Faced with the challenge of trying to squeeze a win out of a cramped laptop keyboard? So what’s a mobile gamer to do? aLLreli just might have your answer with the T9 Plus single-handed mechanical gaming keypad. Follow us today as we check out the aLLreli T9 Plus mechanical keyboard.
Sometimes you want to gaming features, without paying the gaming premium. What if you just need something simple, but you don’t want to sacrifice the aesthetic of a gaming motherboard? Well Biostar may have the solution to your problem with their Racing B150GT5 motherboard.
There are many devices today that use flash cards such as smart phones, cameras of different kinds, tablets, and so on. One of the common flash card form factors today would be the micro SDs and when it comes to this flash card, there are a lot of offerings available. Do you just go for the cheapest one? Do you evaluate value? Silicon Power gave us one of their offerings to check out today which I found out is quite popular in one of the major online stores in the United States. Let us put the Silicon Power Elite 64gb MicroSDXC UHS-1 under the microscope as we test it out today.
If you’re one of those types that wants the best card money can buy and just don’t care about the performance per dollar stat, then NVIDIA has got you covered with the Pascal refresh of the TITAN X. But, can this card live up to the claims that NVIDIA has been making? Could we finally have a single card 4K solution? I’d like to thank the good people at Cutting Edge Gamer, leader in leasing graphics cards, for sending me this TITAN X to review.
MSI recently sent us the GTX 1060 Gaming X 3G version for review. Can a 3gb graphics card really stand up to today’s titles? Especially in a world of VR and 4k, 120 Hz panels? 1080p gaming would be no problem for such graphics card but we all know the standards has been raised a bar higher nowadays. We’d like to thank MSI for providing ProClockers with this card and making this review possible. Now let’s see if GTX 1060 Gaming X 3G can withstand our benchmark suit and live up to the Pascal name.
You’d be hard pressed to find an enthusiast these days without a mechanical keyboard. With so many companies producing peripherals these days, they seem to be everywhere. That being said, any company can hire a Chinese manufacturer to slap their name on a cheapo plastic keyboard with generic switches. At first, it’s great. However, will it stand the test of time? Probably not. To get a well built, sturdy keyboard that’ll last, you need a good name, a name you trust. One of the most trustworthy names in the industry has to be G.Skill. Known for making of some of, if not the best ram on the market, G.Skill has been a fan favorite for years. Now they have stepped into the peripheral market with their KM780R RGB mechanical keyboard. But can a company best known for ram and storage devices produce a keyboard that can live up to their name? I’d like to that the good people at G.Skill for providing Pro Clockers with the KM780R and allowing this review to happen. Now, let’s see how the KM780R stands up to the competition.