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Turtle Beach Earforce Z22 & Z60 Amplified PC Gaming Headset Review

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When it comes to PC gaming headsets there are few manufacturers in the industry that need no introduction. Today, Technology X has the privilege to delve deep into this category with none other than Turtle Beach. Turtle Beach has more than 35 years of audio experience, which means they have probably been producing high quality audio headsets longer than most of ... Read More »

CM Storm Devastator Review – Gaming Keyboard and Mouse Combo

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Getting two things to review in the same package feels a little overwhelming, yet exciting at the same time. I get to ask myself so many questions that I normally wouldn’t, such as: “How do these two devices work together?” or “Do they manage to pull off a similar style, making them feel like an item bundle” and even “What ... Read More »

ZOTAC GeForce GTX 680 AMP! Review – Single and Dual SLI Configs

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Back in June Technology X made the trip over to Taiwan, where we had the chance to sit down with Zotac and see the latest and greatest. Take a look at our article where Zotac was showcasing a couple of their mini PC’s as well as their GeForce GTX 780 AMP! graphics card. Founded in 2006, ZOTAC is a Chinese-based company that focuses ... Read More »

Understanding Graphics Cards – a Laymen’s Guide

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Have you ever shopped for a graphics card before? Maybe it was your first graphics card, maybe you didn’t buy a card and decided to stick with the integrated graphics that accompanied your fancy motherboard. Maybe you went out upgraded to the new AMD Radeon R9 295X2. Whether you are a graphics guru or new to the graphics market, this ... Read More »

BlackBerry Q10 Review – Lucky Number 10

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LUCKY NUMBER 10 If any one number could be considered lucky for BlackBerry, it would be the number 10. Their release of the BB Z10 full screen smart phone was followed a short time later by the Q10 with its physical keyboard; both of which contain the totally redesigned BB 10 OS. All of this occurred during the year that ... Read More »

Canon EF 24-105 f/4L IS USM Telephoto Lens Review

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Typically when you go to buy a DSLR and you don’t have any lenses already, you would opt to buy one with what is called a kit lens. It is called a kit lens because with DSLRs, there are two main parts to the camera. The body and the lens. Together they form a “kit,” you need both in order ... Read More »

Thermaltake Urban S71 Case Review

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 Thermaltake has never been one to shy away from innovation and their newest Urban S71 chassis design is just that!  Moving back to values of simplicity and elegance, Thermaltake has recreated the beauty of a minimalist design, yet with modern ideas such as the side windowed cover that open’s by hinge, vice removal of the panel. The Thermaltake Urban S71 ... Read More »

Bayan Audio Soundbook X3 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker Review

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Who is Bayan Audio? Back in 2011, an UK-based company started that had the sole intent of creating high quality products that produce phenomenal sound out of natural materials, that you can take with you wherever you may go. You may recognize them from a previous report we did a few weeks back, when we took a look at the Bayan ... Read More »

Biostar Hi-Fi Z97WE Motherboard Review

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Time has come again, and Intel has released a new chipset for the LGA 1150 socket. The new Z97 chipset from Intel is pretty similar to that of the Z87 chipset that Intel released a little over a year ago. The only change that Intel has made over the Z87 is the addition of the M.2 SSD support. This doesn’t mean that ... Read More »

Patriot Viper 32GB PC3-17000 2133Mhz DDR3 Memory Kit Review

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When choosing a memory kit to run in your computer, you shouldn’t take that choice lightly. Your RAM is basically the backbone of your system that enables everything to run buttery smooth. Should you decide to go with a smaller RAM kit, such as 4GB, you may not be able to keep too many programs running at the same time. ... Read More »

Girls of Computex 2014

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Each year we attend Computex in Taipei, Taiwan and each year we receive several requests to again show just a bit of the beauty that we see at this great tech event.  Back by popular demand we have included 100 of the best shots taken at Computex 2014.  Enjoy! If you enjoy this article, be sure to check out our ... Read More »

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