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OCZ Vector 150 SSD Review – Rattling The 120GB Competition

When it comes to solid-state drives, OCZ needs no introduction. The manufacturer has been around long before SSDs first entered the consumer market, and helped push them towards the performance and affordability standards of today. Out of the original bunch of companies, OCZ is one of the very few remaining that still holds a sizeable share in the SSD market. …

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Cooler Master Storm QuickFire Stealth Cherry MX Blue Mechanical Keyboard Review – Slanted Phantom Keys With A Tenkeyless Layout

Cooler Master Storm Stealth Cherry MX Blue Mechanical Keyboard featured

When we received a tour of Cooler Master’s suite at CES this year, one of the most intriguing showcases were the new keyboards. Previously, Cooler Master was not known as a company dabbling too much into gaming. This time around however, the gaming peripherals and hardware were endless. One of the biggest surprises was the CM Storm Trigger featuring Cherry MX …

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Patriot FUEL+ Mobile Rechargeable 7800mAh Battery Power Bank Review – 2.5A USB Charging Makes Its Mark

A few months ago Patriot unveiled their new FUEL+ line. Fast-forward to the present, and the now-released power banks are quietly distinguishing themselves as the best rechargeable mobile battery packs in the market. Rated between 1500mAh and 9000mAh, each of the seven flavours comes with its own unique design. We will be reviewing the 7800mAh model, which is the second-highest of …

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Angelbird SSD2go & Angelbird SSD2go TWIN 480GB External SSD Review – Pushing USB 3.0 To The Limit

angelbird ssd2go external usb 3.0 ssd twin 480gb 240gb feat

With the rapid progress of technology from one day to the next, concepts, ideas, inventions, and reinventions suddenly turn from wishful thinking into reality. In the case of solid-state drives the burning question was whether we would see a viable external solution. Conventional hard-drives already go their external variant primarily thanks to USB 2.0; with the raw speed and performance …

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Apotop DW17 Wi-Reader Pro Review – An Excellent Multifaceted Mobile Companion

Apotop DW17 Wi-Reader Pro

It seems as if the newest trend coming out from peripheral-based companies are a plethora of mobile companions. Starting off as battery-backup units, these devices have evolved further into capable media streamers, card readers, cloud storage clients, and wireless extenders/routers while still retaining their original purpose as a powerbank. We can effectively call them ‘mini-NAS’ units at this point. Now …

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KingFast E-Drive Pro KF2510SCF 120GB SLC SSD Review – Blistering SLC Performance At The Enterprise Level

If you are a novice regarding SSDs and SSD technology, the names ‘Runcore’ and ‘KingFast’ should at least strike a chord. The two companies recently merged, with KingFast becoming the sub-brand of RunCore; neither have shown signs of slowing down. Being two of the top SSD manufacturers, we will be looking at their newest SLC creation. Between the three NAND …

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Genius Ring Style Wireless Presenter Review – Anything But Conventional

Genius is a fairly new company in North America where peripherals and computer hardware are concerned, but they have quickly turned heads by creating very unique products. From mobile Bluetooth scanners to arcade sticks, their repertoire of ideas is impressive. One such example is the Ring Style Wireless Presenter. Genius has a plethora of different ring-styled mice, but this is …

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Cooler Master Storm Havoc Gaming Mouse Review – An 8200 DPI Refresh

Cooler Master has quietly been chipping away on their new line of products, most notably those multifaceted devices ready for PC and console systems. Computer hardware and accessories are still the main priority, and Cooler Master are always building, always improving on their designs. The new Cooler Master Storm Havoc gaming mouse is the prime example. The best way to describe it …

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nVIDIA Shield Officially Loses ‘Project’ Tag, Shows-Off Its New Look At E3 2013

Stopping by the nVIDIA booth at E3, we played around with the Shield, nVIDIA’s upcoming handheld Android system. Attached to a console-grade controller, the 5″ 720 retinal quality multi-touch display is quite stunning, and makes browsing through the system fluid alongside the powerful performance provided by the Tegra 4 – the custom 72-core NVIDIA GeForce GPU Quad-core ARM A15 CPU. …

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