We all have forgotten or are too tired to even think about some tasks regarding our computers and tech at home on regular days. We all have been at that state where we have our routine days and just drop to rest mode when we get home from our work or even jump into games […]
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The Aorus FI27QP is a direct descendant to the more known Aorus AD27QD which is the entry piece of Aorus to the gaming monitor market. If you’ve been paying close attention to the market (Q4 2019, to be exact) you would see a lot of retailers dropping prices for the feature packed AD27QD, this was […]
We have another Radeon Navi card to review and this one is marked towards the entry-level end of the stack. We previously looked at the some of the higher tier cards but now we have the PowerColor Radeon RX 5500 XT 8GB Red Dragon for review and it’s a very interesting graphics card to look […]
A tiny solution with monumental benchmarks. MSI Gaming’s release of the the Trident X to the market is a sure contender in the market for a solution that isn’t your usual prebuilt. The Trident X is said to provide freedom and power in a prebuilt – We’ll see if that’s the case. Quick Specifications What’s […]
MSI’s GK50 Vigor is an interesting take on the concept of low profile keyboards – an damn good take if you ask us from our initial first look of the board itself. What’s in the Box MSI presents this keyboard with a new and refreshing design which plays with a white and red colorway rather […]
Xanova enters the competitive mouse market with the Mensa Pro – A mouse that’s promised to have maxed out features while maintaining a middle end price tag. The Mensa Pro is promising with its respectable sensor, 50m rated clickers, and a price tag around 3000 pesos which for me is the middle point for budget […]
The Galax GTX 1660 Super is a defining card in the realm of Nvidia’s timeline. Expected to replace the 1660TI while sporting a ton of new improvements, does it really hold up to expectations? Still having a lower GPU clock speeds compared to the GTX 1660 Ti, the GTX 1660 Super takes the advantage of […]
Xanova’s trend in creating straightforward peripherals with the much needed features of other known brands but cutting corners through the unnecessary points or parts where they can afford to lose in exchange for other features. – And now the Pulsar. The Xanova Pulsar looks impressive for avid minimalists and also to certain niches that look […]
Aerocool Tor brings RGB into the playing field with a more tastier take on wielding light through the dark corners of PC casings. Aerocool has brought some cool iterations of parts into the market such as square framed fans and angled case designs. But on this take, they have reinvented RGB and turned it into […]
MSI defies the norm of slapping a brand logo in an OEM chair for integration of a gaming chair to a line up by releasing the MSI CH120. Clearly there are some notable cosmetic changes present in the chair but overall the chair performed well and shined on some specific aspects such as tanking huge […]