Cole Watson

Cole Watson
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Cole Watson is CGMagazine's Sr. PC Hardware Editor. When not reviewing the latest and greatest tech offerings, Cole spends his time as an enthusiast of games, collectibles and model kits
Latest Articles From Cole Watson
TP-Link Archer AC2300 Mu-Mimo Router Review: Affordable High Quality Wi-Fi 2

TP-Link Archer AC2300 Mu-Mimo Router Review: Affordable High Quality Wi-Fi

Over the holidays I was asked a lot of tech questions from my extended family who look to me as their preferred form of tech support. It’s almost as if they...
CGMagazine’s Game of the Year 2017- The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

CGMagazine’s Game of the Year 2017- The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

As we head into the exciting year of 2018, we close out on what was a phenomenal year for gaming. From January until December, 2017 was the launch year for countless...
SteelSeries Apex M750 TKL (Keyboard) Mini-Review 3

SteelSeries Apex M750 TKL (Keyboard) Mini-Review

Shortly after the release of SteelSeries’ Apex M750 mechanical keyboard, the manufacturer announced they would be producing a 10-keyless design variant. Retailing for $156 CDN, the Apex M750 TKL is targeted...
Top 5 Tech of 2017 6

CGMagazine Top Tech of 2017

The exciting thing about the tech industry is that it’s always evolving and going in new directions to please consumers in diverse ways. Year after year there are new trends that...
iPhone X Review: A Precursor to Something Greater

iPhone X Review: A Precursor to Something Greater

It’s been ten years since Apple designed the original iPhone and redefined what a cellular phone was capable of. The device was an example of pure innovation. Not only did it...
TP-Link Smart Wi-Fi LED Bulb Review 2

TP-Link Smart Wi-Fi LED Bulb Review

The home of a tech-savvy consumer is evolving fast. From the introduction of smart speakers like Google Home, Amazon Echo, and now the Apple HomePod, consumers are putting down their smartphones...
AMD Radeon Vega 56 GPU Review: Built for Gamers, Bought by Miners 5

AMD Radeon Vega 56 GPU Review: Built for Gamers, Bought by Miners

It may have taken the company over six years, but 2017 marks AMD’s return to the high-end market of enthusiast level CPUs and GPUs. Starting with Ryzen, followed by Threadripper, and...
Plantronics RIG 800LX Headset Review- Dolby Atmos Approved 6

Plantronics RIG 800LX Headset Review- Dolby Atmos Approved

With the recent release of the Xbox One X, Plantronics has made a powerful play in the gaming headset market by being the first Microsoft approved partner to license Dolby Atmos...
SteelSeries Rival 110 (Hardware) Review- The Core Essentials 3

SteelSeries Rival 110 (Hardware) Review- The Core Essentials

Instead of rolling out their next generation of gaming peripherals, SteelSeries has opted for a different approach by deciding to update their fan favourite products to match the current industry standards...
Google Pixel 2 XL Review: A Controversial Flagship 7

Google Pixel 2 XL Review: A Controversial Flagship

When the original Google Pixel released in 2016 it was received with open arms by critics and the public. While not the most original design on the market, the Google Pixel...
Logitech MX Sound Speakers Review 1

Logitech MX Sound Speakers Review

Gaming headsets have become the essential all-in-one sound system for many players. While these are a great product for delivering an isolated and immersive experience, they leave little room for socialization...
Battle Chef Brigade (Switch) Review- Cooking Up a Storm

Battle Chef Brigade (Switch) Review – Cooking Up a Storm

A competition styled cooking game couldn’t release at a better time. The anime, Food Wars, is back for its third season this fall and even the prestigious Iron Chef has returned...