I was incredibly impressed with the original Aorus X7 upon its release; the laptop packed an impressive amount of gaming horsepower into a dramatically thin 17-inch frame. Now the second version is here, with upgraded Intel processors and Nvidia graphics cards… and a few other nice changes that I’ve highlighted in the spec sheet below. Let’s see how it compares to the previous generation!
The Tesoro Lobera Supreme is a mechanical keyboard with an RGB backlight, provided with brown, red, black or blue Kalih switches. Today, I’m taking a look at the blue switch version, graciously provided by Tesoro themselves. Let’s see how this gaming keyboard compares to other mechanicals on the market!
The BenQ BL3200PT is a massive, high resolution monitor, with a thirty-two inch diagonal and a 2560 x 1440 resolution. It’s the bigger brother to the BenQ BL2710PT monitor I reviewed earlier this year, offering a whole lot of screen for around £500. The feature-filled monitor is designed for professionals – like photographers, graphic designers and CAD/CAM operators – but could also hook gamers looking for something more than the 27-inch 1440p standard. Let’s see how it shapes up.
Every year, dozens of new processors and graphics cards are released. It’s an opportunity for hobbyist PC builders to upgrade to new levels of performance, and the same is true for professional laptop makers. Gigabyte are no exception, and they’ve updated their P35 gaming laptop to include the latest Intel processors and Nvidia graphics cards. We’ve got the new P35W v2 in this week, so let’s see how it compares to its predecessor and other gaming laptops on the market.
A few weeks back I was sent a leather smartphone holster from Blacksmith-Labs. The case is meant to be a premium offering at $80 and is hand-crafted from real leather. I’m looking at a case for the Nexus 5, part of their Bruno collection in Chestnut Brown with a Gunmetal clip. Here are my impressions.
The LG G Watch is the first Android Wear smartwatch, and it was set to be released on July 7th… but UK retailer Mobile Fun has received stock today, a week ahead of schedule.
Early last year we reviewed one of our first projectors at XSReviews, the BenQ W1060. We awarded that projector 9/10 stars, lauding its picture quality, connectivity options, accessible OSD and good value.
One year and a few months later, we’re back with its successor: the BenQ W1080ST. The new model comes with a way shorter throw ratio, 3D capabilities and a lighter build – but does it maintain the same thoughtful design as its predecessor? Let’s take a look.
Google kicked off its annual I/O developer conference this evening with a host of announcements on the future of its two biggest brands: Android and Chrome.