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Corsair Strafe Mechanical Keyboard Review

Corsair Strafe Mechanical Keyboard Review We have reviewed quite a bit of Corsair gaming keyboards in the past and we can say that while they are a bit more expensive, the quality is top-notch and the experience is quite unique. With the Strafe, Corsair wants to introduce its premium products to more budget-conscious people, by …

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BIOSTAR N3150NH ITX Motherboard Review

BIOSTAR N3150NH ITX Motherboard Review By including the Celeron N3150 Braswell SoC from Intel, the BIOSTAR N3150NH board takes part of the low-end segment and we can clearly see that from the benchmarks we have ran, since the performance per core is quite low, the Celeron 3205U we have found with the Shuttle DS57U surpassing …

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HIS R7 370 IceQ X2 OC 2GB Video Card Review

HIS R7 370 IceQ X2 OC 2GB Video Card Review As we have mentioned before, the R7 370 GPU from AMD is basically one of the most refreshed components from the 300 series since we have seen it since Radeon HD 7850, then in the R7 265/270 cards and now again. While the speeds have …

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Tt eSPORTS BLACK V2 Gaming Mouse Review

Tt eSPORTS BLACK V2 Gaming Mouse Review During our time with the Black V2, the product seemed quite responsive and comfortable, while the extra buttons can be accessed easily when in-game. The mouse was tested in multiple game genres and here we could count League of Legends, Echo of Soul, The Talos Principle, Serious Sam …

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Fractal Design Node 202 Enclosure Review

Fractal Design Node 202 Enclosure Review One of Fractal Design’s highlights at Computex 2015 was for sure the enclosure we are taking a closer look at in this review: the Node 202, a small footprint chassis, combining sleek and the typical Fractal looks. Nevertheless the dimensions, this Node 202 provides the option to install a …

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HIS R9 380 IceQ X2 OC 2GB Video Card Review

HIS R9 380 IceQ X2 OC 2GB Video Card Review HIS has currently two R9 380 video cards available for sale, one with 2GB buffer and the other with 4GB of GDDR5. The 4GB version is sporting the same core clock frequency, but the memory runs just a little bit higher and to be more …

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Shuttle DS57U Barebone PC Review

Shuttle DS57U Barebone PC Review Shuttle has built the DS57U inside a proven chassis, which takes quite little space and succeeds to cool the internal components without the need of extra fans; one of the case laterals is acting like a huge heatsink and in this case it only remains warm even when the system …

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QNAP TS-453mini NAS Review

QNAP TS-453mini NAS Review Powered by a dedicated and efficient platform from Intel, the J1900 quad-core processor and paired with 2GB of RAM, the TS-453mini is running the last version of the fully-fledged QTS which is currently at its 4.1.4 version and is also sporting a unique-shaped chassis design. Speaking about the chassis, now it …

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HIS Radeon R9 390 IceQ X2 OC 8GB Video Card Review

HIS Radeon R9 390 IceQ X2 OC 8GB Video Card Review The technology incorporated inside the R9 390 GPU is not new but is based on the Hawaii (now baptized Grenada), with the same shader count, texture units, ROPs and so on. The manufacturing process is also still 28nm but there are minor improvements which …

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VKWorld VK6735 Smartphone Review

VKWorld VK6735 Smartphone Review VK6735 from VKWorld is another low-cost smartphone which is using the already established VK6735 SoC but at a lower frequency of 1GHz, while sporting the same ARM Mali-T720 GPU. We get 2GB of RAM for running more applications in the same time, 16GB of storage space with a single partition and …

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OCZ Vector 180 240GB SSD Review

OCZ Vector 180 240GB SSD Review The Vector 180 from OCZ takes part from their high-end offerings and besides the useful Power Failure Management Plus (PFM+) addition, we do also benefit from the ShieldPlus warranty which implies no shipping costs and no extra hassles. Thanks to the OCZ Barefoot 3 M00 controller, the performances of …

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HIS Radeon R9 390X IceQ X2 OC 8GB Video Card Review

HIS Radeon R9 390X IceQ X2 OC 8GB Video Card Review We are indeed dealing with a refresh of the previous Hawaii XT GPU now baptized Grenada XT, featuring GCN 1.1, 6200 million transistors, 2816 shading units, 176 TMUs, 64ROPs and 44 Compute Units. The available VRAM is now 8GB instead of 4GB GDDR5 and …

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BIOSTAR GAMING Z97X Motherboard Review

BIOSTAR GAMING Z97X Motherboard Review BIOSTAR has arrived to the market with their high-end board a little bit later but not without a lot of improvements like a revamped design, a bonus Gaming Commander box, a solid VRM, USB 3.1 capabilities, a redesigned and easier to use UEFI and more. Through the board features we …

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ASUSTOR AS-5102T 2-bay NAS Review

ASUSTOR AS-5102T 2-bay NAS Review AS5102T 2-bay NAS from ASUSTOR is undoubtedly the AS5104T little brother and while it loses the LCD display and two extra bays, most of the other features are included like the solid chassis, the Intel Celeron J1900 CPU, upgradeable memory feature from the included 2GB (up to 8GB), lockable trays …

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Corsair HG10 A1 Bracket + H80i GT Cooler Review

Corsair HG10 A1 Bracket + H80i GT Cooler Review Corsair has nailed it again with the release of the HG10 A1 GPU bracket, which is recycling the stock blower fan for optimal VRM cooling and combines it with the usage of one of the available AIO CPU coolers in order to bring excellent cooling performance …

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Mlais M7 Smartphone Review

Mlais M7 Smartphone Review The Mlais M7 smartphone has given us an overall pleasant experience thanks to its high-quality build and system performance. Speaking about the performance, the MT6752 SoC is able to deliver quite a bit especially when it is paired with HD displays so we were able to score over 47K in AnTuTu. …

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Matias Tactile Pro 4 Keyboard Review

Matias Tactile Pro 4 Keyboard Review The Keyboard Company has just started to bring in the Matias Tactile Pro and has lots of stock for potential enthusiast buyers. The newer v4 version is featuring re-engineered Matias Click switches compared to v3 and are meant to eliminate the ringing sound of the previous Fukka. Be warned …

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Blackview Zeta Smartphone Review

Blackview Zeta Smartphone Review Blackview has taken a step ahead regarding their low-end smartphone line by releasing the Zeta which is available in multiple colors so the younger people with budget restrictions would be more attracted to it. We see it as a worthy successor of the Breeze, by sporting a friendlier look and the …

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ADATA Premier SP600 128GB SSD Review

ADATA Premier SP600 128GB SSD Review The new revision of the ADATA Premier SP600 SSD is incorporating one of the newer Jmicron JMF670H controller, which is accompanied by one Nanya NT5CB64M16FP-DH as buffer and also eight ADATA-branded MLC NAND Flash memory chips. Premier SP600 is meant for the entry to mainstream market and while the …

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SISWOO C50 Longbow Smartphone Review

SISWOO C50 Longbow Smartphone Review We really enjoyed looking upon one of the latest smartphones which feature the 64-bit CPUs from MTK, the SISWOO C50 Longbow, which is a 5’’ HD terminal, with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage capacity. Its memory can be always enhanced via a microSDHC card and for taking photos …

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Silicon Power Armor A60 USB 3.0 Portable HDD Review

Silicon Power Armor A60 USB 3.0 Portable HDD Review After releasing the rugged Armor A30 model, Silicon Power went ahead and upgraded it with a new Armor A60 model, which has passed the military drop-test standards (MIL-STD 810G), including the specific height free fall test of 122cm. Additionally, the product is water resistant by supporting …

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Lenovo ThinkPad Helix 2nd Gen Convertible Tablet Review

Lenovo ThinkPad Helix 2nd Gen Convertible Tablet Review As the Dell Venue 11 Pro Convertible, the ThinkPad Helix 2-in-1 works on the same principle which means passive cooling, producing absolutely zero noise when operating, which is quite an achievement. The tested model comes equipped with the Intel Core M 5Y10 processor and is paired with …

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Fractal Design Kelvin S36 360mm Liquid Cooler Review

Fractal Design Kelvin S36 360mm Liquid Cooler Review Swedish Fractal Design already revealed its upcoming Kelvin CPU water cooling series way back at CeBIT 2014 in Hannover. At last year’s Computex we saw the same prototypes again, scheduled for a summer release. Finally in December 2014 the retail versions popped up; Fractal Design added three …

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Toshiba MQ02ABF075 2.5” Mobile Thin HDD Review

Toshiba MQ02ABF075 2.5” Mobile Thin HDD Review The MQ02ABF075 drive from Toshiba exhibits good performances for a 5400RPM drive and comes with two platters and four heads on a 7mm form factor. This drive is mostly meant for ultrabooks and high-end multimedia devices, which do not need very high read/write performances but more storage space …

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TP-LINK Archer C9 Wireless Dual Band Router Review

TP-LINK Archer C9 Wireless Dual Band Router Review Based on a second generation Broadcom chipset, the Archer C9 AC1900 router shares many characteristics with the C8 which we have reviewed previously, including elements of design. The router takes quite little space on the table and is ventilated properly thanks to the grill located in the …

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