As the definition of sporting has now included eGaming it is no wonder that there is such a crowd following. Just as any sport measures and pushes certain physical traits to the maximum, physical tune-ups like muscles all the way to reflexes and mental tune up’s like reaction time and accuracy of predictions in physical sports, eSports push for strategic problem solving and improves on clarity of thought as efficiency proves to be the basis for success. Parts of the brain, when under thought and stress, create new neurological pathways for increased efficiency of thought (but do remember to also give yourself moments of silence for the other parts of the brain, Grey Matter Efficiency).
Also, for those RTS folks out there, when approaching life and its unknowns, remember the first rule of battle, upgrade the units to improve battle outcomes which saves you resources that provides for higher tech (now change the perspective from RTS game to life; upgrade yourself, save resources, invest in things that bring back value).
So with the rise of eSports, Gigabyte enters the media-centric gaming route by working with Twitch and specializing their Aorus, as George Carlin an American comedian said clearly “We are a warlike people”. Thus, the ‘warlike’ theme continues as the Aorus boasts a camouflage design that is embedded into the plastic itself and not a paint job on the outside. The design turns the gamer on into the gamer focus mode. As a professional eSports gamer the next step after acquiring the skills is to broadcast and create a following. This was Gigabytes next step in improving the gaming experience on their Aorus gaming laptop. They boast Dual NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M (Note: Normally used in desktop tower-based systems) to create the world’s most powerful 17.3″ laptop, and here’s why they needed more power. Entering two markets the Aorus aims at providing the best VR environment with the best performance available on the market, as well as create a seamless experience with screen recorders during high graphics gaming events for the best quality and highest frame processing for multitasking with games and streaming software to begin in creating that community.
As Virtual Reality becomes more and more feasible to the general public companies like Gigabyte begin preparing their future projects to create a more convenient experience.
This Aorus branded harness for your laptop will let you move around freely as you play the virtual reality game of choice. The problem this harness solves is the inability of current technology to overcome the data transfer quantity required for a set of wireless VR goggles without losing quality, and may take years to research. With VR requiring double the processing of a regular graphics CPU, one for each eye, the data processing between the laptop (Brain of the VR engine) to the output (VR goggles) can only be achieved through cable for optimum experiences.
Though question may arise on the general VR future based on hardware size and living space, it does give a decent job to commercial services to provide these Virtual Reality “Parks” maybe? These parks could be locales virtual reality enthusiasts can meet and play, but thats just an idea for someone out there to get in the middle of the night and perfect it in the new and rising Virtual Market. It just seems so limiting to most of the population that nowadays shops at Ikea for space saving furniture… to have to wave around a virtual rifle and risk smacking into the wall and or breaking that vase your fiance bought for your anniversary… ouch. It doesn’t take too much to imagine what a virtually “blind” person with a controller in the shape of a rifle can do in a tiny room full of stuff.
Gigabyte is working closely with Twitch and their community to assert their efforts into the gaming community as the media capture leader, in essence, they are building their products to be able to stream and play simultaneously with as least lag possible for the expansion of the gamers’ online profile and community.
More on the potential Gigabyte and Twitch.tv partnership in the future, for now check out their channel here!]]>
League of Legends, Gamer Rigs and Mods, Liquid Cooling, RGB LED flavored Mousepads, Keyboard, and Mice. Just say Thermaltake and the inner gamer begins to stir up from the deep busy day by day work week. Try and get away from the challenge of exciting and stressing your mind under strategic processes to overcome your opponent. Now try and do so without a proper cooling system, mouse dpi, keyboard swiftness and ergonomics to top off the comfort factor. You couldn’t, you simply cannot perform at maximum capacity without the little details… Now try not squealing while walking through the main headquarters of Thermaltake with its own built in League of Legends gaming room. I couldn’t.
Welcomed by Charlotte Chen we began the presentation into Thermaltake and their passions of the gamer’s realm. Being gamers themselves (with their own sweet LoL room!!) they knew the importance of every millisecond of game time, every decision and missed opportunity to bring the gamer further away from the spotlight. With their design team and engineers pairing together they make sure their products provide the best experience for the casual gamer all the way to the professional team player, and recently they’ve begun the MFC (Modding Fighting Competition) involving teams around the world being challenged at PC moding. A trailer found (click here) on their YouTube channel.
Afterwards Tt Alvin showed us a bit about the product line available from Thermaltake and hints at future products as well as provided us a tour of the headquarters (including the game room!). They are beginning to create an automated system where gamers can have greater control over their system in personal gaming statistics as well as computer remote command control. With an app and an internal firmware level integration the hardware that Thermaltake is using will be capable of pinpoint accurate temperature monitoring and in all internal components including the power supply itself. With such hardware integration there will be also ways to wake up your computer from cold boot as well as control the shut down options. Currently there will be one model that is fully integrated with Smart Power Management (SPM) but Thermaltake hopes to begin partnering with manufacturers soon to begin integrating these modules. All by which, are controlled by your favorite iOS or Android app.
Click Here for a Demo of SPM.
Every now and then I am surprised by a products offers, almost always in relation to its price. The emotion is usually shock and bad, but sometimes its a good surprise. The Nextbook Flexx 10 I am happy to say is a great offering and the pricetag is a welcome surprise. This little 2 in 1 laptop and tablet has a lot to offer especially given its sub $100 price tag. It’s perfect for the home user or professional on the go that wants a simple to use tablet and laptop running the latest OS with support for full applications in a small portable form factor. This is what Nextbook has to say:
Sleek and powerful, the Nextbook Flexx 10 Tablet is the all in one compact electronic powerhouse you’ve been looking for. The Nextbook Flexx 10 features a 10.1-inch High-resolution IPS screen (1280×800) resolution and a 16:10 aspect ratio for vivid picture quality to play, read, watch, stream or work. Weighing less than 3 pounds, the Nextbook Flexx 10 is a compact and sleek tablet that you can take with you just about anywhere.
The Nextbook Flexx 10 comes with the Windows 10 operating system, 32GB of internal memory that can be expanded to 64GB with the microSD card slot, and an Intel® BayTrail-T CR quad-core processor to power your applications. With WiFi and Bluetooth support built-in, the Nextbook Flexx 10 can connect with everything you need at home and on-the-go.
The Nextbook Flexx 10 also features connectivity through its USB and microHDMI inputs. Video chat or capture your favorite moments with the 2.0MP front webcam and 2.0MP back camera and integrated microphone. With a 3-axis G-sensor and a USB Keyboard, it allows you to immerse yourself into various games without constraints or boundaries.
This quote form their site is actually incorrect in that the Flexx 10 will run up to a 128GB microSD, we proved it. Let’s get this lightweight party started.
On a recent tour of Acer, it was quite nice to see the headquarters of one the biggest low to mid end systems available to the masses. Their strategies became apparent as they began explaining their plans for the western market, namely the US. They began with their focus on software and cloud-based system integration, named
BYOC short for Build your own cloud (if that isn’t western I don’t know what is!). BYOC is a process of integrating tablets, computers, and countless other ACER systems to the cloud process (in an obvious attempt at gaining market share in the service business, which will be apparent later in this article).
So let’s begin, they begin to enter the Cloud Service pay-per-month business, quite late of course since everyone else and their grandmother already has created their own proprietary cloud service from steam to apple to… well… just name a tech company at this point. Acer is joining the game. On the list of products they aim at the US market came the
Grandpad take off the d from the end and you have basically the interest they are going for. Yep, the elderly, we’ve seen companies attempt to gain interest in the senior market, but lately, it’s been a huge interest (think jitterbug, think of those emergency necklace buttons for your grandma just in case she falls down the stairs, and of course staircase elevator thing). It’s becoming more and more prominent in the market. My guess at the reasoning to this interest is the wide availability of the senior market, particularly in the USA. Not many use technology everyday, and if you find that one tiny little niche to get them to buy and become socially cultured in your product, you have millions of sales, and another interesting business proposition to consider; the baby boomers are growing up, that a huge chunk of the market in the US, and thus the reason (potentially, not stated officially) that the Grandpad will be a focus in the US and so far the US only.
So let’s take a look at some of the details of the Grandpad, simplistic design, button based look for the familiarity of tactile feedback. Pieces of information that will be easily transferable from the senior generations’ modern technology of flip phones and tactile feedback. One interesting twist to the Grandpad is that it will be proprietary to LTE primarily with the ability to connect to wifi for the sake of dynamics and flexibility, imagine how angry the market would get if they decided to make it strictly LTE and remove any other form of connection? It almost seemed like they really wanted to but realized that little bit of motivation to include the Wifi module. So here’s the real kicker, the device is free to own and free to use, with a contract opt-in of 60$ a month for the LTE service… for as long as you wish to use the device, and once you stop paying the service the device must be returned.]]>
From air cooled to fully mineral-oil submerged systems, enthusiasts take the idea of cooling in new builds to the next level. Air cooling is the basic form of cooling the consumer can purchase for their PC. It comes in many forms, shapes, and sizes, with the price ranging between $20 to $255. An air based cooler was likely included with the CPU you purchased. This
stock cooler won’t cut it for long if you plan to do intense gaming or if you want to get the most from your system. This of course means that any form of overclocking with a stock cooler is pretty much out of the question. Heat is the enemy and air based coolers can’t effectively dissipate heat as quickly as modern CPU’s can generate it.
On the other hand a starting enthusiast may opt in for a water cooled build and buy a closed-loop cooler. The best of the best in coolers comes in an open loop, water cooling kit. The difference between
closed loop kits is the ability to add coolant, and components to the system. It is also a big difference in the ability to customize the cooling system to meet your needs and usually in overall quality. If you want to add a block for your video card or coolers for your ram then a custom open loop system is what you want.
There are many kits on the market, but today we get to test one of the best we have gotten our hands on. Thermaltake’s Pacific RL240 is the icing on the cake, the real deal in water cooled kits. This Limited Edition kit comes with a 240mm dual-fan radiator, a PT40 D5 w/Silent Kit reservoir/pump combo, W1 CPU waterblock, 2 Luna Red 12-LED fans, and more. The RL240 is not for the water cooling newbie, though it could be installed, we recommend you have some experience or have someone to help you who has had experience. Directions are light and minimalist as you would expect with a custom kit of this caliber. Thermaltake includes some necessary tools you will need that they have custom created for their kit. Let’s talk about what you get.]]>
Being a busybody is tough, having to carry countless devices, and in modern days if you work with any data, you probably have USB storage devices in all nooks and crannies of your house, car, and office. MobileLite Wireless G3 storage center provides a centeral server to host all the files you would need to use. The first step to an organized system: centralize your resources.
MobileLite is an ad hoc wireless file sharing server capable of connecting up to three peers by WiFi and providing access to files on an attached SD card or USB storage device. The MobileLite also provides a bridge between the three devices connected and your main internet access point by WiFi or Ethernet.
This unique tool is very useful for the busy-at-heart lifestyle—those who are ready to do data transfers with person-to-person interactions. As a Graphic Designer, I commonly need to do quick file transfers while interacting with customers at any number of locations I visit in a single day, and being readily able to request and obtain the resources needed to complete a job makes a subtle but important impression of my business to clients.
So let’s get into some details.]]>
Action camera’s, seems like every manufacturer in the market has one and they are all competing with GoPro for market share. With all of them trying to live up to the performance offered by the GoPro and all of them falling short, their only edge has been in being less expensive. Till now you only had two options, the expensive and high performance GoPro, or cheaper and much less performance offered by any other manufacturer. ACTIVEON only recently entered the market with the CX Gold, a small but powerful action camera with versatile options, software, and a pricetag to match. The CX Gold should easily be your next action camera, unless you like throwing money away.
The Synology DS416j was announced at CES 2016. This 4 bay NAS from one of the leading vendors is targeted at home and personal use, but dont sell it short. Lets take a look at what this unit has to offer.
Aside from the NAS itself you have the power supply, a network cable, and a quick start guide. All of the hardware to mount the drives is included as well.
While this unit is targeted at home and personal use, it still has the blood and genetics that all of Synologys products share. The full system specifications can be found Here.
Despite the release of USB 3.0 and USB C standards, USB 2.0 Micro B is still the preferred connector of choice for most electronics. Between Bluetooth speakers, headsets, watches, drones, cameras, and potentially your phone you probably have somewhere between 10 and 20 cables lying around. If you’ve ever had a cable break, stop working, or shock you when the wires became exposed; it’s time to consider a higher class of cable.
The Ventev 4ft alloy Micro cable showcases an ultra-sleek brushed aluminum housing and is braided with a high tensile wrap providing a premium finish and ‘no-fray’ durability. Available in six colors.
This is definitely premium packaging. Some cables you buy come in little more than a plastic bag.
It is no surprise the cable is stiff the extra layers that provide the protection usually lead to this, it usually works itself out within a few days of use.
The brushed aluminum is only for housing the ends themselves, the “high tensile wrap” is plastic.
As you can see with some force applied to the end you could separate the silicone boot and the brushed aluminum housing.
Twisting the cable also distorts the high tensile strength wrap to where it could get caught on items in your bag.
You may thing I’m being pretty critical on a USB cable. In the back of my mind this cable is being compared with the braided USB cables that I regularly buy from amazon. Here’s a simple comparison chart
Ventev chargesync alloy:
Random USB micro cable from amazon:
This cable is tangle free, looks nice, and works just like a micro USB cable should. With that said at $24.99 price tag I don’t see a market for this online. In a certain popular electronics store next to $40 HDMI cables this is probably right at home.]]>
Today we are taking a look at the Ventev Powercell 3015c. This is a 3000maAh battery with a built in micro USB cable. If you don’t know what an external battery with a micro USB port is used for, or why you might want one then I would stop reading here.
Now that we have that out of the way, here are the manufacturer specifications:
There isn’t anything out of the ordinary here, standard retail packaging.
The unit comes pre-charged which is nice. It is presumable when you’re buying this at a store you might need it right now.
The form factor is good this would easily fit inside any bag or purse. Even a pocket.
The attached Micro cable certainly makes the unit more convenient (as long you are charging a micro USB device). The unit doesn’t have any additional USB ports so charging two devices or any other type of USB device is out of the question. (It’s worth mentioning they have other units that accommodate that type of wish list.)
The feel of the unit is nice. The weight is good, and the case is metal. The USB cable is firmly attached and fits nicely into the side. It doesn’t snap in though so I suspect it will fall out after time if you did keep it in the bottom of a purse or bag.]]>
Bling is a humble word when observing this little golden egg that I am going to review here. Let me first begin with modesty, I’m not one to get attracted to shiny objects, nor am I fond of carrying anything that I would have to keep in mind where it is at all times due to the effect of shiny object theft, but this speaker is quite good at what it does.
Now for the device, this thing is LOUD. Capable of spreading a living room with sound that sounds really good. In my observation of the device’s capabilities I go over a few tracks I like to test audio devices such as headphones and stereo systems with thorough analysis.
First, the look and feel…
If you like android phones (and I love android phones) then there is no cleaner experience than a Nexus branded phone. I have happily carried the Motorola Nexus 6 since release day, and my wife carries the LG Nexus 5x. Initially, I was concerned I would miss the screen real estate if I upgraded to the Huawei Nexus 6P. Also I was not having any performance issues with the Motorola Nexus 6 so I was in no hurry to upgrade. I spent two weeks with the 6P and I’m never going back.
|Huawei Nexus 6P||Motorola Nexus 6|
|Display||5.7 QHD 518ppi Amoled||5.96 QHD 493ppi Amoled|
|Rear Camera||12.3MP 1.55μm pixels f/2.0 aperture||13.0MP f/2.0 Optical Image stabilization|
|Front Camera||8MP 1.4 µm pixels f/2.4 aperture||2.0MP|
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 Processor
Octa-core, 2000 MHz, ARM Cortex-A57 and ARM Cortex-A53, 64-bit
Adreno 430 GPU
|Qualcomm Snapdragon 805
Quad-core, 2700 MHz, Krait 450
Adreno 420 GPU
|Memory and Storage|| 3GBRam
32GB, 64GB, or 128GB internal (depending on color)
32GB or 64GB internal storage
On paper some of the large differences that jump out:
In a world full of wireless Bluetooth signals engulfing the space around us, maybe its time to clear the air a bit… Nah, why even think of that? We need ‘Moar’ wireless! Thus, the Monster Adistar came into existance. With a pricey price tag and a light weight body for those jog-aholics out there this may be your device to hold dear during those long trips, please, please… the sidewalk was made for a reason…
Anyway, this device is lightweight, snug in the ear, attractive to look at with the Adidas logo shining at the tips subtlely reminding me of Cybermen (DW fans rejoice) and best of all there are no heavy pieces that will tug at your cords until it flings off like a boomerang and into the sewage gutter it goes… experience goes a long way.
This device is very low power, taking less than 500 mA to charge and going for a good day of full sound. The control features 3 buttons: multifunction, volume up, and volume down. As with all compact devices there is a process and memorization to be able to fully control the headset, as opposed to my beloved LG neck “brace” that has 6 buttons on the neck piece. But of course I wouldn’t jog in that LG device, unless i wanted to keep chasing it or even worse, put it in rice because you know, sweat.]]>
When trying to achieve flawless performance in the lag stream we call death, online gamers need to be aware of their options, especially those planning on building a positive rank to enter competitions. The router could be the difference between a Killing Spree and a Legendary kill streak. Of course given that the skillset is present. At some point we become bottle-necked between our personal growth in a competative game and the hardware we implicate between us and that satisfying click.
Introducing the Netis WR-2681 Gaming Router, capable of prioritizing data packets for gaming software first before other packets on the network. Combined with PC or Nic based prioritization on the local machine this allows for full throttle direct packet transfer between clicks and spell casts.
Contrary to popular belief opting in for a higher ISP plan with a higher transfer plan is not the solution to lag and other interruptions on the network. Luckily we are away from the dial up days where a phone call can disconnect a whole connection, however we are not away from the network traffic that can bog down the efficiency of the network. From a moviephile roomate to your sisters skype hangouts, these can drastically decrease the organization of the packets as they travel over the wires, that click could take a second lag time, and as professionals know even a .1 second is enough to turn the tides in the middle of a hostile gaming environments.
The Netis Router provides Qos packet prioritization, optimum software prioritization, and give access to the +5 network boost available now widely on the public market for routers. So lets take a look at the relative specs to this research:
As far as Netis goes this is their spec sheet for data transfer:
Providing Real Time monitoring here’s what I’ve found:
File Transfer Size: 5,167,717,323 bytes
Distance < 5 ft
Time of completion 7 minutes
Average Transfer Rate: 8.25MB/s — 66Mbps
Highest: 12MB/s — 96Mbps
Lowest: 4MB/s — 32Mbps
While the transfer rate may be questionable, this router again is meant to hold a connection efficiently without (many) dropped packets, so how did it do?
By simple math we can see the Success rate of the router is nearly 99.1% with a minuscule .9% drop rate (the command prompt rounds… this is why i like precise data…)
This test was run with normal usage of the system, streaming, video and audio, web browsing, and other connections like Live View Screencasting on my Airdroid app on my Venue (Very heavy on resources). All of this was run with basic setup and no prioritization as well as only two systems on the network with minimum noise outside of the regular usage.
Now for manufacturing quality…
Announced January 19th PNY has launched the XLR8 SSD. The CS2211 targets the Gamer/Enthusiast Market with read speeds of up to 565 MB/s. Today we have hands on the 480Gb model and we are going to see exactly how it performs in our system.
Running the PHISON PS3110-S10 controller, this drive offers the full range of features you’d expect to come in an SSD. The four-year warranty is no joke either, although it’s not hard to stand behind a product boasting 2 million hours mean time between failures.]]>
Ever thought to yourself “Gee, I would love my charger brick to hold some energy so I can recharge it later, i don’t think that haunted house has electricity and I’ll be damned if I run out of power for my Flashlight app…
Well worry about poltergeists no more! (not really) You’ll be able to spend twice as much time exploring deep caverns, haunted shipyards, and of course, trying to escape in a real life film recreation of The Blare Witch project…
Alright, so I’m not good at creating real life situations, my imagination won’t let me. But this battery pack is really sweet! The addition of the wall charge really does seem like a basic thing but for functionality its very convenient. I took it for granted until I needed it between my double shifts at work.
So lets take a gander at what this little guy provides…]]>
|Fantastic over-clocking ability right out of the box||Is not significantly better than its 8350 counterpart which is about the same speed but is cheaper|
|Runs very well even with a cheap cooler||Does not outperform a 3rd generation i5 processor, i5 3570K at stock, that costs about the same|
AMD or Advanced Micro Devices, is an American based semiconductor company located in Sunnyvale, California. They have produced processors, microsprocessors, motherboard chipsets, embedded processors, graphics processors for servers, personal computers, embedded system applications and workstations. AMD is second to Intel in global supply of microprocessors based on the current x86 architecture, and is now one of the largest suppliers of GPUs (thanks to their acquiring of ATI in 2006).
AMD introduced the Vishera core name to its Piledriver microarchitecture back in 2014. Its based on the AM3+ socket. Piledriver is the second-generation successor to Bulldozer, and was developed to target the desktop, mobile and server markets. The changes introduced with Piledriver are small. Piledriver uses the same module design, but improves upon the branch prediction (a digital circuit that tries to guess which way a branch, or an if-then-else structure, will go before this is known for sure), and FPU/Integer scheduling. Along with those imporovements they switched to the hard-edge flip-flops to improve on the power consumption factor. This resulted in a clock speed gain of about 9% and an increase in perfromance of around 15% with similar power characteristics.
Vishera is the AMD”s current FX series processor that targets the enthusiast and performance market. Vishera is aimed at the 95 to 220W TDP and features 4,6 and 8 Piledriver core CPU model, employing Turbo Core 3.0 and sitting on the existing AM3+ socket format and 900 series motherboard chipset. Vishera was released back in October 2012 with the line up that includes: FX-8370, FX-8350, FX-8320FX-8370 in the AMD’s FX series lineup
Here today we are testing out the FX-8370 which falls right above the FX-8350 and below the FX-9370. The FX-8370 containts 4 modules, 8 Cores with a 4.0GHz frequency that can be boosted to a 4.2GHz frequency. This CPU has a 125W TDP rating and employs DDR3-1866 speed for memory and sits on an AM3+ socket for the 900 series motherboards.
FX Series of Processors was developed for the performance/enthusiast level user. It carries its weight when it comes to Video Processing and gaming. The CPU is capable of up to 4.3GHz without manual overclocking, and as you will see further on in the review, we were able to squeeze out every last bit out of this CPU using all the usual modern suites that resulted in an outstanding benchmark.
The enthusiast and savvy shopper in all of us will scream with joy if this CPU comes in your possession. The FX-8370 is a fantastic price/performance CPU that costs only $199.99 and competes with the i5-3570k which can run anywhere between $230 and $290. The difference between i5-3570k and our FX-8370 is simple, the i5 3570k’s power consumption is lower, while the FX-8370 is 8% faster in multi-threaded applications, and shows a performance increase of up to 36% in certain benchmarks.
Although the FX-8370 seems like the better selection, do take this information with a grain of salt since benchmarks are tests and not real-world numbers. The i5 can perform better by about 11% in games and graphics tasks. The i5 comes with an integrated HD4000 GPU which won’t run Fallout 4, or Witcher 3, but it will allow for some casual gaming at lower graphics settings. Each CPU is good in its own field so read on to find out if the AMD is the right choice for you!
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As a college student with an hour long commute to my campus and no time to waste I have admittedly driven too fast and paid the price with a ticket. Today we get to review the K40’s answer to this problem, the RLS2. RLS2 comes as a 3rd highest tier of Radar detectors offered by K40 and the best out of removable radar detectors. It features a lot of new innovations included but not limited to K-band filtering, GPS and Quiet ride.
K40 has been making it their guarantee to help the consumer stay out of trouble and away from speeding tickets since 1983. “A guarantee no other radar detector maker in the world dares to copy.” K40 goes as far as paying your speeding ticket if you were to get one while using their products for a whole year from the date of purchase.
Current retail price is $399.99 through an authorized retailer.
Let us take a look at the basic specifications:
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The RLS2 is packaged in the center after opening the top of the box. Under the box flaps you will find the coiled/straight cords for the detector, suction cup holders for your windshield, 2 spare fuses and instruction material. The retail box contains the accessories required for you to start your speed-ticket free life.
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The RLS2 has 7 buttons on the top which include the Mark, Quiet Ride, Mute, Volume +/-, Filter, and the DIM or Menu button.
Let us continue to see how well this radar detector performs on a road test]]>
In our fast paced society of hectic schedules, meetings, and busy social calendars everyone is in a rush to get from here to there. The modern automobile is now loaded with multiple electronics from heated seats to Bluetooth streaming music from your smartphone. Most of the electronic gadgetry in your vehicle provides additional convenience for a more comfortable driving experience. Today here at TechwareLabs we review a recent addition to K40 Electronics line-up of radar and laser detection devices – the RD950 Portable, All-Band Radar and Laser Detector. This technology addition to your dashboard will help you avoid emergency vehicles and avoid costly speeding tickets – for those rare occasions where you might be travelling too fast. This automotive gadget is not a new invention in the detection of invisible rays used most commonly by law enforcement to issue speeding tickets to drivers. K40 believes the unique patented design of the RD950 is superior to other radar/laser detectors so much so as to provide a 100% satisfaction guarantee. The guarantee even pays for most speeding tickets incurred whilst using the RD950 Radar and Laser Detector during the first year of ownership. Lets take this essential vehicle accessory for a test drive!