Logitech are one of the most popular manufacturers in the industry and are best known for their huge array of peripherals and accessories. Most of you probably have or have had a Logitech product in your home at some point whether it be speakers, a mouse or even a gaming accessory such as a steering wheel.
Today we’re going to be looking at the Logitech Harmony 1100, the successor to the popular Harmony 1000. The Harmony 1100 is a universal device allowing you to simplify your entertainment setup by controlling your entire collection of equipment with just one remote. The main feature that sets apart the Harmony 1100 from most universal remotes is the 3.5” LCD touch screen interface. Whether this luxury works well in this application remains to be seen, but the product has other features on offer such as RF capability and access to Logitech’s huge library of control codes.
Many devices support SD cards for storage and as a result there is a massive amount of models on the market. Many of them claim enhanced durability and fast speeds but not all will deliver. Today we take the latest USH-I class cards from 3 major brands for a spin to see how they stack up. Especially useful if you have a recent DSLR which can take advantage of modern cards.
Today Kaeyi looks at a slightly different product than usual but one everyone undoubtedly uses - a chair. Here we have the GT Omega Pro Racing Office chair, featuring that familiar bucket race seat design. Watch her video review now.
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Thief: Mantle Performance
A few months ago AMD and Dice released a patch (and driver) which enabled the first real world example of Mantle. For those who haven't heard Mantle is a platform which replaces DirectX when using AMD cards, allowing game developers better access to the GPU with...