The best SSD external drives for your Xbox One and more
Posted on: 12/31/2018 10:49 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

ADATA XPG INFAREX K20 Gaming Keyboard Review
Dell XPS 15 Review
The best SSD external drives for your Xbox One
Thermaltake Neptune Elite RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review
WINE applications on HD displays - Better looks
Wooting One Analog Keyboard Review
X399 Aorus Xtreme Threadripper Motherboard Review

ADATA XPG INFAREX K20 Gaming Keyboard Review
XPG, the gaming-focused branch of ADATA, is well known for their memory and storage products, but did you know that they also produce gaming peripherals like keyboards and mice? For our first look at an XPG gaming peripheral, ADATA sent over their INFAREX K20 gaming keyboard for review. The K20 features a 104-key design housed in a very sturdy body, along with illuminated mechanical key switches. Let’s not waste any more time, and get this review under way.


Read full article @ ThinkComputers.org

Dell XPS 15 Review
Dell's XPS 15 laptop once again lives at the intersection of power and portability, with a Core i9 processor and Nvidia graphics, but it has zero design changes from its predecessor.


Read full article @ Neowin

The best SSD external drives for your Xbox One
When running low on room for Xbox One games, an external hard drive is must-buy accessory. Solid-state drives (SSD) are the premium option, upping your console's capacity while outpacing the onboard storage. In short, this means drastically reduced load times across all games. We've rounded up the best SSDs available for Xbox One today.


Read full article @ Windows Central

Thermaltake Neptune Elite RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review
Today I will be reviewing the Thermaltake Neptune Elite RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. In my opinion the worst thing about mechanical keyboards are the price.


Read full article @ FunkyKit

WINE applications on HD displays - Better looks
Is the label on that preverbial wine bottle too small to read? Not to worry, Dedo is gonna a-fix it for you. This is a short tutorial showing how to improve the look & feel of WINE applications on HD displays in Linux. Follow me.


Read full article @ Dedoimedo

Wooting One Analog Keyboard Review
For years, keyboards have been mostly static. Sure, there’s been innovations here and there but for the most part, we’ve been clacking on the same set of keys for most of our lives. The switches are digital, like the light switches on your wall: they’re either on or off with nothing in between. For many games, this just isn’t ideal. Racing games need feathery touches; third-person action games demand you both creep and run; most, in fact, feel better when you add a little bit of nuance to your control.

The Wooting One is the world’s first completely analog optical keyboard. With the press of a button, every key can offer the same kind of nuanced control of a controller’s trigger, and thanks to a clever design, it will work any game that offers dual controller and keyboard support. Coming in at $159.99 for a single tenkeyless model and two switch options, this is the kind of innovation that doesn’t come cheap.


Read full article @ PC Perspective

X399 Aorus Xtreme Threadripper Motherboard Review
We love a good high-end PC build, and Im sure many of our readers do too. Weve already seen that the latest AMD Threadripper CPUs are a bit of a wet sponge when it comes to gaming.


Read full article @ eTeknix




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