Pros: Ease of use, functionalities, accurate statistics, GPS and music integration, battery life, rugged build quality
Cons: Price, lack of a colour screen, Bluetooth connectivity for music, slight lag on power on
Build Quality: 10/10
Design & Look: 7/10
Software performance: 8/10
My final Rating: 8/10
First of all I would like to thank GearBest for reaching out and sending me the 1More Triple Driver earphones for review. The name of the earphones seems to be a little inconsistent, with it being named 1 More Three-unit Driver Hybrid to 1More Triple Driver. No matter the spelling, the earphones have a single dynamic (DD) and dual Balanced Armature (BA) drivers alongside an in-line mic.
The earphones can be found for $100 (around £75) incl shipping on GearBest’s website. Remember, you might have to pay import/VAT fees, as it’s being shipped from China.
Pros: Sensor performance, software, design and looks, overall build quality, GameSense
Cons: Not suited for left-handers, price, no weight adjustment
Build Quality: 9/10
Design & Looks: 10/10
My final Rating: 9/10
Review Date: May 2016
Review Price: £57
First of all I would like to thank Steelseries for sending me the mouse for review. After having reviewed other SteelSeries gear and other mice, I was intrigued to see how the Rival 300 would perform and how the Counter Strike Global Offensive (CS:GO) variant of the Rival 300 would look!
You can purchase the Rival 300 CS:GO fade mouse on AmazonUK for around £57 & AmazonUSA for $70. These prices are slightly higher than the non-branded and plain looking Rival 300 mice, which can be found on AmazonUK for £50 and AmazonUSA for $53 – you’re therefore paying a little extra for a skin…where have you heard that before…Counter Strike of course!
After having reviewed the FIDUE A65 and being seriously impressed I wondered how the A73 would sound with their dual-driver design. The earphones have one balanced armature and one dynamic driver within their housing. In the past, I’ve found hybrid earphones to be somewhat of a disappointment, due to the poor crossover that companies design/choose to use – so I was very much intrigued to see what the A73 could bring to the market.
First of all I would like to thank Rock Jaw for sending me out the Alfa Genus V2 for review. You’ll be able to find the full specs and more info about the earphones through Rock Jaw’s website. You’ll be able to find them for £45 on Amazon UK and around $45-60 on Amazon USA – as I’m in the UK I’ll be reviewing it at the UK price.
Here’s my video review to complement my written review: