Soundmagic E10C Review : Can the King retain its throne ?

Introduction Soundmagic is a Japanese manufacturer and most of us are quite familiar with the brand as being one of the very first to bring in high quality iems to the budget market. Their PL series is quite well known and their relatively newer E series lineup also impressed most of the critics all around. Today we are going to take a look at the Soundmagic E10C which for all intents and purposes is still the good’ol E10 but with a newer inline control which is now compatible with Android as…

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No Man’s Sky – A TechARX Review

I had just landed on my second planet and was immediately warned about possible radiation. This felt exciting as I had just moved from a somewhat safer planet. Under the presumption of something fascinating, I started wandering. But, I was met with just more scenery and no mission. Then I thought that maybe I had to go on a few other planets to actually advance through the game. Two systems later, I still had learnt absolutely nothing. This was my sad beginning to No Man’s Sky. So, without further ado,…

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Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – A Techarx Review

AT A GLANCE Game: Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Publisher: CD Projekt Developer: CD Projekt RED Platform: Review is based on the PC version of the game. Availability: Out now on PC. The Witcher series is a RPG based loosely on the novels by Andrzej Sapkowski and Wild Hunt is the last chapter in Geralt’s Journey. The Wild Hunt launched in early 2015 but saw constant release of updates and new contents all the way till June of 2016. This review will thus take a look at the game as a whole keeping all…

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Review: Thermaltake Tt eSPORTS Level 10M Advanced Gaming Mouse

Thermaltake has been up to quite a bit of late, and one of the latest products from their eSports peripherals has just landed at our labs. Ladies, gentlemen, and children of all ages, I would like you to recall a certain “Special” gaming mouse from Thermaltake – the original Level 10 M,that was the brainchild of Thermaltake and BMW Group subsidiary DesignworksUSA – and remember the critical acclaim that it was subjected to. Seems far from surprising that, given how delightful it’s older sibling still is, the recently released Level 10M…

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Exodus 6.0.1 Marshmallow Custom Rom On One Plus One- Review

This is just another addition to the huge collection of Custom Roms that we have on the OnePlusXDA forum. This is currently having nightlies and gets updates very frequently. Without further ado, lets get on this beautiful rom shall we? ROM AND UI FEATURES The Exodus rom has a lot of rich features integrated into it. Not only is it pre-rooted but also going inside the settings tab, we would find a variety of multi-usable features which includes the interface , hardware, rom controls, device profiles, layers manager( a modified version of…

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I want to be a human. Was it worth it ?

Indies are a trend now. Every small developer with limited production value can work on an Indie title and make it big. So today, we take a look at the newest Indie title to enter our gaming dungeon titled “I want to be a human”. Developed by Sinclair Strange and published by Rising Star games, “I want to be a human” is a side-scrolling and action-shooter-platformer hybrid with pixelated gore, dark humour, tons of things going on in the background added with flashing lights and a beautifully crafted soundtrack by…

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ASUS Cerberus: Mouse, Mouse Pad, and Headphone

Cerberus. The name invokes images of 3 headed dogs and infernal judgement in Hades realm. However, the Cerberus we’re reviewing today won’t bite you nor will it condemn you to eternal damnation. The Cerberus line of peripherals, launched recently by ASUS, is a move that does two things: diversifies ASUS portfolio and brings in more competition to the budget gaming peripheral section. One of those two things benefits us as the end user, no points for guessing which. The product briefing sent by ASUS details the products launched in this…

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Dark Souls 3 : Review

Title: Dark Souls 3 Genre: Action Role-playing Game Series: Souls, Dark Souls Publisher: FromSoftware, Bandai Namco Entertainment Release Date: 24 March 2016 (Japan), 12 April 2016 (World Wide) Price: $64.96(steam) Dark Souls III is an action role-playing video game developed by FromSoftware and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows. The dark souls 3 is the third and final product for the dark souls series from fromsoftware and Bandai Namco.   What is Dark Souls III? This game is the next entry in the Dark…

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Review: SteelSeries Rival 100

When a company like SteelSeries asks its engineers and designers to go back to the drawing board, you can expect a product which will either prove to be a success or something that will betray the hype. Today’s product on the spotlight, The SteelSeries Rival 100, thankfully is a moderately successful creation. Sensor: Set out with an agenda of creating a mouse with all the modern and necessary upgrades, SteelSeries used all their resources to bring forth the Rival 100 which ticked off all the right points on their board…

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