Author: Kok Kee

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Review – GuliKit Elves Pro game controller: Compact, featureful, and multi-platform

We’ve reviewed quite a number of game controllers – or gamepads, as some calls them – that are getting more and more ubiquitous. We have many gamepads nowadays that can connect and work across multiple different platforms. We reviewed the GuliKit King Kong Pro controller before, and today’s controller is pretty much the same controller but in a compact form factor.

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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 testing 8K

We went gaming on 8K using new the RTX 3090. Here are the results

When Jensen Huang announced the RTX 30-series of cards in his beautiful kitchen, he pulled the RTX 3090 out from his oven and called it a BFGPU. Then, he made the boldest statement that I’ve ever seen – and I quote – “the RTX 3090 is so big, that for the very first time, we can play games at 60 frames per second in 8K.”

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ASUS refreshes laptops with Intel’s 11th Gen Tiger Lake chips

Yes, we’re calling the new Intel’s 11th Gen Tiger Lake as “chips” and not as “processors”. I think that we should start to change the terminology as they’re now more like an SoC – also known as a “system-on-a-chip”. That aside, the new ASUS laptops are powerful – particularly, the Intel Core i7-1165G7.

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Cooler Master MM710 MM711

Long-term review – Cooler Master MM710 & MM711: After 10 months

In the world of more premium computer mouse in the market right now, those “hole-y lightweight mouse” is the new hot thing. Cooler Master was one of those manufacturers who jumped on the bandwagon really early. We were one of the earlier ones to get it in Malaysia – but instead of doing just a quick review to tell you how great it is – just like many other mice in the market – we decided to use it for a really long time and see how the mouse holds up.

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ProArt overview

Overview – ASUS ProArt series of laptops

Within the ASUS branding, we have a lot of different lineups. Within ASUS itself, there’s a lineup of products called ProArt. The ProArt series has monitors, desktops, motherboards, and laptops. Today, we’re going to take a look at the ProArt laptops – which is also called StudioBooks.

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