Sabrent is dipping its feet into DRAM. Can the brand's Rocket DDR5-4800 make a splash?
Thermaltake’s Argent E700 gaming chair is beautiful, but it lacks detailed adjustments and lumbar support.
BenQ adds to its Mobiuz line of gaming monitors with the EX2710Q. Running at QHD resolution and 165 Hz, it delivers snappy response with a large color gamut.
We put the PNY XLR8 CS3140 SSD through our rigorous test suite against the best competing SSDs in the industry.
The Intel Core i3-12100 brings an incredible amount of gaming and application performance for a mere $104.
IOGear’s Hver Stealth is a $50 mechanical keyboard with RGB lighting and its own software for customization. But the keycaps and switches could be better.
The BenQ Mobiuz EX3210U is a 32-inch IPS, 4K Gaming Monitor with 144 Hz, Adaptive-Sync, HDR600 and extended color.
We put the HP FX900 SSD through the paces in our exhaustive test suite to see if it can take on the market leaders.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga (Gen 7) has a bright, 16:10 screen, plenty of ports and converts into a tablet, but it is expensive and there aren't a ton of repair options.
HyperX’s Cloud MIX Buds feature dual-wireless connections, including gamer-friendly low-latency 2.4 GHz wireless. Now if only those connections worked.
More powerful than the Raspberry Pi 4, and just as easy to use. The Khadas VIM4 is more expensive but that cost translates to more power in a familiar form factor.
HP’s Omen 27u is a 27-inch IPS Ultra HD monitor that runs at 144 Hz with Adaptive-Sync, HDR, HDMI 2.1 and extended color. It offers slick styling and smooth performance at a reasonable price.
The Royal Kludge RK89 fits a numeric keypad into a very compact design, but the compromises from missing and moved keys are too extreme.