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

Casing: Raijintek Paean C7 mid-tower Review - Show and shine meets good and cheap
Cooling: Cooler Master MasterLiquid 240L Core ARGB White Review
Graphics Cards: Sapphire PULSE Radeon RX 7600 Gaming OC Review
Input: i-Rocks K71R Wireless Mechanical Keyboard Review
Mobile: Motorola Razr+ (2023) Review: The Folding Flip Phone, Reinvented
Power: Sandberg 2xUSB-C PD100W 30000 (420-87) Powerbank Review
Storage: KIOXIA EXCERIA HIGH ENDURANCE 512GB microSDXC Memory Card Review, MSI Spatium M480 Pro 2TB PCIe Gen4 NVMe SSD Review, MSI SPATIUM M480 Pro 2 TB NVMe SSD in review - Is the SSD with the "Pro" in the name better than the one without?, Transcend ESD310C Dual-Interface UFD Review: Silicon Motion Powers Portable SSD in a Thumb Drive





Casing:

IgorsLAB: Raijintek Paean C7 mid-tower Review - Show and shine meets good and cheap

Raijintek's products have always been able to shine with a very good price-performance ratio in recent years. 



Raijintek Paean C7 mid-tower Review - Show and shine meets good and cheap

Cooling:

APH Networks: Cooler Master MasterLiquid 240L Core ARGB White Review

The Cooler Master MasterLiquid 240L Core ARGB White is an economical and performant CPU AIO liquid cooler with addressable RGB lighting to boot.

Cooler Master MasterLiquid 240L Core ARGB White Review (Page 1 of 4) | APH Networks

Graphics Cards:

TweakTown: Sapphire PULSE Radeon RX 7600 Gaming OC Review

The price is right for this affordable mainstream 1080p GPU, and Sapphire's PULSE Radeon RX 7600 Gaming OC outperforms AMD's reference model in every way.



Sapphire PULSE Radeon RX 7600 Gaming OC Review

Input:

TechPowerUp: i-Rocks K71R Wireless Mechanical Keyboard Review

The i-Rocks K71R is a wireless mechanical keyboard that has an interesting angled chassis design and incorporates a light bar that goes all around the keyboard. It also features a Windows smart wheel for added functionality and offers a full-size keyboard experience with extensive onboard and software customization too.



i-Rocks K71R Wireless Mechanical Keyboard Review

Mobile:

HotHardware: Motorola Razr+ (2023) Review: The Folding Flip Phone, Reinvented

The Razr+ (2023) isn’t just Moto’s best smartphone to date, it’s the best folding flip phone you can buy right now.



Motorola Razr+ (2023) Review: The Folding Flip Phone, Reinvented

Power:

NikKTech: Sandberg 2xUSB-C PD100W 30000 (420-87) Powerbank Review

Thanks to its dual USB-C PD100W ports and its 30000mAh internal lithium-ion rechargeable battery pack the latest powerbank by Sandberg should easily be able to cover the needs of most consumers.

Sandberg 2xUSB-C PD100W 30000 (420-87) Powerbank Review

Storage:

MadShrimps: KIOXIA EXCERIA HIGH ENDURANCE 512GB microSDXC Memory Card Review

The EXCERIA HIGH ENDURANCE 512GB does deliver quite a bit in terms of promised performance and paired with durability this type of cards do offer, we can consider we have a winner in our book, also coming with internals from a reputable NAND Flash.

[M] [M] KIOXIA EXCERIA HIGH ENDURANCE 512GB microSDXC Memory Card Review

The Guru of 3D: MSI Spatium M480 Pro 2TB PCIe Gen4 NVMe SSD Review

MSI ventured into the NVMe SSD storage market approximately a year ago by launching the MSI Spatium M.2 NVMe SSD series. This review will specifically analyze the M480 PRO model.

MSI Spatium M480 Pro 2TB PCIe Gen4 NVMe SSD Review

IgorsLAB: MSI SPATIUM M480 Pro 2 TB NVMe SSD in review - Is the SSD with the "Pro" in the name better than the one without?

I had already tested the MSI SPATIUM M480 with 2TB capacity, just like the one with the "Play" in the name. 



MSI SPATIUM M480 Pro 2 TB NVMe SSD in review - Is the SSD with the "Pro" in the name better than the one without?

Anandtech: Transcend ESD310C Dual-Interface UFD Review: Silicon Motion Powers Portable SSD in a Thumb Drive

Transcend recently introduced the ESD310C portable SSD in a thumb drive form-factor. A compact device with both Type-A and Type-C USB 3.2 Gen 2 (10 Gbps) interfaces, the ESD310C is also attractively priced. The product is based on Silicon Motions SM2320 native USB flash drive controller, and is quite similar to the Kingston DataTraveler Max A in terms of internal components. Read on to find out what the SM2320 can deliver in a slightly different form factor, and how Transcend manages to differentiate the ESD310C from the other 10 Gbps thumb drives in the market.



Transcend ESD310C Dual-Interface UFD Review: Silicon Motion Powers Portable SSD in a Thumb Drive