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Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Computers: SuperMicro IoT SuperServer SYS-210SE-31A Review, This New Raspberry Pi Laptop Is Actually Pretty Good, CrowPi L Hands On
CPUs: M1 vs M2 Chip: Is Apple's M2 Chip a DISAPPOINTMENT?
Displays: ViewSonic Elite XG321UG Review: Mini LED With Superior Contrast And Color
Graphics Cards: AFOX Radeon HD 6850 Low Profile Review - World exclusive review 11 years ago | Retro
Headphones: Turtle Beach Stealth 700 Gen 2 MAX Review
Input: ASUS ROG Chakram X Review, Quick Look: Jelly Key 8-Bit Series III Neon Era Artisan Keycap
Mobile: OneNetBook T1 First Look, A Powerful 12 Core CPU, DDR5 Ram, 13" Screen





Computers:

StorageReview: SuperMicro IoT SuperServer SYS-210SE-31A Review

The SuperMicro IoT SuperServer SYS-210SE-31A goes after a targeted edge use case like 5G and IoT - but this system is capable of a lot more.



SuperMicro IoT SuperServer SYS-210SE-31A Review

ETA Prime: This New Raspberry Pi Laptop Is Actually Pretty Good, CrowPi L Hands On

The Brand New CrowPi L or CrowPi Lite is an excellent Raspberry pi 4-powered laptop with a built-in battery and an 11.6” 1080P IPS display.



This New Raspberry Pi Laptop Is Actually Pretty Good, CrowPi L Hands On

CPUs:

Max Tech: M1 vs M2 Chip: Is Apple's M2 Chip a DISAPPOINTMENT?

Apple's new M2 chip comes with some decent performance jumps according to Apple, but what happens when we actually dig into the real numbers.



M1 vs M2 Chip: Is Apple's M2 Chip a DISAPPOINTMENT?

Displays:

Tom's Hardware: ViewSonic Elite XG321UG Review: Mini LED With Superior Contrast And Color

A 32-inch Ultra HD 144 Hz gaming monitor with an 1152-zone dimming Mini LED backlight.



ViewSonic Elite XG321UG Review: Mini LED With Superior Contrast And Color

Graphics Cards:

IgorsLAB: AFOX Radeon HD 6850 Low Profile Review - World exclusive review 11 years ago | Retro

Why always just test what everyone else is testing? After the many exclusive tests of the past weeks, we can once again offer a test candidate in the review today, which has not been seen anywhere yet. We are always happy when packages with mysterious contents reach us.



AFOX Radeon HD 6850 Low Profile Review - World exclusive review 11 years ago | Retro

Headphones:

APH Networks: Turtle Beach Stealth 700 Gen 2 MAX Review

As of late, I have been thinking a lot more than I usually do. I realize I do not think of friendships in the same way as many others appear to. I have begun to think about how I think about the idea of friendship differently compared to my "friends". I find that many of my "friends" believe that friends are anyone you meet throughout your life, but I see them as merely temporary ones. The inevitable fact is people come and go. Some people are here for a mere season, and some may be around for the majority of your life. As sad as that sounds, it is what it is. If I were to move away, would the people I have here still be my friends? Yes, some of them will be, but most of them will not. Can you really consider the people you met in elementary your friends still? Or are they merely a memory? Memories do not change, but the people in them do. What you remember of someone could be drastically different from who they are now. You can never really tell who is going to stay by your side. Almost every single person I have met and became friends with has been labeled as temporary because of this uncertainty. There are many people in my life that I can consider a true friend, a friend I want to keep in my life. If you are someone I consider as non-temporary, you likely know. There is also a plenty amount of them who do not know. For anyone who actually knows me, I find the question "am I a temporary friend" or anything of the sort quite vexatious. I think it is important to accept people are not around forever and you will need to move on from them, just like how it is important to move on to updated models of peripherals. Products are clearly more temporary than people, but Turtle Beach has sent over their Stealth 700 Gen 2 MAX, which is the successor to their past headset we have reviewed. Will this new revision of the Stealth 700 Gen 2 MAX prove to be superior or the same with its multi-platform compatibility and improved battery life? Keep reading to find out!

Turtle Beach Stealth 700 Gen 2 MAX Review (Page 1 of 4) | APH Networks

Input:

MMORPG.com: ASUS ROG Chakram X Review

Is the ROG Chakram X the one mouse to rule all other gaming mice? Is it easily corrupted by RGB, joystick, and extra features? Find out in our review!

ASUS ROG Chakram X Review | MMORPG.com

TechPowerUp: Quick Look: Jelly Key 8-Bit Series III Neon Era Artisan Keycap

Jelly Key returns to the 8-Bit world with a futuristic view of a city under siege. Today, we look at its latest artisan keycap series that explores more individual elements inside a keycap than ever before, with this true labor of love coming in 132 different combinations to choose from.



Quick Look: Jelly Key 8-Bit Series III Neon Era Artisan Keycap

Mobile:

ETA Prime: OneNetBook T1 First Look, A Powerful 12 Core CPU, DDR5 Ram, 13" Screen

The OneNetbook T1 is the first tablet computer powered by Intel's 12th Gen Alder Lake i7 1260P And i5 1240P Plus DDR5 Memory.



OneNetBook T1 First Look, A Powerful 12 Core CPU, DDR5 Ram, 13" Screen