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Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Computers: The One-Netbook A1 Pro Review: A Notebook & Handheld Console Combo?, Intel NUC 12 Enthusiast Mini PC Review: Powerable Power
Cooling: be quiet! Silent Wings Pro 4 120 mm PWM Fan Review
Displays: Cooler Master GM238-FFS Gaming Monitor Review
Gaming: Dragon Ball: The Breakers review – Janky, unattractive, and infectiously fun
Headphones: Logitech G535 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Headset Review
Microphones: Rode X XCM-50 USB condenser microphone review: Pro-level audio for live streams and gamers
Power: The CyberPower ValuePro VP1600ELCD 1600 VA UPS Review: A Solid Budget Power Backup
Storage: Inspur NF5280M6 Server with NS8500 G2 SSDs Performance Report, Plugable's 2TB Thunderbolt SSD Offers Ultra Fast Transfer Speeds, Quick Look: Lexar Professional CFexpress Type B Card DIAMOND Series + CFexpress Type B Card Reader,  Solidigm P44 Pro SSD Review (2TB), Team Group T-FORCE Vulcan Z 2 TB 2.5" SSD Review - Just $60 per TB





Computers:

Wccftech: The One-Netbook A1 Pro Review: A Notebook & Handheld Console Combo?

One-Netbook A1 Pro is a very small notebook that is perfect on the go for IT professionals or businesses, but may be lost on consumers.



The One-Netbook A1 Pro Review: A Notebook & Handheld Console Combo?

MMORPG.com: Intel NUC 12 Enthusiast Mini PC Review: Powerable Power

The Intel NUC 12 Enthusiast Edition pairs 12th Generation CPU technologies with Inter's Arc Alchemist GPU architecture in a portable package. Could this be the solution you need for gaming on the go?

Intel NUC 12 Enthusiast Mini PC Review: Powerable Power | MMORPG.com

Cooling:

TechPowerUp: be quiet! Silent Wings Pro 4 120 mm PWM Fan Review

be quiet! updates its successful Silent Wings 3 lineup of premium PC case and radiator fans with the new Silent Wings 4. Today we examine the Silent Wings Pro 4 120 mm that aims to be a master of all trades, offering multiple RPM operating modes on top of an updated fan design for improved performance while still being quiet.



be quiet! Silent Wings Pro 4 120 mm PWM Fan Review

Displays:

eTeknix: Cooler Master GM238-FFS Gaming Monitor Review

Im a big fan of PC gaming, and given I work in the tech industry, its common for me to be surrounded by a lot of hardware that represents the best of the best. However, when it comes down to it, that also often means everything is really damn expensive.



Cooler Master GM238-FFS Gaming Monitor Review | eTeknix

Gaming:

Windows Central: Dragon Ball: The Breakers review – Janky, unattractive, and infectiously fun

I can’t stop playing this relentlessly weird and addicting multiplayer title.



Dragon Ball: The Breakers review – Janky, unattractive, and infectiously fun

Headphones:

TweakTown: Logitech G535 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Headset Review

Logitech's G535 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Headset is featherweight and supremely comfortable, and is backed up by great balance and warm audio.



Logitech G535 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Headset Review

Microphones:

Windows Central: Rode X XCM-50 USB condenser microphone review: Pro-level audio for live streams and gamers

Elevate your stream with DSP voice effects and simple audio submixes.



Rode X XCM-50 USB condenser microphone review: Pro-level audio for live streams and gamers

Power:

Anandtech: The CyberPower ValuePro VP1600ELCD 1600 VA UPS Review: A Solid Budget Power Backup

In todays review, we are taking a look at the ValuePro VP1600ELCD, a popular low-cost UPS from CyberPower, the renowned US-based power systems manufacturer. As the name suggests, it is a product developed with value in mind, in an effort to entice home users and small business owners. Truly, features such as built-in AVR and completely silent operation are very enticing at this price range from a renowned brand name. As with all things that are too good to be true though, there are tradeoffs.



The CyberPower ValuePro VP1600ELCD 1600 VA UPS Review: A Solid Budget Power Backup

Storage:

StorageReview: Inspur NF5280M6 Server with NS8500 G2 SSDs Performance Report

The Inspur NS8500 G2 SSDs are PCIe Gen4 drives using an in-house controller and firmware, along with 112L 3D eTLC NAND technology.



Inspur NF5280M6 Server with NS8500 G2 SSDs Performance Report

MacRumors: Plugable's 2TB Thunderbolt SSD Offers Ultra Fast Transfer Speeds

Plugable offers a wide range of adapters, hubs, and storage solutions for the Mac.



Review: Plugable's 2TB Thunderbolt SSD Offers Ultra Fast Transfer Speeds

TechPowerUp: Quick Look: Lexar Professional CFexpress Type B Card DIAMOND Series + CFexpress Type B Card Reader

Lexar aims to take over the increasingly popular CFexpress market with its new Type B DIAMOND series memory cards that promise high performance, taking full advantage of the accompanying USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 card reader. It's a product directed at content creators shooting and recording RAW 4K/8K videos where performance and reliability matter most.



Quick Look: Lexar Professional CFexpress Type B Card DIAMOND Series + CFexpress Type B Card Reader

StorageReview: Solidigm P44 Pro SSD Review (2TB)

The Solidigm P44 Pro is the company’s new flagship high-performance client SSD, built for the most demanding workloads and enthusiasts.



Solidigm P44 Pro SSD Review (2TB)

TechPowerUp: Team Group T-FORCE Vulcan Z 2 TB 2.5" SSD Review - Just $60 per TB

Team Group's T-Force Vulcan Z SSD comes at amazing pricing for a solid-state drive. It's just $120 for the 2 TB version, and it uses TLC flash, not QLC. Our in-depth review shows that performance is solid, even though the drive is DRAM-less, the very large SLC cache definitely helps.



Team Group T-FORCE Vulcan Z 2 TB 2.5" SSD Review - Just $60 per TB