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EZVIZ Husky 1080P WiFi/PoE Security Bullet Camera :: Posted On February 03, 2017
EZVIZ Husky 1080P WiFi/PoE Security Bullet Camera
The EZVIZ Husky 1080P WiFi/PoE Security Bullet Camera looks like a fairly typical bullet style outdoor camera. It boasts a 1080P resolution and can connect to your network via a wired or Wi-Fi connection. If you opt for wired you can also run just the one cable if you have a PoE injector or switch. With a claimed 100 feet of IR night vision range and motion detection, this does appear to be quite a feature rich camera.
NewerTech NuPower 60W USB-C Power Adapter :: Posted On January 17, 2017
NewerTech NuPower 60W USB-C Power Adapter
Over the years we have reviewed several NewerTech devices and they have typically gotten very favorable reviews. Their accessories tend to be well made with thoughtful designs that actually perform. So today we have one of their newer products, the NewerTech NuPower 60W USB-C power adapter. This unit is primarily designed to be a USB C charger that includes an additional USB Type A port to charge all devices.
EZVIZ Mini Plus HD 1080p WiFi Home Security Camera :: Posted On December 23, 2016
EZVIZ Mini Plus HD 1080p WiFi Home Security Camera
The EZVIZ Mini Plus HD 1080p WiFi home security camera offers surprisingly good performance, and the image quality is second to none when compared to other 1080p cameras I have seen. You can manage your video clips in the cloud, which some people may prefer, but I like the fact that you can also record them locally. While I would prefer to have the ability to record the camera feed to a networked device, the inclusion of a microSD card slot gives me some control back.
Ring Stick Up Cam and Solar Panel :: Posted On December 16, 2016
Ring Stick Up Cam and Solar Panel
The Ring Stick Up Cam is roughly the same size and shape as the original Ring Video Doorbell and the feature set is very similar. Packed in the black housing is a 720p camera, a built in battery, night vision capability, motion detection, 2-way audio, and a one year warranty but a lifetime theft replacement policy. What sets this camera apart though is the optional solar panel that runs an additional $49. This really is a game changer.
NuBryte Touchpoint Smart Home Solution :: Posted On December 12, 2016
NuBryte Touchpoint Smart Home Solution
NuBryte may not be a household name to many, but they are one of the many players in the home automation market that would love to see their product end up in your household. The NuBryte Touchpoint is a wall mounted touchscreen device that installs in place of a typical one or two gang light switch. Once installed, it will provide lighting control, basic home security, and house management features at your finger tips in the convenient location of your choosing.
Rosewill RMS-16003 Dual Arm Monitor Desk Mount :: Posted On December 11, 2016
Rosewill RMS-16003 Dual Arm Monitor Desk Mount
The Rosewill RMS-16003 is very well designed dual arm monitor mount, that will get your two flat panel displays up off your desk and let you place them exactly at the position you want them. There is plenty of adjustment for height, depth, tilt, swivel, and rotation, and I am personally very pleased with how my matched set of 22" monitors look now. On top of that, you will regain a good deal of desktop real estate, which I may be just as excited about.

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ID-Cooling FrostFlow 240L CPU Cooler
As we've said before it's always nice when a new manufacturer approaches us here at pcGameware. This allows us to approach a review without any preconceived ideas and that's always a good thing. This time around it's CPU Cooling specialist ID-Cooling, although to be fair they now make far more than just CPU Coolers. The first product that we here at pcG will take a look at is the ID-Cooling FrostFlow 240L. pcgameware.co.uk
ASUS ZenBook 3 (UX390UA) Ultrabook
Hot on the heels of our Dell XPS 13 review, today we are looking at the brand-new ASUS ZenBook 3. What has really caught my eye about the ZenBook 3 is its physical dimensions - it measures just 11.9mm thick, while it weighs a mere 910g. With Kaby Lake hardware inside, as well as the promise of a crisp 1080p display and Harman Kardon speakers, could this be our new ultrabook of choice? kitguru.net
Intel Pentium G4500 CPU
The Pentium G4500 is a low-cost desktop CPU from Intel, with two cores, 3.5 GHz clock, based on the "Skylake" architecture and compatible with LGA1151 socket. Let's check if is it a good choice for a budget PC. hardwaresecrets.com
Cougar Attack X3 RGB Keyboard
The Cougar Attack X3 RGB arrived Technic3D. "Cherry MX Switches, fully configurable key functions (including macros), RGB backlight and a durable and visually stunning aluminum design?" Technic3D will see the complete functions in the following Review. technic3d.com
Sandberg PowerBank 18200
With a high capacity of 18.200mAh, three output ports, built-in LED torch and several electrical protections the budget-friendly PowerBank 18200 by Sandberg may just be what you've been looking for to keep your portable/mobile devices running when not at home or the office. nikktech.com
Creative Sound BlasterX Kratos S3 2.1 Speaker System
Sound BlasterX Kratos S3 is an entry-level 2.1 speaker system from Creative, which is marketed mostly at gamers, but can be also used on a wide range of devices thanks to the analog audio interface. It comes with two 2.75'' satellites and one 5.25'' down-firing subwoofer for a RMS total power of 46W. This should be more than enough for small apartments or for users that do not want to spend a fortune on a more advanced system, while providing easy switching with headphones, thanks to the included headphone jack located on the right satellite. madshrimps.be
Asus ROG G701VI Laptop
When Asus sent us the specification of the new ROG G701VI laptop we had a couple of thoughts. The first was a point of trivia as the model code suffix looks like VI or Roman 6 i.e. Skylake but in fact it is Vee Eye. The second, much bigger, point is that the specification looks amazing. Asus promises 'Desktop Performance In A Slim Package' and they make a good point. kitguru.net
Corsair K95 RGB Platinum Keyboard
What is the main reason to spend money on a "gaming" mechanical keyboard vs a regular keyboard? With membrane based gaming keyboards, your purchase depends mainly on features that you can only utilize during gameplay. But with a gaming mechanical keyboard, your priorities in performance to value are more broad. You're looking for a long life keyswitch that offers tactile feel and a comfortable typing experience as well. This is what we should all look for in a gaming mechanical keyboard, does the K95 Platinum live up to these expectations? benchmarkreviews.com
Fnatic Gear Duel Modular Gaming Headset
The Fnatic Gear Duel is hands-down the most interesting headset we have tested so far in our labs in terms of modularity. Thanks to the innovative design from AIAIAI, the product can be disassembled to the last bit, in order to obtain a configuration which will better suit our current needs. madshrimps.be
Ubiquiti UniFi AP AC PRO Wi-Fi Access Point
One of the rising stars in the enterprise networking world is Ubiquiti Networks, a company which has become very well known for producing competitive enterprise grade networking equipment for less than half the cost when compared to similar products from more well known brands... custompcreview.com
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