Let’s talk about Velcro. Why Velcro? I don’t know, I’ve always been a big fan of it and I think everyone should have a plentiful supply of velcro in their life. Don’t you think so?
It’s been a few months since the last walkthrough, so let’s take you through the house again and show you what’s changed since last time! Continue reading Home Networking: Third walkthrough
Now that the house is starting to become more finished every day I thought I would show everyone what kind of “backbone” equipment I will be using, a 10 Gigabit backbone! Continue reading Home Networking: Mikrotik 10 Gbps backbone
My Ducky Shine 2 keyboard was starting to show some wear, especially around the WASD keys. So I looked around and I ordered some (real) metal keycaps! Continue reading Metal keycaps for your keyboard
Browsing the interwebs and having found the 99 cent mouse in the previous post I looked further and found a Mechanical Backlit keyboard for about 40 dollars! And from what I could find, it might actually be the real deal. So I ordered one and it arrived this week. Let’s take a look shall we. Continue reading True Mechanical keyboard for 40$
Well that title is very clear. This article links to my video I made about computer cleaning! Continue reading Clean your computer or it might EXPLODE!
Although I believe this to be all well and great for the console gamers, I’d like to highlight a different perspective on it, the PC gamers perspective, let’s start with a bit of history!
–Warning: This post has been written very much from my (a PC gamer) perspective! Continue reading Xbox One Scorpio vs PS4 Neo, great news for PC gamers!
I recently purchased a new camera and needed a new SD card for it. I selected the Lexar 1000x Professional 64GB and before I used it in the camera I ran some tests on it. Continue reading Review: Lexar 1000x Professional 64GB
This week Mikrotik released the Routerboard wAP AC. Internally it resembles the recently released hAP AC a lot so I bought some to take a look!
A while back I tested a “dumb” active POE switch. But I still have devices which require passive POE and I don’t want a mess of cables and injectors. So I took a closer look at passive PE and what is possible with it. For this I tested some devices and you can view my review below.