The Razer Mamba Wireless has a good sensor and handy options for wireless or wired use, but you may not find it to be comfortable for long gaming sessions.
Adata’s XPG Prime ARGB Extension Cables look and feel good, but they’re not very flexible, too short for some builds, and they face tough competition from Lian Li.
The Mad Catz R.A.T. Air is a confusing, unreliable gaming mouse that attempts to stand out with short-life capacitors powered by a powered mat rather than a battery that needs charging.
HP’s P700 is a 10 Gbps portable SSD that features a cleverly designed storage box that snaps onto the SSD to conveniently carry the included cable and adapter on the go.
Phanteks’ Eclipse P300A comes with a mesh front and great looks in a compact ATX format for just $60, but does it offer enough for the entry-level builder?
The Asus ROG Chakram is an unforgettable gaming mouse with a joystick and swappable mechanical switches, but its removable buttons are clunky.
Lacking DRAM, but making up for it in price, Lexar’s NM610 is a capable entry-level SSD for nearly any builder’s budget.
The Cooler Master Caliber R2 takes over a room with its bold purple. It offers solid back and seat support, but the armrests and neck pillow need work.
The EVGA GeForce GTX 1650 GDDR6 is faster than the GDDR5 variant, but the GTX 1650 Super is 20% faster for basically the same price.
Alienware’s third revision of its m17 laptop is a beast when it comes to power and visuals, but you'll pay a premium for it.
The ASRock Z490 PG Velocita performed very well against its more-expensive competition, overclocked our CPU to 5.2 GHz, and offers lots of modern connectivity, though we’d like to see more USB.
Intel's Core i9-10900K cements itself as the fastest gaming processor on the planet, but that performance comes at a cost.
Viotek’s GNV34DBE ultra-wide HDR gaming monitor delivers excellent performance for the money and is a great match for budget and mid-price gaming rigs.
The Elegoo Mars Pro is a high-quality resin printer with a small footprint—ideal for both professional and amateur enthusiasts.
The Surface Go 2 has a bigger screen, longer battery life and better performance than its predecessor, but it gets expensive once you step above the base model.
The Asus ROG Strix RTX 2080 Super OC includes features like integrated fan and RGB headers and a robust heatsink and power delivery, coupled with a premium price.
The Dell XPS 15 (9500) gets slimmer bezels than ever around a 16:10 display, along with Intel’s latest, 10th Gen H-series chips.
The Asus ZenBook Duo UX481 is the best dual-screen laptop yet, combining good battery life with an intuitive UI in a 3.3-pound package.
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