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Asus RP-AC68U 802.11ac Wireless Repeater Review

The Asus RP-AC68U is a quad-antenna wireless repeater that’s designed to compliment the company’s high-end, high-bandwidth portfolio of routers and other networking kit. As one of the biggest proponents of wireless kit that supports 4×4 quad-antenna configurations, Asus has been wise in building four antennas into the RP-AC68U, making it capable …

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PNY CS2211 240GB SSD Review

PNY offer drive ranges to the consumer, business and enterprise sectors and have done so for quite some time. The latest drive range to market from the American company is the CS2211, and as part of the XLR8 range is aimed at the gamer or enthusiast. The PNY CS2211 is a 7mm, …

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Intel Genuino 101 Review

The Genuino 101, or Arduino 101 if you’re in the US, is Intel’s collaboration with the Arduino project. If you’re not familiar with it, the Arduino has attempted to do for hardware design what Linux and Open Source in general have done for software – open it up to everyone …

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SK hynix SE3010 960GB Review

When we last looked at an SSD from SK hynix it was from their consumer portfolio. This time around we are looking at a drive from the other part of their storage business in the shape of the SE3010, a read intensive drive for the Enterprise market space. The SE3010 has been …

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Corsair Lapdog Review

The Corsair Lapdog is grandly described as a ‘Gaming Control Centre’, however that doesn’t explain things very well as Lapdog is unlike anything we have seen before. The idea is that you have your gaming PC (ideally a Corsair Bulldog) next to your TV and sit on your sofa with …

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SpeedLink Ledos Gaming Mouse Review

We tend to review quite a lot of high-end gaming mice but are there decent options for those on a tighter budget? Today, we are taking a look at the Ledos Optical Gaming Mouse from SpeedLink, featuring an ambidextrous design, an optical sensor with just enough DPI and ‘rapid-fire’ buttons. …

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