Posts by: Michael Radon

Born in the Midwest, living in the Southwest, Michael Radon grew up wanting to make video games for a living before finding his calling as a writer. Though he often heads out on spur-of-the-moment adventures with little to no preparation, he's just as sure to remember his toothbrush as he is at least two portable consoles, a laptop and five to ten games on his person at all times just for those lulls in the action where he can squeeze in a few levels of gaming.

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MEElectronics Sport-Fi S6 In-Ear Headphones Review

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Normally, when reviewing headphones, the only things I need to consider are sound quality and comfort. When MEElectronics rolled out their new Sport-Fi S6 headphones designed specifically for fitness, the main thing I needed to consider is what they added to my workout experience. That being said, I put on...

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X-Arcade USB Dual Joystick Review

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Whether you grew up in the all-night pizza parlor video arcades of the 1980s or are just looking for an authentic complement to the classic video games on your computer or consoles, the X-Arcade Dual Joystick delivers on the classic American style arcade experience. Resembling the front of most arcade...

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Eightarc Fusion Review

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If you’ve been attending or watching on streams the latest fighting game events, you’ve no doubt spotted more and more players from the United States and overseas carrying around these white, black, or blue joysticks, slowly creeping into the market of the ubiquitous Mad Catz Tournament Edition sticks. These wide,...

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Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920 Review

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Billed as the first webcam that actually supports 1080p over Skype and 720p with other video calling services, Logitech’s HD Pro Webcam C920 is the best step you can take if you’re in the market for your first webcam or if it’s been a few years since you’ve purchased your...

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RetroDuo 3.0 NES/SNES Game Console Review

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As retro gaming becomes more and more of a niche market, there are two primary concerns to worry about. First, that the old games and consoles aren’t being manufactured anymore, and second, that authenticity in feel is of the utmost importance. For years, Retro-bit’s RetroDuo systems have been trying to...

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Aperion Zona Wireless Surround Speaker System Review

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Aperion’s Zona Wireless Surround Speaker System provide a level of quality mixed with convenience that many other surround sound systems can’t easily match. The transmitter hooks up easily to your output source using composite audio jacks or a quarter inch port, and then you have 150 feet to play with...

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Thrustmaster HOTAS Warthog Review

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Thrustmaster’s HOTAS Warthog, like the A-10 Thunderbolt II fighter whose controls it replicates, is an intimidating thing to lay eyes on.  With a two-stage trigger, four HATs (one which can be pushed down), and four buttons on the stick, as well as ten switches, 2 HATs (again, one which can...

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Zoom H2n Handy Recorder Review

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Writers such as myself like to romanticize about technology that was once essential to our craft but has been vastly usurped with the march of time. From carrying around a legal pad or  telling people that there’s “something about using an old typewriter,” to recording ideas and thoughts quickly using...

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Roccat Isku Illuminated Gaming Keyboard Review

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It’s so easy to take a performance keyboard for granted. For the longest time, I was using a Dell QuietKey. Nothing fancy, just keys that worked most of the time, whether I was typing up pages of documents, chatting online, or playing games, it was hard for me to justify...