Acer Predator Orion 9000 Review and more
Posted on: 08/09/2018 09:35 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Acer Predator Orion 9000 Review
EZVIZ 4-Camera 4K Security System with 2TB HDD NVR Review
iMovR Lander Desk Review
Lenovo Smart Display Review
MSI Radeon RX 570/580 MECH 2 Review
Seasonic PRIME Ultra 850W Power Supply Review
Tt eSPORTS Nemesis Switch Optical RGB Review

Acer Predator Orion 9000 Review
Acer’s Predator Orion 9000 is a big PC with big performance. Acer’s Predator Orion 9000 is the company’s biggest and most powerful desktop PC offering, with options for up to Intel Core i7-8700K or Core i9-7980XE processors, memory capacities up to 128GB and up to dual GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards in SLI. Acer pours all of this performance into a spacious super tower chassis that starts at $2,500 and goes up to a whopping $8,000 at the Acer store for the premium X299 model we tested. It’s not the most value-oriented PC, but it could check off many boxes for those with a sizable budget looking for a flashy, large, powerful gaming PC.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

EZVIZ 4-Camera 4K Security System with 2TB HDD NVR Review
EZVIZ continues to expand their line of cameras and NVR systems. The EZVIZ 4K UltraHD wired kit includes four cameras and a 2TB NVR, and it is one of their newest systems. A while back I reviewed the EZVIZ Husky and was impressed with the build and image quality, as well as the excellent night vision. When EZVIZ sent over the 4K UltraHD Wired Kit I was eager to see how this system would stack up considering my high opinion of the Husky.


Read full article @ Bigbruin.com

iMovR Lander Desk Review
In the world of sit-stand desks there are quite a lot of options and the prices are all over the place as well. There has been many studies that show sitting at your desk all day is bad for your body. Sit-stand desks give you the ability to choose to sit or stand. These have become so popular that even Ikea makes a sit-stand desk. iMovR has sent us their Lander motorized sit-stand desk and we’ve been using it for the past few weeks. All of the iMovR desks are made entirely in the USA, can be assembled in minutes without tools, and they even have an app that lets you control the desk and much more. Now this desk has a starting price of $999 so it is quite the investment for the ordinary person. Is it worth it? Read on as we find out!


Read full article @ ThinkComputers.org

Lenovo Smart Display Review
Lenovo's product makes a surprisingly solid case for why a smartspeaker should have a touchscreen, moreso than the Amazon Echo Show or Spot. Normally, part of the appeal of a smartspeaker involves how little attention you can pay to it. If you've got Apple's HomePod, for instance, you can say "turn off the living room lights" or "play 'Sleep Now in the Fire'" without having to wander over to a device or pull it out of your pocket.

As devices like the Echo Spot have shown us though, a screen does expand possibilities. You can view connected security cameras, make video calls, see the weather forecast, or if nothing else, check the time.


Read full article @ Apple Insider

MSI Radeon RX 570/580 MECH 2 Review
The new RX 570 MECH 2 will fall into the $300-$320 category where it will directly compete against NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 1060, and able to handle games at 1080p 60FPS without a problem. If you want 10-20% more performance the more expensive RX 580 MECH 2 will be the one for you, but it's not worth it if you're only wanting to hit 1080p 60FPS. MSI has used a fully custom PCB on the two MECH 2 graphics cards, with impressive thermal performance throughout our benchmarking and gaming sessions on both cards. They both don't get loud either, which is another win for MSI. They're also stylish looking cards, which is important these days with RGB lights going off in gaming PCs that light up the backplate on the MECH 2 cards beautifully. But do you need to be paying attention to the RX 570/580 MECH 2 cards? Well, considering the holidays are right around the corner, it is a great time to build a new gaming PC.


Read full article @ TweakTown

Seasonic PRIME Ultra 850W Power Supply Review
Seasonic's PRIME ULTRA TITANIUM is at the very tip top of its PSU product stack, and its product stack is likely the deepest in the industry when it comes to quality computer power supplies for gamers and enthusiast users that truly push their PCs on a normal basis. Is this 850 watt PSU worthy of your hard earned PSU dollars

In the power supply realm, when consumers think of quiet and efficient power supplies one of the first companies that comes to mind is Seasonic. Today we our looking at a brand new Seasonic unit that is part of their PRIME Ultra series. In this review, we will specifically be looking at the 850W model in the PRIME Ultra series (SSR-850TR).

Seasonic is one of the older companies producing consumer power supplies having been founded in 1975 and entering the PC power supply production market in 1980. During that more than 40 years as a company Seasonic has cultivated lines of power supplies that are today some of the standard bearers for efficiency and quiet computing. This focus, and its reputation for quality, has lead to an explosion in production as Seasonic can be found providing OEM services on various model lines for Antec, XFX, Corsair, PC Power and Cooling, and of course under its own Seasonic brand.


Read full article @ HardOCP

Tt eSPORTS Nemesis Switch Optical RGB Review
MMORPG, RTS, and MOBA players often struggle to find a mouse with enough buttons, which can be crucial in these genres. Tt eSPORTS has come up with an affordable answer: the Nemesis Switch Optical RGB. It features a top-of-the-line optical sensor, 12 customizable buttons, and RGB lighting with 9 effect options.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp




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