio space in Sydney’s east hosted demonstrations from Epson range of projectors, large format printers and desktop and enterprise printing solutions. Continue reading Epson Sydney launch focuses on productivity and efficiency

Battlefield-ready Stealth XP-Camo headsets now available in Australia

Covert operators currently entrenched in Call of Duty Modern Warfare and Ghost Recon Breakpoint, or gamers just wanting to look awesome, can now look the part thanks to Stealth’s range of XP-Camo headsets. The XP-Camo allows gamers, streamers and audio fans to go from seat to street; with a headset equipped to deal with both in-game and real-life scenarios. Continue reading Battlefield-ready Stealth XP-Camo headsets now available in Australia