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Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Casing: Fractal Design Meshify 2 Mini Review
Computers: Dell OptiPlex 7000 Micro Review, AMD Ryzen 7 6800U Review – with ASUS ZenBook S 13 OLED
Cooling: EK-Quantum Surface P360M Radiator Review, Corsair iCUE H150i RGB Elite Review
Gaming: Corsair TC200 Gaming Chair Review
Input: SteelSeries Aerox 5 Wireless Review, Wuque Studio Ikki68 Aurora R2 Review: Transformer
Storage: Lexar Professional Gold CFexpress 160GB Type Α Card Review, Kingston IronKey Vault Privacy 50 16GB Review, Kioxia Exceria Pro 2TB Review





Casing:

KitGuru: Fractal Design Meshify 2 Mini Review

We all know that prices are going through the roof but even so, we need to open this review by mentioning that Fractal Design priced the Meshify C Mini at £79.99 back in 2018 and these days it has risen to £105. In other words, we were aware the new Meshify 2 Mini might be expensive but it still comes as a blow to hear this micro-ATX case lands at close to £120 in the UK. Ouch. Big Hurty Ouch.

Fractal Design Meshify 2 Mini Review | KitGuru

Computers:

StorageReview: Dell OptiPlex 7000 Micro Review

The Dell OptiPlex 7000 Micro is a desktop small enough to mount behind a monitor or under a desk yet packs a good punch for everyday use.



Dell OptiPlex 7000 Micro Review

KitGuru: AMD Ryzen 7 6800U Review – with ASUS ZenBook S 13 OLED

AMD’s new Ryzen 6000 Mobile processors are focussed heavily on strong computational and graphics performance at low power levels. That combination makes the U-series chips right at home inside 15-28W-class, sub-15mm, 1kg ultraportable style laptop chassis; and that’s exactly what we have at hand to examine the performance of AMD’s new 8-core Zen3+ processor – the ASUS ZenBook S 13 OLED.

AMD Ryzen 7 6800U Review – with ASUS ZenBook S 13 OLED | KitGuru

Cooling:

TechPowerUp: EK-Quantum Surface P360M Radiator Review

EK impressed before with its new Quantum Surface S360 and X360M radiators in the 30-mm and 60-mm thickness classes respectively, and today we examine the P360M that slots between the two at 44 mm in thickness. It shares more in common with the bigger X360M in features and performance too, so you owe it to yourself to go through this review should you be in the market for a new radiator.



EK-Quantum Surface P360M Radiator Review

KitGuru: Corsair iCUE H150i RGB Elite Review

In this one, we are looking at Corsair’s new iCUE H150i RGB Elite 360mm AIO. Intended to offer stellar performance at a lower cost versus the LCD and Capellix versions of Corsair’s triple-fan units, the newly-designed H150i Elite – as I will shorten its name to – uses Corsair’s AF120 Elite series PWM fans and limits RGB lighting to just the pump-block housing. Coming in at £164.99 in the UK, let’s take a closer look at the new, more affordable Corsair H150i Elite cooler.

Corsair iCUE H150i RGB Elite Review | KitGuru

Gaming:

KitGuru: Corsair TC200 Gaming Chair Review

Today we're taking a look at Corsair's latest gaming chair, the TC200. After being fairly impressed with the TC60 last year, I was quite excited to get my hands on this given there are a number of improvements – notably, the more premium materials, including the powder-coated metal base and 75mm anti-roll castors. We put this chair through its paces today and find out if it is worth buying.

Corsair TC200 Gaming Chair Review | KitGuru

Input:

TechPowerUp: SteelSeries Aerox 5 Wireless Review

The Aerox 5 Wireless is marketed as a lightweight multi-genre gaming mouse. To this end, the 9-button Aerox 5 Wireless comes with the TrueMove Air sensor, 2.4 GHz and Bluetooth connectivity, and up to 180 hours of battery life, all wrapped into a 73 g lightweight package.



SteelSeries Aerox 5 Wireless Review

Tom's Hardware: Wuque Studio Ikki68 Aurora R2 Review: Transformer

Other custom keyboards should take notes



Wuque Studio Ikki68 Aurora R2 Review: Transformer

Storage:

NikKTech: Lexar Professional Gold CFexpress 160GB Type Α Card Review

The very first CFexpress Type-A memory card line by Lexar is here and it’s yet again part of their Professional Gold Series.

Lexar Professional Gold CFexpress 160GB Type Α Card Review

KitGuru: Kingston IronKey Vault Privacy 50 16GB Review

The latest addition to Kingston's family of IronKey encrypted USB flash drives is the IronKey Vault Privacy 50, offering FIPS 197 Certified XTS-AES 256-bit hardware encryption for improved data security. Priced at over £60 for a 16GB USB drive, it's certainly not cheap, but are the features worth the cash?

Kingston IronKey Vault Privacy 50 16GB Review | KitGuru

KitGuru: Kioxia Exceria Pro 2TB Review

The Exceria Pro is Kioxia's debut in the highly competitive PCIe Gen4 market. Sitting under Kioxia's Personal Product banner, the Exceria Pro uses the company's own 112-layer TLC NAND together with an eight-channel controller. With the 2TB model priced at just over £370, we put it through its paces and find out if it is worth buying.

Kioxia Exceria Pro 2TB Review | KitGuru