Powered by Phison’s S12 SATA controller and Kioxia’s BiCS4 TLC flash, the Seagate FireCuda 120 delivers responsive performance and reliability in high capacities.
Alienware’s AW2521H is one of the fastest monitors we’ve ever tested. It runs at 360 Hz and delivers G-Sync with HDR. If you’re looking for ultimate gaming performance, it might be at the pinnacle.
AMD's Threadripper Pro 3995WX barrels into the workstation market with 64 cores, 128 threads, eight memory channels, and class-leading performance.
The Netgear Nighthawk XR1000 is an entry-level high-end gaming router with DumaOS 3.0, Wi-Fi 6, and Beamforming features for $349.
Corsair’s 5000X RGB chassis offers glass on four sides, but has a neat trick up its sleeve to keep cooling performance in check.
Asus' Zenbook Duo UX482 improves the dual-screen laptop experience with refined design and improved software. But the typing and mousing experience is still compromised.
If you don’t mind the holes, the SteelSeries Aerox 3 is a well-built and sturdy gaming mouse, but rivals have more advanced sensors.
Fast and efficient, the RTX 3070 basically matches the previous gen 2080 Ti at less than half the cost.
Robo Wunderkind is a STEM-based robotics kit consisting of different modules and sensors aimed at teaching kids how to create their own robots and learn the basics of coding.
TeamGroup's new Classic 10L DDR4-3200 C22 memory targets professional users. Is the performance good enough though?
Asus’ entry-level gaming router gets the essentials right, with a combination of gaming-centric features in a compact shell.
The Pixio PX279 Prime 27-inch gaming monitor has a few flaws but delivers smooth and responsive gaming with an excellent image once calibrated.
Crucial's Ballistix Max DDR4-5100 looks extremely fast on paper. Can the memory kit back it up in the real world?
The Lenovo ThinkVision S28u-10 offers sharp, colorful 4K images and stylish looks at a great price, but consider a third-party stand and don't expect frills such as HDR or USB.
The new Crosshair VIII Dark Hero brings out-of-the-box Ryzen 5000 support, a stealthy black theme, improved 90A VRMs, 12 USB ports, eight SATA ports and no more chipset fan for $399.
A good value, the Asus VP28UQG enables casual 4K gaming for rigs with budget graphics cards. But it lacks contrast, resulting in a washed out image.