Here is a roundup of today's reviews and articles:
Computers: GEEKOM A5 review: Windows 11 Ryzen 7 Mini PC hitting the gold standard for under $400
Cooling: be quiet! Dark Rock PRO 5 in review - Finally a successor
Displays: Philips Evnia 49" 5120x1440 240Hz QD-OLED HDR Ultrawide Gaming Monitor Review
Memory: ACER Predator Hermes RGB 32GB DDR5 6800MHz CL32 Dual-Channel Kit Review
Microphones: Logitech Yeti Orb Review: Simple, Sounds Great
Storage: Crucial X9 Pro 2TB Portable SSD Review
Neowin: GEEKOM A5 review: Windows 11 Ryzen 7 Mini PC hitting the gold standard for under $400
Could we be saying that this Mini PC sets the gold standard for pricing versus feature set? Possibly. Read on to see our thoughts about this Windows 11, AMD Ryzen 7 powered Mini PC from GEEKOM.
IgorsLAB: be quiet! Dark Rock PRO 5 in review - Finally a successor
We have already tested the somewhat larger Elite variant, and today we are going to review the PRO 5. In the following review, you will find out how it compares
eTeknix: Philips Evnia 49" 5120x1440 240Hz QD-OLED HDR Ultrawide Gaming Monitor Review
Its more than fair to say that not all monitors are created equally, as theres a size, budget and feature set to suit just about any scenario. But what if you wanted more monitor than anyone else, with more features, and what if you also had the money to afford such a mythical creature?
NikKTech: ACER Predator Hermes RGB 32GB DDR5 6800MHz CL32 Dual-Channel Kit Review
The Predator lineup of DDR5 kits finally makes it to 8GHz with the brand new Hermes RGB models and even though that’s not what I have on my test bench the 6800MHz CL32 variant that I do is certainly not less interesting.
Mad Shrimps: Crucial X9 Pro 2TB Portable SSD Review
For an USB 3.2 Gen2 10Gbps drive, the Crucial X9 Pro 2TB performs great, also thanks to the included Micron B47R 176L TLC NAND, which is able to keep high write rates even when working with very large files.