Microsoft’s Xbox Wireless Controller includes numerous new features that completely enhances the gaming experience, making it a generally well-liked product among customers. Released in 2016, this edition seems to be a step-up from earlier models, especially in terms of physical appearance, where the controller sports a “textured grip” and a “sleek streamlined design.” In addition, it also includes a 35 mm headphone jack, which supports almost all third party headphones, and the ability to button map for preferred controls. The controller also allows for easy wireless gaming, using Bluetooth technology that gives players the ability to use the controller on any Windows 10 PC, tablet, or phone, and twice the wireless range.
Overall, reviews on the ASUS Chromebook C202SA-YS02 are slightly positive; on top of being an Amazon’s Choice product, it has 3.9 stars. Users who left positive reviews were impressed with the product’s durability. Several reviewers mentioned that the product is “very sturdy”, “rock solid”, and “ruggedized”; the device is, in fact, advertised as “rugged”. This makes the device different from most others and seems to be a critical selling point. Furthermore, reviewers often state that they like the product for its versatility; many mention that this is because it is a Chromebook. Users also tend to mention that, because of the product’s versatility and durability, it is a device that is appropriate for both children and adults. The laptop can even survive a drop test; it can be dropped 4 feet with only minor damage thanks to its rubberized bumpers with shock absorption.
Microsoft’s Ergonomic Wireless Keyboard, nicknamed the Sculpt, is a sleek, new keyboard that aims to save both your wrists and your wallet. Microsoft tuned in to grumblings about their former keyboards in the course of recent years, particularly throughout the recent years since the Natural’s introduction. The addition of a full numpad on the Natural was a noteworthy ergonomic infringement, as it forced customers to full extend their arms to reach their mice. Learning from this mistake, the Sculpt has a unattached numpad, enabling the mouse to be nearer to the keyboard.
Two years ago, I was in a minor motorcycle accident. I was going a bit too fast on a road that was probably only meant for bikes. In retrospect, I’m just glad no one ended up getting injured. No one besides me that is. Other than ripping open my skin on several parts of my body I nearly broke my right wrist. The doctor told me I was incredibly lucky, had I not been quick to get into a “safe crash position” (thank you driving school) and hit my wrist in any other angle I wouldn’t only have broken it, I’d probably never be able to use it correctly again. Phew. Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean my wrist got out unscathed. For months I couldn’t even hold a pencil without intense pain, let alone use a mouse.
I purchased a flat internet cable recently and there’s no going back. The days of large bulky internet cables are gone! Welcome the sleek look of flat ethernet cables. I had some concerns about how well a flat cable would do given the conditions I needed it for, but the one I bought has turned out to be tough enough for the job.