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

Computers: Dell OptiPlex 7410 AIO Plus Review
Displays: Philips 221V8LN 22-inch Gaming Monitor Review: So Much For So Little
Gaming: Harmony: The Fall of Reverie Xbox review — Drifting in an ocean of dreams and futures
Input: Mountain Makalu Max Mouse Review, Montech MKey Keyboard Review
Storage: Crucial T700 2TB with Heatsink SSD Review
Other: Star Trek: Nemesis 4K Blu-ray Review





Computers:

StorageReview: Dell OptiPlex 7410 AIO Plus Review

The Dell OptiPlex 7410 AIO Plus with Intel’s 65-watt processors is robust enough even for advanced users and offers optional GPU support.



Dell OptiPlex 7410 AIO Plus Review

Displays:

Tom's Hardware: Philips 221V8LN 22-inch Gaming Monitor Review: So Much For So Little

VA Panel, 75 Hz, FreeSync and wide gamut color for just $70.



Philips 221V8LN 22-inch Gaming Monitor Review: So Much For So Little

Gaming:

Windows Central: Harmony: The Fall of Reverie Xbox review — Drifting in an ocean of dreams and futures

DON'T NOD delivers another stunning, gripping narrative with Harmony: The Fall of Reverie.



Harmony: The Fall of Reverie Xbox review — Drifting in an ocean of dreams and futures

Input:

KitGuru: Mountain Makalu Max Mouse Review

The Makalu Max is the latest product from German brand Mountain and is a follow up to their Makalu 6



Mountain Makalu Max Mouse Review - KitGuru

KitGuru: Montech MKey Keyboard Review

The MKey is the first mechanical gaming keyboard from Montech, a company known for their PC cases



Montech MKey Keyboard Review - KitGuru

Storage:

KitGuru: Crucial T700 2TB with Heatsink SSD Review

Launched at the same time as the standard Crucial T700 (which we reviewed here) is the version that



Crucial T700 2TB with Heatsink SSD Review - KitGuru

Other:

TweakTown: Star Trek: Nemesis 4K Blu-ray Review

Ben spends some time with Star Trek: Nemesis on 4K Blu-ray and gives us his thoughts on the movie which saw solid HDR effects and a great audio mix.



Star Trek: Nemesis 4K Blu-ray Review