Reviews 52006 Published by

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

Computers: Geekom A8 Mini-PC Review: A Sleek, Tiny Ryzen 9 Powered Titan
Input: Pulsar Xlite V3 Review
Networking: Asus RT-AX57 Go Wi-Fi 6 router review: Pocket-sized router for travel
Power: The Enermax Revolution D.F. 12 750W ATX 3.1 PSU Review: Compact Contender
Storage: Apacer AS2280 Q4L PCIe Gen4 1TB M.2 SSD Review





Computers:

HotHardware: Geekom A8 Mini-PC Review: A Sleek, Tiny Ryzen 9 Powered Titan

Geekom updated its premium, AMD Ryzen based 4x4 mini PC line with one of the most powerful Hawk Point processors currently available.

Geekom A8 Mini-PC Review: A Sleek, Tiny Ryzen 9 Powered Titan

Input:

TechPowerUp: Pulsar Xlite V3 Review

With the Xlite V3, Pulsar updates their right-handed ergonomic Xlite series across the board: No more holes, a lower weight, a new scroll wheel encoder, optical switches for the main buttons, and support for true 4000 Hz wireless polling.

Pulsar Xlite V3 Review

Networking:

Tom's Hardware: Asus RT-AX57 Go Wi-Fi 6 router review: Pocket-sized router for travel

Small in stature but big on functionality

Asus RT-AX57 Go Wi-Fi 6 router review: Pocket-sized router for travel

Power:

Anandtech: The Enermax Revolution D.F. 12 750W ATX 3.1 PSU Review: Compact Contender

Enermax, established in 1990, is a renowned Taiwanese company in the PC hardware industry, particularly recognized for its innovative power supply units (PSUs), cooling solutions, and PC cases. Over the years, Enermax has built a reputation for engineering reliable, high-performance PSUs that primarily target enthusiasts and professional users. Their commitment to quality and technological advancement has kept them at the forefront of the industry, constantly evolving to meet the demands of the ever-changing tech landscape.

The Enermax Revolution D.F. 12 750W ATX 3.1 PSU Review: Compact Contender

Storage:

eTeknix: Apacer AS2280 Q4L PCIe Gen4 1TB M.2 SSD Review

The new Apacer AS2280Q4L promises budget-conscious users blazing-fast speeds thanks to its PCIe Gen4 x4 interface and NVMe 1.4 compliance. While Apacer makes faster Gen5 drives, those are more extreme and expensive. For many content creators and gamers, a Gen4 drive offers plenty of speed. With sequential read/write performance of up to 3,600/3,000 MB/s, the AS2280Q4L is a cost-effective solution that's still around 7x faster than a SATA SSD. It's a great choice for a quick system upgrade or a budget-focused new build. Built with 3D NAND Flash, the AS2280Q4L offers capacities of 512GB, 1TB, and 2TB. It comes with

Apacer AS2280 Q4L PCIe Gen4 1TB M.2 SSD Review