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The latest happenings in PC hardware and enthusiast computing.

Razer DeathAdder Elite Review

The Razer DeathAdder Elite preserves the same comfortable and ergonomic design that we know and love, with a few improvements inside and out, most importantly endurance. While it's billed as a gaming mouse, its simple, effective design makes it suitable for any type of user.

Leap Motion brings its hand tracking tech to mobile VR

Leap Motion has been working on its admittedly cool motion tracking technology for a few years now. But while the original hand tracker failed to rival the venerable computer mouse as the primary means of interacting with the two-dimensional computer…

The magic inside your devices

Sometimes, it’s what’s inside that counts more than what we can see on the outside. That’s certainly the case with people, and increasingly, I think, it’s going to be the case with tech devices. …

Samsung SSD 960 Evo 500GB Review: The king of the TLC hill

We liked what we saw when we tested Samsung's SSD 960 Pro a month ago, however we've been waiting for the mainstream bound 960 Evo which should bring similarly impressive throughput for less. Powered by Samsung's Polaris controller coupled with Samsung's 48-layer V-NAND (TLC), sequential read speeds are claimed to be in the order of 3.2GB/s plus 1.9GB/s writes which is impressive.

AMD has new Radeon Software drivers for Civilization VI

AMD has launched a new set of Radeon Software Crimson Edition drivers, version 16.11.4, that introduce updated optimizations for Civilization VI. As you might remember, driver version 16.10.2 first included Civilization VI support, but this new set of drivers is…

HP Z2 Mini boasts workstation-class specs in a tiny package

HP has unveiled a mini workstation aimed at architects, engineers, and other professionals that rely on graphics-intensive computer-aided design (CAD) software. The HP Z2 Mini measures a mere 2.3 inches tall and 8.5 inches wide, but packs workstation-class parts like…
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