Category Archives: Technology

Epson RapidReceipt RR-600W scanner review

Epson takes away the pain of archiving scrappy bits of paper, receipts, and business cards with the RapidReceipt RR-600W scanner. Continue reading Epson RapidReceipt RR-600W scanner review

Poly Studio P5 kit with Voyager 4220 UC USB webcam and Bluetooth office headset review

Poly offers an all-in-one professional office video conferencing package with its P5 webcam and Voyager 4220 Bluetooth headset. Continue reading Poly Studio P5 kit with Voyager 4220 UC USB webcam and Bluetooth office headset review

Epson NZ launches business printers for the commercial office market

Epson New Zealand has entered the commercial office printing market launching a full range of A4 and A3 business printers. Epson says that these new printers are designed to increase efficiencies and productivity while helping SMBs and SMEs to lower their impact on the environment. Continue reading Epson NZ launches business printers for the commercial office market

Reinvigorating your PlayStation and Xbox controllers with Lizard Skins

Lizard Skins produce a range of anti-slip textured grips for game controllers. We were sent a pack for the PlayStation 4 DualShock and an Xbox One Controller to test. Continue reading Reinvigorating your PlayStation and Xbox controllers with Lizard Skins

Lavazza Jolie and Milk review

Over the last year, I’ve taken a look at many devices important for the home office environments suddenly forced on many of us. I’ve checked out hard drives, routers, headsets, mics, and cameras among others. I’ve looked at problems and solutions to create a safe, secure, and productive office away from the office.

But now, it’s time for something completely different. Continue reading Lavazza Jolie and Milk review

Kingston Fury Renegade DDR4-4600 memory review

Kingston’s Fury Renegade DDR4-4600 are some of the fasted PC memory modules available today, if you’ve got the rig to use it.

Kingston Fury Renegade DDR4-4600 memory review

These slick-looking modules feature functional (i.e., not overly industrial) heatsinks and RGB lighting. The RGB supports all the top case motherboard illumination systems like MSI’s Mystic Light Sync, Gigabyte’s RGB Fusion 2.0, and Asus’ Aura Sync. I was sent a 16GB (2x8GB) kit to test. Continue reading Kingston Fury Renegade DDR4-4600 memory review

TerraMaster D5-300 Raid Direct Attached Storage review

Terra Master’s D5-300 offers users a USB RAID storage system for up to five drives. I take a look.

RAID, Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks, is a data storage virtualisation technology that has been around for decades. Whilst the term was first coined in the 1980s, some aspects of the technology originated in the 1970s. Continue reading TerraMaster D5-300 Raid Direct Attached Storage review

Toshiba Canvio Gaming Portable Storage review

Dynabook’s Toshiba Canvio Gaming Portable Storage hard drive may offer a solution to a problem that new console owners didn’t know they had.

Whenever I start talking about data storage the first thing I always say is that you can never have enough. It’s not me just repeating myself, it’s because it is the absolute truth. Continue reading Toshiba Canvio Gaming Portable Storage review