Leveraging Micron’s 176L B47R TLC and the company’s latest PCIe Gen4 NVMe controller, the Crucial P5 Plus is a high-performance SSD priced to sell.
Striking an appealing balance somewhere between thermal mitigation and aesthetic prominence, the Cooler Master MasterAir MA624 Stealth is a sharp-looking performer.
Build embedded servers, stream media, and route your traffic with Seeed’s latest Compute Module 4 carrier board.
The Dark Matter by Monoprice Collider TKL gaming keyboard offers a good typing experience, but an overreliance on bad software leaves it lagging behind the competition.
The iQunix A80 Explorer’s retro design is neat, but superior build quality and an outstanding typing experience are what make it great.
The X570S Aorus Master eliminates the chipset fan for silence and adds a more robust VRM, four total M.2 sockets, 12 USB ports, Wi-Fi 6E, and brings an improved look for $389.99.
The Intel NUC 11 Extreme Kit (Beast Canyon) is a pricey barebones gaming PC that can fit most graphics cards.
The be quiet! Shadow Rock Slim 2 provides great cooling in a small package for those needing something much quieter than some of the alternatives.
The Elgato Wave:1 is a sleek, compact condenser microphone that boasts excellent sound quality and a novel approach to audio mixing. It’s also extremely beginner-friendly.
The Dell XPS 17 is the perfect laptop for somebody who wants to do a little bit of everything, and then some.
The Razer Blade 14 fits an AMD Ryzen 5000 CPU and RTX 30-series graphics card into a thin, portable gaming laptop with a sharp, colorful and fast screen. But its keyboard gets warm when gaming.
ASRock’s X570S Riptide brings silence to the chipset, killer-based 2.5 GbE, Lightning Gaming ports, adequate power delivery and more for around $185