This is a wireless headset, the HS80 Max, released by Corsair in 2023, nearly two years after the first version, the HS80 RGB wireless headset. Compared to the first version, this new HS80 Max headset has added some necessary features, … Continue reading Corsair HS80 Max Wireless Gaming Headset Review
In the realm of portable handheld gaming systems, Ayaneo is a company that has garnered significant attention. Just this year alone, they have released dozens of dedicated handheld devices, with the Ayaneo 1S standing out as the pinnacle of portable … Continue reading The Future of Handheld Gaming: Comprehensive Review of Ayaneo Air 1S
The Steam Deck is one of the best handheld gaming devices available today and one of the most affordable gaming machines. However, the cheapest Steam Deck version only comes with 64GB of internal storage, which can barely hold a few … Continue reading How to Upgrade Your Steam Deck SSD
When it comes to opinions about playing games on various handheld consoles, everyone has their own unique requirements and preferences. What level of gaming are you aiming for? Are you looking for retro gaming, including arcade classics? Do you want … Continue reading Nostalgic Handheld Gaming: A Non-Professional Review of the Retroid Pocket 3 Plus
It’s been a while since I tinkered around… A few days ago, while browsing on Taobao, I stumbled upon a PS4 controller phone holder from a brand called “良值” that seemed to have a reasonably designed structure. I remembered someone … Continue reading PS4 Controller Phone Holder Brief Review: Android Controller Latency Bluetooth vs. OTG
I purchased this primarily to have something by my keyboard and mouse that I could pick up and play with at any time, similar to a stress-relief toy. Most stress-relief toys like fidget spinners and Rubik’s cubes lack any practical … Continue reading MOKOSE C200, an Afghanistan-style C-mount camera: A toy I like but wouldn’t recommend.
Towards the end of last year, I was thinking about getting a 3D printer to make toys for my daughter and to design some things for myself. I originally planned to buy an i3 3D printer, but considering that I … Continue reading My Computer Can’t Fit Anymore, So Let’s Get a 3D Printer – Voron 2.4r2
This gadget seems to have been on the market for over a year, and I had seen promotional images before. Back then, I only thought it looked great but didn’t give it much thought. Recently, while looking for a gift, … Continue reading Experience with B&O Beosound Emerge
Glasses User Experience: The screen size, brightness, and clarity are all good. In normal indoor daylight conditions, you don’t need to add sunglasses. The highest brightness setting can even be a bit too bright. (I’m used to high-brightness screens and … Continue reading Rayneo Air Plus Glasses User Experience with Mobo
The purchase of this machine is really a toss, the earliest announcement of this machine was really amazing, but it is a pity that Analogue is too ambitious and the announcement is too early. This small company can say that … Continue reading Happy nostalgic gamers! Brief Comment on Analogue Pocket
This machine really left me speechless. I placed an order in 20 years, but there was no news after it was shipped in 21 years. I wrote an email to check, and saw the American version of formalism. First, he … Continue reading Two years behind the unboxing, let’s take a look at the American Tomahawk, ATARI VCS
I initially didn’t intend to purchase the ROG Ally, but when my Steam Deck struggled with playing The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, I decided to get one, especially since the Ally’s 30W performance mode was available on JD.com. After using … Continue reading Steam Deck vs. ROG Ally: A Side-by-Side Comparison
Among all the products in this iteration by Samsung, what attracted me the most was the Tab S9 (the smallest one). My primary use for a tablet is: watching videos (online and with local players), recording meetings, basic office tasks … Continue reading Bought what is said to be the most worthwhile purchase in this iteration of Samsung products, the Galaxy Tab S9.
Now that I work for a private company, recording is often a necessity for work, and efficient meeting records and communication are key in my work. Accurate meeting records can enhance work efficiency. When discussing with colleagues, it’s necessary to … Continue reading I bought a niche earphone, the iFLYBUDS Nano from iFLYTEK, which is suitable for iPhone call recording.
Three years ago, I bought the first-generation Narwal floor mopping robot and used it for about two years in total. Over time, Narwal released the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th generations, but after extended use, I found several issues. Sweeping and … Continue reading After three years, I’ve returned to manual floor cleaning—got myself the Narwal S1 floor washing machine.
I’ve been following the foldable screen trend for a while now but never delved too deep into it. When the Mix Fold 2 came out, I did take a closer look. It was slim, had a clean design, and looked good. But upon further investigation, I felt that the specs were a bit lacking. No front-facing camera and the rear camera was a bit of an afterthought. As a practical person, I couldn’t justify the cost of something with such low value. So, I continued working hard. In between my work, I would occasionally reflect on life. Now that I … Continue reading Finding Some Fun for Myself~~ Got the Xiaomi Mix Fold 3 Moonlight Edition with 16+512GB
Today, while shopping at the mall, I saw the Samsung Z Fold 5 on display at a Samsung store. Compared to the previous generation, it had significant improvements in its hinge design. Coincidentally, my iPhone was causing signal issues and … Continue reading Samsung Z Fold 5 Initial Impressions
I’ve had the Samsung S23 Ultra for exactly two months now, from the day it arrived until today. Initially, I had plans to buy this device, and I was actually thinking of waiting until June 18th to see if it … Continue reading Two Months of Experience with the Samsung S23 Ultra
After using it for a few months, I am very satisfied with this portable screen, especially the included magnetic stand, which makes me recommend it to all friends who want to experience a magnetic stand. I previously purchased a portable … Continue reading Low-Cost Approach to Obtaining and Experiencing the Magnetic Stand for ASUS Portable Monitor
ROG laptops this year continue with their impressive lineup, from the powerful Gunshin and Mobad series that kicked off with the 40 series, to the handheld Ally, and then the slim and light Zephyrus X, Zephyrus 13, and Zephyrus 14. … Continue reading ROG Zephyrus 14 2023 Edition AMD 7940HS+4060 Initial Experience
I’ve been interested in E Ink displays for quite a while. After noticing that my eyes felt strained while reading on my tablet at night, I decided to explore E Ink e-readers. After a month of consideration, I took the … Continue reading A Brief Overview of the Boyue Tab10c E-Reader with Fast Refresh Color E Ink Display
A few days ago, wasn’t the Pro Controller experiencing drifting issues? However, it miraculously fixed itself this week. Even though the problem hasn’t resurfaced, I thought it would be wise to have a spare controller just in case. Lately, many … Continue reading Switch Pro Controller Alternative? A Fair Review of the Recently Popular Mobapad Chitu Controller
In the past, we used to criticize knock-off products, calling them “knock-offs.” But now, it’s no longer a knock-off! Behold the ROG extravaganza! Just powered down. Overall, it’s quite impressive. Let’s start with the specs: CPU: AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme … Continue reading ROG Handheld Arrives – Brief Review
Over the years, I’ve generally worn smartwatches. It’s been three years since I bought the Galaxy Watch 3 in 2020, and while it has served me well, I was starting to feel a bit tired of it and wanted a … Continue reading Casio G-Shock Heart Rate Square DW-H5600 Half-Month Usage Experience
I’ve been using Sony phones for eight years now – Z3, Z5, Z5P, XZ, X1, X5, X1m2 – and this time, the X1m5 has addressed the heat dissipation issue. The back panel is matte glass, and it’s pretty close to … Continue reading Got myself the SONY Xperia 1V, let me share my thoughts.
Software and Hardware Platform: M1 iMac + Photoshop + Camera Raw + Lightroom Classic, available on Taobao for 1899 yuan with a six-month interest-free installment plan. Requires installation of driver software that runs in the background. It is used frequently … Continue reading loupedeck+ Color Grading Keyboard Mini Review
I impulsively ordered the Quest Pro and had it directly shipped from the US for $1723.35, including taxes. It was shipped on October 26th and arrived on November 4th (in Shanghai). After several days of intense use, I’d like to … Continue reading Entrance to the Metaverse: A Brief Review of Meta Quest Pro
Razer Pro Click Mini, Logitech MX Anywhere 2, Rapoo MT550, Logitech MX Master Among these mice, only the Razer Pro Click Mini is relatively new (released in 2021), while the rest are older products that have been discontinued, with not … Continue reading Comparison of the User Experience of Several 2.4G+Bluetooth Dual-mode Mice
A few days ago, I unexpectedly found out that the Panasonic SV1 officially hit the market! This thing used to only appear on second-hand electronics markets and online platforms. I’ve decided not to wait for the 2022 model of the … Continue reading Tears welled up with a full-throttle of 180 degrees, Panasonic CF-SV1 Laptop
Preliminary summary: I had been using the Sony VW255 (VW278 in the domestic model) for over 500 hours and noticed a decrease in picture quality compared to when I first purchased it. I had inquired about other machines on TG … Continue reading Brief Review of Sony Laser Projector XW5000