Though costly at the highest capacities, Sabrent’s Rocket XTRM-Q offers up high performance over both USB 3.2 Gen 2 and Thunderbolt 3.
The Asus ROG Strix Go 2.4 is one of the most versatile gaming headsets out there. With three connectivity options, two mics and robust software, it’s ready for anything.
Boasting Crucial’s first consumer NVMe SSD controller and Micron’s 96L TLC NAND flash, Crucial’s P5 is the company’s fastest and most innovative SSD to date.
The Logitech G915 TKL wireless mechanical keyboard has a slim and sturdy frame and the option to easily switch between two types of cable-free connections. But it’s very expensive.
The Logitech G733 Lightspeed gaming headset is lightweight and offers good sound, but it uses rigid plastic to get there and the microphone quality isn’t amazing.
The Logitech G203 Lightsync is good-looking but pretty basic. That’s fine for the many gamers seeking something simple, but there’s stiff competition with other cheap gaming mice.
G.Skill's Trident Z Neo DDR4-3600 C14 is one of the fastest DDR4-3600 memory kits money can buy right now.
The Viotek GFI27QXA is a decent value among 144Hz 4K gaming monitors. If you can accept its perks, it's a great 27-incher.
Offering a smaller, more portable version of the imperious Blue Yeti for a cheaper price, the Blue Yeti Nano is a big deal
The pi-top  is a clever machine that makes learning programming intuitive and accessible with the help of a Raspberry Pi 4.
The Razer Blackshark V2 X is the entry-level version of the Razer Blackshark V2 headset. To reach the cheaper price point, the X drops premium features.
MSI’s B550I Gaming Edge Wi-Fi includes all the expected bells and whistles of the B550 chipset in a Mini-ITX size package, sans RGB.
An all aluminum case with a unique “gem” pattern that offers greater cooling for our Raspberry Pi 4.
The HP Omen 27i gaming monitor delivers a huge, accurate color gamut at 165 Hz. 1440p resolution and an IPS screen deliver a stunning image.
The $1100 ASRock Z490 Aqua performed well during testing with the monoblock, keeping the VRMs exceptionally cool, even when overclocked. But is it worth the insane price of admission?
UPDATE Packing the latest BiCS4 96L TLC, WD’s Blue SN550 is a DRAMless NVMe SSD that is capable of delivering speeds of up to 2.4 GBps.