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Leetgion Hellion Gaming Mouse Review

Originating from Thermalright in 2010, Leetgion is a new player to the peripherals game. Built to offer specialised performance, the company’s Hellion mouse is optimised for RTS gaming. Sporting an Avago 9500 sensor capable of a DPI range from 100 to 5000, the Hellion is accurate and precisely-tracked, giving it …

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Cougar Challenger Mid Tower Case Review

Cougar is on the prowl for glory in the mid-range case market with the feature-heavy Challenger. Employing thoughtful amenities generally associated with up-market cases, can Cougar use the Challenger to attack a price vs performance sweet-spot? A trio of 5.25” tool-less drive bays, an external 3.5” compartment and 7x 2.5/3.5” …

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TonidoPlug 2 Small Home Server Review

Media and enthusiast-servers are growing in popularity as more people realise the benefits within a home environment; after all numerous computer systems, tablets, televisions and phones can be utilised in accessing media files. Media servers allow people to have media stored in one area which can then be streamed to …

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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Review

The IBM ThinkPad has legendary status, and when Lenovo took over production they were keen to take this iconic range into the next century. Equally so, Lenovo were aware that they couldn’t mess with the design too much, especially as the primary focus has always been the business audience. The …

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Philips 273E3QH 27″ Full HD E-line AMVA LED Monitor Review

Continuing our voyage through the range of Philips' newly-released monitors, it's the 27" 273E3QH's turn to be scrutinized at our KitGuru labs. Can its AMVA panel and ultra-high contrast ratio guide it to the worthy heights of a successful evaluation? With 27 inches of screen real estate and a promising specifications sheet, is the 273E3QH able to deliver the performance that is required to survive in this sink-or-swim market? Does the 'E' in E-line stand for Excellence or Exaggerated? Read on to find out.

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Lenovo ThinkPad Edge S430 Review

If you are in the market for a new laptop, then there are certainly no shortage of options available today. We tend to focus on gaming machines at Kitguru, however today’s review product will appeal to a business user who values performance, portability and build quality. The Lenovo ThinkPad Edge …

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Antec Three Hundred Two Gaming Chassis Review

Antec are a company who are continually adapting and improving their product range. Today we are looking at the Three Hundred Two, an update to the popular Three Hundred released way back in 2008. The original case sold well at around the £40 mark, although in today’s market it is …

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Synology RackStation RS3412RPxs Review

Synology have a wide range of NAS server systems available this year, targeting all ends of the market. Today we look at the RS3412RPxs, a high end NAS system designed for medium and large businesses. The RS3412RPxs can scale up to 136TB to satisfy the demands of an intensive corporate …

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Fractal Design Define R4 Case Review

Today we are going to look at the Fractal Design Define R4 case which is essentially an updated version of the Define R3 which has been on the market for a few years. It comes in at a price of around £100 inc. VAT which means it’s competing with many other cases as the market is crowded at this price point.

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Sparkle GTX650 OC Dragon Series Review

Sparkle. Not a name that may immediately spring to mind when discussing a new video card release, however there was a time when they had some market presence in Europe. The company are refocusing their strategy and relaunching their brand name with a series of exciting, upcoming video cards. Today …

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Asus RoG Vulcan Pro Gaming Headset Review

Today we are going to look at Asus' latest gaming headset in the Republic of Gamers line, the Vulcan Pro. It's very similar in design to the Vulcan ANC but with two differences. It boasts a slightly different microphone which is longer and easier to adjust and is supplied with an external USB sound card which features virtual surround sound and a built in headphone amplifier.

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