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Google Pixel 3 XL Review-in-Progress – The Camera 9.5/10

Last week, our good friends at Google Canada sent us a #GiftFromGoogle that included a Google Pixel 3 XL, a Google Pixel Charging Stand, and the Google Pixel 3 XL official case. Over the past few days, we've been putting the phone through its paces, and are happy to say that overall, we are incredibly impressed with the latest from Google. While we haven't had the device long enough to put a final score and verdict on it quite yet, we wanted to talk about a few of our favorite feature so far, beginning with the all new Camera features.

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SteelSeries Releases Limited CS:GO Howl Edition Peripherals

SteelSeries, global leader in gaming peripherals, recently announced the release of their latest limited edition peripherals that were featured at the FACEIT Major in London. This included a Howl Edition of both the Rival 310 gaming mouse and QcK+ Limited mousepad, both sporting the immensely popular Howl M4A4 gun skin from Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

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Turtle Beach Releases New ‘Atlas’ Line of Headsets

Top gaming headset and audio accessory producer Turtle Beach has just announced the release of ‘Atlas’, their newest line of PC gaming headsets. This new line is comprised of three different models; the Elite Atlas for pro-level performance, the Atlas Three for powerful amplified sound, and the Atlas One which delivers true versatility and great value.

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Playstation Classic Announced

Last night, Sony announced that they will be coming out with their own mini console (like the NES and SNES Classic). The Playstation Classic will be a small version of the PS1 and have twenty games built in. Check out the video announcement below, along with more details and my thoughts on the device. Playstation Classic will be coming out on December 3rd, 2018. It will cost $99 US (CAD$129.99), have twenty games built in, a USB cable, an HDMI…

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Sound BlasterX G6 First Impressions

Today, Creative Labs announced the launch of the Sound BlasterX: G6 external all purpose external sound card and ampliphier, with the ultimate goal of turning your less than stellar headset into a device that rival headsets that cost hundreds of dollars more. We've had the opportunity to use the G6 for over a week now, and are incredibly impressed with the results!

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Xbox Adaptive Controller Launching Soon

The Xbox Adaptive Controller will be landing in homes across the country in September, and today Microsoft unveiled just a bit more of what people can expect when they open up their controller for the first time. First though, let's take a look at the journey.

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Faceoff Wired Pro Controller from PDP for Nintendo Switch

If you are anything like me, you have likely applauded Nintendo for the invention of the Joy-Con. Two together makes a full, regular sized controller, but on their own they can quickly provide flexibility by allowing two players to play instead of one. It is an ingenious bit of technology that makes the Nintendo Switch compatible for two players, right out of the box. But let's be real, if the opportunity was available, and funds unlimited, everyone would purchase 4 Nintendo Pro Controllers and be done with these Joy-Con controllers all together. Sadly, at ...

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Samsung Gear S3 Frontier: Battery

One of the reasons most people shy away from smart watches is the assumed battery life such a device could have. Some of the fancy, higher tech devices require a charge every day and a half - which ultimately means you are charging every night to avoid it dying mid day. Even watches that claim to track your sleep become unusable as most individuals are popping them on the chargers overnight, limiting some of the watches functionality that consumers paid for. So far, after about a month with the Samsung Gear S3 Frontier, I haven't run into a single battery ...

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Samsung Gear S3 Frontier – Design and Build Quality

Thanks to our good friends at Samsung Canada, I've been giving a great opportunity to review the Samsung Gear S3 Frontier as I work towards some personal fitness goals. With six months to use the device, there will be ample opportunity to review it, provide feedback, and follow up on the experiences I've had to see if they've remained the same, gotten better, or progressively worse. Today, we will look at the design and build quality of the S3 Frontier, and talk about it's aesthetical nature. Is this something you want to sport in your day-to-day activities? ...

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Mad Catz is Back

After a several year Hiatus, Big Boy PR out of the UK announced today that Mad Catz was making a return to the accessories development marketplace, and had tons of new products and ideas in store for consumers. It's been a number of years since Mad Catz was a relevant brand; if my memory serves me right, their last major production project was the equipment for the Rock Band re-release, prior to that development being taken over by Performance Design Products when Mad Catz folded. Check out the video below, and get hyped for the return of Mad Catz!

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