Sonarworks True-Fi

LG V30 Smartphone

P1 Power Sport Watch
P1 Power Sport Watch

NC50 Noise Canceling Earphones

PSU Pile

Big Case Collection

As we keep on working our way through the news bucket, we've got a bunch of case reviews to share with you.  If you need a new home for your gear, you may find just what you need below.

SilverStone Fortress FT03-MINI - HardwareSecrets --=-- SilverStone Grandia SST-GD08B HTPC Chassis - TweakTown --=-- Thermaltake Armor Revo Snow Edition - HiTechLegion --=-- In Win BUC 101 - TechPowerUp & NikKTech --=-- Corsair Vengeance C70 Case - HardwareSecrets --=-- CM Storm Trooper - HardwareLook --=-- Silverstone Temjin TJ08-E Evolution - TechReport

OCZ RevoDrive 3 120GB PCIe SSD

RevoDrive 3We have just taken a look at the OCZ RevoDrive 3 120GB PCIe SSD.  This is a workstation storage solution that utilizes a PCIe 4x slot and offers some pretty crazy performance.  It's not for everyone, but now that the price of these is down to $2/GB at time of writing, they are somewhat affordable.  Take a look and see if it has a fit in your system.

Although the RevoDrive series from OCZ is not made for every platform, desktop and workstation users that need some extra performance can benefit from the 4x RAID 0 stripe created by the RevoDrive 3.  This is why the performance of this product is rated so high.  On one little board, we are sitting with a quad-drive RAID 0 array.  This stripe should be pretty fast.

Android App Pick - Sprinkle

We have just posted up our 35th App Pick of the Week and this week we are gaming it up with some Sprinkle for the Android.  This game is a bit like Where's My Water (a previous pick), but it has a few awesome differences and is loads of fun.  Check it out and find out why it's our pick of the week.

Please post your thoughts, comments, questions and suggestions for next week's Android App Pick of the Week!

Wii U Details

With E3 kicking off today and the press conferences already taking place over the weekend, details have slipped regarding the Wii U GamePad and it is now official.  It can also act as a two-handed remote.  Just what we all need and want, right?   More info at CNET.

The company also introduced the Wii U Pro, a controller for those who prefer a more traditional experience. Shaped more like the Xbox 360 controller, the Pro sports Nintendo feature buttons and a pair of joysticks. It was showed off in black.

QNAP 3.6X Software Deep Dive

A QNAP Network Attached Server is an amazing piece of hardware and the cool thing about this company and their products is that they keep updating the software to bring a lot more features and performance to their products.  TweakTown takes a deep dive into the software that comes on their products and shows how powerful and feature-rich a QNAP device is.

A few months ago we dove right into QNAP's new MyCloudNAS Service, but several other features were added in the 3.6 software release that we haven't covered. Among those are a new VPN Server, LDAP Server, Storage Plug & Play and Proxy Server. Improvements were also made to the Music Station, Photo Station, QPKG Center, Backup Services and a new Web File Manager with URL Sharing.

Video Game Releases

If you're not at E3 or Computex this week, perhaps a new video game would interest you?  ShackNews has posted the lasted releases of the week and they are below.  Get all the gaming bits at their site, and the bare list below.


  • Bang Bang Racing (Steam - $10)
  • Dungeonbowl
  • Strategic War in Europe (download - $15)
  • The Sims 3 Katy Perry Sweet Treats


  • Bang Bang Racing (XBLA - $10)
  • Inversion
  • Madagascar 3: The Video Game
  • Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown (XBLA - $15)


  • Bang Bang Racing (PSN - $10)
  • Inversion
  • Madagascar 3: The Video Game
  • Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown (PSN - $15)


  • Madagascar 3: The Video Game


  • Madagascar 3: The Video Game


  • Curling Super Championship (DSiWare - $5)
  • Madagascar 3: The Video Game

Gaming Hardware

If you are planning on snagging one of the games from the release list this week, perhaps you could use some extra gaming peripherals or at least something that isn't covered with years of pizza grease.  Take a look at some of the latest reviews of some great gear.

Zowie AM Gaming Mouse - TechPowerUp --=-- CM Storm QuickFire Pro Gaming Keyboard - HardwareSecrets & TweakTown --=-- SteelSeries KANA Black Gaming Mouse - NikKTech --=-- SteelSeries SimRaceway SRW-S1 Steering Wheel - NikKTech --=-- SteelSeries Kinzu V2 Pro Edition - Vortez --=-- CM Storm Sentinel Advance II High Performance Laser Gaming Mouse - TweakTown --=-- Filco Majestouch-2 Ninja – Cherry MX Brown - XSReviews

Motherboard Madness

Gmail Hacks That Will Change Your Life

If you are a Gmail user (like me), you might want to take a quick peek at BuzzFeed today as they are showing you some Gmail hacks that will "change your life". I'm not making any guarantees that they will completely change your life, but at very least they might save you a little bit of time and give you something to do instead of working on a Friday.

If you hate email and want to spend less time dealing with it, then over the next few days I’m going to show you some Gmail hacks to make life easier on you and the people you communicate with, all without changing your daily email habits.

When Gmail launched in 2004 it had three big innovations: storage size, conversation view, and labels. For most people, those eight-year old features continue to be enough. Over the years Gmail’s storage capacity has grown from 1 GB to 10 GB, conversation view has become more conversational, and they’ve dragged us kicking and screaming into using labels.

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