Today, that’s not so much the case. Sure, you can save a decent chunk of cash with building your own rig but not everyone wants to do that. It’s nice to be able to take the PC out of the box, plug it in, turn it on and be ready to go.
The Blaze II gaming PC from Skytech is a pretty decent choice when it comes to all of the pre-built PCs out there and I’d like to go into detail what it is all about!
Today’s review will be over the Redragon S101 Vajra combo. These are popular when it comes to a budget RGB keyboard & mouse, let’s see if they’re worth getting.
We will dive into the durability, if they can withstand the test of time and if the value for the money is in the right spot in terms of the features that Redragon has packed with these peripherals.
I’ve reviewed other Redragon peripherals in the past and they have yet to disappoint. The mouse they’re using here is actually the Redragon M601 which is already a great sign that this combo is going to be worth getting.
It’s time to do a Redragon M601 Centrophorus review for 2020. This mouse has adjustable weights, good DPI settings and a comfortable design for a price that makes sense.
If those types of features suit your play style then this is definitely going to be worth taking a look at. Redragon has overhauled this mouse with an awesome updated version so even for 2020, it’s still the best budget friendly gaming mouse on the market!
You need the best RGB gaming mouse that’s on the market? Look no further, these are the best RGB gaming mice that you’ll be able to find online!
The RGB aesthetic is awesome and you’re looking for the best of the best so what do you need to look for? There are important factors to choosing the right RGB mouse because the one with the best lighting isn’t the only factor you should consider.
We’ll be going over the specs of each mouse listed here as well as why or why not to get it! Continue reading →
I’d like to post an ASUS VS228H review because I have used this monitor for about eight years and it’s still one of the best cheap 1080p monitors on the market.
For the asking price, it’s hard to not fully recommend this monitor. If you’re looking for an entry-level HD monitor that has a 60Hz refresh rate and a decent response time for gaming then this is the perfect starting point.
Down the road it’s also a great choice as a second monitor to use whenever you decide to upgrade to higher refresh rates and/or resolution.
This monitor’s maximum resolution is 1920 x 1080. 1080p is the standard resolution for high definition quality and the VS228H LED model has a higher picture quality than most other monitors out there that are similar.
In this Logitech Z323 review we’ll go over the key details of build quality, sound, features and whether or not it’s a viable speaker system to have today.
I’ve used this speaker system for over a few years now and although other reviews have disagreed in the past, I think this system is still completely worth the asking price. It’s not meant to be a spendy speaker system.
It’s a decent lower budget option for those that still need bass in their life but don’t want to spend upwards of $80+ to make it happen.
I’m still using this speaker system today in 2020 and I don’t plan on upgrading them any time soon.
Decent sound, easy to hook up and an adjustable bass volume… When you’re looking for something that doesn’t break the bank, has a subwoofer that comes with and has the quality level at a higher point then you need to consider these.
I noticed that the SkyTech Archangel gaming computer on Amazon was selling well after an update so I figured it’d be a good idea to look it over and review it!
For the most part, pre-built PCs rip you off – especially when you don’t take a look on what’s in on the inside. It’s one thing to read the product reviews on Amazon itself but it’s a whole different story when you understand what’s really going on with the hardware of a pre-built.
I’d like to post an ASUS VG278Q review because I’ve been using it for a good while now as a main monitor and for the price, you get a ton of features.
The maximum resolution is 1920 x 1080 pixels. Today, this is the perfect resolution as the picture quality of videos, games and photos look great at this resolution. Combine that with 144hz refresh rate, 1ms response time and other great features and you’ve got the ASUS VG278Q.
We’ll go over the technicals for those of you that don’t know what those specs quite mean.