Silicon Power A66 Drives
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Gear Guide
Fenix PD36 TAC

OLight Open 2, Obulb and MR2
OLight Open, Obulb & MR2

Alcatel 1B & 1X
Alcatel 1B & 1X Smartphones

Free Can Cooler with $75 purchase

If you really, REALLY want to enjoy those days on the lake, out at the track or even just around the yard, having some can coolers "Koozies" if you will, is a great way to keep your favorite beverage chilled. Until May 2, you can get four free AMSOIL coolers if you purchase a mere $75 online. If you become a preferred customer, you'll get even more benefits and perks. 

Snag some oil for your mower, bike, car or truck - and keep your favorite beverage, cooler for longer. Use Promo Code CC0523FC when you checkout!


Quickshot Promo Ends April 25

What better way to kick off some real spring weather by getting out and enjoying the great outdoors! AMSOIL will help your maximize performance and minimize downtime. As a bonus, use the Promo Code CC0423QSS to get a bottle or two of Quickshot with your qualifying order. Hurry! Promo ends April 25.



If you are looking for superior products for your lubrication needs, look no further than AMSOIL. They have an amazing selection of products that work in every situation.

Until February 7th, you can get gloves and a pack of quick funnels with a $75CAD order. Become a Preferred Customer and save even more! Check it out here. Make sure you use code CC0223FGS


Gigabyte Gets Honoree for Making PC Simple to Build

Many years ago when I built my first PC, there was no real thought to cable management, clean builds - or even windows in the case for that matter. Life was restricted by floppy drive cables, 80-pin IDE cables and a lot more clutter. Things have slimmed down and gotten a bit easier, but cable management still is an art-form. Some cases are tough to build a clean PC in, while others make it much easier. Gigabyte has put together the AORUS STEALTH 500 - and this is an assembly kit that makes your PC look master class.

Check out the video below, then head on over to Gigabyte's site to see more details. This is a work of art.


ZeroWheel at CES 2023

CES is always full of lifestyle and fitness products (as well as tons of cell phone cases at Eureka Park), and many of them appear to be gimmicks. Over the past few years, I've taken a good, hard look at my health in order to perform better as a competitive athlete. I've shed a bunch of weight, improved my cardio and am on a quest to build some muscle. I'm a geek at heart and the challenges and fitness tracking I receive in my Garmin Instinct Solar help me stay on track. When it comes to motorcross, cycling and running, I'm all about goals, progression and improvement.

A product like the ZeroWheel piques my interest as it fills the gaps in my training. 




From the press release:

ZeroWheel offers fitness users four different modes, ranging from substantial assistance to intense resistance. ZeroWheel also acts as a personal training tool, providing data outputs and seamlessly linking to your smartwatch or phone to monitor your workout and provide feedback. The device can track your progress and encourage competition with friends and family. Additionally, since ZeroWheel provides assistance or resistance in multiple directions, the device can tone and train everything from triceps to calves to quads. ZeroWheel is portable, lightweight, and has a small footprint, making it an excellent addition to home gym environments.

More info here.

TP-Link Bets Big on WiFi 7

TP-Link has come a long way in terms of brand recognition and performance over the past few years. We've reviewed a few of their Archer products and they just keep on rolling out high-end products under a budget name that perform better than many others in the segment. A couple of their WiFi 7 products are the Deco BE95 - part of the BE33000 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi 7 system. This product offers Quad-Band 33Gbps Wi-Fi seeps and has 10G Fiber and Ethernet ports.


Built for the gamer - and looking a little bit like something out of Star Wars, is the BE19000 Tri-Band Wi-Fi 7 Gaming Router. This drops a band over the Deco, and some bandwidth - coming in at a mere 19Gbps - but it makes up for with with Dual 10G ports, acceleration (think packet prioritizing for games) and more. It's pretty and a pretty impressive piece of kit.


Check out more info and products from TP-Link here.

DeepCool Comes Back to Chill at CES 2023

We met with DeepCool several times over the course of our CES run and they always impressed with quality products, attention to detail and affordable price points. They've been absent from CES for 3 years, but are back and showcasing some pretty nice hardware that can take your PC to the next level. In addition to their new ASSASSIN IV cooler, they also showcase a very nice CH560 Digital case. This is a high-airflow, low-noise case that has a tempered glass side panel, three ARGB fans and an LCD that will highlight CPU and GPU status at the same time. It's a sharp looking unit that would fit well in any den, dorm or even office.


CH560 Digital


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Cooler Master Gets Creative

Cooler Master's CES 2023 pressence this year has been market with some rather eye-catching products. While many companies are satisfied to maintain the status quo with minor improvements, enhancements and "2.0" stuff, Cooler Master took a different route this year. From some really crazy PC Chassis designs to large and comfortable - as well as functional gaming chairs, they have something that will catch your eye and turn heads.

Synk X


Pictured above, the Synk X is a cross-platform haptic chair that "creates a new way to immerse yourself in a lifelike entertainment experience." That chair along with over 50 new products is why you should keep your eye on Cooler Master in the coming weeks.


Shark X Case
This is actually a PC Case!


LG Goes HUGE and Wireless

LG has arguably some of the coolest tech when it comes to TVs. There are other brands that offer more hype, and some that offer a lower price, but LG has pulled off some pretty nifty things in the past and they are at it again in 2023. Their new Signture OLED M3 is a 97" 4K beast that doesn't need to be plugged into your AV equipment. That's right, you can push your video content wirelessly to your massive screen. The catch is that it is "only" capable of 4K at 120Hz. There is a box - the "Zero Connect" box that sends the video signals to the TV, so you don't need special AV equipment to push the signal to your TV. Pretty much any HDMI-enabled gear can be plugged into the box and then pushed wirelessly to your TV. 



From the Press Release:

LG's wireless solution leverages state-of-the-art technologies to provide reliable video and audio transmission to the M3's self-lit OLED screen – allowing users to enjoy content at 4K 120Hz, and clear, crisp sound, without interruption or degradation of quality. To ensure the seamless transfer of data from the box to the TV, the company developed an algorithm that instantly identifies the optimal transmission path. The algorithm also helps to minimize transmission errors or disruptions as it can recognize changes in the immediate environment – such as people or pets moving around the room – and switch paths accordingly. Additionally, for maximum signal strength, the box's antenna can be easily rotated and/or tilted to align with the TV's location. And for maximum usability, Zero Connect box is voice recognition-enabled, meaning users can turn on and manage the M3 and connected devices using simple, spoken commands.

More information here.


Pepcom Recap from CES 2023

We always enjoyed Pepcom at CES. There were a lot of interested products that we got to take a quick look at, and then schedule more meetings if we wanted a more in-depth look later in the week. Also, the food. There was a ton of great food, social activity and lots and lots of Tech. Pepcom has shared a video from their Digital Experience you can view, skip through and perhaps find some good tech nuggests.


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