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Logitech G930
3.1
(93)
£131.08
5 years ago*
Do not understand why I never learn ... Logitech is and will always be over praised crap. I will not give any more detailed review on these when they were used for a short time but I'll leave a pro / cons below: Pros: + Wireless, good battery life and smooth. + Microphone and functionality to easily bribe it via a button on the HS. + Very sound insulation Cons: -Incredibly Over prized, barely worth 1k I draped during Black Friday. -All The HS is plastic, a HS 2K should well be solidly built? At the "hectic" gaming, it can fly a heading in the wall and strongly doubt that this withstand the blast ... -The Sound beneath contempt, disastrously poor where the "surround" effect is only a gimmick! -Enbart USB connection, you can not connect to its external sound card for better sound. Sure, very soundproof but it feels like you have a big fucking winter coat wearing, after 1h gaming, you have to bleed the ears to keep on sweating to death. -Svåra To set the correct height, the "fixed" mode would like not to stay there, so you must adjust it before each session, smoothly ... -Blir Heavy to wear head after long gaming sessions, after 3-4h begins pushing up on the skull. -Känns Generally bulky and large. -Now To the biggest minus of everything! They may be wireless, and it should be easy BUT it is crappy ... is so incredibly dependent on sound must serve an entire gaming session (CS: GO) and one-off could mean disastrous consequences but this HS shuts down 5- 10 times / 1h which made me last night literally broke them and broke them and threw the plastic debris to hell! In sum, do not buy this crap but add the 2k as those costs today in a sensible HS of example. Sennheiser. Has himself bought me a pair of Sennheiser PC350 2015 and is so sick pleased with them that this felt more like a joke article from Buttricks.
*Edited 5 years
Oppo BDP-103 Region Free
4.6
(11)
6 years ago*
Crazy bluray, can warmly recommend to run all video through this unit! I let my Telia box go through this and then finally to zt60 and the difference was and is gryyyym :)
*Edited 6 years
SteelSeries Siberia v2 Full-size
3.8
(135)
£63.50
7 years ago*
Awesome headset, more detailed review when tested more thoroughly :)
*Edited 7 years
SteelSeries Rival
3.5
(71)
7 years ago*
What to say, perform its function?! No, but there comes a more detailed review when it is "run" and "Aimad"
*Edited 7 years
Corsair Vengeance K70 Cherry MX Red (Nordic)
3.8
(11)
7 years ago*
Awesome keyboard, comes an updated review later.
*Edited 7 years
Sony PlayStation 4 (PS4) 500GB
4.5
(310)
£239.99
7 years ago*
Very nice machine, far more "modern" than my old PS3a a la 60gig backwards compatible that served me for many years. Not much to say other than that this machine will be gold when it comes more games and when little bugs corrected and especially when 3D bluray will are supported.
*Edited 7 years
Panasonic Viera TX-P60ZT60E
4.3
(8)
7 years ago*
The upgrade from P50VT60 maybe was not justified, the idea was that I would have it in a few years but need a bigger TV increased and when the choice was between 65VT60 alt. Panasonic's best TV, 60ZT60. Sure, I got less inches for the money but at the same time I knew about VT60s nackdeler and that was really what made it a ZT60 instead. :) The picture just screams quality, 2D quality with such a really good BluRay so you will probably not improved video quality today. Preset modes which I think is good, it's THX certified which gives a good experience out of the box but will obviously professionals calibrate it eventually. Why I even bot from VT60 to just ZT60 was precisely because it would, and are better able to reflect off the ambient light and I have to say that the difference is so great between the VT60 and ZT60 so in that aspect, I can not recommend the VT60 over ZT60, despite the price difference. Unique to this television is the design, Panasonic has always been criticized for its boring design (which to me does not really matter much since I prefer performance over design but though) and that then designed it as neatly as with full glass right out with edges unlike the VT60 that has speakers on the sides and a sleek aluminum frame around the TV makes it, in my opinion to one of the market's freshest and best looking television sets. Even a really neat foot comes with a neat finish in the shape of a V, would certainly be able to use it. Panasonic has done some work on its Smart Viera function, thus their SmartTV concept which I think flows on nicely. You can personalize the TV the way you want it to start up with a little different "home screens" or just an ordinary full picture of the default input source. This, together with voice control and face recognition works superbly, you can for example say to touch the TV remote control "Volume 20" and it increases / decreases volume to 20, may seem unnecessary but it is after all a bit new thinking! Biggest negative towards VT60 is still ZT60 sound, that's for shit. It sounds like someone is standing and talking in electricity empty tin can with the lid closed. However, I never utilized the sound of the TV on VT60n nor on Zt60 but always run into hembion to me it does not matter but may be worth mentioning that I believe it is the only aspect VT60 beats ZT60 on the fingers. Another thing that I think VT60 also had is that one can use a feature called 1080p Pure Direct. It then your TV does is pass pass its own video processor and run the external source, ideal when, for example, has a better amp with better video processor. + "Studio Master Panel" which Panasonic christened its unique reflektfilter to really do their job in bright conditions, no problem having this in their living room with the window section in the back at the TV. + Slightly sleeker design versus VT60 when you skipped the side speakers and the transparent plastic strip on the bottom of the TV and just run the sleek aluminum frame around the TV instead. + Gold-plated HDMI and USBkontakter. Do not know if it makes a difference but feels lavish. + Incredible image quality in terms of 2D but also 3D is really good, maybe not as improved as I had hoped when compared against VT30/VT50 but still world class + Motion Management at top level, ideal for sports + Närpå no buzzing, only in very bright scenes + Fans are not annoying, they go into high gear and then go down but nothing that overwhelms the actual viewership. Sitting on a waiver of 3m. + Better reflektfilter than previous models + THX 2D & 3D certified which means preset modes in both 2D & 3D that provides very good picture + Innovative Interfaces + Innovative design, the conditions are very thin and nicely designed + Construction is top class + Built-in webcam with face recognition and Skype option + Voice Control + Dual remotes, a regular and one that is like a touchpad where even voice control is, he is also controlled over WiFi, which means that it is not direction sensitive, but can be used anywhere within range of WiFi + Very well designed app, Viera Remote 2 where you can control the whole TV and even proffskalibrera it with diagrams, etc. + Dual Tuners + USB 3.0, will be useful when recording TV programs + WiFi built + Connections on the side of the screen, not backwards giving a very neat wiring + Frequently remote (same as VT20 with rubberized backing that is a little anti slide) is a big boost in contrast to the VT series plastgrunka. - Sound vs. VT60. - Only 3x HDMI ports, however, use only the 1st time I've amplifier but worse for those who do not have a - Large, bulky and ugly power connector. Had to modify my wall mount to get the shit to fit ...
*Edited 7 years
Onkyo TX-NR5010
4.1
(8)
7 years ago*
Upgraded from a No-3008, and was unsure whether it was a well thought out upgrade but once everything was plugged so got my fronts new life :) Will come back later with a more thorough review.
*Edited 7 years
Leatherman Rebar
3.5
(2)
£59.49
8 years ago*
Do not regret a second that it eventually became a Leatherman :) This version is a little "less" multifunction tool than Wave but still very useful! Ever downside I see is that not the pliers are spring-loaded, but do not think it is so common on these multi-tool, otherwise grim affordable!
*Edited 8 years
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