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HyperX MicroSD Gaming Card Review: Is it Fast Enough?

We check out HyperX’s latest product! Kingston’s gaming division HyperX is no stranger to producing swag gaming gear: from gaming headsets to aluminum-bodied mechanical keyboards to

Intel SSD 660p review: Quad Level Cell (QLC/4-bit) NAND makes its debut

Good performance for a startlingly low price make this drive a game-changer for bargain users. But it’s a dud when it runs out of cache.

Sony G Series Professional SSD review: What a super-reliable, fast SATA SSD is like

This fast 2.5-inch SSD is warrantied for 10 years and an ocean of writes, but you pay a hefty premium for the peace of mind.

Toshiba RC100 NVMe SSD review: A good bargain SSD for laptops

It’s thin, short, and energy-efficient, if not particularly fast. Even though Toshiba’s RC100 is the slowest M.2 NVMe SSD we’ve tested, it’s still a kick

Top 5 Reasons to BUY or NOT buy the Acer Nitro 5 (AN515-42, Radeon RX 560X)!

We have already shared with you a detailed review of the Acer Nitro 5 (AN515-42, Radeon RX 560X) and we thought you would be intrigued to learn more

Kingston A1000 SSD review: A budget M.2 NVMe beaten at its own game by better drives

A nice upgrade from SATA, but at this point, not much cheaper than much faster drives You’ll get a nice boost in storage performance over

Best Memory Card Readers 2018

When you have a memory card full of images to transfer to your computer, a card reader is the best, and quickest, way to get

Dell Inspiron 15 5570 (Core i7-8550U, AMD Radeon 530) review – too little, too late

Pros Fairly portable Supports M.2 SSD and 2.5-inch HDD even from the lowest configuration Cons Unconvincing build quality Dim display with narrow sRGB coverage and

Zebronics Premier ZEB-916B Review

Our Verdict Let’s summarise all the aspects of the Premier before giving out our final verdict. There are two 120mm fans on the front panel

Kingston A400 SSD 240 GB Review

Our Verdict The Kingston A400 breathes a new lease of life into the entry-level SSD segment with the updated controller. And even the pricing is

Acer Aspire 7 (A717-71G) review – Acer’s high-performance mid-ranger

Pros Good build quality with brushed aluminum Nice keyboard, usable touchpad Excellent, bright IPS panel with wide sRGB and high contrast The display doesn’t use

10 killer PC upgrades that are shockingly cheap

Looking to put more pep in your PC’s step? These surprisingly cheap PC upgrades and accessories do the trick without breaking the bank. No need

Acer Spin 7 (SP714-51) review 2017 – ultra-thin and stylish laptop with an amazing display

Pros Good build quality Touch screen rotating at 360 degrees The display covers 91% of sRGB/ITU-R BT.709 The panel doesn’t use PWM for regulating screen brightness

Everything You Need to Know About Memory Cards

No matter what digital camera you shoot with nowadays, you must have some kind of storage where your media is going to be saved to.

7 Cheap USB Flash Drives (Under $10), Ranked Best to Worst

Sure, we have cloud services now, but that doesn’t mean flash drives are obsolete. USB flash drives are easy to transport, typically inexpensive, and are

HyperX Alloy Elite review

OUR VERDICT The HyperX Alloy Elite is a reasonably priced gaming keyboard with nearly all the features of its more expensive competitors. FOR Reasonably priced

Hands on: Origin M-X99 M-class review

OUR EARLY VERDICT An excellent workstation PC which crams in some powerful components at a relatively reasonable price. FOR Good value-for-money Very compact, yet offers

Kingston HyperX Pulsefire Review: A Strong Start

THE GOOD Comfortable Simple setup Works in all genres Nothing extraneous THE BAD Jarring illumination No customization options VERDICT The Kingston HyperX Pulsefire is a

Hands on: Origin NS-17 review

OUR EARLY VERDICT This is one of the most powerful mobile laptops we’ve ever tested, but sadly, it’s more of a gaming laptop than a

Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate GT review

The Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate GT is more of a statement than a practical storage device. For the first time, a thumb drive — a little

2017 Infiniti Q60 Red Sport 400 Review

Could the 2017 Infiniti Q60 Red Sport 400 be the prettiest car the Japanese automaker has ever made? Leaving aside curvaceous but impractical concepts, I

Kingston 1TB SSDNow KC400 review

The Kingston 1TB SSDNow KC400 is a hard drive that sets out to change perceptions. It’s long been assumed if you want impressively fast data

Kingston HyperX Savage 240GB SSD Review : a premium product with value and performance

The Good + Current price has become reasonably affordable + Premium design for the rig + Consistent and responsive performance The Not so Good –

The Intel Xeon E5 v4 Review: Testing Broadwell-EP With Demanding Server Workloads

We have been spoiled. Since the introduction of the Xeon “Nehalem” 5500 (Xeon 5500, March 2009), Intel has been increasing the core counts of their

Kingston DataTraveler 2000 Review – Encryption made simple

Data security and privacy is a pretty hot topic right now. Currently Apple is battling it out with the FBI over whether or not they

Cyberpower Infinity X55 SE review: Skylake processor + AMD graphics = one power-hungry gaming rig

The Infinity X55 SE is a rugged-looking desktop PC with chopped off corners and a protruding front grill, which give it an industrial, almost military

How to liquid-cool your GPU in 20 minutes

Closed-loop liquid cooling can be yours for cheap, but read this first to make sure you and your GPU are up for it. You may

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950 2GB Video Card Review – ASUS STRIX GTX 950

NVIDIA today launched their latest mainstream graphics card, the GeForce GTX 950, which features a suggested retail price of $159 and uses the GM206 Maxwell

ADATA XPG SX930 SSD review: Nothing special about performance numbers, but it has a 5-yr warranty

ADATA is a known name in the memory and storage segment of the PC components business.  Recently the company released the XPG SX930 series of

Kingston microDuo 3C USB-C Review – One drive, Two plugs

One day the tech world will have embraced the USB-C connector – until then, we’re reliant on devices like Kingston’s DataTraveler microDuo 3C USB Flash