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BlackBerry KEY2 Hitting Most of the Key Requirements

We've had the privilege of using the BlackBerry KEY2 for a few weeks now, and from our early impressions, things are looking pretty good for the companies latest phone. Based on feedback from users who owned the BlackBerry KeyOne, the company has made the necessary changes to make this one of the best BlackBerry devices ever to release. Let's dive into a few of the features we really like, and stay tuned for a full review later!

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Aventho Wireless from Beyerdynamic

A few months ago, the good people at Beyerdynamic sent us a box full of headsets, both those for casual listening and those for gaming. One of those sets within the box was the Aventho Wireless, an expensive but highly featured headset that provides quality Bluetooth audio from your device to your ears. While I wasn't a fan of the tiny ear cups, the sound was superb. Let's dive in.

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Nyko is Launching All New Accessories for Nintendo Switch

Today, Nyko announced that all new accessories would be coming to retail for the Nintendo Switch, most of which are launching this Spring or Summer, and will be available to pre-order on Amazon soon! The Nintendo Switch is one of the hottest consoles on the market right now, and companies like Nyko are finding new and innovating ways to create more and more physical products for them! Check out the details from the press release below!

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TCL Communications Announces the BlackBerry KEY2

The most advanced BlackBerry phone ever was unveiled today by BlackBerry production partner TCL Communications during a launch event in New York City. The phone will be much more powerful than the previous BlackBerry releases, and will maintain the physical keyboard and exceptional security that the brand is known for. The device will retail for about $829 CAN ($649 USD) and will be shipping later this month.

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HyperX Cloud Stinger Core

This will likely be one of the shortest headset reviews I've ever done on GamesReviews, and that isn't necessarily a bad thing. A few weeks ago, HyperX sent over the Cloud Stinger Core for the PS4 for us to try out, and my experience with the headset has been phenomenal, although for the price. At only 39.99 USD, the Cloud Stinger Core is quickly undercutting most of its competitors with this device, and delivers a fantastic, trademark HyperX products, with a few less bells and whistles than the premium lines.

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PDP Pro Charging Grip for Nintendo Switch

We are huge fans of Performance Design Products and all the accessories they produce for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and the Nintendo Switch. We enjoy two things: first, they are made with high quality parts that can withstand a pretty good beating from my kids; and second, all of their products are officially licenced by Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo, which means their teams have tested and used the products, and have given them their seal of approval. PDP has been a step above most other third party Nintendo Switch manufacturers, and have a number of great ...

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BlackBerry Mobile Launches Smartphone Fan League

In terms of weird email headlines, getting notification that BlackBerry was starting a Smartphone Fan League definitely ranks up their pretty high, but when I began surfing through the press release sent over by the PR firm, I was pleasantly surprised, and actually a little bit excited about what the company was proposing! Check out the details below, and take a peak at our BlackBerry Motion review!

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PDP Getting Everyone On Board With Pixel Pals

When you look across Performance Design Products list of Pixel Pals, one thing should immediately strike you: how many difference franchises the company has been able to work with, bringing their figures to pixel form. From DC to Marvel, and from Nintendo to Sony, everyone seems to be getting on board with the wonderfully crafted, light up collectibles. They have been, and still remain, a very hot collectible. Many of the early models are difficulty to obtain, and as more and more 3rd parties sign on to be partners, the list will continue to grow!

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Twin:Charge 4 and Twin:Charge X Review

Earlier this month, we had the opportunity to review the Charge:Tower Pro units for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 courtesy of Snakebyte. While we commended both units as being excellent storage solutions and dual charging units, we indicated that it came at a cost: space. As more and more people move towards a completely digital library, the need for towers to hold games is becoming less and less necessary. Enter an alternative product from Snakebyte: the Twin:Charge 4 for PlayStation 4 and the Twin:Charge X for Xbox One.

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Gamer2Go Custom Controllers

Recently, GamesReviews.com got connected with Gamer2Go and were offered a free product, a custom PS4 controller. When the Overwatch themed controller arrived at our door, I was flabbergasted. As these controllers do come from overseas, the wait time for it to arrive was expectedly long, but the second I pulled the cover off the box, I knew the wait was 100% worth it!

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