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iRocks M05 Spirit Cocoon Mouse Review

There are a lot of household names in the PC peripheral industry, especially when it comes to gaming. However, like the games themselves, there are brands that are more dominant in certain parts of the world – it is often only after much time and growth that they start showing up outside …

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SteelSeries Sensei Wireless Laser Mouse Review

The SteelSeries Sensei mouse was a hit with gamers and tournament players but now the peripheral has taken the next step in its evolution. SteelSeries has released the Sensei Wireless with an improved sensor and a slightly different aesthetic amongst other additional features- but is it worth the extra cost? …

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Roccat Siru gaming mousepad review

As the results of KitGuru’s recent online poll has shown, a whopping 93% of you are PC gaming aficionados – masters of the keyboard and mouse on a decent PC. Our latest KitGuru Labs test focuses on the connection between mouse and desk. The all important mousepad. Sticky fingers need …

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Microvue 8.0MP Digital Microscope review

Today we are looking at the Microvue, a USB 3.0 digital microscope created by CrystalVue. It comes equipped with an 8.0MP lens and has an optical zoom capable of magnifying objects up to 200 times. While typically microscopes have more professional uses, Crystalvue wants its device to appeal to hobbyists …

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Asus PB287Q 4K UHD 28 inch Monitor review

KitGuru was one of the first websites to regularly start using an Ultra HD 4K monitor in graphics card reviews, mid 2013. We adopted the wallet sapping Asus PQ321QE and have been mighty impressed with the gorgeous IGZO display. PQ321QE prices have dropped from £3,000 to £2,400 recently, but the …

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Netgear R6300 802.11ac Smart Wi-Fi Router Review

Today we are going to take a look at one of the latest wireless routers from Netgear – the R6300.  This offers the latest in dual-band wireless technology, supporting the 802.11ac specification.  This should offer significantly better throughput than a 802.11n network, theoretically up to around 1,300 MB/s.  We are …

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Gigabyte Z97X-Gaming 7 Motherboard Review

Continuing our recent focus on gaming motherboards, we have the Gigabyte Z97X-Gaming 7 in for review. Hitting retail with an aggressive sub-£140 price tag, Gigabyte is aiming to lure in potential buyers with the Gaming 7 motherboard’s gaming-orientated features, striking colour scheme, and four-year warranty.  Fusing together the company’s high-performance G1 Audio with …

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be quiet! Dark Rock 3 CPU Cooler Review

We have already seen the be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3 stamp its authority on the high-end air cooler market. Now the company is aiming for another fight with its single tower Dark Rock 3 CPU cooler. Can a balance between cooling performance and noise make the Dark Rock 3 a worthy contender? Using …

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Phanteks Enthoo Pro Review

Last summer Phanteks won our hearts with the Enthoo Primo aluminium case – which claimed a ‘Must Have’ award despite a price tag of £199.99. This success led to a huge amount of anticipation for the upcoming Phanteks Enthoo Pro as we were promised a case that carried over the …

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Mionix Nash 20 Headset Review

In the wake of Zardon’s amazing Top 10 listing of the greatest headphones 2014 we look at a much more affordable pair of headphones in this review. No more Grado or Sennheiser headphones weighing in at well over £1,000 as Mionix are aiming the ‘regular luxury’ part of the market. …

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Synology DS414j Review

Synology describes its new DS414j as the successor to the DS413. It’s a 4-bay NAS device, aimed at home users and SOHO environments requiring up to 20TB of storage, and they put the emphasis on the ‘retro looking black chassis, dual core CPU … and USB 3.0 which combine to …

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MSI Z97 Gaming 5 Motherboard Review

Gamers have long been one of the core consumer groups for the DIY computing industry, but recent months have seen the popularity of gaming-branded components hit a new level. Motherboards are a great example of this; in the eleven months since the inception of Intel’s Z87 chipset, the number of …

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