Featuring a further refined blade design with Anti-Stall Knobs that works in tandem with the new AAO (Advanced Acoustic Optimisation) frame, the NF-S12A improves the airflow/noise efficiency of its renowned predecessor by up to 8%.
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While being outperformed in the standard load test, she was still a meaner creature when it came to snacking on heat on an overclocked CPU. So while the Shark isn’t the absolute best, it’s certainly near the top of its food chain.
I am very satisfied with what the NH-D14 has to offer by way of cooling. It performed well under all conditions I threw at it and kept coming back for more.
Shredders have come a long way. This Fellowes 73Ci not only claims to be completely jam-proof (one of the biggest complaints people have about shredders) but also features LED lighting and touch-capacitive buttons, all in a keen shiny plastic look that any gadget lover would be proud of.
A few years ago, 120mm fans were used to get the lowest noise with the highest airflow, and thus better-performing PCs. Now many cases are coming with 140mm mounts as the only way to improve on this is to go bigger.
When I saw the Raptor I immediately jumped at the chance to review it. For no other reason than because I loved the available red-on-black color scheme. Red is bestial. It’s hardcore. It’s the fires of freaking Mordor!
Setting the tablet up is relatively easy, as a first-time wizard walks you through connecting to a wireless access point. The Nook HD then downloaded an update and installed, which took about five minutes in total.
Genius is a new player in the hardware market, and the underdog usually has something to prove. Genius has released a new MMO/RTS gaming mouse that costs between $40-80 and yet has features that rival much more expensive digital rodents.
The packaging is pretty standard. Pics of the product and what it can do on the front, info about it on the back, and a window on the front right side to see what you’re getting. At first it looks like your basic cooler. Nope. Read on.
When I got the box I was once again reminded how small this cooler is. A total height of ONLY 37mm (1,46 inches) and a total footprint of 95mm by 95mm, which complieswith Intel’s LGA115x “keep out zone”. You shouldn’t have any issues with fitting tall RAM modules with large heatsinks.
So how well do these things push air? And are they really quiet? How great is the fan control? Is Obama responsible for crop circles? We’ll attempt to answer some of these questions in this review.
Not all laptops even support triple displays, even though they may feature a DisplayPort interface. The DualHead2Go Digital SE adapter enables any laptop to have an ultra-widescreen desktop resolution up to 5760×1200
The In Win GRone case has a lot of great features that PC enthusiast and gamers will like. There is lots of room to install hardware, so it’s very expandable. The case is also very flexible with how you want to cool your rig.
With Andoid competition being fierce, so many tablets out there competing with each other, the prices have been driven way down on many of them. The downside is that you usually get what you pay for.
The problem with many good gaming peripherals is that they are rather expensive. Cooler Master wants to change that by delivering a good gaming mouse with lots of features without spending a lot of money.
We are looking at the Microsoft Comfort Curve 3000 keyboard, which is apparently the bigger (yet somehow smaller) brother of the Comfort Curve 2000 keyboard.
Introducing the TransImp X3 Plus from Mukii. And it’s a lot better than a hollow chunk of aluminum with a fan glued to it. There was a chrome band that went around the front where the LCD panel is and one at the back where the enclosure comes apart to insert the HDD.
When I opened the box I was a little disappointed at the front of the case. It was about as standard as it gets when it comes to cases. Flat black from top to bottom, with ten drive bay covers covering the entire front.
The front of the case has three external 5.25” drive bays. Just above these are the front ports for the USB 2.0, audio, and eSata. This is also where the power and reset buttons are located. It’s arranged quite simply, but the straight-forwardness is something I have to admire.
The Phantom 820 is NZXT’s sidewinder missile, and they have it aimed right at the top of the market for gaming cases. And when I say huge, that’s exactly what I mean. It’s 12” wide, 27” long, and 29” tall. That’s almost two and half feet tall. With a total weight of 32 pounds.