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Review #69: XREAL Air “AR” Glasses ★★☆☆☆

High on promise, low on execution Introduction First things first, I consider augmented reality (AR) to be something that overlays computer generated content on top of the user’s environment in real time, thereby augmenting it. The XREAL Air does nothing like that […]

Tutorial #24: Tweaking the Asus Tuf Gaming A15

Previously, in my review of the laptop, the only tweaking I had undertaken was an auto-overclock of the GPU which, as per expectation, yielded a performance improvement of around 6% overall with only a slight loss in CPU performance, purely on the […]

Tutorial #21: Soft Tip Dart Assembly (Geologic)

How often does it happen that you trundle in to a shop out of boredom and end up making an impulse purchase just because it is the most exciting thing at that moment? This was the case with me at Decathlon earlier this week […]

Musing #61: Adapting apps for Gear Fit2 (Pro)

While the original post was about the 2048 app, I feel it would be best to have a single post for all my adapted Gear Fit2 (Pro) apps. The original article is still present below for any guidance it may provide in […]

Musing #57: Steam Link on Fire TV

The release (or lack of it) of the Steam Link app caused a lot of brouhaha in the past month. While it it is meant for mobile devices, it undeniably adds a lot of value to the Fire TV and for that […]

Tutorial #15: Running Comanche Gold on Windows 10

Update #2 (Dec 2021): Finally got around to testing Comanche Gold on Windows 11 and the good news is that the original guide still works a treat, even though I have a different laptop now. The DXGL version at the time of […]

Musing #53: Cluedo Champ!

Somehow, my childhood never crossed paths with Cluedo amongst the myriad of board games that helped shape it. Ironically, I watched the related movie several years back without having ever rolled the dice within Tudor mansion. I suppose the ignorance of those days, […]

Review #49: Masters of Doom ★★★☆☆

It is not all doom and gloom! This was a strange choice of book to begin a new year with but it is one of those things that pique your interest and you follow through with it. Stranger still is the fact […]

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Musing #46: Saitek R440 Force Feedback Wheel

There are some items that you hold fond memories of but there comes a time when you have to let it go. I suppose I am attaching a bit too much emotion to an inanimate object, but the Saitek R440 Force Feedback […]