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Here is a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Casing: Montech King 95 Pro Mid-Tower Chassis Review
Computers: Khadas Mind is a Different Mini PC Our Review
Cooling: ID-Cooling FX360 PRO Review - Shots Fired @ Arctic
Displays: Xiaomi G34WQi review: A 180Hz FreeSync Premium 34" gaming ultrawide monitor for $246
Input: CyberPowerPC CK60 Mechanical Keyboard Review, NuPhy Air96 V2 Low Profile Wireless Mechanical Keyboard Review, OEM Laser Projection Keyboard Review: Is It Worth It?
Scanners: Creality CR-Scan Ferret Pro 3D scanner in test - frustration to buy yourself





IgorsLAB: Creality CR-Scan Ferret Pro 3D scanner in test - frustration to buy yourself

Having already tested and presented several 3D printers here, it was only a matter of time before a scanner followed. After all, I cant leave the field to Igor alone with his extremely high-resolution hardware scans. However, his devices are priced in a range that private individuals rarely reach.

Creality CR-Scan Ferret Pro 3D scanner in test - frustration to buy yourself

Casing:

TweakTown: Montech King 95 Pro Mid-Tower Chassis Review

Montech's "fishbowl" style dual chamber King 95 Pro mid-tower computer case with six included ARGB fans offers quite a lot for its asking price.

Montech King 95 Pro Mid-Tower Chassis Review

Computers:

ServeTheHome: Khadas Mind is a Different Mini PC Our Review

The Khadas Mind offers different features like an internal battery, expansion modules, and more. Still, we have thoughts

Khadas Mind is a Different Mini PC Our Review

Cooling:

TechPowerUp: ID-Cooling FX360 PRO Review - Shots Fired @ Arctic

ID-Cooling aims to make a statement with the FX360 PRO. The sleek and understated looks make for a great option if you prefer to keep things simple. This all-in-one liquid cooler delivers outstanding performance at a budget-friendly price of just $60, potentially earning it the "bang for the buck king" title among AIOs.

ID-Cooling FX360 PRO Review - Shots Fired @ Arctic

Displays:

Neowin: Xiaomi G34WQi review: A 180Hz FreeSync Premium 34" gaming ultrawide monitor for $246

The G34WQi is great value for money for anyone wanting a budget, yet still decent performing monitor for screen tear-free gaming. It does lack a handful of features, though, but do they matter?

Xiaomi G34WQi review: A 180Hz FreeSync Premium 34" gaming ultrawide monitor for $246

Input:

ThinkComputers: CyberPowerPC CK60 Mechanical Keyboard Review

The CyberPowerPC CK60 that we are taking a look at today has a CNC aluminum case, a gold-plated aluminum base plate, mechanical key switches, PBT keycaps, sound dampening layers, and a hot-swappable design. It is also in the 60% form factor, but it might be one of the heaviest keyboards that we've ever reviewed!

CyberPowerPC CK60 Mechanical Keyboard Review

TechPowerUp: NuPhy Air96 V2 Low Profile Wireless Mechanical Keyboard Review

The NuPhy Air96 V2 is a low profile keyboard with 100 dedicated keys and offers hybrid wireless connectivity in a lightweight, portable footprint. It has open-source firmware with QMK/VIA support, plenty of customization with different colors/keycaps/switches, onboard controls, and a long battery life without breaking the bank.

NuPhy Air96 V2 Low Profile Wireless Mechanical Keyboard Review

Hardware Busters: OEM Laser Projection Keyboard Review: Is It Worth It?

Laser projection keyboards sound like the next big thing in gadgets.

OEM Laser Projection Keyboard Review: Is It Worth It? - Hardware Busters

Scanners:

IgorsLAB: Creality CR-Scan Ferret Pro 3D scanner in test - frustration to buy yourself

Having already tested and presented several 3D printers here, it was only a matter of time before a scanner followed. After all, I cant leave the field to Igor alone with his extremely high-resolution hardware scans. However, his devices are priced in a range that private individuals rarely reach.

Creality CR-Scan Ferret Pro 3D scanner in test - frustration to buy yourself