HP Preps 7 New Gaming Monitors With 165Hz Refresh Rates

From PC Mag: If you’re in the market for a PC gaming monitor, HP is preparing seven new sub-$500 products.

They're part of the HP X Series gaming monitor lineup, and several models are already available for order on the company’s website. The rest will arrive in the coming weeks and months....

Realme launches MagDart magnetic wireless charging devices

From The Verge: As The Verge reported last week, Realme is working on a magnetic wireless charging system for its Android phones, and today it’s revealed a full range of products that’ll use the new technology. Realme is calling the system MagDart, and it’s basically a high-powered take on Apple’s...

Gigabyte's New 1200W Aorus Power Supply Has a Built-In Display

From PC Mag: Power supplies (PSU) are an essential part of any desktop computer, but not a component it's easy to get excited about. Gigabyte is aiming to change that by adding an LCD to its latest modular power block.

As Hexus reports, the Gigabyte Aorus P1200W is a fully modular PSU, which...

Turtle Beach’s Recon Controller for Xbox Now Available at Retail

From Turtle Beach Press Release: Turtle Beach Corporation (Nasdaq: HEAR), today announced that gamers on Xbox can now get their hands on the award-winning Recon™ Controller. Turtle Beach’s all-new Designed for Xbox Recon Controller was proudly designated with “Best of E3” awards from CNN Underscored...

The Drivestor 2 and 4. Your First NAS, Souped Up

From ASUSTOR Press Release: The Drivestor 2 and 4 are here and spelling the death knell for Gigabit Ethernet. The Drivestor 2 and 4 are equipped with two and four bays respectively and each contain a Realtek RTD1296 1.4 GHz Quad-Core processor and 1 GB of DDR4 memory for faster performance on an...

Redundancy, thy name is Lockerstor 4RD, 4RS and 12RD

From ASUSTOR Press Release: ASUSTOR Inc. has announced the Lockerstor 4RD, 4RS and 12RD, a brand new enterprise-grade four bay 1U and twelve bay 2U rack-mounted NAS. Equipped with an enterprise-grade Intel Atom Quad-Core processor and 8 GB of DDR4-2133 RAM, which is expandable to 128 GB, for a...

Kitcom NK60T Review (Page 1 of 3)

Lately, I have been getting into the custom mechanical keyboard hobby. A common question I get asked is, "Why do people spend so much money on a custom mechanical keyboard?" This is a completely fair question as all keyboards serve the same purpose no matter what the price is. My response to this is simple; it is a different typing experience. It is like how buying a dSLR or mirrorless camera and all the lens and accessories to shoot better...

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