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Rii K63c is the little brother of the K61c mechanical gaming keyboard

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2 SharesShareTweetSharePinBy little brother, I mean that this one has no keypad on the right side. That’s right this keyboard features and style is exactly like the K61c except for the fact that there’s no Numpad on the right hand-side. This is Rii latest offering with the K63c in their series of mechanical gaming keyboard. The switch type is base …

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Air mouse controller hooked up to an Android TV box? WHAT?

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4 SharesShareTweetSharePinWhat in the world is an Air Mouse, trust me, this is nothing close to the concept of the Air Guitar. This is essentially a remote packed with features and a keyboard. It also provides you with the ability to use it just like you would with a Wii remote. The remote connects via a 2.4G WiFi dongle and …

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Flipstick from TYLT kickoff page goes LIVE!

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0 SharesShareTweetSharePin[Update] – Flipstick from TYLT kick off page goes LIVE! TYLT just reached out to us to let us know that their registration page for the Flipstick page is gone live. If you’re interested to see when everything starts rolling out, you may want to opt-in to the mailing and get the details. You can visit the page here …

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Video review : Volutz FLUXPORT Dual USB-C and A wall charger

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0 SharesShareTweetSharePin  Volutz FluxPort made by a Swedish company, tested by recognised independent 3rd party labs for safety, performance & compliance. FluxIQ technology detects your device and distributes the perfect charge current & speed, regardless if your device is Apple, Android or accessory such as Bluetooth™ devices. Compatible with lightning cable, USB-C cable, Micro USB and more. ChargeSafe technology makes …

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[UPDATE] Loaded Android O on the Nexus 6P – So far so good…

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0 SharesShareTweetSharePinI wasn’t going to be I did it anyway. I loaded the preview of Android O on my Nexus 6P against all better judgement and I’m going to use it as a daily driver (shocker!) I know right? While this is intended for developers to get a feel for Android O, this is also a good way for bloggers …

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