Published on January 17th, 2013. Last updated on December 24, 2019.
AOC Monitor Product on the right
This originally was going to be a video review showing me unboxing the monitor, connecting it, installing the drivers and then showing you how it works but then I thought how hard that actually would be hard and a boring video. If you are in a rush then here is the review summed up – it works very well as long as you are using the two USB cable provided.
So let’s get the technical stuff out-of-the-way first. As you have read in the title this is a 21.5″ – 1920×1080 monitor that runs purely from a USB cable (it is a Y spilt USB cable so actually uses two USB ports on your system) which is very light and allows you to easily add a second monitor to any system that use a spare USB port. Continue reading →
Published on December 26th, 2012. Last updated on July 31, 2019.
As of today, I am pleased to say I am The Much Honoured Irvine Carbrey Pal Grant Mac Fhionnlaigh of Kincavel and you all …. wait someone else is already a laird of Kincavel and I can’t use it? Can I keep the Irvi… no okay.
So I have heard a lot more about people selling land which allows you to become a laird – I even looked back at it in 2007 and wondered if it was actually legal to actually buy a title. If you are wondering what I am on about check this link – Buy a Laird Title from a company you think would actually research it.
Published on June 3rd, 2012. Last updated on June 3, 2012.
With the lack of entries yet people telling me they are going to enter, I am going to extend this to the end of July. Get those footage in asap.
It has been a very long while from when I done a contest on Tweaked for your Pleasure but from feedback related to my puzzle ones, I have decided instead to do a gaming related set of contests this time which I am now calling PGWS: Challenges.
Published on November 7th, 2011. Last updated on December 24, 2019.
It is not that normal that I do game reviews but when a good game comes out that I actually enjoy, it is always worth a little time in doing a review for it and for once, a modern Sonic game is actually worth doing a review.
As I am sure you may know, Sonic fans lately has been annoyed at Sega because of random little things like in Sonic 4 if you rolled and did not hold right or left you would stop rolling and all that, that Sega decided to release a game that would please both and it seems they may have done it (this review does NOT include the Nintendo 3DS version, I have no interest in trying that one out). Continue reading →