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AViiQ Smart Case for iPad 2 Review

When they created the iPad 2, Apple also designed the ‘Smart Cover’ which gives the iPad 2 screen an extra level of protection whilst interacting with it so that when you open the cover, it automatically turns on.  The only problem with this cover is that it only protects the …

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Thermaltake Armor A30 Small Form Factor Case Review

Competitive gaming is becoming increasingly popular and an ever expanding audience frequent LAN meetings such as Multiplay’s Insomnia 43 in Telford.  Anyone who has attended an event such as Insomnia 43 will know that it is a pain lugging around a full size tower case PC.  As a result, small …

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Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced Case Review

Cooler Master are one of the longest established brands in the computer case sector and as such they have a huge range of products to choose from.  For example, the Silencio cases are designed for those who want the quietest possible system.  The HAF or ‘High Air Flow’ series of …

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DeepCool Ice Matrix 400 CPU Cooler Review

There are hundreds of aftermarket CPU coolers available on the market from an ever growing number of manufacturers.  This means companies are having to differentiate their products from the competition, much like Be Quiet! with their extremely attractive Duo of CPU coolers. Today we are going to look at the …

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Raidmax Blackstorm Mid-Tower Case Review

We recently received a case from a company called Raidmax who have apparently been around since 1988, in some shape or form.  They have quite a large range of products which includes cases, power supplies and a CPU cooler. Today we are going to look at the Raidmax Blackstorm Mid-Tower …

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LEPA LPC302 Mid-Tower Case Review

LEPA may not be a well known brand, but we have reviewed a handful of their products on Kitguru before. LEPA is Enermax’s ‘mid-range’ brand, developing products directed towards the price sensitive consumer audience.  That said, some of LEPA’s products are simply rebranded Enermax models, including some of their power …

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Cubitek Tattoo Fire Mid-Tower Case Review

The most popular cases on the market are mid-tower models as they offer a good compromise between size, features and price.  There is a large amount of competition in the mid tower market, especially around the £50 – £60 mark.  This is the point at which we start to see …

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Roccat Isku Gaming Keyboard Review

The gaming keyboard market is becoming more and more competitive with recent releases such as the Razer Black Widow Ultimate and SteelSeries 6G V2 leading the way.  Roccat have decided to throw another choice into the mix with the latest addition to their gaming peripheral range. Today we are going …

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NZXT Source 210 Elite Case Review

NZXT really hit the headlines when they released their stunning Phantom case last year which won numerous awards including our most prestigious ‘Must Have’ award.  In terms of design, it broke new ground and remains one of the best looking cases out there today. NZXT don’t just produce high end …

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Be Quiet! Dark Rock Advanced CPU Cooler Review

We recently looked at Be Quiet!’s flagship cooler, the Dark Rock Pro, and were impressed by the strong cooling performance and attractive appearance.  Today, we are looking at one of their less expensive coolers in the Dark Rock range. The Be Quiet! Dark Rock Advanced CPU Cooler costs around £15 …

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Wacom Bamboo Stylus for iPad Review

Many touchscreen devices these days are designed to be used with your fingers, therefore negating the need for a stylus.  But, in some circumstances, having a stylus to accompany your device is preferable.  For example, taking notes and sketching can be difficult with a finger but is much easier when …

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