Category Archives: Technology

PC component manufacturer PNY expands across the A/NZ region

PNY are strengthening their presence in and commitment to the Australian and New Zealand market. The industry veterans have established a new and exclusive local distribution partnership with DSTech for their PNY and HP USB and memory card ranges. Continue reading PC component manufacturer PNY expands across the A/NZ region

PowerColor Red Devil AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT Ultimate review

As a card-carrying member of Team Green, can AMD’s Radeon RX 6900 XT graphics card powerhouse convince me to switch to Team Red? Continue reading PowerColor Red Devil AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT Ultimate review

Intel unveils its 12th-Gen CPUs

Intel has released details regarding its new 12th-Gen Alder Lake CPUs and the Z690 motherboard chipset.

Despite being able to stare at a couple of Intel’s new 12th-Gen Alder Lake CPUs for longer than I’m allowed to tell you, it’s only recently that we now know what the craic is with these new chips. Continue reading Intel unveils its 12th-Gen CPUs

ASUS BR1100FK laptop review

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

EPOS H6PRO open and closed acoustic gaming headset 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

Epson launches next-generation EcoTank home printers

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

Corsair M65 RGB Ultra and Sabre RGB Pro gaming mouse 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

EPOS H3 Hybrid closed acoustic gaming headset review

The EPOS H3 Hybrid closed acoustic headset offers gamers an audio solution that’s the best of both worlds. The headset offers the flexibility of a wired connection along with the convenience of Bluetooth. And, to top it off, the boom mic is removable for a more elegant look when on the go. Continue reading EPOS H3 Hybrid closed acoustic gaming headset review