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Mar 16

Snugg iPad Case Review

Published in Reviews, Tablet Accessories | Written by Matt

Today at Tech-Reviews, we have the Snugg iPad Case to review. The Snugg has been a very popular case over the past 12 months and has some great features such as functioning as a portable travel case and acting as a viewing stand to improve typing and viewing comfort. Let’s see how well it performs.

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Mar 15

Subscribe to Tech-Reviews on YouTube!

Published in News, Reviews, Technology News | Written by Matt

Tech-Reviews is soon going to be providing all of you with video reviews on our YouTube channel; but before the video reviews start being published, we’re going to be having our first Prize Giveaway of 2011!

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Mar 14

Koribo Vivar Wireless Keyboard Review

Published in Peripherals, Reviews | Written by Matt

Today, we’re reviewing the final of three wireless keyboards from Koribo. The Vivar features an optical trackball, a scroll wheel, 13 multi-media buttons, mouse buttons, a non-skid surface/rubber pads and low battery indication. Let’s take a closer look at the Vivar to see how well it performs compared with its two siblings.

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Mar 10

Koribo Leira Wireless Keyboard Review

Published in Peripherals, Reviews | Written by Matt

Today we’re reviewing the Leira Wireless Multi Touch Media Center Keyboard from Koribo. The Leira is designed to be used with a HTPC but you can obviously still use it with a normal desktop computer or even a laptop if you so wish. The Leira features a whole range of media center controls and a touch pad to make your media center experience completely wire free. Let’s see how good the Koribo Leira is.

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Mar 08

Vizo Master Panel II Review

Published in Drives, Reviews | Written by Matt

The average computer nowadays has about two USB ports and some audio ports. To be honest this is nowhere near enough with the growing amount of input devices a typical computer user has, such as digital cameras, MP3 players and webcams. Today we are reviewing the Master Panel II from Vizo; a product that will make connecting your devices to the PC, much easier. Let’s see how it does in the review…

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Mar 07

Koribo Mini Keyboard Review

Published in Peripherals, Reviews | Written by Matt

The Koribo Mini is a relatively new product from the up and coming peripherals manufacturer, Koribo. This, believe it or not, is Tech-Reviews first review of a wireless keyboard so we were very excited to check out what the Koribo Mini had in store for us. Koribo states on its website that the Mini is the perfect keyboard and mouse that fits right in your hand and it also has an amazing operating range of 10m/30ft, no matter where the receiver is placed. Let’s find out whether Koribo’s claims are true.

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Mar 04

SteelSeries Xai Laser Gaming Mouse Review

Published in Peripherals, Reviews | Written by Matt

Today we’re reviewing another product from SteelSeries, this time it’s from their wide range of gaming mice. The SteelSeries Xai boasts features such as pro gamer profiles, true sensitivity and best-in-class technology. Read on to find out about these exciting features and many more.

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Mar 02

SteelSeries QcK Mass Pro Gaming Mouse Pad Review

Published in Mouse Pads, Reviews | Written by Matt

With all of the expensive hardware that we buy for our gaming computers to make them “awesome”, we always seem to forget one of the cheapest and most needed parts of all; the mouse pad. Today we’re reviewing the SteelSeries QcK Mass Pro Gaming Mouse Pad; which is a medium sized, cloth coated gaming pad to provide a high quality gaming surface. Let’s take a look and see how well it performs.

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Feb 28

Roccat Kone Plus Gaming Mouse Review

Published in Peripherals, Reviews | Written by Matt

For any gamer, having the right equipment is essential. You need a mouse that has extreme precision, programmable buttons for switching weapons quickly and easily, and is generally a pleasure to use. Today, we’re reviewing the Roccat Kone[+]. Boasting a pro-aim sensor the maximum precision, the ability to store 22 different mouse functions and much more, let’s take a look and see whether the Kone is up to the task.

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Feb 25

NZXT Panzerbox Case Review

Published in Cases, Reviews | Written by Rhys

The NZXT Panzerbox has been designed by NZXT from the base up. It is specifically aimed for those LAN Party gamers who want the entire usual hardware components in a small chassis as well as room for water cooling in a compact area. When creating a computer case from the start, it’s not an easy task and NZXT has certainly proved itself with this unique design.

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Gelid Silent Spirit CPU Cooler and GC1 Thermal Paste Review

GELID Solutions was born after several key players left the company Arctic Cooling and came together to form GELID. With the high quality of products produced by Arctic Cooling, let’s hope that the standard is matching with this new brand. The CPU Cooler up today for review here at Tech-Reviews is the GELID Silent Spirit. Time to find out how well the Spirit competes…

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Jun 06

WorldCard Mobile App

If you’re in business or your job requires meeting many people, storing business cards and contact information is often a great hassle. Cleverly though, there’s a new iPhone App developed by a company called Penpower Technology Ltd. which seeks to solve this problem, introducing WorldCard Mobile…

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