Here is a roundup of today's reviews and articles:
Audio: Creative Stage Air V2 Review
Gaming: Trepang2 Review - Noisy Noise and Red Tape
Headphones: AOC GH401 Wireless Gaming Headset Review
Motherboards: Biostar Z790 Valkyrie Motherboard Review: Better, but not Best
Power: be quiet! Pure Power 12 M 1200W Power Supply Unit Review
Printers: Creality Ender-3 S1 Pro 3D Printer Review - Again a good option for beginners?
Storage: Asustor FLASHSTOR 6 (FS6706T) ALL-SSD NAS Review
APH Networks: Creative Stage Air V2 Review
A few weeks ago, I watched the critically acclaimed Spiderman: Across the Spiderverse. I personally thought the movie was very solid, from the visual animation to the writing. The film took many twists and turns and took me to unexpected places, which was pleasantly surprising. One of the most interesting things I found out was one of my friends who I watched the film with had not seen the original movie, Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse. Despite this, he still had a fun time watching the film and did not feel too confused at any point. To me, this is the mark of a inclusive sequel, that being a movie that does not require the viewers to watch the previous film to understand the follow-up. I do understand that a sequel is a sequel for a reason and people should go into the movie with at least a general understanding of the first movie. However, it is pleasant to see a something that does this differently. There are also many other Spiderman movies out there that can serve as a background to the latest one, even if they are not related. Today, we look at the Creative Stage Air V2. My colleague Aaron has already reviewed the Creative Stage and Stage V2, but we have never covered the original Stage Air. Like with Spiderman: Across the Spiderverse and the multitude of other Spiderman movies out there, there are those who have seen them, and those who have not. How does the Stage Air V2, a compact USB speaker with Bluetooth capabilities and a built-in battery, stack up regardless of where you are coming from? Let us read on to find out!
Wccftech: Trepang2 Review - Noisy Noise and Red Tape
In Trepang2, you are tasked with breaking the cycle as a super soldier fighting against an evil corporation. Is the journey worth it?
EnosTech.com: AOC GH401 Wireless Gaming Headset Review
Today, we are taking a look at the AOC GH401 Wireless Gaming Headset. The headset is currently available on Amazon for £81.07 which prices it into the mid-range category. Although this is a wireless headset, it still has the option to be used with a 3.5mm audio jack.
Tom's Hardware: Biostar Z790 Valkyrie Motherboard Review: Better, but not Best
Improved, but still needs some work to compete with the big boys.
NikKTech: be quiet! Pure Power 12 M 1200W Power Supply Unit Review
Roughly 5 months after the new Pure Power 12 M line of ATX 3.0 & PCIe 5.0 power supply units was announced be quiet! has released an even more powerful 1200W output variant.
IgorsLAB: Creality Ender-3 S1 Pro 3D Printer Review - Again a good option for beginners?
The detailed test today is almost a little nostalgic for me, because many years ago the hobby of 3D printing began for me with a Creality Ender-3, the first mod
Hardware Busters: Asustor FLASHSTOR 6 (FS6706T) ALL-SSD NAS Review
The Asustor FLASHSTOR 6 NAS has a similar design to Sony’s PS4 Pro, with more compact dimensions. It features six M.2 NVMe slots and a pair of 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet ports, along with HDMI 2.0b and S/PDIF outputs. This is the ideal multimedia NAS, if you can cope with the cost of large NVMe drives.