This company approached me a few weeks ago and wanted me to review some of their products. Obviously I wanted to test it for myself , so I agreed since I have seen their products being sold in many places, and have heard of personal recommendations from friends too.
GK2000 Horus keyboard confirms that ASUS is moving all of their products to cope with their owl themed designs and aesthetics across all products. They can even incorporate an owl design into a keyboard - and that became the RoG GK2000 Horus mechanical keyboard. Named after the Egyptian's falcon-headed god, I expect that the GK2000 is nothing less than a godly-leveled keyboard from ASUS.
Transcend is well-known for their extremely rugged external hard disks. Personally speaking, I was really impressed by Transcend's first ever military-grade shock resistant external hard disk. Now, the sequel to that series of hard disk is on the table - and that's the StoreJet 25H3. Particularly, the TS3TSJ25H3P, the 3TB variant.
About a year ago, I reviewed the predecessor first ever wireless external hard disk - the first ever WD My Passport Wireless. Now, WD returns with the brand new WD My Passport Wireless Pro - and in my opinion, it's inching closer to a photographer's wet dream.
Beyerdynamic's 2014 lineup of new earphones are something to look at - especially the DX series, which they claim are premium pair of earphones. Now, this does look and a lot like the DX 120 iE, but I can assure you that this pair of earphones is something that just blew my ears apart.
We have the Armaggeddon Mikoyan FOXBAT-III Kevlar-13 Wireless Mouse here. First of all, I have no idea why Armaggeddon loves such long-named products. While that is indeed its complete name, it excludes the word "gaming" in it. Also, Armaggeddon released two versions of the FOXBAT-III mouse - one is the Ironsight-7, and the other one is the one I'm reviewing here, the Kevlar-13. Again, I have no idea why they opted for such lengthy and confusing naming schemes.
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