AORUS GTX 1080 Gaming Box Review and more
Posted on: 11/20/2017 08:11 PM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

AORUS GTX 1080 Gaming Box Review
ASUS Lyra Whole-Home Wi-Fi System Mesh Network Review
Cooler Master MasterMouse MM520 Optical Mouse Review
DarkSide GT 1450 RPM Black Edition Fan
EKWB Slim 240 Liquid Cooling Kit Review
Noontec Hammo TV Personal Wireless Audio System Review
Sony H900N & H800 Wireless Headphones Revealed

AORUS GTX 1080 Gaming Box Review
Thin and light laptops are great! Carrying them around is super easy, they have a super-long battery life, and are more than powerful enough for most tasks. But when it comes to serious gaming a thin and light laptop just won’t cut it. Most people have a nice Ultrabook and then when they get home they have a full-blown gaming PC. Well AORUS wants you to game on your Ultrabook and they have just the device to do so, their GTX 1080 Gaming Box. It is an external box that houses a desktop-class GeForce GTX 1080 and it connects to your PC with a single cable via Thunderbolt 3 (Type-C). So when you need to be on the go you have your thin and light laptop, but when you get home you just plug in 1 cable and you have the power of a desktop-class graphics card. Let’s jump in and see what this gaming box is all about.


Read full article @ ThinkComputers.org

ASUS Lyra Whole-Home Wi-Fi System Mesh Network Review
We have been expounding the merits of the latest Mesh networking (https://www.kitguru.net/peripherals/james-morris/ultimate-mesh-wifi-router-shootout/) products for a few months now, and there is an increasing range of options to choose from on the market. One of the more recent contenders is ASUS, with the Lyra. On paper, the Lyra is similarly specified to the NETGEAR Orbi RBK40 and the Linksys Velop – so it has plenty of potential.


Read full article @ KitGuru

Cooler Master MasterMouse MM520 Optical Mouse Review
The Cooler Master MasterMouse MM520 features an ergonomic claw grip shell with excellent performance thanks to its PMW3360 sensor at an affordable price.


Read full article @ APH Networks

DarkSide GT 1450 RPM Black Edition Fan
The Gentle Typhoon made a comeback recently under the DarkSide brand, and in an all-black color scheme too. It was the fan of choice for PC DIY enthusiasts only a few years ago, and in this review, we will see how it holds up against newer fans and features alike.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

EKWB Slim 240 Liquid Cooling Kit Review
How much cooling can you pack into an inexpensive open loop kit? An open loop kit is probably the best way to jump into custom liquid cooling. It means you get everything you need inside one convenient box. No worrying that you forgot one part or another. No fretting that you accidentally got the wrong sized tubing or that your pump won’t work with your reservoir housing. To top it off, kits are usually less expensive than buying all the same parts à la carte.
Last year we saw EK’s Performance line of kits blow away even the best AIO liquid coolers. Today we’re looking at the much cheaper little brother, the Slim 240. At only $200, it’s not much more expensive than a premium AIO and almost half the price of the Performance 280 and 360. If it can keep up with the big boys, we might see our first true value award for liquid cooling.


Read full article @ Toms Hardware

Noontec Hammo TV Personal Wireless Audio System Review
With the Hammo TV Personal Wireless Audio System noontec has made it possible for even old TV sets to have Bluetooth connectivity and not with just one but up to two compatible wireless headsets.


Read full article @ NikKTech

Sony H900N & H800 Wireless Headphones Revealed
In addition to improved capabilities, the *Sony H900N* and *H800 wireless headphones* are now available in five trendy colour options. Check them out!


Read full article @ Tech ARP




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