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Review – ASUS ROG Swift PG27UQ Gaming Monitor

This particular monitor has a quite of hype surrounding it. It's one out of two monitors that has 4K at 144Hz with HDR support. We first took a look at it during the ASUS all-out monitor showcase, and then there was another announcement for the availability and price of the ASUS ROG Swift PG27UQ. It's RM10,999. It's not something you see everyday in the market - and there's no direct comparison for a monitor of such caliber.
ASUS ZenFone Max Pro (M1) 6GB RAM

Review – ASUS ZenFone Max Pro (M1) 6GB RAM

In today's world of smartphones, you can get a powerful smartphone for less than RM1k. We actually reviewed one smartphone that has great specs yet priced at only RM699 - and that's the ASUS ZenFone Max Pro (M1) with 3GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage. The smartphone is great for those who aim to only do singular tasks instead of multitasking, and only uses a few background apps. For those who wanted to do more, they sought for the ZenFone Max Pro (M1) 6GB RAM version which is priced at RM999.

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 components and an amazing 144Hz Full HD display with NVIDIA...
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.
Razer Seiren X (3)

Review – Razer Seiren X Condenser Streaming Microphone

Razer released the Seiren, its first professional-grade microphone back in year 2015 as its expansion to a different category which they never explored before. While it does looks pretty promising from the way it...

Review – Razer Kiyo Professional Game Streaming Webcam

Game streaming is becoming more mainstream nowadays and we can see a lot more game streamers nowadays compared to the past 3 years. Among the gears required to setup a system for this very...
Kingston A1000 NVMe M.2 2280 SSD

Review – Kingston A1000 M.2 NVMe SSD

We have with us here today is a budget-oriented NVMe SSD. Whenever an SSD uses NVMe protocol, there are a few things that come with it - uses PCIe lanes and has either a M.2 form factor or an expansion card. These are the commonly-found NVMe SSDs, and today's Kingston A1000 is no different. It's a M.2 2280 that uses NVMe protocol, connected by using PCIe Gen 3.0 x2 lanes.
Razer Hunstman Standard Edition (7)

Review – Razer Huntsman Opto-Mechanical Switch Keyboard

Razer has just recently announced the Huntsman and Huntsman Elite as the latest addition to its keyboard lineup. Now, Razer isn't actually the first to release a keyboard that is equipped with optical switches...
The Crew 2 Review

Review – The Crew 2

The Crew 2 is Ubisoft's latest racing game. From its trailers, we know that the new game will feature races not just on the land, but on water and in the air. As someone...

Unboxing & Preview – GAMDIAS CYCLOPS X1-1200W-P Power Supply

Let's take a look at this beefy power supply here. GAMDIAS, being a new contestant in the PC components market, released a power supply that's capable of outputting a total of 1200W and is rated with 80 Plus Platinum. Of course, it comes with a few other tropes other than being just a power supply.