Out of the blue, a very nice gentleman from Cherry Corp UK asked me if I’d like to review their latest mechanical keyboard: the MX Board 6.0. It’s quite shiny, with 100 levels of red backlighting, Red Cherry MX switches, and full layout and slightly low-profile keycaps.
So of course I agreed, the keyboard arrived and I got down to work. I used it for a lot of things — gaming, writing tech articles—but I forgot to actually use it to write a review of the keyboard itself. Today, that ends: here’s my review.
The Tesoro Lobera Supreme is a mechanical keyboard with an RGB backlight, provided with brown, red, black or blue Kailh 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!
In a little break away from computer hardware, we’re moving to the lounge today to look at the Roku LT: a streaming media player for your TV. Roku are a relative latecomer to this already busy market place, and have to fight with some big players like Apple with the aTV, so let’s see how they cope.
Features:Up to 720p high-definition streaming 150+ Channels Built-in Wireless (wifi b/g/n compatible) HDMI video output (for high-definition) A/V output (for standard-definition)SpecificationsNetworking 802.11n Wi-Fi (b/g/n compatible) with WEP, WPA and WPA2 support Video Outputs Composite video [...]
Today we’re looking at the Prolimatech MK-26, Prolimatech’s second GPU cooler. Prolimatech are renowned for supreme quality products and supreme performance. The MK-26 is designed to use two 140mm or two 120mm fans and is compatible almost every current GPU on the market.SpecificationsTDP target: 0 – 320 Watt Fin spacing : 2.0mm Pipes: Six 6mm, sintered metal powder wick. Fin to pipe contact: Nickel solder Fan compatibility: 2 x 140mm fans or 2 x 120mm fans Recommended fans specifications: 140mm/1000rpm 120mm/1200rpmUnboxing
The Prolimatech MK-26 has a fairly basic looking box but does give you a look at what’s [...]
BeQuiet have gone from a relatively small name in the PSU industry to one of its dominant players and its continued to release new ranges of units on a regular basis, keeping sites like this flush with products. Today we’re looking at one such product, the Straight Power 580w. It’s modular, has braided cabling, the usual stuff.
Let’s make sure it’s safe for usage.Features
Virtually Silent OperationInstalled 135mm SilentWings fan includes a wide array of electronic and mechanical optimizations for best-of-class airflow with very low noise production, including: unique airflow-optimized fan blade design reduces [...]