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Synology DS213j NAS Review

Today we are looking at the latest NAS system from Synology – the DS213j. This NAS system is a budget friendly 2 bay offering for small office and home use. It is designed to consume minimal power and operate without creating a high level of fan noise. Is it an …

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Fractal Design Arc Midi R2 Case Review

Today we are going to take a look at the Fractal Design Arc Midi R2 which directly replaces the Arc Midi case that  we looked at in-depth last year over here.  The Arc range of cases are designed with performance users in mind as they don’t focus specifically on noise suppression like …

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Synology DiskStation DS1813+ Review

Synology release a wide range of NAS systems every year, and today we are looking at the DS 1813+ which has been designed from the ground up to cope with the demanding enterprise environment. The DS1813+ is built for speed, it incorporates a dual core processor and can scale with …

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MSI Twin Frozr GTX770 OC Review

Today we look at a customised, overclocked version of the new Nvidia GTX770 graphics card from MSI. The latest GTX770 is based around the same GK104 GPU that was used in the ever popular GTX680.  The GTX770 is priced close to the HD7970 and targets the high end gaming audience …

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SevenTeam X6 Power Bank Review

I still have fond memories of my first BlackBerry phone. While many people would chuckle now at the monochrome screen and ancient interface, I only had to charge the battery twice a week. Smartphones today may have fast quad core processors and giant 4 inch HD colour screens, but by …

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Kingston Wi-Drive 64GB Review

Today we are looking at the Kingston Wi-Drive. This portable device can be used to wirelessly transmit and share content with up to three tablets or smartphones simultaneously. Photos, videos and music can be shared with iOS and Android devices. Simply download a free Wi-Drive application, or access directly through …

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Wavemaster Stax Speakers Review

Having started to create multimedia speakers for PC systems in Germany many years ago, Wavemaster is a relatively new brand to UK consumers – but they are aiming to make a splash with a series of headphone and speaker launches in 2013. We have been sent a set of Wavemaster …

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AMD HD7990 Malta Review

The battle for the title of ‘world’s fastest graphics card’ has been hotly contested for as long as I can remember. This week AMD are releasing their official HD7990 ‘Malta’ graphics card – a dual GPU solution comprising 8.6 billion transistors, 4096 stream processors … capable of 8.2 TFLOPS of …

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MSI Z77A-GD65 Gaming Motherboard Review

Today we are going to look at the MSI Z77A-GD65 Gaming motherboard.  It’s MSI’s latest model, targeted at the enthusiast audience, more specifically enthusiast gamers.  It boasts an impressive feature set which is specifically tailored for those gamers who want the best possible performance from their system. MSI are one …

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Sapphire HD7950 MAC Edition Review

Today we are looking at the new graphics card from Sapphire, The HD7950 MAC Edition. As the name would suggest this discrete solution has been designed specifically for Apple computers, namely the flagship Mac Pro Desktop. Until today the most powerful AMD graphics card that you could get for the …

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Edifier Spinnaker e30 Speakers Review

Our enthusiast audience may not have heard of Edifier but they have been around since 1996 basing their company motto on ‘Passion for sound’. The Spinnaker speakers have been awarded an ‘Innovations Design and Engineering Award’ following months of product fine tuning by ex Wharfedale Production Manager Phil Jones. Today …

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Antec ISK 110 VESA Case Review

Today we are going to look at the Antec ISK 110 VESA which is a small form factor PC case that can be attached to the back of your monitor to save space.  It’s designed to be as compact as possible, only supporting the smallest components.  This makes it ideal …

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