Lenovo Yoga Book Review: A 2-In-1 With A Trick and more
Posted on: 11/26/2016 08:24 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

3D XPoint: A Guide To The Future Of Storage-Class Memory
AOC AGON AG271QG 165hz G-Sync Gaming Monitor Review
Lenovo Yoga Book Review: A 2-In-1 With A Trick
MSI GeForce GTX 1070 Quick Silver OC 8 GB
QNAP TBS-453A-8G-960GB 4-Bay M.2 SSD NASbook Review
SteelSeries Rival 500 Optical Mouse Review
Thermaltake Toughpower DPS G RGB 850 W Titanium

3D XPoint: A Guide To The Future Of Storage-Class Memory
Memory and storage collide with Intel and Micron's new, much-anticipated 3D XPoint technology, but the road has been long and winding. This is a comprehensive guide to its history, its performance, its promise and hype, its future, and its competition.


Read full article @ Toms Hardware

AOC AGON AG271QG 165hz G-Sync Gaming Monitor Review
We were impressed with our first look at AOC’s new AGON gaming screen brand, which arrived in the shape of the AG271QX (http://www.kitguru.net/peripherals/james-morris/aoc-agon-ag271qx-adaptive-sync-gaming-monitor-review/) . Whilst the AOC AGON AG271QG’s almost identical model name and indistinguishable external appearance makes it look like it’s the same screen with G-Sync instead of FreeSync, it actually has a markedly different specification.


Read full article @ KitGuru

Lenovo Yoga Book Review: A 2-In-1 With A Trick
Lenovo recently released one of the most interesting tablet hybrids in recent memory, just in time for the holidays. The Yoga Book has a digital keyboard that doubles as a sketch pad that even accommodates plain old paper, giving users several ways to draw images or jot notes. In fact, the tablet aspect of the machine is one of the most creative (and fun) concepts we’ve seen this year.

The Yoga Book differs from traditional tablet first hybrid devices in several ways, but the most noticeable of these is the permanently attached keyboard, which is a departure from traditional 10-inch tablet form factors. Some tablet-first devices, like the 2016 version of the Dell XPS 12 and the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet, ship with a detachable keyboard. The 2-in-1 format is arguably more functional than a lone slate...


Read full article @ HotHardware

MSI GeForce GTX 1070 Quick Silver OC 8 GB
MSI's GTX 1070 Quick Silver does away with the red-and-black color theme and uses stylish silver instead. Thanks to the powerful cooler from the GTX 1070 Gaming Z, the card is the coolest and quietest GTX 1070 we ever tested. It also comes at a rather affordable $425.


Read full article @ techPowerUp

QNAP TBS-453A-8G-960GB 4-Bay M.2 SSD NASbook Review
Although we all like the concept behind the new TBS-453A NASbook by QNAP quite honestly it feels ahead of its time mainly due to the current pricing of M.2 SSDs and lack of one or more 10GbE ports.


Read full article @ NikKTech

SteelSeries Rival 500 Optical Mouse Review
The SteelSeries Rival 500 shows it is possible for hardcore MOBA/MMO players to find a good mouse with a lot of buttons on the side that does not look like it has a phone dial pad stuck to it.


Read full article @ APH Networks

Thermaltake Toughpower DPS G RGB 850 W Titanium
It’s starting to become a meme at this point, but in the PC market almost everything now is available with RGB lighting. This is partially due to companies finally locking down the control they wanted for crazy lighting effects and also because it finally lets everyone bring out just one product that will work with any theme. No other company has taken this as far as Thermaltake as they have RGB lighting with their water cooling and RGB power supplies. As someone who prefers to make sure everything in my build matches I’m all for RGB and with that I wanted to take a look at Thermaltake’s Toughpower DPS G RGB to use in a build, specifically their 850-watt model with the crazy 80 Plus rating of Titanium!


Read full article @ LanOC Reviews




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