NZXT have made their name with a series of bold, sculpted PC cases that go way beyond the standard ‘black metal cuboid’ design. We loved their Phantom and Manta cases when we’ve had them in for reviews, and their latest creation looks exciting too.
It’s the Noctis 450 Special Edition ROG, a custom variant of the Noctis case that was launched last year. The Special Edition comes in a unique Gun Gray colour scheme, and supports Aura Sync RGB lighting. Let’s take a closer look.
Aorus unveiled their latest laptops today, the refreshed X7 and new X5S. Both models come with sixth-generation Intel Core i7 processors, high-end Nvidia graphics cards and fast PCI-e solid state drives plus capacious mechanical hard drives.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is one of the biggest tech events of the year, as manufacturers from across the globe meet to show off their latest and greatest creations. Gaming laptop makers Aorus were at the show this year to announce a new laptop that takes the middle-place in their lineup, between the X3 Plus and the third-generation X7 Pro. The new laptop is unsurprisingly called the X5, and brings both gaming power and style to the 15-inch form factor.
While specifics are a little thin on the ground at the moment, Blizzard is apparently prepping something big for its PAX East announcement. Hopefully it’s a little more exciting than its big reveal at the PS4 debut show, where it announced that Diablo III would appear on the new console.
Even though we don’t know what it will be, we do know what it won’t be. According to the Blizzard release, it won’t be that long rumoured MMO that it’s been working on and it won’t be a sequel or an expansion. All Blizzard has said is that it’s “excited for you to get your hands on [it].”
Set to take place on the 22nd March, [...]
A host of sites that charge for reviews has grown up around the new mobile-app review market, giving those of us who’ve been doing this for years a bad name. Fortunately, some companies are standing up to it in an effort to end the practice.
Outlined by Andrew J Smith, a public relations manager in a blog post that detailed the outrageous fees some sites charge, Mr Smith showed a range from £18 for some sites, all the way up to almost £100 for a simple review. Some of the worst examples include iPhone App Review, Best 10 Apps, AppCraver and Tapscape, though the last two aren’t quiet as brazen.
“I had thought those sites I found were an aberration, but [...]