REDDAX ROOM TOUR!
Check out my office!
The Samson HP-20 impressed me greatly. I bought this headset from Cerebro for only 10 bucks, which he got for only 13 dollars on clearance with the Q2U.
I’ve broken more mice in my time than I’d like to admit. It got so bad that I eventually started to just buy cheap mice, knowing I’d eventually break them. With a cheap mouse, however, you don’t get the features of a nice quality peripheral. My most recent replacement for a set I spilled something on (I wasn’t joking, it’s a regular occurrence) was the Microsoft Wireless Comfort 5000 keyboard/mouse combo. The mouse was great for my hands (I’ve got bear claws, as my friends say), and the keyboard is a nice blend of ergo and media. Then I got my hands on Tribes: Ascend. Now, I never meant for my main computer to be a gaming machine, so I did not consider that when buying. As my gaming continued, I wanted more and more for a more precise mouse, as I kept messing up when trying to make distance or moving shots.
Well everyone knows I am a big fan of Windows 8 – the Live Tiles, Start Screen, and -INCREDIBLE- speed increase sold me pretty early on. Windows 8.1 saw the return of the Start Button (not the menu, I know) and improved keyboard/mouse user options including the ability to start directly on the desktop (a feature I still don’t use on my PC). With the addition of features in the Spring update, I love it even more.
The plan has been, and remains, the purchase of a quad core Android box to hook up to my TV in the living room, and populate a memory device with as many classic games as can be done by way of emulation. This plan continues, and draws closer every day. To that end, I purchased the Green Throttle Atlas from eBay (Seller dcegroup). Continue reading “Tech-cessories : Green Throttle Atlas Review [[Cerebro]]”
Reddax reviews his LG Optimus F3
Cerebro’s review of his new Canon PowerShot SX160 IS.
The thing about this device, and the attached app, is that I think that it’s an amazing idea, especially at the price point.
I worked in the auto parts industry for a couple of years, and the equivalent of this device starts at $150, and that’s for a base unit. The display is two-tone black on green, and you really have to fiddle around with the controls to see your data.
Automatic definitely seems to give the user the most that a person (or even a mechanic) could get from their car’s computer. Now from the video, it’s hard to tell how specific it gets, but I may have to add this to the list of items to purchase for myself. I’m pretty excited about this. The safety features alone are worth the $100 price tag. If you go to malls, or travel and make stops at unfamiliar places, it knows where you parked! This is going to me a must-have for me. I’m saving the link.
Fullthrottle’s setup in his office.