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Intel rebrands their Broadwell Y line as Core M

Intel rebrands their Broadwell Y line as Core M

During Intel’s Computex 2014 keynote, the company announced a ‘new’ line of CPUs designed for low-power tablets and similar mobile devices. The new line, called Core M, isn’t unfamiliar to those keeping up with Intel’s roadmap: it essentially refers to…
Neowin: Synology DS414 NAS review

Neowin: Synology DS414 NAS review

I'm a big advocate of backing up your files, whether it's to a device in your home, the cloud, or both. Most people usually don't think about backup copies until they have a disaster of some sort, and at that…

Plextor M6 SSD Series: SATA, mSATA, M.2 Form Factors Reviewed

Conventional hard drives are far from tapping SATA 3.0's 600MB/s bandwidth, yet those speeds have already grown inadequate for the quickest flash drives. With the arrival of SATA 3.2 Plextor is launching the new M6 range comprising a regular 2.5" SATA drive, and mSATA drive and a PCI Express/M.2 version. Today we're putting all three to the test.

Plextor M6 SSD Series Review

Logitech G502 Proteus Core Review: 4K-friendly 12,000 DPI Gaming Mouse

Being the first mouse to tout a staggering 12,000 DPI makes the Logitech G502 particularly interesting for early adopters already on 4K displays. But its advanced sensor is complemented by a host of other features that also make for the ultimate gaming companion. This mouse is super flexible, working flawlessly on a variety of surfaces, it has chevron-shaped 3.6g weights, eleven programmable buttons, in-game DPI shifting and dual mouse wheel modes.

Logitech G502 Proteus Core Gaming Mouse

Das Keyboard 4 Review: Sturdier And Sleeker Than Ever

Metadot is arguably responsible for pioneering the commercial mechanical keyboard market, much like OCZ did with solid state drives. We’ve seen a number of revisions and competitors hit the scene since the original Das Keyboard launched in 2005, but their latest offering promises to be an order of magnitude better than previous generations, bringing in new features while staying true to its roots in terms of aesthetics and its 104-key layout.

Das Keyboard 4 Professional Review

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