AOPEN is a subsidiary of Acer that aims to provide devices to the budget market. Just like how Acer Nitro series is the budget gaming
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The Corsair Virtuoso RGB Wireless Gaming Headphones which we will address it as Virtuoso Wireless from here onwards is Corsair’s latest wireless gaming headset. While
It’s been quite some time since Corsair launched the K95 RGB Platinum back in 2017 and it’s finally getting a deserving upgrade that benefits both
Ever since we started to review gamepads or game controllers, we strive for one thing – multiplatform. We are now gaming in the age where many of us own more than one platform – be it multiple consoles or with a PC. The 8bitd0 SN30 Pro is a good example of that – and that’s a unique controller.
There is something about Nintendo and its products that has an everlasting yet memorable design. There are still many people hunting and collecting retro Nintendo hardware just for keepsake. With that in mind, there is a market for controllers that has the look and feel of these retro Nintendo controllers but with modern functions and compatibility. Introducing, the 8bitdo SN30 Pro controller which supports multiple platforms while looking like a SNES controller.
Gaming Freak is a brand that not many have heard but we’ve focused a few of their products here on Tech Critter. Now, we have the new Chanter Bullet with us. This is a very simple microphone. It’s a literally plug and play device.
This microphone is the company’s latest, highest-end microphone in its catalog right now. I’ve seen this microphone quite a while ago, and we have been using this microphone for a month – since the day before the whole movement control order started. I used this microphone for my gaming sessions, virtual karaoke with friends, and many more – but that’s not the only use for the Gaming Freak Chanter X.
Recently, Acer Malaysia announced a total of 7 new monitors to the Malaysian market. Two monitors caught my eye during the announcement – the new Acer ProSumer CB342CK and also the Acer Nitro XV340CKP. These two are very similar in specs – they’re both flat 21:9 monitors with 1440p resolution. The main difference here is the refresh rate. The CB342CK is at 75Hz, whereas the XV340CKP is at 144Hz. So I bit the bullet and went for the XV340CKP instead.