Reviews 52010 Published by

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Displays: AOC Agon AG254FG Review: Blinding Speed, Accurate Color
Gaming: Playdate Review: Handheld Monochrome Console Has a Crank
Mobile: The Year Of The Hand-Held! Budget Options Are Here, AYA, AYN Intel & AMD
Storage: HP FX900 Pro 2TB PCIe Gen4 NVMe SSD Review, SilverStone TS16 Review





Displays:

Tom's Hardware: AOC Agon AG254FG Review: Blinding Speed, Accurate Color

A 24.5-inch IPS gaming monitor with 360 Hz, Adaptive-Sync, HDR and Nvidia’s Latency Analyzer



AOC Agon AG254FG Review: Blinding Speed, Accurate Color

Gaming:

Tom's Hardware: Playdate Review: Handheld Monochrome Console Has a Crank

Unfortunately, it has a premium price tag that may be too steep for some.



Playdate Review: Handheld Monochrome Console Has a Crank

Mobile:

ETA Prime: The Year Of The Hand-Held! Budget Options Are Here, AYA, AYN Intel & AMD

Well we just got news on a bunch of new X86 Handheld from AYA and Ayn! From low cost Intel alder lake handhelds to higher end Ryzen 6000.



The Year Of The Hand-Held! Budget Options Are Here, AYA, AYN Intel & AMD

Storage:

ServeTheHome: HP FX900 Pro 2TB PCIe Gen4 NVMe SSD Review

In our HP FX900 Pro 2TB PCIe Gen4 NVMe SSD review we see a drive that aims to take the M.2 PCIe Gen4 performance crown



HP FX900 Pro 2TB PCIe Gen4 NVMe SSD Review

APH Networks: SilverStone TS16 Review

A common trouble I find myself dealing with when skiing is how to stay hydrated and energized throughout the day. I know many people who like to carry around a backpack when skiing to store all their goods. I personally cannot get around to this due to the inconvenience of having to take it off and on when riding the chair lift or just the imbalance it causes when skiing with it. You could just ski it out until lunch or some meal break, but who knows how thirsty or hungry you could get before that time. I eventually decided to just stuff a Gatorade bottle and some granola bars in my jacket pocket. There was a risk of it getting crushed and possibly having the bottle burst, although this also motivated me to stay on my feet more, haha. The granola bars would usually be rock hard due to the cold, which is not a pleasant experience when you are trying to eat one. Nonetheless, it solved an issue for me throughout the ski season that still worked well enough for every ski day. Today, SilverStone has provided us with their TS16 docking station, which can help solve this issue of where to place your M.2 SSD when you are out of room on your motherboard or make for a temporary way to access your files without needing any internal connections. Does the SilverStone TS16 provide a beneficial solution to this? Let us read on to find out!

SilverStone TS16 Review (Page 1 of 5) | APH Networks