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Edifier CineSound B3 Soundbar Review

The Edifier CineSound B3 soundbar is designed to sit under (or above) your TV and deliver noticeably improved audio playback – when compared to your TV’s inbuilt speakers. However, it also offers Bluetooth functionality, allowing you to connect a phone, tablet or what-have-you and use it for general music playback, …

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Corsair Harpoon RGB gaming mouse

Corsair produces excellent, high-end gaming peripherals but it knows not everyone will want to spend £70 on a mouse or £150 on a keyboard. Enter the Corsair Harpoon RGB- this mouse comes with the multi-coloured lighting of high-end gaming peripherals, without the monstrous price tag. At just £28, the Harpoon is one …

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Kolink Aviator V Case Review

Kolink may be a new name to many KitGuru readers, but today we are looking at their Aviator V case. Priced at £46.99 it is aimed squarely at the budget audience, but still has some exciting features to offer. First and foremost of these is the panoramic acrylic side panel, …

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Raijintek Paean Case/Bench Table review

The Raijintek Paean is a case/test bench aimed at the enthusiast watercooling market. I say ‘case/test bench’ as it is a halfway house between the two – it can be laid horizontally, allowing easy access to the motherboard, or vertically, as with a traditional chassis. Either way, the Paean is an open frame chassis …

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Cooler Master MasterCase Maker 5t Review

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Cooler Master MasterCase Maker 5t (the ‘t’ stands for Turbo) can trace its heritage directly from the original MasterCase 5 via the Pro 5 to the Maker 5. The most obvious visual change to previous models is the addition of glass panels on both side of the case. Maker 5 …

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Tobii Tech 4C eye tracker for gaming review

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Eye tracking technology has been around for a long time in research and accessibility spaces, but has often been far too expensive for average consumers to consider. Now though things are very different, which is why Tobii Tech has launched its new, gaming focused eye tracker, called the 4C. It …

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AWD-IT Wraith System review (AMD FX-6350)

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AWD-IT has delivered a budget gaming PC called Wraith that gets its name from an unlikely source, the cooler on the AMD processor. That’s right, an AMD processor. We have become so used to seeing laptops and PCs with Intel processors that it seems worthwhile emphasising the combination of AMD …

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Kingston DC400 480GB SSD Review

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Kingston’s DC400 series are the latest additions to the companies Enterprise range of SSDs and have been designed as entry level drives for data centers. The new drives have been built with read-intensive applications in mind for use in a mixed workload environments. The DC400 treads down a well-worn path …

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