Review Archive

Review: Transcend MTS800 256GB M.2 SSD 0

The M.2, formerly known as the Next Generation Form Factor (NGFF), was introduced to replace the mSATA that was unable to scale up to 1TB capacity at a reasonable price point. In this case, the M.2 offers wide range of module sizes and capacities. Generally, there are three types

Review: KWorld S25 Elite Mobile Gaming Earphones 0

There are three main types of headphones on the market, which are over-ear, on-ear, and in-ear (earphones). Over-ear headphones feature ear cups which cover the entire ears. On-ear headphones feature ear cups which rest directly on the ears while earphones are designed to fit inside the ear canal. With

Review: GAMDIAS Hermes RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard 0

When it comes to buying a new gaming keyboard, you won’t be running out of choices with the widespread offerings from various companies such as Cooler Master, Razer, ThermalTake/Tt eSports, SteelSeries, and ROCCAT. In addition, there are many other brands which produce great gaming keyboards such as GAMDIAS. In

Review: SuperO C7Z270-PG Motherboard 0

The release of Intel’s 7th Gen Core “Kaby Lake” desktop processors recently also sees introduction of the new Z270 chipset to support the new architecture. The new CPUs are still using the existing LGA1150 socket and fully compatible with last-gen Z170 chipset with a simple BIOS update. Good thing

Review: Intel Core i7-7700K “Kaby Lake” Desktop Processor 0

On August 30th 2016, Intel has officially unveiled their latest 7th Gen Core “Kaby Lake” mobile processors built on the improved 14nm+ FinFET manufacturing process technology. First unveiled were the U and Y series targeting at the 2-in-1’s and notebook platforms, featuring TDPs of 15-28W and 4.5W TDP respectively.