2018 MacBook Air Review - What You've Been Waiting For

2018 MacBook Air Review - What You've Been Waiting For

This is the brand new MacBook Air this is the Mac for probably most people despite what some of the specs say so I thought we'd take a little bit closer look and I'll talk about what it's like to use over the past week that I've been using it so the MacBook Air comes in at 1199 and goes all the way up to $25.99 with 1.5 terabytes of storage so this is the model I think most people will get and this one comes in at $13.99 and what that gives you is a 1.6 gigahertz core i5 y series but boost it up...

Razer Phone 2: The Non-Gamer's Review

Razer Phone 2: The Non-Gamer's Review

This is a different sort of Razer Phone 2 review because for the past month I've been using it as a standard everyday smartphone more so than a gaming platform. I've read a few books, made a lot of voice calls, ad I've watched decades old television shows in glorious SD and I've played a video game or two from about the same era. In other words, I've used the Razer Phone 2 as a non-gamer and with one predictable exception, it has delivered. Just to get this out of the way, yes, I have used the ...

AFE Control Series Suspension Kit Review

AFE Control Series Suspension Kit Review

Hey everyone! Greg from CARiD.com and welcome back to the shop. And in today's video I've got a fantastic well engineered suspension kit to get your Ford Mustang right it's hackle some high speed corners. This time it's from the team over at AFE and this is their Control Series Stage 1 Suspension package. Now like always in this video I'm going to cover every single detail of the suspension kit from AFE. From its construction, what comes in the kit and how it can drastically improve the handling...

2920X & 2970WX Review - Is the Linear Pricing Structure the Right Way?

2920X & 2970WX Review - Is the Linear Pricing Structure the Right Way?

Right here on the table we have two new CPUs introducing the Threadripper lineup from AMD. This is the 2920X with its 12 cores and 24 threads coming in at $650 US or if you're in Australia, 1,019 AUD. Comes with a base clock of 3.5 gigahertz and the turbo of 4.3 gigahertz. And then they've got the 2970 WX. 24 cores, 48 threads coming in at $1,300 US or in Australia 2,040 AUD with a base clock of three gigahertz on all cores and turbos up to 4.2 gigahertz. However, how do these compare against th...

The most important Android phone

The most important Android phone

We are 10 years into the Android era and I've been talking a lot about how it's dominant now. There's over two billion users and it has over 80% worldwide market share. Now, in a previous video, we looked at why Android got started, but this week, I have a different question. How did Android get so big? If you take yourself all the way back to 2009, it was very much not a sure thing that Android would become the king of mobile. In fact, what you were looking at back then was like a six or seven-...

iOS 12 review: an update that will make your iPhone faster

iOS 12 review: an update that will make your iPhone faster

iOS 12 is out today, and if you've bought an iPhone or iPad sometime in the last few years, you've probably got a popup on you phone asking you to go and install it now. But like every year, there's always the same question. Should I install the update or is it gonna slow down my phone? But iOS 12's a very different update for Apple, and instead of focusing on bright flashy features like a wholly new interface or redesigned apps or improved widgets, Apple's instead put an emphasis on making iOS ...

The $450 Fortnite Laptop Lenovo IdeaPad 330S

The $450 Fortnite Laptop Lenovo IdeaPad 330S

Hey guys. We've done our fair share of Fortnite videos, but today we're taking a look at what might just be the best cheap laptop for Fortnite, the $450 Lenovo IdeaPad 330S. Take a look around, and this is a surprisingly solidly built laptop. So, Lenovo did opt to go with aluminum for the build, and well, for the most part it's sturdy. There's gonna be maybe a little bit of screen flex, as well as a little bit in the chassis. It does feel nicely sturdy. There's also a reasonable selection of po...

Razer Huntsman Elite Gaming Keyboard Review

Razer Huntsman Elite Gaming Keyboard Review

The Razer Huntsman Elite is one of the first gaming keyboards to use an operational switch. The optomechanical switches are designed to support your gaming habits for the next decade. Before we get started with our in-depth review, checkout the links in description to compare various pricing options on the Razer Huntsman Elite. Despite its kitchen-sink approach to design, the Razer Huntsman Elite is a very good gaming keyboard. Razer claims that its switches can withstand up to 100 million clic...

Pocophone F1 Review

Pocophone F1 Review

This is the Pocophone F1, one of the most talked-about phones around right now. At a starting price of 449 Singapore dollars, it’s the cheapest phone you can buy now with a Snapdragon 845 chipset. But as you would expect, there are some compromises made to get the phone to this price point. So let’s take a closer look at the phone, and see if it’s actually worth buying. Once you pick up the phone, you immediately find the first telltale sign that this is a cheaper phone. Inste...

Too Thin For A Keyboard: Lenovo Yoga Book C930

Too Thin For A Keyboard: Lenovo Yoga Book C930

Lenovo's calling this thing the Yoga Book C930, which brings it in line with the rest of the company's branding, but in my opinion, isn't quite flashy enough to do this product justice. After all, where else are you gonna get a Windows 10 laptop that's only 10 millimeters thick? Maxes out at 800 grams? One that pops itself open with a little knock knock on its casing. There are a lot of minor changes to the new Yoga Book, and also two major ones, which I'll cover first. I said Windows a second a...