The Lightning Strike system is a package sold by Brite-Strke for personal defense, and their target market for this is females. But, you might ask, why do you want a flashlight for personal defense?
Diablotek's new Legend offers a remarkable value in an entry-level gamers' enclosure, offering features usually found in more expensive models. Diablotek's legend offers a remarkably good deal on advanced features. However, these products often come with drawbacks and cut corners - but at $40 street, is this likely to be a showstopper? Realistically, it depends on one's needs and expectations.
NZXT's newest fan controller eschews touchscreens, blinking lights, and complexity for five sliders - linear potentiometers. Both elegant and simple, the Sentry Mesh fits in without standing out - especially on the many cases with steel mesh front panels.
While the mouse has reigned supreme as the pointing device of choice since its popularization at the hands of Apple two and a half decades ago, it was neither the first pointing device invented, nor is it the only modern choice available. Today we check out an alternative from Genius the Pen Mouse, which aims to redefine your concept of this interface.
Bowers & Wilkins has entered the in-ear monitor market. After the splash they made last time with the P5, leveraging decades of loudspeaker engineering expertise, this is a development worth observing. Mere cashing in or another category killer? Let's find out.
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