Stealth LPC-670 mini-PCs Breaks the Bank
10 Apr 2011 - By Omar Mariño

I’m not convinced that mini-PCs are the way to go but many people are. They love the idea of having all the computing power of a full-sized desktop crammed into a container that’s smaller than most novels. Stealth has been making mini-PCs that fit the bill for years but the new LPC-670 PC may just be the cream of the crop. Read more >>

Acer’s New Aspire All-In-One Desktop Model Hits Shelves in May
7 Apr 2011 - By Omar Mariño

I’m not a big fan of all-in-one desktop PCs. For the most part, they are underpowered and loaded with unnecessary bloatware, hampered by limited functionality, and poorly designed. Acer has set out to put a stop to that with their new Aspire Z5761. It is a 23 inch high definition model that packs everything up into a neat, well-designed chassis for roughly $1,300. Read more >>

Sanyo Eneloop Mobile Booster Hits the USA
6 Apr 2011 - By Omar Mariño

I absolutely love Sanyo’s Eneloop batteries. I’ve not found a rechargeable battery yet that can stand up to the performance-wise. Now Sanyo’s released a mobile charging solution in the United States that bears the epic Eneloop name—the Mobile Booster. But does it live up to the legacy or fall short? Read more >>

Logitech – A new Mouse: M325 – Sniper Precise for Under $50
4 Apr 2011 - By Omar Mariño

So a mouse is a mouse is a mouse, right? Sort of. We know that they all do the same thing but the varying degrees of success you might have controlling your input with bargain basement mouses is probably a little frustrating. If you want a mouse that’s easy to use (no programmable macros here) and gets the job done the way you want it to without breaking the bank you should check out Logitech’s newest—the M325. Read more >>

Gaming – Razer Chimaera Wireless Gamer Headset Expensive and Ungainly
3 Apr 2011 - By Omar Mariño

This wireless beast of a headset promises “True to Life Gaming”—whatever that is— and freedom from the tyranny of the cord. Unfortunately, the $129 price tag makes it a bit too costly to justify. True, that retail is in line with other headsets on the market but the Chimaera just doesn’t perform as well as it should. Read more >>

Pioneer’s SE-NC31C-K Brings Noise Cancelling Earbuds to the Masses
1 Apr 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Want the sweet silent serenity of Noise-cancelled bliss but can’t justify spending the big bucks on a set of gaudy cans to strap over your head when you want to take a nap? Pioneer has the answer. Their new SE-NC31C-K earbuds promise to cut out 90 percents of the ambient sound without breaking your budget. Read more >>