Here is a roundup of today's reviews and articles:
Computers: Beelink GTR7 mini-PC Review: A Complete AMD Phoenix Package at 65W, Cyberpower PC Ultra 55 4T Review
Cooling: Arctic P8 Max High-Performance 80mm PWM Fan Review, XPG Nidec Vento Pro 120 PWM Fan Review, ASRock Blazing M.2 Gen5 Fan-Heatsink Review
Input: Ducky One3 Aura TKL Review, Razer Cobra Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse Review, ROCCAT Vulcan II Review, SHARKOON Office Pal C30 Review - Inexpensive office chair with decent ergonomics and few weaknesses
Motherboards: Asus ProArt X670E-Creator Wi-Fi Review: Creator Connectivity
Networking: EnGenius ECW270 WiFi 6 4x4 Outdoor Access Point
Storage: Addlink S91 2TB PCIe Gen4 NVMe SSD Review, Fanxiang S770 2TB PCIe Gen4 SSD Review
Video: XGIMI HORIZON Pro 4K Smart Home Projector Review
Anandtech: Beelink GTR7 mini-PC Review: A Complete AMD Phoenix Package at 65W
The increasing popularity of small form-factor (SFF) PCs has allowed a number of second and third tier vendors to market their wares. While the trend was kickstarted by the Intel NUC in the early 2010s, recent years have seen various Asian companies such as Beelink, Chuwi, GEEKOM, MinisForum, etc. focus solely on these types of systems. Beelink has been slowly gaining popularity over the last five years or so with their wide range of products using the latest processors from Intel and AMD.
Vortez: Cyberpower PC Ultra 55 4T Review
The Ultra 55 4T's beating heart is AMD's Ryzen 5 5500, a 6c/12t CPU that can pair with inexpensive B550 motherboards and DDR4 RAM. From a previous generation it may be, but that processor can still go when the situation demands.
eTeknix: Arctic P8 Max High-Performance 80mm PWM Fan Review
They say good things come in small packages, right? Well, lets hope thats true, as this is by far one of the smallest parcels Ive ever received for a review sample! I have the Arctic P8 Max, and 80mm PWM fan which promises some seriously impressive specifications for such a small fan.
Hardware Busters: XPG Nidec Vento Pro 120 PWM Fan Review
The XPG Nidec Vento Pro 120 PWM is a high-quality fan made by Nidec, one of the top-brands in this sector. It promises for high performance and increased reliability. I will use my Longwin fan testing machine, to check if it trully delivers what its manufacturer claims.
PC Inquisitor: ASRock Blazing M.2 Gen5 Fan-Heatsink Review
We got our hands on two of ASRock’s fan-enhanced Blazing M.2 Gen5 heat sinks to find out if these can beat a drive-provided cooling solution.
Vortez: Ducky One3 Aura TKL Review
It’s not every day you come across a brand who have produced only mechanical keyboards throughout their 15 years in business, but Ducky have yet to stray from their path, choosing to chase perfection over profits. This allows them to focus all of their efforts, technique and knowledge on producing the best keyboards they can, and they’ve made quite the name for themselves in the process.
TweakTown: Razer Cobra Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse Review
Razer's Cobra Pro is the latest wireless gaming mouse to join the Razer line-up, a premium compact offering with fantastic lighting and excellent hardware.
APH Networks: ROCCAT Vulcan II Review
The ROCCAT Vulcan II is an excellent pre-built retail keyboard with smooth Titan II Mechanical switches and great RGB LED lighting effects.
IgorsLAB: SHARKOON Office Pal C30 Review - Inexpensive office chair with decent ergonomics and few weaknesses
After we recently tested the Quersus ICOS, a chair explicitly marketed as an "office chair", and found it to be good, SHARKOON now swoops in with the Office P
Tom's Hardware: Asus ProArt X670E-Creator Wi-Fi Review: Creator Connectivity
A flagship-class board designed for creators
LanOC Reviews: EnGenius ECW270 WiFi 6 4x4 Outdoor Access Point
When it comes to EnGenius’s enterprise-focused lineup, especially when it comes to access points, they have a wide variety that covers most needs. I’ve taken a look at some of their indoor and outdoor options but one area where they have been missing something on their outdoor lineup that they have had on their indoor access points is having a 4x4 Wifi 6 Access Point. I previously took a look at the ECW260 which is a 2 x 2 Wifi 6 AP. Well, they now have the ECW270 to fill in that gap. Like with the ECW260, it connects with a 2.5 Gigabit PoE connection but the ECW270 doubles up on its antennas and radios to better utilize that bandwidth. They have also given it a 1 Gig PoE capable port to make it easy to run a PoE camera nearby. We have been using the ECW260 to get better coverage outside and I’m curious how the upgrade to the ECW270 might perform. So today I’m going to take a closer look at the ECW270 and also see how it performs.
The Guru of 3D: Addlink S91 2TB PCIe Gen4 NVMe SSD Review
The S91 SSD is specifically designed for small mobile devices such as ultrabooks, laptops, tablets, and gaming devices. Its small form factor, M.2 2230 PCIe Gen4x4, enables efficient storage integrati...
ServeTheHome: Fanxiang S770 2TB PCIe Gen4 SSD Review
In our Fanxiang S770 2TB review, we see how this PCIe Gen4 M.2 SSD performs with the Innogrit IG5236 controller and YMTC 128-layer NAND
NikKTech: XGIMI HORIZON Pro 4K Smart Home Projector Review
Thanks to its 4K resolution, crisp and smooth picture, vibrant and accurate colors and dual full-range drivers by Harman Kardon the HORIZON Pro by XGIMI is clearly among the top long-throw projector models today.