The way I see the Gladius is like the spiritual successor to the (at this point almost cult-like) Microsoft IntelliMouse Explorer 3.0 (IME3.0 for short). Some of you might think of this as high praise, but the truth is that I never really liked it. Fortunately, I do like the Gladius, as it improves on all the shortcomings of the IME3.0.
It was that time of year again when it’s time to upgrade the graphics card to stay current to the performance demands of the latest games (read GTA V). I must admit I was a bit disappointed when first started to dig through the current market of graphics cards. I’ve always been Radeon user, not … Read moreASUS GeForce GTX 970 Strix review
I’ve used the Samsung Galaxy S4 as my daily driver now for almost two years, and thought it appropriate to do a quick review. The phone is still for sale, though at a mid-range price point, but current nonetheless. I got it through work back in the summer of ’13. It was the first high-end … Read moreSamsung Galaxy S4 review
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
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
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