Logitech Unifying Receiver: Interference Troubleshooting

Own a Logitech wireless product but having issues with sticky or delayed keyboard or mouse responses? The solution may be simpler than you think. Continue reading “Logitech Unifying Receiver: Interference Troubleshooting”

Product Review: AmazonBasics Large DSLR Gadget Bag

Have a DSLR(or plain SLR for that matter) and looking for a quality bag on the cheap? We recently upgraded our gear to a Canon T6i (Video Creator Kit) and had to find something to protect our new investment as well as hold all it’s gear(and future gear) in one place. The solution? The AmazonBasics Large DSLR Gadget Bag. At less than $25 (USD), this was quite a deal. Continue reading “Product Review: AmazonBasics Large DSLR Gadget Bag”

Should I Upgrade My Tech?

Your device is two or more years old and the itch to upgrade has set in. Should you upgrade? Let’s review a checklist to help save you money and disappointment. Continue reading “Should I Upgrade My Tech?”

Product Review: Blue snowball

A while back we did an unboxing of the Blue snowball. Now we have used it for a while we can give it a proper review! So, is the snowball worth your money or do you need the Yeti? Also I’ll explain the difference between the snowball and it’s slightly cheaper brother, the snowball iCE. Continue reading “Product Review: Blue snowball”

Product Review: Foxx Electronics Tempered Glass Screen Protector for iPhone 5S

A while back I did a video showing how to apply the Foxx Electronics tempered glass screen protector and initial impressions. Now it’s time for the full review! Continue reading “Product Review: Foxx Electronics Tempered Glass Screen Protector for iPhone 5S”

Blue Snowball Unboxing

We recently bought a Blue snowball microphone to help record our YouTube videos! So, what exactly is in the box? Check it out below! Continue reading “Blue Snowball Unboxing”

Wiring Your Home Network Part 2: Making Wall Plates and Tool Review

Earlier this year I wrote about why I choose to wire my apartment with Ethernet. I reviewed the crimp tool I use to make patch cables(connect from the PC to the router or wall). Now I will show you the tools you need to make the wall jacks themselves.

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