Designers – for the most part hate the term ‘spec work’, which if you are unaware is the creation of a design to be judged by the customer for the mere chance of getting paid after your hard work. This is the basis of the website ’99 Designs’, where you … Continue reading
Here it is! After a few months of owning it and about a month of use (long story), I’ve finally got around to reviewing the physically biggest purchase I’ve made to date, the Obutto R3volution! Is this the desktop revolution we’ve been waiting for?
Now that my buttkickers have arrived and been tested it’s time to mount them onto my obutto r3volution for what some people call the ultimate 4D experience. No this won’t be a 4D cinema where water is shot from the ceiling when the characters on-screen get wet, although…..
I’m excited! I bought a pair of Buttkicker LFE’s today and a single amp for $1117 AUD which will be amazing on my Obutto Revolution cockpit which I bought late last year in 2014. However I haven’t had a chance to use it much yet as I’ve moved house 3 … Continue reading
As you may already know I design music in Ableton Live and release it on my YouTube channel which takes a lot of skill, dedication and good equipment to do. Fortunately i’ve got plenty of skill and dedication as i’m sure you do if you’re reading this, but the reason … Continue reading
Your spy-kids watch is finally here! It can do everything except tell time because “there was no room left for the clock”. Well almost, the latest watch by Samsung the Gear S features a 2″ AMOLED screen and the first watch to feature a SIM card slot to be able … Continue reading
While browsing through the peripherals at MSY a few months ago this Gigabyte keyboard caught my eye with it’s stealth appearance, RGB backlit keys and it’s marketing towards gamers so I picked it up with whatever else I was buying at the time.
Well it’s time for the latest peripheral review, the Logitech G500 mouse with it’s ergonomic shape and extra macro buttons i’m sure it’s what you’ve been looking for in a gaming mouse. A few of the other interesting features it boasts is an on the fly DPI switcher, an infinite … Continue reading
I was watching a Linus Tech Tips video recently and he happened to use an iFixit toolkit while assembling a pc which was interesting as i’ve been looking for a good quality set of tools for opening and repairing my various technology. Before this I had been looking for a … Continue reading
My NAS has been one of those incredibly useful products that I bought and use pretty much every day storing the files that I need, and encrypting the sensitive files I own that I use long-term. It’s basically an essential piece of equipment for me to store all my website data, … Continue reading