The Acer Nitro XV282K packs 4K resolution into a 144 Hz IPS panel with extended color, HDR and Adaptive-Sync. At 28 inches, it packs an impressive 157ppi density for a super sharp image.
NZXT brings a mesh front intake to its new H510 Flow, but by today’s standards, it’s far from a perfect case.
The overclocking-focused EVGA X570 Dark includes two M.2 sockets, eight SATA ports, a USB 3.2 Gen2x2 port, Wi-Fi 6 and 2.5 GbE.
The Alienware x17 is a sleek, slim gaming laptop with a beautiful display, but you have to be willing to pay a lot of money for it.
The Dark Matter by Monoprice 27-Inch gaming uses an IGZO panel to deliver a huge color gamut, along with 165 Hz, HDR and 1440p resolution, at a very affordable price.
Built for prosumers and gamers with a taste for speed, the MP600 Pro XT delivers awesome performance with Micron’s 176L TLC flash.
Lian Li’s mini-ITX Q58 case delivers a brilliant layout to achieve a compact, yet thermally capable ITX system. It looks pretty great, too.
Corsair’s Sabre RGB Pro Wireless packs an impressive sensor and up to 2,000 Hz polling into a comfortable shell that costs $20 less than Razer’s competing DeathAdder V2 Pro.
The Logitech G435 gives you lightweight wireless flexibility at a price more in line with wired gaming headsets. But don't expect miracles from the mic or drivers.
Epomaker’s GK108S has a lot going for it, and its low price leaves you with enough money to turn this good wireless mechanical keyboard kit into a great final product.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 4 has switched to a 16:10 display and the latest components from Intel and Nvidia, making for a powerful laptop that can show more of your work.
Alphacool’s Eisbaer Pro Aurora 360 provides next-level liquid cooling for high-end Intel and AMD CPUs.
MSI’s latest entry level laptop offers passable performance for its price, but isn’t too much cheaper than much more powerful machines from other manufacturers.
We benchmarked AMD's Ryzen 7 5700G in gaming and application workloads to see if it comes out on top.
We test out MakerDisk’s line of microSD cards and SSDs, all of which come with Raspberry Pi OS preloaded.