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.
The Fnatic Duel is something special: a modular gaming headset. That means you can set it up as a lightweight set of headphones for your smartphone, or as a more immersive headset for gaming at your PC.
The headphones have an impressive sonic pedigree as well, as they’re actually a rebranded version of AIAIAI’s well-regarded TMA-2 headphones. It seems like a match made in heaven, but do they work as well for PC gaming as they do in the DJ booth? Let’s find out.The Fnatic Duel is something special: a modular gaming headset. That means you can set it up as a lightweight set of headphones for your smartphone, or as a more immersive headset for [...]
Razer have really filled out their peripherals business over the years, including some of the earliest mass-market mechanical keyboards, their ever-popular gaming mice, and even accessories like messenger bags (I own two!), mouse pads and mobile phone cases. With such a strong range, it’s no surprise that they’ve teamed up with partners like EA to offer licensed goods across their spectrum of products – we’ve seen StarCraft II, League of Legends and Mass Effect goods in the past, and they’ve all been neat additions for megafans of each title.
Today, Razer announced a new range for a new game – Battlefield 4. From what I understand, [...]
The Taiwanese Lian Li is well known for their high quality PC and NAS cases, they also have PSU’s and chassis-related accessories. Lian Li sent me the aluminum black PC-Z60 ATX case to review and that’s what we’ll be talking about today.
Unboxing and accessories
The PC-Z60 comes in a reasonably sized box with the main specifications printed in full colour. The claims for USB3.0 and a tool-less design are very promising.