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Prynt Pocket Instant Photo Printer for iPhone Review

Back in the day, you’d need an expensive kit consisting of a high end SLR camera, an array of films and lenses, and a whole lot of photo know-how if you wanted to call yourself a photographer. After all, this was the bare minimum needed to produce great looking photos. Today, photography is a much more accessible passion. “iPhoneography” is Americas favorite hobby, and the …

The Best X299 Motherboards for Intel’s Skylake-X, i9 Processors

There has never been a better time to build a high-end gaming desktop. Between AMD’s showstopping 16-core Threadripper CPUs and Intel’s shockingly powerful i9 processors, consumers have a lot to choose from. Anytime Intel releases a new batch of X-series (previously known as Extreme Edition) processors; they push the boundaries of what’s possible with current technology. These changes aren’t restricted to their new chips; they …

Turtle Beach Stealth 600 Wireless Surround Sound Gaming Headset Review

Want to game online? Unless you’ve got a gaming headset, you’re going to miss out. Your headset is your line of communication with your team mates, turning your virtual experience into a collaborative one. Should you buy the cheapest headset you can get, or purchase a high end model? For most, the answer is somewhere in the middle. Since your headset is providing you with …

Blink XT Indoor/Outdoor Home Security Camera System Review

Home security systems are quickly becoming this years next hot trend. Instead of renting an expensive professionally managed system, modern technology allows these cameras to be set up quickly and easily. When you’re setting up a modern security camera in your home, you need more than just a camera. You need an entire system. We’ve already taken a look at a few of these systems, …

Logitech MX Master 2S & MX Anywhere 2S Review

Whether we’re buying a pre-manufactured computer or assembling out own, we put a ton of time into researching the components that go into our computer. We select fast processors, add huge banks of memory, and combine lightening quick solid state storage with massive hard drives. Unfortunately, we often tend to neglect some of the most important parts – our peripherals. Our keyboards, mice, and monitors …