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Fnatic Gear RUSH G1, keys aglow all Cherry Red

Subject: General Tech | April 25, 2016 - 06:40 PM |
Tagged: input, fnatic gear, Rush G1, cherry mx red

The Fnatic Rush G1 features Cherry MX Red switches, with red backlighting that you can manually switch between three levels of brightness, a breathing mode and an off position for the old folks like myself.  For those who dislike the feel of a naked desk against your wrists  the inclusion of a wrist rest is a nice addition to the package.  The bundled Fnatic Rush Settings Software is somewhat limited compared to the competition, the five profiles are limited to ten macros apiece, if you need more than that you would have to use the Fn+Function key to switch between profiles on the fly which is not much help in the heat of a match.  Benchmark Reviews like more about this keyboard than they disliked, read through the review to see if you are in agreement.

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"The London-based company Fnatic currently offers four products: the Rush keyboard, the Flick mouse, and two types of mouse pad. Today Benchmark Reviews will look at the Fnatic Rush G1 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard equipped with Cherry MX Red switches."

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Microsoft announces Inky, no word on Blinky, Pinky nor Clyde

Subject: General Tech | April 26, 2016 - 12:58 PM |
Tagged: microsoft, windows 10

If you are in the Windows Insider program you will have a chance to check out the new build 14328 of Windows 10, which reveals many of the new features which will arrive in the so called Anniversary edition.  Once again they have chosen to change the Start menu, something which has always been well received by users, though perhaps this time it will not be so bad as the idea of a customizable Rail which always displays the power button and icons the user selects may be useful. 

They have also added Ink Workspace, aka Inky, which will make using a stylus in Windows 10 much easier, for those with touchscreens or tablets and a desire to draw or write by hand.  There are also quite a few things which sound less welcome, such as default save folders which vary from app to app and some odd behaviour from Cortana.  Read more about the new features over at The Inquirer.

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"Microsoft has released Windows 10 build 14328 to "Windows Insider" previewers. The build is available for both PC and mobile, and is described by VP Gabe Aul as a "MAJOR build, packed with lots of new features and improvements"."

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Source: The Register

Not just for the Beatles and Final Fantasy; the Kingston HyperX Cloud Revolver headset

Subject: General Tech | April 28, 2016 - 02:48 PM |
Tagged: audio, kingston hyper x, Cloud Revolver, gaming headset

50mm neodymium drivers have become standard issue on gaming headsets and the Kingston HyperX Cloud Revolver is no exception.  With a frequency range of 12Hz–28,000 Hz and impedance of 30 Ω this headset should work well with just about any device.  The steel and leather construction looks nice and will help these headphones resist being damaged while being stored for travel.  As to how they sound, Modders Inc rather liked this analogue headset, read more about it here.

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"The Kingston HyperX Cloud Revolver is the latest headset in Kingston's product family. Kingston's gaming headset line up has grown to four different models which feature both 3.5mm and USB connectivity."

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Source: Modders Inc