We here at T3G watch our share of videos online to get info on tech. One of the things I have personally been interested in more lately has been learning more about Linux, specifically Ubuntu. One of the places I get great info is over at Tek Syndicate. Check out their Linux channel if you want to learn about some stuff in Linux!
The Rosewill RFA-120-RL is a great fan for the price point. Usually fans that are under 10 dollars tend to be pretty awful. But the Rosewill is actually a great solution for under 10 dollars. It moves a lot of air (75 CFM) which is actually really good, most expensive fans can’t even move that much. The amount of noise it makes it the biggest downfall of the fan.
A few updates on our status and what’s been going on.
C2E2 is Chicago’s #1 Comic-Con Expo! It was a pretty awesome con. Although we had a noticed some new negative aspects of the con, we also noticed a lot of new and awesome things.
We’re going to be vlogging once in a while, folks. Check it. #CarTalk
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.