Apple Watch Series 4 vs Series 5 and more
Posted on: 10/07/2019 09:01 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Apple Watch Series 4 vs Series 5: Should you upgrade?
Corsair K57 RGB Wireless Gaming Keyboard Review
Lenovo Mirage AR Headset Review
MSI PS63 Modern 8RC (Prestige Series) Laptop Review
The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening Review
Thermaltake A700 Aluminium TG Edition Case Review
Zalman CNPS10X Optima II Review

Apple Watch Series 4 vs Series 5: Should you upgrade?
Apple Watch Series 5 has been available for just over two weeks. It brings notable changes including an always-on display, but for Apple Watch Series 4 users the question of whether or not to upgrade can be tricky. Read on as we walkthrough the Apple Watch Series 4 vs Apple Watch Series 5.


Read full article @ 9to5Mac

Corsair K57 RGB Wireless Gaming Keyboard Review
Despite being a membrane the Corsair K57 RGB Wireless Gaming Keyboard does many things right, including consistent wireless connectivity and luscious lighting.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

Lenovo Mirage AR Headset Review
The Lenovo Mirage AR headset is more tempting with Marvel Dimension of Heroes and new controllers. The Lenovo Mirage AR headset is much more tempting with the character-loaded Marvel Dimension of Heroes game and new Universal Controllers. But it needs more apps and improved comfort to be the hero AR gaming needs.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

MSI PS63 Modern 8RC (Prestige Series) Laptop Review
Today we’ll be taking a quick look at the MSI PS63 Modern 8RC (Prestige Series) Laptop. The model we received comes with an Intel Core i7 8565U processor running at 1.8GHz (turbo boost to 4.0Ghz), and includes an onboard GeForce GTX 1050 (MaxQ) with 4GB GDDR5 ram, a Kingston 512GB SSD for storage, and 16GB DDR4-2666 ram. It’s aimed and marketed as a laptop for content creators such as streamers, vloggers, YouTubers, semi-pro photographers and budding videographers.

Weighing in at only 1.6Kg, it’s one of the lightest 15.6-inch laptop we tested to date, and it’s also one of the thinnest measuring just 15.9mm thick. MSI PS63 Modern 8RC offers some interesting features such as a large trackpad, which is 35% wider than your average trackpad. There’s also the 4-sided super thin bezel surrounding the 15.6-inch FHD IPS screen, offering a maximum resolution of 1920×1080 at 60Hz.


Read full article @ FunkyKit

The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening Review
The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening is the first Zelda game on the Nintendo Switch since Breath of the Wild, which is now over two years old. While some fans may be waiting for the sequel to the open-world game that came out in 2017, the prospect of a GameBoy classic being rebuilt for a whole new generation 26 years later is also compelling for long-time followers of the franchise.

I had never played the original version of Link’s Awakening, so I went into it with little knowledge of what to expect. I did play the original for a while during the review period to understand how this remake improves upon it, and how it doesn’t. Let’s take a look.


Read full article @ Neowin

Thermaltake A700 Aluminium TG Edition Case Review
Just recently, we brought you a review of the lovely Thermaltake S500 TG Edition Case. Now, we’re back again with something (amazingly) even more premium than that! The Thermaltake A700 Aluminium TG Edition. That’s right, aluminium and tempered glass from Thermaltake; watch out Lian Li, the TT team are coming for ya! Plus, if you thought the S500 TG was big, which it was, then guess what? The A700 is even bigger! it’s easily one of the bulkiest ATX cases I’ve ever had in the office, so make sure you take some measurements before you order it.

Of course, this isn’t their first shot at aluminium fame. The A500 is basically the same idea. However, as the name may suggest, the A700 is bigger, better, and likely a bit more expensive too. But hey, you pay more, but you get more, right! It’s a premium case from head to toe too, with quality materials, filters, hardware support, etc. It really is simply a case of more is more, and from my experience, that’s pretty much what we expect from the big Thermaltake cases.


Read full article @ eTeknix

Zalman CNPS10X Optima II Review
Zalman's new RGB cooler has attention-getting looks, but can its price justify its performance? Limited thermal performance caps the appeal of the CNPS10X Optima II. It’s suited mostly to stock-clocked builds with fewer than 6 cores. But note the shroud sits low on the shoulders, making for very low memory DIMM clearances as well.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware


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