Reviews

Speedlink Strike NX wireless gamepad review: cheap cheap

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There are a lot of solid gamepads for PCs these days, although most are just repurposed console controllers from the Xbox 360, Xbox One or PlayStation 4. Speedlink’s Strike NX is different; a PC-only wireless gamepad that costs far less than full-fat console alternatives. Let’s see how much controller you can get for £24. There are a lot of solid gamepads …

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Gigabyte P35X v6 & P37X v6 review: two GTX 1070 laptops go head to head

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Today we’re doing something a little different — we’re reviewing two laptops at once, as we examine Gigabyte’s P35X and P37X v6. Both models are equipped with 4K screens, Core i7 processors and one of Nvidia’s latest GPUs: the mighty GTX 1070. Backed with the latest tech, these premium laptops should absolutely scream. Let’s put them to the test! Today we're doing …

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Acer Predator 15 G9-591 review

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Most gaming laptops these days are sleek, futuristic machines that signal their gaming prowess through flashy LEDs. The Acer Predator 15 is something of a throwback then, with an inch-thick body that’s filled to the brim with gaming features. There are definitely advantages to living it large — let’s take a look. Most gaming laptops these days are sleek, futuristic …

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Zowie XL2430 review: the ultimate 24-inch esports monitor

The BenQ RL2755 is a stylish gaming monitor, measuring 27 inches along the diagonal.

This Zowie XL2430 monitor may only measure 24 inches, but it’s packed to the brim with BenQ’s* latest gaming features. It also operates at a high refresh rate, 144Hz, making it a good choice for fast-paced games. It’s pricey though, so let’s dig a little deeper, and see how this eSports-focused Zowie monitor measures up against the competition. * Zowie is …

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Corsair ML120 & ML140 PRO review: magnetic levitation tech meets the humble case fan

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Normally case fans aren’t too exciting, but they’re a critical piece of any PC build — and these ones are actually pretty cool. Corsair’s new ML120 and ML140 fans use magnetic levitation instead of ball bearings, providing zero friction. That should make them quieter than fans running at the same speed (or equally, at higher speeds when producing an equal amount …

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