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    ASUS ROG Strix GL504 SCAR II

    Review: ASUS ROG Strix SCAR II GL504VS Gaming Notebook

    The ASUS Republic of Gamers first introduced the ROG Strix SCAR Edition GL503 gaming notebook to meet the expectations of FPS gamers with high-performance internal...
    Plextor M9PeY

    Review – Plextor M9PeY PCIe Gen.3 x4 NVMe SSD

    We reviewed the Plextor M9PeG not long ago, actually. But then again, Plextor released the M9Pe series of NVMe SSD in a total of 3 different variants - an M.2 without heatsink, another M.2 with a heatsink, and also in HHHL form factor with a massive heatsink. The M9PeY is the HHHL form factor in the family, and we're here to test out how it performs.

    Corsair K55 RGB Gaming Keyboard Review

    Over the years of transition, mechanical keyboards have gone from the status of something only a hipster will get, to the now mainstream status that enthusiasts and gamers would be willing to burn a hole in their pocket just to get one. Still, there are users who still prefer the tactility of the good old membrane/rubber dome switch keyboard, but eager to have those fancy RGB lighting modes.
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    Putrajaya Corporation Officers Now Equipped With Transcend’s DrivePro Body 52

    Transcend is proud to announce that officers of Putrajaya Corporation, local authority of Putrajaya, Malaysia will be equipped with Transcend's DrivePro Body 52. A...
    HKC G27

    Review – HKC G27 144Hz Curved Gaming Monitor

    High refresh rate, aggressive looks and gaming-oriented features are usually the main highlights when one speaks of a gaming monitor. Curved display on the other...
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    CaseLabs Shutting Down Its Business, Files For Bankruptcy

    US President Donald Trump's tariff on imports of steel, aluminum, etc which resulted in the raise of price by almost 80% has hit the...

    Apacer AS340 Panther 240GB SSD Review

    Once known as the toy for the loaded enthusiasts, SSD nowadays has become more affordable with the introduction of the lower cost MLC and TLC NAND Flash, at the cost of lower durability compared to a SLC NAND Flash. Paired with a proper memory controller, a TLC NAND Flash SSD is able to deliver a performance close to a higher-end MLC NAND Flash SSD, at a beefy read and write speed of 500 MB/s.