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Iiyama ProLite XUB3490WQSU

"  Iiyama is a monitor manufacturer that enthusiasts usually remember with fondness. Back in the day, when yours truly thought he was the bee's knees at Quake II, the iiyama Vision Master Pro 17 was the monitor to own and fawn over. Fast forward almost 20 years and the Japanese company has kept up with the times and now offers a bewildering range of LCD screens for almost every conceivable use. There's the expected multitude of 1080p screens, enough QHD and UHD models, but only one that uses the 21:9 widescreen format. Enter the ProLite XUB3490WQSU, equipped with an onerous name but, more importantly, a 3,440x1,440 resolution inside a 34in panel.  "

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Posted on Wednesday, August 03, 2016 @ 11:29:26 UTC in Iiyama by Wesslan



Dell Latitude 13 7370

"  Dell's XPS 13 can be considered one of the most desirable 13in laptops launched in recent years, and going by past experience, the larger XPS 15 is rather tasty, too. A beautiful InfinityEdge display is part of the appeal, yet while the XPS series has plenty of wow factor, they might not do enough to prevent corporate types from steering toward the favoured ThinkPad. What Dell needs, then, is an XPS 13 alternative that's been given a business-centric makeover. Enter the Latitude 13 7370.  "

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Posted on Wednesday, August 03, 2016 @ 11:10:55 UTC in Dell by Wesslan



EVGA DG-87

"  The PC industry is taking natural steps toward smaller, more efficient hardware, but the transition isn't necessarily good news if you're an enthusiast who laughs in the face of TDPs. If it's all-out performance you're after, you may be a tad disappointed to find that mammoth parts are becoming increasingly rare. Three-slot graphics cards longer than your forearm? CPU coolers the size of a car radiator? Chassis that can house as much power as a Death Star? Such things are these days harder to find, however there are some firms who continue to champion extreme gear. EVGA is a name synonymous with enthusiast hardware and having established itself as a purveyor of high-end graphics cards, motherboards and power supplies, the manufacturer has recently spread its wings with the introduction of gaming-focussed laptops, peripherals and chassis. Turning its attention to the latter segment, EVGA is now gearing up to launch four full-tower solutions under the DG-8 umbrella.  "

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Posted on Wednesday, August 03, 2016 @ 11:07:11 UTC in EVGA by Wesslan



Asustor AS3104T review

"  In the 2-bay NAS-devices test which we published a while ago, we were impressed by the Asustor AS1002T. In this article, we’ll be taking a look at its 4-bay relatice, the AS3104T, which contains a dual-core Intel Celeron N3050. The Asustor AS3104T, big enough for four drives, looks like a large black cube. On the front of the case, the manufacturer chose to put a diamond pattern, which gives us the impression that the designers had a very decorative, almost “jewellery”-like aesthetic in mind. The plastic lid, on the other hand, looks a little less luxurious.  "

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Posted on Monday, August 01, 2016 @ 19:59:46 UTC in ASUSTOR by Wesslan



Corsair Gaming M65 Pro RGB and Sabre RGB 10.000 DPI review

"  The past few months Corsair has added a number of gaming mice to their existing line-up. The Gaming M65 Pro RGB and Sabre RGB 10,000 DPI are modified versions of existing products, featuring a high-end optical sensor. In the meantime both models have reached our test lab, which means it’s time for a review! Since Corsair has phased out their M95, the M65 Pro RGB is the highest positioned model for FPS gamers. For this reason the mouse features a sniper button on the left side and the DPI can be adjusted on the fly via a button on top of the mouse. The optical sensor is capable of extrapolating up to a whopping 12,000 DPI.  "

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Posted on Monday, August 01, 2016 @ 19:57:34 UTC in Corsair by Wesslan



Corsair RM550x / RM650x review

"  In September last year Corsair launcher their new RMx-series of Gold-rated power supplies, that turned out to have an excellent price/performance ratio. Back then we reviewed the models with higher capacity, but today we take a look at the RM550x and the RM650x. Corsair RM550x When Corsair launched the RMx-series we only received power supplies of 750 watt or higher. However now we gotten our hands on the 550 and 650 watt models.  "

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Posted on Monday, August 01, 2016 @ 19:55:14 UTC in Corsair by Wesslan



Fractal Design Define Nano S review

"  Large Mini-ITX cases: it sounds like a contradictory concept, but see more and more examples of this type of case being brought to market. In light of the aged Bitfenix Prodigy and the more recently discussed NZXT Manta, we will take a closer look at the Fractal Design Define Nano S. That is quite a mouthful of a name, but this is a product with a solid family history. Will the smallest in this family honour its predecessors? Fractal Design has a reputation to keep up with the Define series, which has stood for clean designs, silent operation and above-average cooling capabilities for a good number of years. The brand has already brought numerous other Mini-ITX cases to market, cases that have often received our approval. This Nano S is the Mini-ITX implementation of the tried and tested Define concept, and we were naturally curious as to how this would work out in practice.  "

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Posted on Monday, August 01, 2016 @ 19:52:56 UTC in Fractal Design by Wesslan



In Win 303 review

"  By now In Win can be considered a unique case manufacturer. The past 30 years the company has developed itself from a mostly OEM manufacturer to a supplier of pricey, but progressively designed cases and for a while now they've also been releasing more affordable cases. The most recent example of such a case would be the 303, a case with a special exterior and interior, and a very reasonable price. Whenever we use the word 'art' in review headlines it's usually for a In Win review. The various 'frame' cases made of thick aluminum and glass stood out due to their hefty price tags and their willful appearance. This didn't always make for the best cooling performance, but then again that was never their main purpose. An In Win case is something to differentiate your system - if you have deep pockets.  "

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Posted on Monday, August 01, 2016 @ 19:50:19 UTC in IN WIN by Wesslan



Edifier Studio R2730DB Speaker Review

"  The Edifier Studio R2730DB Bluetooth speakers are aimed at those who want uncompromising audio quality, a range of connectivity options and appealing aesthetics – all without breaking the bank. The speakers certainly look good, but how do they perform? We will find out. Priced at just under £200, the Edifier Studio R2730DB speakers are not a cheap audio solution – so if you are looking for a basic replacement for an ageing pair of computer speakers, you will need to look elsewhere. Then again, they are by no means near the top-end of available hi-fi systems. We will assess the R2730DB set and see if they find a sweet-spot between price and performance.  "

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Posted on Monday, August 01, 2016 @ 18:58:25 UTC in Edifier by Wesslan



Corsair Neutron XTi 480GB review

"  It’s been quite a while since we looked at anything from Corsair’s storage division but today we look at the new top end high-performance SSD family, the Neutron XTi. The new drives replace the old but ageing flagship series, the Neutron XT. Just like the Neutron XT, the XTi uses the Phison PS3110 S10 controller but this time it is paired with Toshiba 15nm MLC NAND. The XT series used 19nm NAND.  "

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Posted on Monday, August 01, 2016 @ 18:55:06 UTC in Corsair by Wesslan




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