Adafruit’s smallest RP2040 board may lack GPIO pins but it brings plenty of power and flexibility to your projects.
The Razer Blade Pro 17 is a tough gaming laptop with higher resolution than most. But we expected more storage space at this price.
The Creality LD-002R is a printer that struggles to carve out a place for itself in a market saturated with competition.
The Asus ROG Delta S updates an older design with a Quad DAC beefing up the gaming headset's considerable sound and Hi-Res music at a decent price tag.
PiTray Mini offers an upgradeable Raspberry Pi for not a lot of money, but is this too much to hope for?
The ultimate typing keyboard, the Hexgears Impulse and its Box White Switches will make you faster and more comfortable for both work and play.
The Roccat Elo 7.1 Air wireless gaming headset punches above its weight class, but you’ll have a hard time determining how much battery life it has.
Corsair’s MP600 Pro is a fast and secure M.2 NVMe SSD that keeps cool with innovative cooling solutions.
Pico 2 Pi Adaptor has a simple goal, to use Raspberry Pi add ons with the Raspberry Pi Pico, and this board does it so well!
Kailh x NovelKeys Box Cream mechanical are more stable than other linear switches and sound better too.
ThinkPad’s first detachable admirably brings the ThinkPad experience to a tablet-focused form factor.
Cooler Master MasterFrame 700 transforms from creative showcase to practical test bench in a matter of minutes.
The Corsair K65 RGB Mini is a well-performing highly customizable keyboard that should help raise awareness for the 60% form factor despite a few (mostly cosmetic) flaws.
A low cost board that comes preloaded with a Raspberry Pi Pico, ready to power your electronics experiments.
An all-in-one kit that provides a great hardware platform to build IoT devices using the Arduino IoT Cloud.
Adafruit’s first ‘Pi Silicon’ board arrives and in no time at all it makes itself right at home in our next project.
The Phrozen Sonic Mini 4K resin 3D printer offers high resolution ideally suited for making finely detailed models but utilizes a tedious calibration process that has a few quirks.
The Epic-X RGB series of memory kits is one of PNY's latest additions. Can it disrupt the memory market?