About a week ago, I was in the search for a mouse that could replace my SteelSeries Kinzu v2, which I’m still using at the moment. I’m rather indecisive when it comes to things like that and so I’ve asked for opinions from as many gamers as I could on what the best gaming mice are. I’ve found this site very informative in terms of the best wireless mouse when it comes to gaming. A lot of answers I got was kind of expected and most of them were recommendations of either Razer or Roccat mice. As much as I hate offending my readers, Razer products aren’t exactly reliable and I have personal experiences of that. I previously used a Razer Imperator (the 2012 edition), which performed really good and things seemed fine until it broke down 3 months after I bought it. Although I can imagine myself going hard at the mouse day and night, that shouldn’t be an excuse for making a failure of a product. The worst part of it all is that when I returned the Imperator under the warranty, the product shipped back to me was (I suspected) a used one because there were smudges on the surface, which looks like someone has been handling it for a while. Nevertheless, I didn’t want to wait another few weeks for another replacement so I stuck to it for a while. Continue reading
If I have to summarize the BenQ monitor in a single phrase, I’d have to say that it’s simply MIND-BLOWINGLY FUN to play games on it. Don’t get me wrong. I’ve always been an advocate of IPS monitors due to their sheer color vibrancy and accuracy. The viewing angles of an IPS monitor is also very wide, and watching movies on it is just mesmerizing. Nonetheless, when it comes to playing games on an IPS monitor, there’s a strong feeling that I always get as if something’s missing from it.
It is necessary that a music listener takes some time to understand or check out how well a record player performs with regard to a number of its specialized functions just before he or she chooses to get it. Knowing how a turntable functions could be the starting point right here. Within the most fundamental terms, a record player creates audio once the needle is placed on the vinyl and it starts spinning. Although that might seem relatively straightforward, the groove of every record is slimmer when compared to a strand of human hair hence the accuracy and delicacy of the needle, the cartridge and also the tonearm have to coincide appropriately with each other.