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be quiet! Dark Rock TF Review

We have been waiting since March for the be quiet! Dark Rock TF CPU cooler and now the day has finally arrived. Other members of the Dark Rock family use a vertical box cooler design however the Dark Rock TF is laid down horizontally so we can safely say the …

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Arctic P324 BT Bluetooth Headphones Review

Arctic is widely known for its CPU coolers and PC case fans but the company  has had its own line of headphones for quite some time. Today we will be taking a look at Arctic’s new P324 BT headphones, offering 20 hours of wireless playback over bluetooth in a sporty …

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EVGA Torq X5 Optical gaming mouse

Today we look at the new eVGA Torq X5 gaming mouse built around the high grade Pixart 3988 optical sensor. It has 8 programmable buttons built in and a max reporting rate of 1000hz. It is attractively designed in white, with an ambidextrous design and some tasteful lighting. Is it worth …

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i-rocks Golem Series K50E gaming keyboard

Although we do love a good mechanical keyboard here at KitGuru, we’re not blind to the fact that it is not the only way to do things. There are of course traditional membrane, rubber done keys and the more laptop orientated scissor switch, a modified version of which is what i-rocks …

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AOC Q2778VQE Review

The AOC Q2778VQE is a 27-inch 16:9 monitor with a WQHD (2,560 x 1,440) TN (twisted nematic) display and a refresh time of just 1ms, making it a good choice for gamers. It retails for a reasonable £285, but can be found for slightly less at many online vendors. Although …

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EVGA SuperNOVA 650GS Review

EVGA recently released new power supplies in their SuperNova GS range and today we take a look at the 650 watt unit. This unit is 80 Plus Gold Certified and is a pure modular design. EVGA state that the components inside are high grade Japanese branded – to ensure long …

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Apple iPad Air 2 Tablet Review

Recently we have reviewed many Android tablets on the market in 2015. However, we have yet to look at any devices running iOS – so we thought it is time to review the Apple iPad Air 2. The latest generation of iPad tablets, the Air 2 pricing starts from £399, …

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MSI Cubi Review

MSI is offering its Cubi Mini PC in four different specifications with varying levels of CPU grunt, depending on the price you pay. Cubi is a barebones design however the sample sent to KitGuru was fully built and ready to roll. If you buy a Cubi you will have to …

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Roccat Ryos TKL Pro Review

Do you ever find yourself wondering why the modern keyboard design has not changed much in recent years? Who uses a CAPSLOCK key any more? And do we really need a numpad? While certain functions might require them, a lot of gamers do not and that extra desk space could …

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Aerocool Aero 1000 Chassis Review

Aerocool has trodden a careful path with its new Aero-1000 ATX case. This steel chassis looks understated with its black and white mono colour scheme and it is clear that Aerocool has worked hard to appeal to enthusiasts while keeping the price low. At the front of the chassis we …

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TSST TB030NA Portable Charger Review

The smallest of the Toshiba Samsung Storage Technology (TSST) portable charge range, today we review the TB030NA model. It features a 3000 mAh capacity and has a more familiar cylinder design. It is pricey for a smaller capacity device though, as it will set you back £19.99. Is it worth …

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TSST TB050PA Portable Charger Review

The TB050PA is another portable charger from Toshiba Samsung Storage Technology (TSST). It is essentially a lower capacity version of the TB100PA, with a smaller 5,000 mAh capacity. This means it is also cheaper at £24.99 – but is it worth buying ahead of its bigger brother? TSST have a made …

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TSST Handy Portable Bluetooth Speaker Review

Recently we have reviewed a few of Toshiba Samsung Storage Technology’s (TSST) portable charger accessories. Today we have a look at their portable bluetooth speaker, named Handy. Though not yet available in the UK, it will cost £34.99 – so is not the cheapest speaker set out there. We see …

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