Lenovo Explorer and Windows Mixed Reality Review and more
Posted on: 12/09/2017 11:36 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

AOC 90-series review: business-like and nice for home
Lenovo Explorer and Windows Mixed Reality Review
PC Specialist Defiance IV (w/ Core i7 & GTX 1070)
Rantopad MXX RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review
SteelSeries M750 TKL Mechanical Keyboard Review
Xiaomi Aqara Smart Water Sensor Review
Zalman Z-Machine X7 Full Tower Case Review

AOC 90-series review: business-like and nice for home
If you cannot suppress a yawn when reading the word 'business', it is very understandable: it is a synonym for 'boring' more often than not. Nevertheless there are products that are meant for the business market, that can still be very interesting for end users at home. A good example of this are the new AOC 90-series monitors, that we test in this article. We take a closer look at the AOC I2490PXQU, I2790PQU and the Q2790PQU. 


Read full article @ Hardware.Info

Lenovo Explorer and Windows Mixed Reality Review
For a general-use headset, the software is not particularly convincing, but give the environment some time, and this will probably improve. For a gaming headset, I am more than satisfied because even with how much is still marked as 'Beta,' so much works, works well, and is fun. This has been a very enjoyable experience for me and I hope it is one many will come to share in the future. I am not sure if MR/VR is going to invade our lives as much as some have predicted, but the Lenovo Explorer can make a worthy attempt, and at $399 with controllers (at both Amazon and the Microsoft Store) does so at a more interesting price than some competitors. It is an impressive device, especially for its MSRP, so if you want to bring MR/VR into your home, this may be the way you want to do it.”


Read full article @ OCC

PC Specialist Defiance IV (w/ Core i7 & GTX 1070)
The PC Specialist Defiance IV is a large, subtle gaming laptop that eschews extravagant features for solid specifications and a low price – but can this £1,399 machine outpace rivals that offer more glamour?


Read full article @ KitGuru

Rantopad MXX RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review
Featuring an top space-grade aluminum plate, Gateron switches and RGB key illumination with a total of 21 effects the MXX RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard by Rantopad could be the tenkeyless model you've been looking for.


Read full article @ NikKTech

SteelSeries M750 TKL Mechanical Keyboard Review
The PC gaming peripheral market is chock-full of quality RGB mechanical keyboards from various manufacturers, but SteelSeries is looking to stand out with their latest keyboard, the M750 TKL. A tenkeyless beauty that features SteelSeries QX2 linear mechanical switches, the SteelSeries M750 TKL has a small, lightweight aluminum frame and it has been designed with competitive gamers in mind. SteelSeries customers have been asking the company to release TKL versions of their full size keyboards for quite some time and the team decided that now was the right time. Read on to see if this TKL keyboard has what it takes to be on your desk!


Read full article @ Legit Reviews

Xiaomi Aqara Smart Water Sensor Review
The Xiaomi Aqara smart water sensor is a compact puck-like device that operates on a single button cell battery (CR2032) which uses Zigbee to communicate with SmartThings and other compatible home automation systems. With a price tag that can possibly be much lower than the other two water sensors we have checked out, we'll see exactly what you can expect with Xiaomi's take on this technology.


Read full article @ Bigbruin.com

Zalman Z-Machine X7 Full Tower Case Review
The days of the giant ATX gaming system are behind us, surely. A single-slot mITX system is smaller and less expensive than a full-sized ATX system, and modern video card performance precludes the need for SLI or Crossfire X for the vast majority of users. What, then, are we to make of Zalman’s massive Z-Machine X7 computer case? This is the largest case Benchmark Reviews has seen since the Cooler Master Cosmos: at x by y by z inches and weighing in at almost 40 pounds empty, this glass and aluminum monster will make its presence known with the help of a plethora of RGB fans and lighting effects.


Read full article @ Benchmark Reviews




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