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Tesoro Excalibur V2 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
Tesoro Excalibur V2 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
Beyond the lighting effects, I really like the Tesoro Excalibur V2 mechanical gaming keyboard... First and foremost, it feels very well built and I believe it could last for many years without issue. Just as you would expect with any legitimate gaming keyboard, it offers plenty of customization options, and I have finally taken advantage of the Sync Program feature and I am kicking myself for not having something like this previously.
SnapPower Guidelight Outlet Coverplate
SnapPower Guidelight Outlet Coverplate
The SnapPower Guidelight is a simple, but very smart solution to a situation many people may have. All of us have electric outlets, and many of us have nightlights, but now there is no need to lose an outlet because you have a nightlight. The automatic sensor only turns the nightlight on when it is dark, and I found that it works much better than other automatic nightlights that generally leave the nightlight on all day unless exposed to direct, bright light.
Tesoro Sagitta Spectrum Gaming Mouse
Tesoro Sagitta Spectrum Gaming Mouse
Overall I am very pleased with the performance of the Tesoro Sagitta Spectrum gaming mouse. It offers plenty of gamer friendly features in a package that is more like a traditional mouse, which is definitely something I prefer. For those looking for more advanced gaming features, you may be disappointed to know the maximum DPI setting is 5000, and that there is no onboard indication of which of the four levels you are presently using.
Two Isn't Always Better Than One - Ultrawide Monitors
Two Isn't Always Better Than One - Ultrawide Monitors
I remember when I first saw a multiple monitor workstation, the crisp display, the ability to work on multiple projects and the ease of accommodating and monitoring a number of windows at once (and the bragging rights) seemed like the stuff of dreams, I knew I was in love and wanted my own setup right there and then and I eventually ended up getting one but was it really worth it?
ICY DOCK MB492SKL-B, MB491SKL-B, and MB973SP-2B Drive Bays
ICY DOCK MB492SKL-B, MB491SKL-B, and MB973SP-2B Drive Bays
This review is going to cover 3 newer offerings from ICY DOCK that provide convenient, hot swap access to drives installed in your PC's case. We will look at the ToughArmor EX MB492SKL-B which lets you install two 2.5" drives in a single 3.5" external bay, the ToughArmor EX MB491SKL-B which lets you install one 2.5" drive in a single 3.5" external bay, and the FlexCage MB973SP-2B which lets you install three 3.5" drives in a double 5.25" bay.
Thecus W4000+ 4-Bay Windows Storage Server
Thecus W4000+ 4-Bay Windows Storage Server
The Thecus W4000+ 4-Bay Windows Storage Server is a solidly built product that is well suited to handle the shared storage needs of a small office / home office environment. It does not have all the bells and whistles of plugins and apps available on other NAS servers, but it does run on Windows Storage Server 2012 R2. This interface may be preferred by users in corporate environments, although it may make it less appealing for personal use.

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OCZ RD400 NVMe SSD (256GB/512GB/1TB)
More MB/s, more IOPS, and lower latencies are what storage enthusiasts dream of. CPUs, RAM, and GPUs are all pushing faster speeds than ever, but storage has typically been a bottleneck for enthusiasts, even after the introduction of SSDs. To enable faster speeds bus bandwidth has been increased over the years and storage has started to migrate onto the PCIe bus so that it is closer to the CPU. With the latest flash technology, protocols have even had to be rewritten to keep up as well. In the past two years Non-Volatile, Memory Express, or NVMe, has replaced AHCI protocol and is now common speak among storage enthusiasts. thessdreview.com
Thecus 2-bay N2810 4K NAS Server
The N2810 SMB Tower NAS from Thecus packs the low-power Intel Celeron N3050 Dual Core CPU at its heart and is paired with 2GB of DDR3 RAM. Two LAN ports are available for failover or LAG configurations while the HDMI interface can display up to 4K output (30Hz) on our TV, with the possibility to playback 4K video in H264 format (since it is supported via hardware). madshrimps.be
SteelSeries Siberia 350 Headset
SteelSeries, a company known for their support of eSports and wide range of gaming peripherals, have just about finished refreshing their gaming headset series better known as "Siberia." The Siberia 350 which Benchmark Reviews will be looking at today is a refresh of the previous SteelSeries Siberia v3 Prism headset. Utilizing 50mm drivers, DTS Headphone X technology and a classic SteelSeries fit and finish, the 350 adds 6.5 million colors through LEDs in the earcups and features SteelSeries technologies like GameSense through SteelSeries' settings software, SteelSeries Engine 3. benchmarkreviews.com
Creative Labs iRoar Bluetooth Speaker
I may have a bit more eclectic taste than most but I ran through a gauntlet of music from the likes of Pink Floyd, Enigma, Bach and Dj Aoki. No question the iRoar is easy to use for streaming and sounds great even with the default Blaster X profile enabled. hardwareasylum.com
SpeedLink Ledos Gaming Mouse
We tend to review quite a lot of high-end gaming mice but are there decent options for those on a tighter budget? Today, we are taking a look at the Ledos Optical Gaming Mouse from SpeedLink, featuring an ambidextrous design, an optical sensor with just enough DPI and 'rapid-fire' buttons. kitguru.net
SteelSeries Apex M500 Gaming Keyboard
When it comes to competitive gaming you want a product that works, you really don't care about looks, lights, or anything like that. It is all about function and helping you be the best gamer you can be. We've seen keyboards evolve over the past few years, but the plain jane solid competitive keyboard really has not changed all that much. SteelSeries latest entry into this segment is the Apex M500 which features a very simple design, Cherry MX Red mechanical key switches, and single-color backlighting. This keyboard is all about performance and function. It was designed specifically for the needs of professional gamers. thinkcomputers.org
Toshiba XG3 M.2 NVMe SSD (1TB)
The Toshiba XG3 SSD is a M.2 NVMe drive which just may be the most powerful SSD on the market….well not really on the market. It isn't available through consumer sales and can only be found pre-installed in ultrabooks, unless of course you are lucky enough to dig one up on eBay. The downfall of trying to get ones hands on such a OEM/client SSD that is not attained pre-configured in a new system, of course, is that there is no warranty. It is the chance you take and the trade-off for owning the best. On our test bench today is the 1TB capacity Toshiba XG3 M.2 NVMe PCIe SSD and we will be the first to admit that this SSD's performance was totally unexpected. thessdreview.com
Tesoro Sagitta Gaming Mouse
Gaming mice are all over the place from top-notch to bottom-third and here at TechX we understand that. It's our motive to give you the ability to scroll through those with ease and make a sound decision on your purchase, always trying to tow that line of price and function. Today we are going to introduce you to the Sagitta by Tesoro. From a glance at the package to experience inside you can find out if the Sagitta is right for you. technologyx.com
TP-LINK AC1750 Wi-Fi Range Extender
If placed in the right position, RE450 Range Extender from TP-LINK can help you cover dead Wi-Fi spots inside your office or apartment by retransmitting the received signal via wired connection but can also create additional networks so the laptop/desktop/smartphone or other devices you are using will get full signal. The product is easy to relocate because it also includes the power adapter so we only have to plug it in and adjust the antennas in a position of our choice. RE450 also supports the latest 1300Mbps AC standard on the 5GHz band so we have obtained much better results in the tests compared to the previous generations. madshrimps.be
Phanteks Eclipse P400S Case
Phanteks jumped into the case market not that long ago and since then has really made a name for themselves. Their Evolv series happens to be one of my favorite case series to date. Many Phanteks' cases sit in the mid-range in terms of price. They typically sit in the $100-$200 range, which is fine for most enthusiasts, but no everyone is going to spend that on a case. Phanteks knows this and has launched the Eclipse series. Right now it is comprised of two cases, the P400 ($69.99) and P400S ($79.99). Today we will be taking a look at the P400S, which is the silent version of the case so it has many sound-dampening features. thinkcomputers.org
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