I have a ton of hobbies and thankfully more than half of what I love to do involve technology enriching me in some way
(Vocus/PRWEB) May 12, 2011
The LazyTechGuys are always seeking out cutting-edge information and technology in order to provide analysis and reviews for fans. This practice will continue when they head down to Los Angeles to attend the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) from June 6-9.
E3 is the premiere annual event in the gaming world in which game companies showcase their new products in front of fans, investors and industry insiders. One of the highlights of this year’s show is expected to be the preview of the new game console created by Nintendo.
LazyTechGuys often likes to describe their blog as the place for video game news, tech news, commentary, reviews that appeals to the not-so-motivated. The blog brings a fresh and irreverent perspective to the ever-changing landscape of technology. Their content is formatted in conversational media and provides answers to those who've been spiritually crippled by the crashing of their favorite devices or the burden of providing information to the technically challenged.
"I have a ton of hobbies and thankfully more than half of what I love to do involve technology enriching me in some way,” said Radford Castro of LazyTechGuys. “My hope is to share these same experiences through this site, learn a few things about how others use tech and just provide some really cool features.”
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