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TP-LINK Neffos C5L Smartphone Review

TP-LINK Neffos C5L Smartphone Review Neffos C5L was mainly designed for people which do not want to spend a lot when purchasing a smartphone and its dimensions are ideal in a market which is flooded with phablets. The back shooter can produce good quality photos to be used online and the interface has been simplified …

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Shuttle XPC Cube Barebone SZ170R8 PC Review

Shuttle XPC Cube Barebone SZ170R8 PC Review With the SZ170R8, Shuttle has eliminated some of the compatibility with somewhat unused hardware nowadays like optical drives and made some serious space for installing no less than four 3.5’’ drives inside the 14.2 litre chassis. A fan was also added in front in order to cool these …

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Thecus 2-bay N2810 4K NAS Review

Thecus 2-bay N2810 4K NAS Review The N2810 SMB Tower NAS from Thecus packs the low-power Intel Celeron N3050 Dual Core CPU at its heart and is paired with 2GB of DDR3 RAM. Two LAN ports are available for failover or LAG configurations while the HDMI interface can display up to 4K output (30Hz) on …

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Supermicro C7Z170-OCE Z170 LGA1151 Motherboard Review

Supermicro C7Z170-OCE Z170 LGA1151 Motherboard Review After accumulating a ton of experience in the server board area, Supermicro is now also active in the gaming motherboards area, by providing a catchy look theme, a clean motherboard layout but also server-grade components in order to supply to the end-user a durable product. The integrated Avago PEX8747 …

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Battleborn Game Review

Battleborn Game Review Battleborn is another impressive release developed by Gearbox which made itself available for the PC platform via Steam (but also for PS4 and Xbox One via the respective online services). Besides single player campaign, we are able to game in PvE, PvP, play against bots, in order to unlock a ton of …

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TP-LINK RE450 AC1750 Wi-Fi Range Extender Review

TP-LINK RE450 AC1750 Wi-Fi Range Extender Review If placed in the right position, RE450 Range Extender from TP-LINK can help you cover dead Wi-Fi spots inside your office or apartment by retransmitting the received signal via wired connection but can also create additional networks so the laptop/desktop/smartphone or other devices you are using will get …

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Fnatic Gear Rush G1 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

Fnatic Gear Rush G1 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review The Rush G1 keyboard has a simple and well-thought hardware design, incorporating the extra function keys in the standard layout and featuring Cherry MX switches with LED backlight. The included wrist rest can be installed optionally and adds extra value to the product; however….the current version of …

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Noctua NF-A14 IndustrialPPC-24V-2000 IP67 PWM Fans Review

Noctua NF-A14 IndustrialPPC-24V-2000 IP67 PWM Fans Review The NF-A4 industrialPPC 140mm fans are very well built and can be used for both industrial and PC chassis applications; the 24V versions are ideal as case fans because they produce little to no noise at half the voltage they receive inside a computer chassis, but if you …

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InFocus M560 Smartphone Review

InFocus M560 Smartphone Review By featuring the low-powered MT6753 octa-core mainstream SoC, InFocus M560 can deliver enough performance for most applications, while maintaining a very good battery life. Unlike other smartphones in the same segment, the M560 model is equipped with a high-quality FHD screen, a gorgeous unibody back chassis, one 13MP camera which is …

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SteelSeries Siberia 350 Gaming Headset Review

SteelSeries Siberia 350 Gaming Headset Review The Siberia 350 headset is very easy to set up and work with thanks to the Engine 3 utility, while the volume controller is placed on the wire. If we look at both Siberia 650 (Elite Prism) and 350, we can see that the latter is a “lite” edition …

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Edifier M1370BT 2.1 Bluetooth Speaker System Review

Edifier M1370BT 2.1 Bluetooth Speaker System Review Right after taking a look at the overall product dimensions and specifications, we lowered our expectations for the audition stage; after checking out some YouTube music videos though, the system did surprise us with the overall quality at decent volume levels, which would make it a very good …

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Creative Sound BlasterX G5 7.1 HD Audio Portable Sound Card Review

Creative Sound BlasterX G5 7.1 HD Audio Portable Sound Card Review In order to check out the card performances, we have used the Rightmark Audio Analyzer utility (with all effects disabled, in order to get accurate results) which tells an interesting story! The included Cirrus Logic CS4398 DAC along with the Texas Instruments TPA6120A2 headphone …

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TP-LINK AC2600 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router Review

TP-LINK AC2600 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router Review TP-LINK did not go on the Sitecom route of using one of the latest OpenWrt builds (including customization in order to fit the new hardware features), but built on a proven stable software they have built for quite some time now and could have been also seen …

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Tt eSports Shock 3D 7.1 PC Gaming Headset Review

Tt eSports Shock 3D 7.1 PC Gaming Headset Review As a mainstream-priced gaming headset, the Shock 3D 7.1 impressed us positively regarding the multitude of sound effects which can be obtained thanks to the C-Media Xear console and thanks to the thick cushion, large ear cups the headset does remain comfortable even during longer gaming …

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Cooler Master Quick Fire XTi Brown Switch Keyboard Review

Cooler Master Quick Fire XTi Brown Switch Keyboard Review Quick Fire XTi does provide the same key press feeling as many other keyboards we have tested in the past from other manufacturers since it does use the well-known Cherry MX Brown switches, which are great for both typing and gaming. With this model, we won’t …

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SteelSeries Siberia 800 Wireless Gaming Headset Review

SteelSeries Siberia 800 Wireless Gaming Headset Review The Siberia 800 wireless gaming headset flagship from SteelSeries does come with a Dolby-certified console and can be connected to a wide variety of devices thanks to the inputs/outputs on both breakout box and headset but also thanks to the supplied cables. The dual-battery setup is quite unique …

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HIS R7 250 Twin Fan 2GB D5 LP Video Card Review

HIS R7 250 Twin Fan 2GB D5 LP Video Card Review People which do have really old or discontinued video cards and do want to spend only a small fraction of money on upgrades can look at the R7 250 LP video card from HIS as one of the solutions which does now come with …

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Crucial 480GB BX200 TLC SSD Review

Crucial 480GB BX200 TLC SSD Review As we have seen with the Trion 100, Crucial is also settling into the affordable and high-capacity SSD market with their BX200 by incorporating Micron 16nm 128Gbit TLC NAND, a Silicon Motion SM2256 and also DRAM cache which varies in size depending on the total capacity of the drive. …

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BIOSTAR RACING Z170GT7 LGA1151 Motherboard Review

BIOSTAR RACING Z170GT7 LGA1151 Motherboard Review The RACING series Z170GT7 flagship from BIOSTAR comes with a brand new design which includes a dark matte PCB with a checkered flag in the middle, themed heatsinks with customizable LED colors and effects, but also a metallic shield in the I/O area. The LAN interface is provided by …

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ROCCAT Ryos MK FX Gaming Keyboard Review

ROCCAT Ryos MK FX Gaming Keyboard Review The Ryos MK FX mechanical gaming keyboard from ROCCAT is massive, features the well-known Cherry MX switches and can be fully customized in terms of key LED backlighting and macros. Easy-Shift[+] available for doubling the functions of the keys and built-in headset/microphone jacks are available on the left …

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Razer Wildcat Gaming Controller Review

Razer Wildcat Gaming Controller Review Razer Wildcat is a very solid product with added features like programmable buttons, extra removable triggers, well-built analog sticks, a control panel and multiple profiles to work with while in-game. The manufacturer does also ship some themed sticky rubber grips which can be attached to the controller quite easily but …

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Sitecom Greyhound AC2600 Wi-Fi Router Review

Sitecom Greyhound AC2600 Wi-Fi Router Review The latest flagship router from Sitecom, Greyhound really brings some new and interesting features to the table like the audio output ports on both analog and optical, MU-MIMO capabilities, a sleek design with an attractive LED setup, OpenWrt custom interface but also a SD Card slot for fitting extra …

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ASUSTOR AS3104T 4-bay NAS Review

ASUSTOR AS3104T 4-bay NAS Review AS3014T NAS was also designed for home use, uses the same chassis as the AS1004T but this time we are dealing with a more powerful Intel Celeron N3050 processor, backed with no less than 2GB of DDR3L RAM; the 4-bay unit can also output video signal on HDMI and the …

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HIS R7 360 GREEN iCooler OC 2GB Video Card Review

HIS R7 360 GREEN iCooler OC 2GB Video Card Review HIS efforts are to be appreciated since they have succeeded to build a new design of the R7 360 video card which now does not need an extra PCI-E 6-pin power connector. In full load, the card will consume between 47 and 48W so within …

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Razer Nabu Smartband Review

Razer Nabu Smartband Review The Razer Nabu is a fitness band with stylish gamer looks and innovative social features added. We take it on a test drive on iOS and Android platform to see how it holds up… at MadShrimps Related Items: Razer Nabu Smartband Released December 2nd Razer Nabu Smartband Launched Razer Nabu SmartBand Announced …

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