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Klipsch finally made the jump to the Bluetooth wireless speaker market last year when it released KMC 3. Now, Klipsch has a new Bluetooth speaker on the market, the Gig. The Klipsch Gig may have a few awkward design aspects but overall, it is one of the most attractive wireless speakers on the market. Since the KMC 3 had impressive performance, particularly when it came to bass, expectations from Klipsch fans are high with the…

A trashcan-shaped computer may not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of a workstation desktop but that is exactly how Apple has envisioned the workstation of the future. The Mac Pro has been Apple’s most expensive Mac computer since the first one was released in 2006 and with its latest revision, the Mac Pro 2013 is bringing performance and style to a new, futuristic level. Design-wise, the Mac Pro is clean,…

When you read the complete Moto X reviews, it is blindingly obvious that many reviewers just don’t get Motorola’s highly customizable, US made comeback smartphone. Fundamentally, pissing on about specs or some imagined failing of the Moto X’s display really misses the point — this is a true iPhone challenger that’s all about experience, not speeds and feeds. • Unlike the Galaxy S4, which seems to be packed with features for the sake of just having…

Mechanical key switches are the industry standard for gaming keyboards but there are still some keyboards coming out which include upgraded membrane switches, one of those is the Logitech G19s. Just like with other feature-rich keyboards such as the Mad Catz Strike 5, Logitech decided to put more money into adding features to the G19s instead of equipping it with mechanical keys. The inclusion of membrane keys immediately keeps some people from buying a keyboard,…

In the $50 price range there are very few superb earphones and it is generally one of the worst price ranges to buy within, although the MA450i earphones from RHA offer some great performance. For people trying to get rid of their generic earphones or the included Apple ones, the MA450i’s offer some of the best bass sound I have ever heard from a pair of sub-$50 earphones. There are definitely some issues with the…

Steelseries has been in the gaming audio peripheral business for a long time but has generally come out with earbuds that have relatively the same standard design. Their most recent earbuds however, are completely different and their design does not resemble any audio product that you have seen before. The story behind the Flux In-Ear Pro’s is that Steelseries looked at dozens of different earbuds and eventually came to the conclusion that none of them…

Wireless charging is easily one of the most important technologies of the future and making it possible for smartphones is completely necessary. There have been very few ways to wirelessly charge the iPhone 5 however and Duracell is finally making it a possibility with the Powersnap Kit. The Powersnap Kit builds upon the 24-Hour Power System from Duracell which was for the iPhone 4 and switches up the charger design to fit with the new…

If you have ever heard of Pelican in the past, you know that they do not joke around when it comes to the quality and strength of their products. That same guarantee and level of strength has indeed carried over with their Pelican U100 Laptop Backpack. Design and Features The Pelican U100 is huge and heavy coming in at 15.5 x 10.5 x 1.5 inches and is in the vicinity of 9 pounds. By no…

Even though Das has always been known for their very loud mechanical keyboards, they are turning down the clicks with the new Model S Professional Quiet. This keyboard is an extension of the Model S line which has been around for multiple years but has finally received a quieter addition. Design The Das Model S Professional Quiet is fairly small just like their other keyboards and only comes with 104 keys, which includes a number…

Cooler Master’s HAF series of cases has continued to perform well when it comes to air cooling. Out of all of the cases I have used, the HAF series have repeatedly come out on top of many other high-end brands. Up to this point Cooler Master’s flagship case has been the HAF X. In order to capitalize on the success of the HAF X Cooler Master released the HAF XM, a cheaper mid-sized case for…

The Cooler Master Cube is one of the most high-end iPad/Tablet stands on the market. Even though Cooler Master has focused mainly on computer peripherals and cases, they are expanding to include laptops and mobile accessories. The Cube is one of the most promising products of their new line, so let us see how it performs. Cooler Master Cube The stand is made of rubber and aluminum and weighs 22 ounces, lending itself a more…

When it comes to premium headphones, V-Moda has continued to be at the head of the pack, especially with their Crossfade M-100 headphones. Right after opening the box you are already able to tell that the M-100 is extremely high-end. Inside the box you find the following: V-Moda M-100 headphones Exoskeleton case with carabiner Two 3.5mm audio cables 6.4mm audio adapter The two audio cables are meant for use with the headphones as well as…

https://youtu.be/aAOL-vDrEGU Recording MSN and Skype video calls in particular has never been an easy feat. Both services have neglected to include the feature themselves, and third party alternatives are often either too expensive, or too complicated for the average user. SuperTinTin on the other hand, strikes the perfect balance between usability and affordability for recording your Skype and MSN video calls. This lightweight video recording software is less than 3MB in size, making it easy…