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MU Origin 2 | GAME REVIEW
Before we get into the meat of the subject, let’s address the question most of you are thinking! Yes, you’re not imagining things, there was a MU game once upon a time in 2003 simply called MU Online. Locally, that game was a hit and we knew a lot... Read more
DAILY DRIVEN | Rapoo VPRO V20 Pro
People are picky when it comes to peripherals. For mice in general, have been tricky; there are so many shapes, and different brands have different interpretations on more popular form factors. Rapoo has built a reputation for solid productivity mice – in both features and form factor – and... Read more
DAILY DRIVEN | ASUS RT-AX88U (Review)
Setting up a router isn’t top of mind when you want to spend a bit of weekend time at home, but for for maximum Netflix and social media browsing uptime, it’s a must. We got to spend some time with the ASUS RT-AX88U router and it has a lot... Read more
Zenfone 5Z: Experiencing A 2018 Flagship In 2019
It has been a year (or more) since ASUS Technologies launched the ZenFone 5 series, with the ZenFone 5Z leading the pack. Now, with the ZenFone 6 on its way to the markets (shout out to ASUS Philippines *wink, wink*), it is definitely high time to look back at... Read more
DAILY DRIVEN | The Samsung Galaxy M20
When it comes to smartphones, Samsung has kept up with the rest of the competition. The Galaxy M20 is one such offering to contend to the likes of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 and the Honor 10 Lite. Offering decent specs for a decent price, the M20 is a... Read more
ASUS RT-AX88U First Impressions
Internet access in this digital era is a necessity and home routers are a must. More predominant manufacturers continuously seek to add new features in their products in order to differentiate themselves in the digital market. That’s a challenge as there isn’t a lot of extras you can do... Read more
DAILY DRIVEN | The AGON AG322FCX Gaming Monitor
When it comes to personal computers, most people are okay with having a monitor just to get things started. It may be an 18-inch LCD monitor with not much to say for itself other that it displays information you can use to interact with your machine. But there comes... Read more
FIRST IMPRESSIONS | ASUS Zenbook UX333 Burgundy Red
Years ago, the netbook trend was a thing. Super portable, 10-inch laptops ran the most basic of setups: Celeron processors, integrated graphics, sub-500GB harddrives, and 2GB of RAM at the most. These things weren’t gaming machines by any stretch of the imagination, but they fulfilled a great need: basic... Read more
Gris is a Game About Life—and It’s Unapologetically Beautiful
There are games that are all about 3D graphics on the latest engines, action-packed scenes, and layers upon layers of backstories—and then there are games like Gris, an unassuming package of beautifully graceful watercolor art spun with a haunting soundtrack that perfectly tells a simple tale of a girl... Read more
DAILY DRIVEN | The Rapoo V500Pro
I’m very picky with keyboards, especially ones of the mechanical make. I’ve tried a few different switches over the years and through a combination of research and trial and error, I’ve settled on my personal preference. That said, it’s pretty obvious that not all mechanical keyboards are built the... Read more