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Corsair Gaming Sabre Optical RGB Gaming Mouse Review

Corsair Gaming Sabre Optical RGB Gaming Mouse Review We have tried multiple titles (Heroes of the Storm, Dying Light, Dirty Bomb, CounterStrike Global Offensive) with the Sabre Optical RGB and we were pretty impressed with the overall comfort, which was matched by precision thanks to the latest Avago ADNS S3988 6400DPI sensor. The mouse was …

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HIS Multi-View X2 USB Docking Station Review

HIS Multi-View X2 USB Docking Station Review The Multi-View X2 USB Docking Station from HIS is a real help when we are frequently on the road or even at offices if using compact laptops/ultrabooks with a low number of ports. With laptops and Windows tablets, we are able to have up to four displays on …

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Silicon Power Stream S06 4TB USB 3.0 HDD Review

Silicon Power Stream S06 4TB USB 3.0 HDD Review The Stream S06 4TB variant from Silicon Power is incorporating drives from Seagate, and to be more exact the ST4000DM000 model, which is built to support the 6Gb/s SATA interface, with a spindle speed of 5900RPM. The drive is featuring four platters, 1TB each and comes …

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Toshiba MG04ACA400A 4TB Enterprise HDD Review

Toshiba MG04ACA400A 4TB Enterprise HDD Review The new MG04ACA series from Toshiba is composed from drives which are meant for enterprise, mission-critical applications, while sporting higher transfer rates and capacities. The tested sample comes with 128MB of cache and comes in two versions, depending on the applications it is needed for: with 512 sector emulation …

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ASUSTOR AS5104T 4-bay NAS Review

ASUSTOR AS5104T 4-bay NAS Review The AS5104T NAS from ASUSTOR is built upon the proven chassis solution we have found on their previous generations, with an easy readable LCD display and additional buttons for performing the initial configuration without the need of a PC or extra software. The Celeron J1900 quad-core processor at its core …

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KingSing T8 Smartphone Review

KingSing T8 Smartphone Review Along with the Elephone G3, this is the second low-cost smartphone we are testing on MadShrimps and we can consider ourselves impressed that for only $99 we are receiving a product with an exterior design similar to one of the Xiaomi flagships, is equipped MTKs last year octa-core processor and is …

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Thecus N4310 Soho/Home Linux NAS Server Review

Thecus N4310 Soho/Home Linux NAS Server Review The latest N4310 SOHO/Home NAS from Thecus is a visible upgrade over their low-cost N2310, both outside and inside; the hardware has been beefed up regarding the number of USB 3.0 ports, we’ve got more internal RAM and the SoC frequency (AMCC APM86491RDK) is now 1GHz instead of …

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Corsair Gaming H1500 Dolby Gaming Headset Review

Corsair Gaming H1500 Dolby Gaming Headset Review The H1500 headset takes part of the latest Corsair Gaming series, packs dual 50mm drives and is able to emulate 7.1 surround sound thanks to the Dolby Pro Logic IIx certification. The product comes with a 3-meter cable and on it we will also find a tiny remote …

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Cooler Master Novatouch TKL Gaming Keyboard Review

Cooler Master Novatouch TKL Gaming Keyboard Review The latest NovaTouch TKL keyboard from Cooler Master is featuring revised switches made in cooperation with Topre which can accommodate regular Cherry MX keycaps and the manufacturer has also included O-rings In order to prevent bottoming out and this way some of the noise is eliminated… at Madshrimps Related …

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Xiaomi Mi4 64GB Smartphone Review

Xiaomi Mi4 64GB Smartphone Review After testing a lot of aspects of the Mi4 smartphone which was the Xiaomi flagship of last year, we can consider ourselves quite impressed in terms of performance and the gap it has created over the mainstream models we have tested in the past is quite big… at Madshrimps Related Items: …

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NZXT DOKO PC Streaming Device Review

NZXT DOKO PC Streaming Device Review DOKO is a new PC streaming device from NZXT which allows connecting peripherals remotely thanks to the USB Over IP technology and connects to our TV via HDMI (1080P@30Hz). For optimal experience, we are recommended to connect the DOKO directly to our router on a wired connection and the …

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Corsair Hydro H110i GT CPU Cooler Review

Corsair Hydro H110i GT CPU Cooler Review Corsair is one of the leading brands in the All In One liquid cooling solutions market. By teaming up with Asetek and Cool IT they are able to use the latest technology and add to these provided cooling solutions their own little trademarks. Lately the AIO market is …

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Shuttle Barebone XH97V PC Review

Shuttle Barebone XH97V PC Review By sporting one of the latest Intel chipsets, Shuttle has built another barebone from their Slim-PC series, which can accommodate processors from the latest Haswell or Haswell Refresh series, up to 16GB of SODIMM RAM, extra storage via the full-size Mini-PCIe slot, additional expansion thanks to the half-size Mini-PCIe slot …

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Corsair Vengeance K70 RGB Fully Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

Corsair Vengeance K70 RGB Fully Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review Corsair have really outdone themselves with the release of the K70 RGB keyboard, by providing near unlimited possibilities regarding the LED lighting configuration thanks to the CUE software but also a large number of customizations are available per-key… at Madshrimps Related Items: Corsair Vengeance K95 Fully Mechanical …

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HIS Multi-View USB Portable Docking Station Review

HIS Multi-View USB Portable Docking Station Review For people constantly on-the go, the HIS Multi-View USB Portable Docking station comes to help by providing an extra HDMI port, one VGA port but also one Ethernet gigabit port, all in a single adapter; potential customers will say that by plugging this device we will lose one …

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UleFone Be One Smartphone Review

UleFone Be One Smartphone Review The Be One model from UleFone sports a newer Android version than Kolina K100+ V6, 4.4.2 and we have promises Android 5.0 will be also available for this model. Speaking of the device performances, we are dealing with the quite familiar octa-core MTK6592, which was released after the quad-core MTK6589, …

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Synology DS415play NAS Review

Synology DS415play NAS Review Synology presents itself with another high-quality NAS model, the DS415Play which is oriented to home users with plenty of multimedia content for playback on different devices. Thanks to the Intel solution, unsupported file formats will be converted for different devices on-the fly so they will be played without additional issues. The …

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Kolina K100 + V6 Smartphone Review

Kolina K100 + V6 Smartphone Review The Kolina K100 + V6 smartphone we have reviewed in this article shares the same SoC with the ThL 5000 and is a slightly overclocked version of the MTK6592, with the letter T at the end for Turbo. This SoC seems to provide decent performances for a mainstream product …

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Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G Smartphone Review

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G Smartphone Review The Redmi Note 4G smartphone has impressed us positively because if offers a lot for its value; the incorporated Snapdragon 400 MSM8928 SoC from Qualcomm may not have a very powerful 3D component but it compensates with good CPU performance, quite decent power consumption and thanks to that we …

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AMD Radeon R7 240GB SSD Review

AMD Radeon R7 240GB SSD Review The R7 240 AMD-Branded SSD succeeds to perform really well and positions itself along with the latest Vertex 460 and Vector 150 drives from OCZ; the product succeeds to render very good write speeds and it comes in 7mm format, which makes it compatible with the latest ultrabooks. AMD …

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E-CEROS Revolution 2 Tablet Review

E-CEROS Revolution 2 Tablet Review The tablet from the E-CEROS Chinese OEM has really impressed us in terms of performance; Revolution 2 is the successor of the original Revolution tablet which was launched last year and packs a gorgeous IPS 2048×1536 9.7’’ display and in some way it has some resemblances with the Apple products… …

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Fractal Kelvin T12 AIO Watercooling Kit Review

Fractal Kelvin T12 AIO Watercooling Kit Review Fractal already revealed its upcoming Kelvin water cooling series at CeBIT 2014 in Hannover; at Computex we saw the same prototypes again. Back than the launch date was foreseen for mid-summer. Now on the 9th of December 2014 it is D-day for the new breed of All In …

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ECS Z97I-DRONE Mini-ITX Motherboard Review

ECS Z97I-DRONE Mini-ITX Motherboard Review ECS does not disappoint with the release of the cheap ECS Z97I-Drone which allows installation of a powerful Haswell processor which can be paired with RAM up to 16GB and eventually a potent VGA card inside the provided PCI Express x16 slot; be warned however that using a beefy CPU …

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QNAP TS-653 Pro SMB NAS Review

QNAP TS-653 Pro SMB NAS Review The TS-653 Pro NAS from QNAP is built on a solid Intel platform and while using the chassis from last year, the power consumption is noticeably less, while keeping a high level of performance. Thanks to the Intel Celeron J1900 Quad-Core, we also have transcoding capabilities up to 4K …

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Silicon Power Armor Series A30 USB 3.0 2TB Portable HDD Review

Silicon Power Armor Series A30 USB 3.0 2TB Portable HDD Review The Armor A30 2.5’’ USB 3.0 portable drives from Silicon Power are built to last in harsh conditions and the manufacturer has included materials like shock-resistant silica gel which combines with the plastic external shell. Silicon Power also reminds us that the drive has …

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