Reviews

The NETGEAR Orbi LBR20 is a hybrid mobile hotspot and WiFi mesh-capable router. With the option to pair to satellite units and have wired or 4G LTE Internet options, especially with the latter as a backup or even primary connection, it is a reliable home WiFi option for many across the globe without reliable wired broadband access.
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Author:VSG
In:Networking
With looks fit for a king and performance to match, the Trident Z Royal from G.SKILL is back. With a 2x 16 GB specification at 4000 MHz, this kit is not only fast, but also looks glamorous on your shelf or when installed.
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Author:Nate
In:Memory
The ASUS TUF Gaming X570-Pro (WiFi) is the latest from the brand's popular TUF Gaming Alliance. Featuring a powerful VRM, plenty of storage connectivity, and a broad family of TUF components to match with, the ASUS TUF Gaming X570-Pro (WiFi) could be the perfect balance of price to performance.
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Author:Black Haru
In:Motherboards
ASRock looks to expand its Mini-PC lineup with the NUC BOX-1165G7. This barebones system sports a 4-core, 8-thread Intel Tiger Lake 10nm CPU. Add Intel's Iris Xe Graphics, which is a step up from previous designs, and you have the basis for a small but powerful system for various niche markets.
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Author:crazyeyesreaper
In:Other
At just 57 g, the ambidextrous Pulsefire Haste is HyperX's first ultra-lightweight mouse. Equipped with TTC Golden switches rated for 60 M clicks for the main buttons, PixArt's PAW3335 sensor, high quality pure PTFE feet, and a highly flexible, braided cable, the Pulsefire Haste should be worth a look if you’re after an affordable gaming mouse.
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Author:pzogel
In:Mice
The Creative SXFI Gamer is an amazing USB gaming headset, offering excellent sound and microphone quality, intuitive controls, and an advanced Super X-Fi technology with the addition of their so-called Battle Mode, which will give you a competitive edge in multiplayer shooters.
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Author:Inle
In:Headphones
The Team Group T-Create Classic 10L is a high-capacity memory kit available in either 2666 MHz or 3200 MHz, with a low-profile design and a 10-layer PCB for extra stability. My sample consists of a pair of 32 GB sticks with the higher 3200 MHz specification—let's see how 64 GB of native 3200 MHz memory performs!
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Author:Nate
In:Memory
The Corsair 5000D Airflow is the first full-tower chassis from the brand with their new signature look, and the yellow color accents we first saw in the 4000D. As the name and form factor imply, the 5000D Airflow is both taller and deeper, but still follows the same clean and beautiful design language while offering more space and cooling possibilities.
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Author:Darksaber
In:Cases
With much anticipation, Glorious releases their Model O Wireless. At just 69 g, the Model O Wireless is almost as light as its wired sibling, all while having up to 71 hours of battery life and top-tier tracking, provided by their proprietary BAMF sensor. What's more, the Model O Wireless retails for just $79.99.
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Author:pzogel
In:Mice
The Epoch of Makers joins the TPU review database with the Epomaker GK96S keyboard. There are so many features and options here that it might as well be a custom kit instead of pre-built, and today, we check out the special left-handed numpad version with PBT tricolor keycaps and Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity.
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Author:VSG
In:Keyboards
HiFiMAN's original HE400 turned a few heads in the headphone industry when it launched eight years ago. Since then, the design has been updated a few times, most noticeably with the release of the i-version. Today, we will have a look at the 2020 version of the HE400i. Despite the upgrades, it remains relatively affordable at $169.
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Author:Frederik S
In:Headphones
With the Divider series, Thermaltake is introducing a new line of cases featuring clean glass panels, plenty of cooling, and an internal layout that goes beyond what the mass market provides, while utilizing solid glass and sturdy steel. The Divider 300 is the first of the series, with more sizes being introduced in the near future.
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Author:Darksaber
In:Cases
The Gigabyte Z490I AORUS Ultra comes with a lot of hardware packed into a small form factor. Among the features are 2.5 Gb/s Ethernet, WiFi 6, dual M.2 slots, and top-tier 90 A power stages. Let's see just how good this SFF Z490 entry from Gigabyte really is!
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Author:Nate
In:Motherboards
Vortexgear is 10 years old and wants to celebrate with us by releasing the Vortex 10. It builds upon everything the company has learned, using their 60% Poker keyboards as a base and throwing a Taiwanese kitchen sink at it with a polycarbonate case, side lighting, hot-swap switches, and extended user controls.
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Author:VSG
In:Keyboards
The Irid 353 ARGB sports three 120 mm fans and a fully fledged ARGB controller right out of the box, along with a useful fan hub. It even incorporates a glass front and side panel, which has the Irid 353 ARGB stand out from among a plethora of affordable mATX choices.
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Author:Darksaber
In:Cases
This article serves as a continuously updated summary of currently known leaks and official announcements regarding upcoming hardware releases in 2021. We cover and keep track of developments for Intel Rocket Lake, AMD Zen 4, NVIDIA's future Ampere cards, Radeon RX 6700 Series, Intel's next Xe GPU, chipsets, memory and more.
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Author:btarunr
In:Other
The HP EX900 Pro SSD is sold at just 11 cents per GB, which is a highly competitive price. Unlike many competitors, HP does include a DRAM cache at that price point, which helps improve performance, especially in random write situations.
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Author:W1zzard
In:SSD
The Chieftronic PowerUp 850 W is an affordable model, considering current market situations. While the capacitors are not top-grade, probably for cost reasons, overall performance is still satisfactory, and the power supply runs whisper-quiet.
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Author:crmaris
In:Power Supplies
The DM6 Holey S is Dream Machines' first mouse with a lightweight honeycomb shell. Equipped with PixArt's PMW3389, Huano switches for the main buttons, and a highly flexible cable, the DM6 should be worth a look for anyone in the market for an affordable right-handed ergonomic mouse.
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Author:pzogel
In:Mice
Thermaltake is back with a fresh look to their TOUGHRAM RGB memory. The new white edition TOUGHRAM RGB memory features the same performance and trademark profile giving consumers even more customization options. Let's dig into this 2x16 GB 3200 MHz CL16 sample and see how the new finish stacks up!
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Author:Nate
In:Memory
The Antec P10 Flux brings Antec's signature five-fan setup to the P-Series: You get the clean, minimalistic look with the sound dampening and fan control while staying clear of ARGB lighting. This makes the Antec P10 Flux a unique and surprisingly useful option for workstations and professional users.
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Author:Darksaber
In:Cases
ASUS once again delivers with their Maximus line of high-end motherboards. The Maximus XII Extreme represents the best ASUS has to offer: top-tier connectivity, a massive VRM, great aesthetics, and a host of high-end accessories. Is there anything the Maximus XII Extreme does not offer?
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Author:Nate
In:Motherboards
The Sharkoon Light² 100 is the budget version of the Light² 200. Sporting the same shape, PixArt's PMW3325 sensor, and a weight of 78 g, the Light² 100 at just $24.99 only costs half as much as the Light² 200.
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Author:pzogel
In:Mice
The Kingston KC2500 promises to offer higher transfer rates than the Kingston KC2000, which it is based on. Due to a new firmware, Kingston was able to unlock additional performance. We measured almost 3 GB/s in writes and well above that in reads.
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Author:W1zzard
In:SSD
The Elgato Wave:1 is a compact, great-sounding $120 USB microphone accompanied by a powerful digital mixing solution, which makes it a complete package for streaming. While it lacks a couple of the features of the more expensive Wave:3, its performance is practically identical, an excellent choice for anyone looking to save money wherever possible.
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Author:Inle
In:Other