HP ZBook 15 Review and more
Posted on: 12/14/2013 12:33 PM

Here a roundup of today's hardware reviews, including HP ZBook 15 Review, Samsung Galaxy Gear Review, Jabra VOX In-Ear Earphones With Microphone, Corsair Hydro Series H75 Sealed Water Cooler Review, and Gigabyte Brix GB-XM14-1037 review: affordable mini-PC

HP ZBook 15 Review @ TechReviewSource.com
The HP ZBook 15 is a potent mobile workstation, offering top-notch processing power, ISV Certified graphics, and industrial-grade durability. If you and your company are in the market for a mobile workstation, the ZBook 15 is definitely worth considering.


Read more: HP ZBook 15 Review @ TechReviewSource.com

Samsung Galaxy Gear Review @ ThinkComputers.org
I've owned my Galaxy gear for roughly a month now, and have to say that it is honestly a surprise. I was sketchy at first because of the $300 price tag and how much would I be using this, but honestly, I've used this thing more times a day than I thought possible. I get tons of notifications a day, and now instead of pulling into my pocket to grab my phone, I just flip the wrist and see what notification popped up. The 1.6-inch AMOLED screen is crystal clear, sharp and gives off great colors. Here's my take on the Samsung Galaxy Gear


Read more: Samsung Galaxy Gear Review @ ThinkComputers.org

Corsair Raptor M40 Gaming Mouse Review @ Benchmark Reviews
Corsair acquired Raptor Gaming last year in a deal that made quite a few in the European market quite happy. Raptor Gaming was known for their quality gaming peripherals, and the deal meant that Corsair would be adding their expertise to the mix as well. With the release of the new Corsair Raptor line of gaming products, today we will be examining the Corsair Raptor M40 gaming mouse. It is a mid-range mouse (~$45) that appears to pack quite a punch for the price point, and definitely has the build quality expected from Corsair. In this article Benchmark Reviews will take a look at the Raptor M40 and let you know if it is a true gaming beast worthy of its name!


Read more: Corsair Raptor M40 Gaming Mouse Review @ Benchmark Reviews

SteelSeries 5Hv3 Gaming Headset Video Review @ HardwareHeaven.com
Today Kaeyi Dream tests out the SteelSeries 5Hv3 Gaming Headset the latest upgrade from the award winning 5Hv2.


Read more: SteelSeries 5Hv3 Gaming Headset Video Review @ HardwareHeaven.com

LG G Pad 8.3 Review @ ocaholic
With their new G Series products LG is pushing hard on the markets. The Korean company has come up with a brand new series of products, where there are smartphones as well as tablets. Back in 2011 LG released the Optimus Pad, which struggled and since then nothing much was going on. With the G Pad the company releases a high quality product, which can be found in the 300 Euro price range.


Read more: LG G Pad 8.3 Review @ ocaholic

Jabra VOX In-Ear Earphones With Microphone @ NikKTech
The Christmas holidays are just around the corner and the lucky ones who will actually leave the big city to spend them with their loved ones somewhere far away are probably right now out in the market looking for ways to improve on that experience either by checking all the latest camcorder and digital camera models. I on the other hand am continuing my never ending quest to find the best earphone set to accompany me pretty much whenever I'm not at home including these holidays (which i intend to spend on the mountain with friends and family). Unfortunately due to the size and technology used with earphones most of the times you have to choose between one with very crisp and accurate mids/highs or one with good bass levels. There are certainly some special earphone sets in the market that offer both but because of their "hefty" price tags it's a good bet that most people will never get their hands on those. It seems however that Jabra wants to bring the best of both worlds in the market with their latest VOX Dolby-Digital in-ear earphones which we've been using for slightly over a month now with impressive results.


Read more: Jabra VOX In-Ear Earphones With Microphone @ NikKTech

Logitech G930 Wireless Headset @ LanOC Reviews
I have gone through a whole collection of headsets in the past due to a cable going bad. This happens when you run over the wire with your chair when the wire is too long or when the cord is to short and you get hard tugs on it. Because of that I have been a big fan of wireless headsets, especially because latency is less of an issue with them. Well today I’m going to take a look at Logitech’s G930 wireless headset. I’m especially interested in how it compares to the Corsair Vengeance 2000, another popular wireless headset in the same price range. If the last two wireless mice from Logitech are indication, the G930 could be a good option. But let’s look closer before making any judgment.


Read more: Logitech G930 Wireless Headset @ LanOC Reviews

Intel Core i5-2500K vs AMD A10-6800K Gaming-Performance @ ocaholic
Should you be thinking about buying a used CPU in the price range of 120 to 150 Euro, then you might be considering to buy either an Intel Core i5-2500K or an AMD A10-6800K. At this point we want to answer the question which of these CPUs would be the better choice for a budget gaming PC. Therefore we've tested these two CPUs with a batch of recent games as well as a few theoretical benchmarks.


Read more: Intel Core i5-2500K vs AMD A10-6800K Gaming-Performance @ ocaholic

Corsair Hydro Series H75 Sealed Water Cooler Review @ Legit Reviews
Liquid CPU coolers have become quite prevalent over the last couple years, and you can't help but notice another one pop up on the market here and there, especially from Corsair. Ivy Bridge and Haswell CPUs are very well known to be large heat producers, so one needs a better solution to cool them down. The stock HSF that Intel includes with these CPUs isn't enough, since even in stock form you can see very high temperatures, depending on the application you're running. Not something you want to see with a brand new processor, right? Step on over to Corsair's recently released Hydro Series H75 liquid CPU cooler. This cooler is designed to tame those nasty temperatures that you may be seeing and also be very compact, measuring only 25mm thick, fitting in small cases and/or tight spaces. Read on to see how it performs!


Read more: Corsair Hydro Series H75 Sealed Water Cooler Review @ Legit Reviews

ASUS MARS GTX 760 4 GB @ techPowerUp
ASUS has engineered a truly unique product with their ROG MARS GTX 760. It is based on two GTX 760 GPUs on a single card, which provides amazing performance, sitting right between GTX 780 and 780 Ti. The cooling solution is also decent, and makes sure the card always runs full NVIDIA Boost clocks.


Read more: ASUS MARS GTX 760 4 GB @ techPowerUp

Gigabyte Brix GB-XM14-1037 review: affordable mini-PC @ Hardware.Info
We recently reviewed a couple different Gigabyte Brix mini-PCs, and today it's time for a third one. The entry-level Gigabyte Brix GB-XM14-1037 with Celeron processor is available in stores for around £140. 

The compact mini-PC measures 10.5 x 11.5 x 3.3 cm and is 3.3 cm thin. It is more basic than the other two models we tested, there are no audio ports and the USB ports are 2.0 on both sides. If you want to transfer data you'll have to use an ethernet cable.


Read more: Gigabyte Brix GB-XM14-1037 review: affordable mini-PC @ Hardware.Info




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