This is a video review of the BenQ MH530FHD projector that we recently wrote about.
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The Manhattan 2600 series speakers are small but play so loud that you’ll see me wince before having to turn the volume down. They’re extremely affordable and wired, great for desktop use at home with your laptop or smartphone, provided they has a 3.5mm audio jack.
BenQ has a reputation of offering great value for money in consumer electronics space. They’re doing it again with the MH530FHD, BenQ’s home entertainment projector that’s characterized by the last three letters -FHD- Full High-Definition, which means yes, 1080p!
The Treblab X11 are wireless bluetooth earbuds that have a lot going for it – good sound, small size, comfortable fit, and a 3 hour battery life (though it may go up to 6 hours, according to the manual.) But like many stories that seem too good to be true, this too has one or two caveats you should know about before you buy.
The Jabra Elite Sport is a pair of wireless earbuds that combine music playback, fitness monitoring and convenient controls into a tiny package that fits in the palm of one hand. And let me say that honestly, this thing is amazing…
The HyperX Alloy FPS is an excellent gaming keyboard with:
– 8 extra gaming keys
– Cherry MX keys (choice of Brown, Red or Blue)
– Full N-Key Roll Over
– 6 Lighting presets
– No key jamming
– 1000Hz polling
– Extremely affordable for a mechanical keyboard, $100 at time of review!
A 3 light kit by DOF (a company I couldn’t find a website for no matter how hard I searched) has a good, affordable 3 light LED kit that you can buy on ebay. Each light has an output of 4280 LUX and comes with diffusers. Watch the video to see them in action.
Plantronics RIG 600 is a great sounding headset with accessories that allow you to use them both at home when you’re gaming or on the go without the boom mic.
Video Review: The HyperX FURY Pro Gaming Mousepad is huge in its ability to give you more mouse space when you need to do some major fragging without having to lift up your mouse....
The Crasher XL promises a huge 30 watts of sound in a compact, water resistant body. Add Bluetooth wireless pairing and 13 hours of playback and it sounds like a great deal. So where’s the catch?