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Chris cut his teeth on MMOs in the late 90s with text-based MUDs. He’s written about video games for many different sites but has made MMORPG his home since 2013. Today, he acts as Hardware and Technology Editor, lead tech reviewer, and continues to love and write about games every chance he gets. Follow him on Twitter: @GameByNight

September 2009
Last Active
April 2024
The Zelda Keyboard: Angry Miao AFA R2 Review

The Angry Miao AFA is back with a brand new version inspired by pop culture and the Legend of Zelda. We built our own Zelda-inspired keyboard and the final product borders on art. This is a keyboard unlike any other and you won't want to miss it. Find out more in our review!

Jabra Elite 10 and Elite 8 Active Review

Jabra released it's latest generation of true wireless earbuds and we have both in for testing. The Jabra Elite 10 is the flagship, complete with customizable spatial audio and top-tier ANC. The Jabra Elite 8 Active is military standard tested to be the most durable pair of ANC earbuds on the market. At $249.99 and $199.99 respectively, do these buds offer enough to put Jabra back on top? Find out in this review!

Exploring Xiaomi's New Line-Up - Xiaomi 13T Pro, Smart Band 8, and Watch 2 Review

Xiaomi just unveiled its latest round of smart gear, including the Xiaomi 13T Pro Smartphone, Xiaomi Watch Pro 2, and the Xiaomi Smart Band 8. Made for creators and active users, these devices aim to reshape your quality of life. Read on to find out if they succeed.

HiFiGo Announces the Gizaudio x Binary Audio Chopin

Courtesy of the team at HiFiGo, we have word that popular audiophile YouTuber, Gizaudio, has released his latest collaboration, this time with Binary Audio. This new in-ear monitor (IEM) is called the Chopin and adopts a hybrid driver design. Consisting of a dynamic driver and three balanced armatures, the focus of this new pair of earphones seems to be detail, potentially making it a great fit for gaming as well. It's available for pre-order now for $199.

Drop CSTM80 Mechanical Keyboard Review

Drop, now owned by Corsair, just announced its latest custom mechanical keyboard. The Drop CSTM80 is designed with customization in mind, feature a configurable typing experience, magnetically swappable cases, full programmability and more at only $99 for the barebones version and $150 fully built. Drop is back. Find out why in this review.

Just Fun Tech: Velotric T1 ST E-Bike

Welcome back to Just Fun Tech, our column dedicated to the wider world of just plain fun technology. Today, we're diving back into the second half of our outdoor tech series with the Veloctric T1 ST, a lightweight e-bike that can speed you up to 25 MPH, but only if you pedal along! It was a blast to get outside and away from the PC with!

Epomaker Shadow-X Mechanical Keyboard Review

Epomaker is back with its latest affordable mechanical gaming keyboard with the Shadow-X. With a sleek design, excellent typing experience, and tri-mode wireless, it's yet another banger in a year of excellent affordable keyboards. Find out if it's worth picking up for yourself in this review!

MM Studio Class80 R2 Review: Oh-So-Retro

The MM Studio Class80 is back with brand new improvements. It doesn't get more retro than this. And it's glorious. This may well be the retro keyboard of your dreams. Find out more in this review!

Bowers & Wilkins PX7 S2e Review

Bowers & Wilkins just refreshed its PX7 with a brand new version, the Bowers & Wilkins PX7 S2e. The "e" stands for "evolved," but how evolved are they? Find out in this review!

Das Keyboard 6 Professional Review

Looking for a keyboard that's custom-tailored for professionals? Look no further than the Das Keyboard 6 Professional. It's as elegant as business keyboards come and has some killer features you won't want to miss. Find out more in this review!

Thieaudio Hype 2 Review: Mid-Range Excellence

Thieaudio is back with its latest pair of earphones, this time targeting the mid-range with high performance at a reasonable cost. The Thieaudio Hype 2 is more than hype. Find out more in this review.

Meletrix Zoom98 Review: Perfect for Gaming and Productivity

Meletrix is back with its latest affordable custom keyboard kit, and if you've been craving a numpad, this may just be the kit for you. Find out in this review.

Lemokey L3 Review: Keychron Goes Gaming

Keychron has released a gaming brand called Lemokey, and we have its first-ever mechanical keyboard in-hand for review. Is the Lemokey L3 worth the $214 cost of entry? Find out in this review!

Watch Out, Wooting: Akko Launches New Adjustable Magnetic Switch Keyboard

Magnetic switches look like they might just be the new big trend in gaming keyboards. Wooting was one of the first brands to offer glassy, magnetic switches in its keyboards and it still one of the most popular today with its Wooting 60HE, but Steelseries, Corsair, and now Akko are official on the Hall Effect train as well. The competition is hot!

YUNZII's Affordable New Keyboards are Anything But Budget  #yunziikeyboard

YUNZII is a maker of affordable mechanical keyboards, and we recently went hands-on with the Z98 and AL71 to see how they fared. TL;DR: These keyboards are affordably priced but are anything but budget. Find out why in this review.