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Braven release BRV-1 ‘battle ready’ portable speakers

The new Braven BRV-1 speakers look like something Judge Dredd would attach to his motorbike. The hint is in the naming as ‘BRV’ stands for ‘Battle Ready Vehicle’. These speakers are Bluetooth capable designed to work in tough environments, with bullets wizzing past your head. The BRV-1 are equipped with …

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Cherry turn 60!

CHERRY. The cherry logo stands for the best quality, technical innovation and design on the desktop. And this has been the case for more than 60 years now! The brand name CHERRY does not originate from a marketing idea, but rather from Walter L. Cherry, who founded a company for …

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IK Multimedia release ‘studio grade’ iLoud portable speakers

IK Multimedia have just announced new portable speaker systems which combine live instrument and music playback capabilities in sizes that can fit into a backpack. The difference? The company claim they are 2-3 times louder than comparable sized speakers already available. The iLoud speakers can deliver 40W RMS alongside the …

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DJ Teddy prepares to rock your desk and bed

We don’t often review the gimmicky stuff here at KitGuru. To be honest, we really use up far too much time on in-depth, world-class reviews of the hardcore kit you spend most of your free money on. But every now and then, something lands in the KitGuru Labs that can’t …

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Func designer gives details on MS-3 mouse launch

The folks over at Func are very pleased with themselves. Originally founded in 1999 by a group of gamers, Func is one of the oldest gaming brands on the market and today sees the launch of its MS-3 professional quality gaming mouse. . KitGuru gives the product a scan to …

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RHA SA950i Headphones Review

It would be fair to say that professional-grade audio and consumer-grade pricing are two characteristics that are usually considered to be mutually exclusive. In the SA950i pair of headphones, RHA aims to break this barrier by combining technologies more commonly found in studio equipment with a price tag that is …

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Sony announce world’s first OLED 4k 56 inch TV

Sony can now dismiss previous reports that they were abandoning the OLED TV market with the announcement of their new 56 inch OLED High Definition television set. The new prototype has been announced as the “world’s first and largest 56-inch 4K OLED TV.” OLED technology will be a fantastic next …

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KitGuru loves the quirky and unusual

While we know that most of the world will tread the same path, there are those who will ‘step off the reservation’ and do things in a different way. We like those people. But then there are the others. People who stray so far from ‘regular’ that, for them, the …

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Panel makers fined for TFT price fixing – again!

How many times can a company get fined millions of dollars for acting illegally – yet still carry on with the same kind of practices? When it comes to LCD panels, there doesn’t seem to be a limit. KitGuru gets word that the Chinese government themselves are now fining the …

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Arctic P402 Headphones Review

As the latest product to be released from Arctic’s headphones range, the P402 aims to couple an enjoyable music-listening experience with long-lasting comfort. Touting a frequency response range of 20 Hz – 20 kHz and 32 Ohm impedance, Arctic’s P402 Supra-aural headphones target users that want to enjoy a high-quality …

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Shocking profits behind TV stands and accessories

Across the globe, the major TV producers are on their collective knees. Nope, they’re not searching for a remote control under the sofa, they’re looking for any way to turn a profit – before they go out of business. With companies like Sony experiencing a share price drop that would …

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Sharp 60″ 4k TV coming in February

4K TV

HDTVs have been around long enough to become a staple in the living room of a contemporary family, so with people far less interested in 3D technology than manufacturers no doubt hoped, 4K resolution sets are beginning to appear. You’ll still be paying through the nose for them, but as …

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Patriot Gauntlet Node Portable Wireless 2.5″ HDD Enclosure Review

Turning towards the computing industry’s storage segment, Patriot’s latest drive enclosure aims to offer the flexibility of a portable hard drive with the convenience of a wireless streaming function. Can the Patriot Gauntlet Node portable wireless HDD enclosure establish itself as one of the market’s firm contenders? Offering support for 2.5″ HDDs and SSDs, the Gauntlet …

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ASUS RoG Orion Pro Gaming Headset Review

Today we are going to look at the latest gaming headset from Asus, the Orion Pro. Like the models we’ve seen previously, this falls under the ‘Republic of Gamers’ brand. As a result, we have high expectations for the headset as it must reflect the performance and style that we have experienced with previous models.

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4K TVs at £22k land on UK shelves

Often referred to as Quad HD, the next generation of TVs is chomping at the bit to arrive in our stores and living rooms. While Apple is content with packing more and more pixels into a smaller and smaller area, the TV companies seem more keen on delivering a regular-HD …

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Sony patents dual shock move controller

Dualshock

A new patent has been published, that seems to suggest Sony is looking to create a new type of controller that combines its traditional dual analogue stick setup, with twin motion move peripherals. While functionally it could be interesting, it looks pretty dumb. It seems like the controller will be …

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