Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury Review

For PC gamers, a mouse has to be a lot more than simply a functional pointing device. Logitech’s G402 Hyperion Fury tries to be that ultra fast fps gaming mouse that gamers need.¬†While it’s not…

Neffos N1 Review

TP-Link, the company behind the Neffos brand, is more commonly associated with consumer networking gear. They have launched a series of entry-level and mid-tier Android smartphones under the Neffos brand since 2016. The new Neffos…

Lazada X Logitech Surprise Box

Lazada is back again with their Surprise Boxes promotion, this time in conjunction with the Lazada Birthday Festival 2018 campaign to celebrate their 6th birthday. I have the Logitech brand box and I’m excited to…

Google Home and Home Mini Comes to Singapore

Google Singapore announced today that their smart speaker products Home and Home Mini will be available here from today (20 Apr). Previously, Singapore users can only purchase from other Google Stores, such as from the…

From Mac To Windows: Test Drive

I’ve been a Mac user for a long time. For the last 6 weeks, however, I’ve been actively using a Windows PC as my primary computer at work. I wanted to test if Windows will…

Protecting My Data With FreeNAS Replication

All my storage needs, public cloud aside, are now consolidated into a Network Attached Storage (NAS) box I built last year using FreeNAS. It has the equivalent of RAID5. However, whichever redundancy designed into a…

ASUS ZenBook Flip S Review

ASUS’ latest two-in-one convertible device is the ZenBook Flip S UX370UA. An evolution of the original ZenBook Flip I had reviewed back in 2016, the new two-in-one device is slimmer, faster, still luxurious, and a…

Yet Another DNS Doesn’t Make The Web Private

On 1 April, Cloudflare announced a new DNS service, one which they have described as the fastest, privacy-first consumer DNS service. That day is April Fool’s Day, but Cloudflare’s announcement assured us it is real,…

Thecus W2810PRO NAS Review

When I was first invited to review the Thecus W2810PRO NAS, I didn’t quite understand how a Windows NAS would be different from a Linux NAS. Most NAS devices are built on Linux, like the…

Privacy In The Cloud

The Facebook privacy breach kerfuffle that unfolded last week is a timely reminder that we need to care about our privacy on the Internet. Many of us don’t think about that enough. Some, perhaps, don’t…