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Roccat Horde Aimo review: This ‘membranical’ gaming keyboard explores new territory

We’ve seen two attempts at a hybrid mechanical/membrane keyboard so far: Logitech’s G213 Prodigy with its “mech-dome” switch and Razer’s Ornata with its “mecha-membrane.” And I would’ve been happy if that were it, forever. Neither was that great, and it’s hard to convince me to buy an “upscale” membrane keyboard when true mechanical keyboards are so cheap these days. (Shoot, our favorite budget mechanical keyboard, Razer’s Blackwidow X Tournament Edition, is just $70.) But apparently this is an idea companies will…

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Lenovo ThinkCentre M910z AIO review: Unassuming design, strong performance for the price Review

Lenovo keeps things simple with its ThinkCentre M910z all-in-one desktop system. Rather than following rivals such as Apple’s iMac Pro or the Dell Precision 5720 into high-end graphics and design work, the M910z simply aims to provide a good all-round office PC at a competitive price. It makes absolutely no attempt to compete with the elegant, slimline design of its rivals, either. This is a distinctly old-school business PC, with a chunky black border running around the edges of the…

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OnePlus 6 review | TechRadar

The OnePlus 6 is the most polished, premium smartphone the firm has made in its short existence. It boasts an all-glass design, bringing it in line with big-name flagships such as the Samsung Galaxy S9 and iPhone X, a large 6.28-inch display complete with the on-trend notch, dual rear-facing cameras, both fingerprint and face unlock, and up to 256GB of storage. There are several core improvements over the OnePlus 5T (and OnePlus 5) that it replaces, and while it may…

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TCL 6-Series Roku TV (R615, R617) review

There’s no doubt in our minds – the TCL P6-Series was hands down the best budget TV of last year in the sub-$1,000 price range. It made our Best TVs of 2017 list, as well as our Best 4K TVs of 2017 list, alongside OLEDs from Sony and LG, and QLED TVs from Samsung – all of which cost two, three, four or even five times as much as TCL’s budget-friendly series. If there was a downside to last year’s…

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Polk Command Bar hands on review

Polk is one of the best selling audio brands in the United States, but outside the US it’s little known. That could all change thanks to the Polk Command Bar, an interesting and smartly-designed soundbar / smart speaker hybrid that essentially crams an Echo Dot into a speaker for your TV. In an area that can be hard to stand out in, Alexa voice integration can be just the sort of feature to help you separate your soundbar from the…

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Beyerdynamic Custom Game review | TechRadar

With strong budget-friendly gaming headsets popping up en masse of late, a pricier stereo headset had better be at the top of its game if it’s asking for significant cash. Luckily, the Beyerdynamic Custom Game headset is up to the task. The over-ear headset sticks to the design tenets of other Beyerdynamic options from the last few years, such as the nearly-identical Custom One Pro Plus headphones, and similarly keeps the focus on a durable build, serious comfort, and crisp…

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State of Decay 2 review: A surprisingly addictive fight to survive zombies (and bugs)

There’s an old saying, that war is months of boredom punctuated by moments of extreme terror. Turns out the apocalypse is remarkably similar. When the world ends, provided you make it through the initial die-off, the reasons you might perish afterwards are embarrassingly mundane. A poorly maintained weapon, for instance. Rattling some screws too loudly while searching for toilet paper. Or maybe just falling off a billboard because you’re too dumb to climb down the ladder. In State of Decay…

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Even H2 Wireless Headphones review

The headphone market is one of the most crowded in tech. Just about everyone has wireless headphones nowadays so companies are increasingly trying to stand out by supporting additional features like active noise cancelling, aptX HD support, and “smart” listening experiences via mobile apps.  While the Even H2 doesn’t support any of the above features, what makes it stand out is its unique EarPrint technology. What EarPrint does is it provides listeners with a short listening test to see exactly…

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Tripp Lite TLP1008TEL review: Good protection for 10 outlets at a bargain price

The Tripp Lite TLP1008TEL is the best and least-expensive 10-outlet option for a surge protector that cuts off power when its internal protection has failed across any of the electrical paths that provide power. If you want to ensure that no surges reach any of your equipment and that you have a relatively maximum (or “clamping”) voltage that can pass, this model meets all the specifications. Some surge protectors, especially inexpensive ones, will continue to pass power, but have a…

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Best surge protector: Reviews and buying advice

You only know for sure that you needed a surge protector after your equipment fries. Then it’s too late. For a very reasonable amount of money, you could put an almost literal firewall between your expensive (and cheap) electronics and the juice coming in from a wall socket. A surge protector throws itself into the line of fire, sacrificing its components again and again so that your devices stay functional. These reviews are of surge protectors designed for a home…

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OnePlus 6 hands on review

The OnePlus 6 feels like the most polished, premium smartphone the firm has made in its short existence. It boasts an all-glass design, bringing it in line with big-name flagships such as the Samsung Galaxy S9 and iPhone X, a large 6.28-inch display complete with the on-trend notch, dual rear-facing cameras, both fingerprint and face unlock, and up to 256GB of storage. There are several core improvements over the OnePlus 5T (and OnePlus 5) that it replaces, and while it…

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Suunto 3 Fitness review | TechRadar

If we had to sum up the Suunto 3 Fitness in one line we’d say it’s a fitness watch for beginners. If you’re already completing Ironman events, on to your fourth marathon or like to create your own training plans, then this probably isn’t the watch for you. If, on the other hand, you’re just starting out and striving for fitness, this has a lot to offer. With optical heart rate-powered training plans and a sleek wear-it-everyday design, the 3…

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MultCloud review: Syncing multiple online storage services for free

If you have data scattered across multiple online storage services such as Google Drive, One Drive, etc., then you know that it can difficult to keep track of it all, let alone keep them in sync. Enter MultCloud by Aomei, a Web-based app/portal that lets you transfer and sync data between online services. Even better, it’s free for up to 2GB of data a month. That’s easily enough for the average user. There is a paid version ($8 monthly, $20…

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Mekamon AR fighting robot review

The Mekamon fighting robot is a fighting-bot for the 21st century. Gone is the need for fighting robots to actually hit each other – now they can attack each other in augmented reality. It also means you can play with a single fighting robot, fighting off a hoard of digital assailants. The robot itself is brilliantly designed, and the app you use to control the Mekamon is clearly well thought-out, with comic book-style sections that explain the (slightly Independence Day…

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X-Fi Sonic Carrier review: Home theater of the absurd

Creative has built the best soundbar ever made. It’s probably better than what any other soundbar manufacturer has dared contemplate. It’s an audio system that’s so over the top that calling it a mere soundbar is an injustice. But I’ve yet to hear any soundbar at any price—and this one costs nearly six grand—that delivers the theater audio experience as effectively as a component system, and the X-Fi Sonic Carrier is no exception.  My play on words in the title…

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E&L S60 review | TechRadar

E&L is a newcomer to our site, a more obscure Chinese manufacturer (known elsewhere as Elongmobile) that specializes in rugged smartphones. Launched late in 2017, the S60 is the first of its products to reach our labs, and this IP68 rated mobile holds plenty of promise, but can it truly deliver? Where to buy? Online Chinese retailer, Gearbest, sent us the sample and sells the E&L S60 for just over £160 (around $215) at the time of writing. Note that,…

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