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Razer Star Wars: The Old Republic (SWTOR) Gaming Mouse, The Force is Strong With This One

We can’t help but notice the lack of diversity in the wireless gaming mice scene. Sure most manufacturers especially the big names have at least one or two in their catalog but rarely do we see them constantly take on varying forms. Razer’s Mamba and Naga Epic are amongst the flagship in Razer's mice catalog with the Mamba getting a refresh last year with souped-up features. This time around Razer takes their signature Naga Epic form and gives it a Star Wars redesign. Today we check out Razer’s Star Wars: The Old Republic (SWTOR) Gaming Mice, a new wireless gaming...

Razer Star Wars: The Old Republic Gaming Mouse Mat Review

In the gaming peripheral market, it’s not unusual for game publishers to collaborate with some of the manufacturers to design and develop hardware themed after their game. There comes a time where a product might be good but due to poor game reception, the product itself suffers. Also possible is the game itself might be good but the peripheral might suffer from a lot of issues. Different manufacturers approach these kinds of situations differently; some just stylize already good-selling products and some completely build from scratch. Today we feature one such offering from Razer and their Star Wars: The Old...

ECS Giving Away an X79R-AX Motherboard for your Sandy Bridge-E Pleasure

ECS is giving away an X79R-AX Extreme motherboard at their Facebook Phillipines fanpage. As we've recently reviewed, the new Sandy Bridge-E processors are the processor to beat and you'll need one capable board to bring out that raw power. To join in this giveaway all you have to do is like the ECS Motherboards Philippines fanpage, and click the raffle app link on the left of the page below the page profile picture. Just follow the steps provided and you're automatically entered into their raffle. Contest runs till February 26 so you still got plenty of time. Don't miss out...

JBL’s Giving Out An On Tour Micro Portable Speaker

For those not aware (and for those already aware), JBL is giving everyone in the Philippines a chance to win their On Tour Micro Portable Speakers at their Facebook fanpage. The rules are pretty straightforward: Just tag JBL Multimedia Speakers fanpage on your status and comment back on their post with the link to your status message (click the date on your post, it'd give you the link) and you are entitled to a raffle to determine the winner of that nice JBL On Tour Micro pictured above. Better be quick because the contest ends tomorrow, February 18th (as of this posting) so...

Talk2Gaming: What’s the best Dragon Ball game for you?

Talk2Gaming: What’s the best Dragon Ball game for you?

We're taking it light for this edition of Talk2Gaming and we want to ask you, the readers, what is your personal favorite Dragon Ball game. Yes, Dragon Ball. The one with Goku, Gohan, Vegeta and Bulma. The anime series that catapulted anime into US cable TV. The video above has inspired us to reflect on how Dragon Ball has affected our lives, and we think beating up Picollo and Brolli feels way better using a controller than powering up yourself. So do share to us what Dragon Ball games you enjoyed and why.

Free Stuff Make People Creative, especially if its a Cosmos II at stake

Well technically its not free, but it is for whoever CoolerMaster Philippines finds worthy of their Cosmos II ultra tower case which is up for grabs in their "What Would You Do for a Cosmos II?" video making contest. Rules are pretty simple, just go out there and show CoolerMaster PH what you would do for a Cosmos II. Interested individuals have until February 12, 2012 at 12pm noon WHICH IS TOMORROW (as of this posting) to submit their entries. And speaking of entries, you can see some of them after the cut. We really gotta hand it to this guy, with...

Razer Moray+ Gaming and Music Headset Review

With the portable gaming market slowly getting more and more diversified with smartphone platforms quickly finding their spot in what used to be a Sony versus Nintendo world, the platform-specific items needed for these devices are also getting numerous. From the games themselves, the memory card where you store your data chances are it’s going to be tied to that certain system. And the same goes for the listening equipment you use on those devices. If you're packing a PSP, DS, laptop, smartphone, a portable music player or all of those and want a listening solution to cover all of...

Mac’s GOTY – Screw You HATERS!

Mac’s GOTY – Screw You HATERS!

Screw all you haters, I’m calling in COD: MW3 on this one. COD: MW3 continues the winning streak that Activision’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare franchise is all so proud about. The game picks up straight after MW2 and puts us in the shoes of Frost, Yuri and the great Captain Price in a battle that will settle who makes history. Well, that’s for the campaign, which leads me to the reason why I picked this game as my game of the year: story-telling. Everyone’s got their reason for picking-up a game but there’s always that title that regardless of...

Kingston HyperX Genesis DDR3-1600 Quad-Channel Memory Kit Review

With the advent of the Sandy Bridge-E processors and its supporting chipset the X79, it also ushers in the era of quad-channel memory kits. This also comes at a time with RAM prices at an all time low which makes it nearly a no-brainer to upgrade your current dual- or triple-channel kit. It's 2012 baby and Back2Gaming's stepping up and we're starting things off with a volley of reviews to open up the new year. This week we have Kingston's HyperX Genesis quad-channel memory kit optimized for the X79 platform and we'll see if this part is worth being a...

Kingston HyperX SSD 120GB

  It can't be denied that the SSD market is growing at a very fast pace which can only be attributed to the ever increasing performance benefits we see from them. That said, we see companies left and right join the party trying to vie for consumers' attention ranging from the budget power user all the way to the high-end, no-compromise enthusiasts. Today we have the enthusiast-targeted HyperX SSD, Kingston's top of the line offering in the SSD space. Let's get revving and see if the HyperX delivers and as usual, let's make this showy! Kingston's HyperX line represents the...

Seagate Barracuda 3000GB Review

Storage used to be a one-sided affair for the desktop with spindle-based mechanical drives as the star of the show but now that SSD's are quickly establishing themselves, its making it harder for mechanical drives to differentiate themselves from each other. One thing that SSD's have yet to be proud of is their capacities, we've grown far from the day of the 40-80GB IDE hard disks with data ballooning to what it is today and demands to store these data are growing. Enter Seagate's newest large capacity offering, the Seagate Barracuda 3TB. We've reviewed Seagate's earlier 3TB offering, the Barracuda...

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