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

Computers: Razer Blade 18 review: Extreme portable gaming without compromising iconic aesthetics
Displays: BenQ Mobiuz EX270QM Gaming Monitor Review: Super Speedy, Super Colorful
Graphics Cards: Intel Arc Revisit: 2023 driver update (Acer Predator BiFrost A770)
Mobile: Nomad Modern Band pairs well with any Apple Watch for a premium design at an affordable price
Power: Endorfy Supremo FM5 Gold 1000W Review
Storage: Silicon Power Mobile C07 USB 3.2 Gen1 USB Type-C 256GB Flash Drive Review, Kioxia Exceria Plus 1TB microSDXC UHS-1 Card Review





Computers:

Windows Central: Razer Blade 18 review: Extreme portable gaming without compromising iconic aesthetics

An ultra-performance laptop gaming reliant on AC power still exceeded all my expectations.



Razer Blade 18 review: Extreme portable gaming without compromising iconic aesthetics

Displays:

Tom's Hardware: BenQ Mobiuz EX270QM Gaming Monitor Review: Super Speedy, Super Colorful

QHD IPS Panel with 240 Hz, Adaptive-Sync, HDR, Extended Color and Premium Video Processing



BenQ Mobiuz EX270QM Gaming Monitor Review: Super Speedy, Super Colorful

Graphics Cards:

KitGuru: Intel Arc Revisit: 2023 driver update (Acer Predator BiFrost A770)

You may have read my launch-day reviews of Intel's Arc A750 and A770 graphics cards, where I praised the potential of Intel's hardware, but also noted a number of significant issues on the driver side. Well, Intel has been hard at work and is claiming some serious improvements with its newest drivers, so it is time to put that to the test today, where we'll also be analysing Acer's Predator BiFrost A770 custom card.

Intel Arc Revisit: 2023 driver update (Acer Predator BiFrost A770) | KitGuru

Mobile:

9to5Mac: Review: Nomad Modern Band pairs well with any Apple Watch for a premium design at an affordable price

Nomad recently launched a new English Tan colorway of its leather Modern Band for Apple Watch. Coming with polished, brushed...



Review: Nomad Modern Band pairs well with any Apple Watch for a premium design at an affordable price

Power:

KitGuru: Endorfy Supremo FM5 Gold 1000W Review

Today we check out a new range of power supplies from Endorfy. According to Polish parent company – COOLING Sp. z o.o. – the name ‘Endorfy' is set to signify a ‘boost of positive energy'. While this name won't mean much to many of our readers, the previous brand name SilentiumPC had a good reputation across Europe. The Supremo FM5 Gold series is supplied in three capacities, with 750W, 850W and 1000W units. All of them adopt Japanese capacitors and are fully modular with 80 Plus Gold certification.

Endorfy Supremo FM5 Gold 1000W Review | KitGuru

Storage:

Mad Shrimps: Silicon Power Mobile C07 USB 3.2 Gen1 USB Type-C 256GB Flash Drive Review

The Marvel C07 USB-C 3.2 Gen1 offers entry-level performance for the supported bus, but it should be fine for most mainstream applications, since it does not heat up at all. We can use it to transfer data from mobile devices supporting OTG as well and can be dedicated as a secondary backup device...

[M] [M] Silicon Power Mobile C07 USB 3.2 Gen1 USB Type-C 256GB Flash Drive Review

KitGuru: Kioxia Exceria Plus 1TB microSDXC UHS-1 Card Review

Designed for use in cameras, mobile phones, tablets, and drones, the flagship card of Kioxia's high-performance Exceria Plus range of microSD memory cards is the LMPL1M001TG2, a microSDXC card with a huge 1TB capacity. It's certainly not cheap though, coming in around the £250 mark here in the UK…

Kioxia Exceria Plus 1TB microSDXC UHS-1 Card Review | KitGuru