The Fractal Design R5 is a silent, cleverly designed and affordable midi tower case. As the name suggests, it is the successor of the highly acclaimed R4 model, released in 2012. The R5 was released late last year (2014), and I’ve been using it since then. A class act The R5 has a lot going for it. … Read moreFractal Design R5 review
Oh the joy! How I’ve been waiting for this day to come! I’m one of those, by now quite rare, nerds who never bought the Raspberry Pi single-board computer. Somehow I was content with the idea that I’ll buy it once I have an idea of what to do with it. Foolish! One thing is for sure; I … Read moreRaspberry Pi 2 has been released!
Some time ago I was greeted by this message from my Canon Pixma MP640 ink jet printer, just when I needed it the most (Murphy’s law etc.). “B200 Printer error has occurred. Unplug the power cord and contact the service center.” After scouring the web for solutions I eventually found out that the issue likely … Read moreCanon printer issues
For all space fans out there, I can’t recommend this simulator enough. If you have a computer that can run it, it’s a must try. A word of warning though; better set an alarm clock to wake you out of the trance you’ll be slipping into. The epic music, the breathtaking views, the endless exploration … Read moreSpace Engine 0.9.7.2 released *woooo!*
So I’ve owned the NVIDIA Shield tablet (16Gb WiFi version) for a few months now and thought that it was time for a review. It replaced my old, but tried and true, Nexus 7 (2012). I took a leap of faith on this one, as I’d normally wait a while before getting a product that … Read moreNVIDIA Shield tablet review
The other day I bought the EVGA SuperNova G2 750W ATX power supply for my new PC build. First impressions are good; it breathes quality from the moment you lift it up from the packaging. Nice rugged feel, fully modular, cable sleeving and you get a nifty bag for your cables (there are a lot … Read moreEVGA SuperNova G2 750W first impressions
So after doing RAID-1 manually for 10 years (starting with burning countless of DVD’s with my precious data, then moving on to buying a new external drive every year as they got full), I finally decided to stop the spiral of self-torment that is manual redundant backups. I bought myself a NAS. After standing in … Read moreBuffalo LinkStation 420 review
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