It's been quite some time since we last take a look at a wireless headphone from Edifier. Remember the W800BT? Introducing the Edifier W830BT. It's all grown up, and it's looking more matured and glamorous than before. But ultimately, how does it sound?
There comes a time where NVMe SSDs are simple add-on cards that plug into the PCIe slot. Then thermals come into play, and that means heatsinks are needed. As it time goes by, the heatsink designs evolve to look good too. Then, the uprising of flashy RGB systems last year happened. The Plextor M9PeY is the culmination of those things, and it's the pinnacle of Plextor's SSDs.
Neffos just released another entry-level smartphone by the model name of C7. Neffos is no stranger to entry-level smartphones as they've recently announced a repricing of their existing lineup of smartphones to be below RM900. Now, they're back with the Neffos C7 - a RM599 smartphone.
About a month ago, we got the exclusive first look at the upcoming flagship smartphone from Neffos - the N1. There, we laid our hands on the Neffos N1 and has been using it ever since. What do we think about it? Find out in our full in-depth review of the Neffos N1 here.
Aftermarket earphones - those which are not included with phones - have been making a smooth transition to become wireless. We've seen wireless headphones like the W800BT released to the market much faster due to its size. Earphones are tinier, hence making them wireless would be difficult. That's why we're only seeing more of them recently - and the Edifier W293BT is one of the earphones in that surge of earphones.
Honestly, I know that the title of this review looks like a bunch of gibberish. Seriously, who would have named their products a bunch of codenames like this? That's the world of PC components - and the Transcend TS-CM80S and TS-CM42S is a bridge between PC components and external storage devices that can be categorized as accessories. So what is the Transcend TS-CM80S and TS-CM42S, really?
ASUS has been releasing their smartphones under the ZenFone brand name for quite some time now. We've all came to know ASUS through their phones in the past through their smartphones in the market. On August of 2017, ASUS announced the ZenFone 4 in Taipei, Taiwan. During that event, ASUS told us that their flagship will be the Selfie Pro that we reviewed here. I personally think that's an illegitimate heir - but will the ZenFone 4 be the real heir?
GAMDIAS has been a company that went under the radar for many people. They've always been a peripherals company, but recently they did announce their fancy gaming chair and also a bunch of PC components. Looking at the entire catalog of GAMDIAS products, we can see one common trait in all of them - RGB lighting first, everything else comes after that. The GAMDIAS Hermes P1 RGB mechanical keyboard isn't any different either. It's sprinkled with LEDs all over it!
GAMDIAS. They've been around in the industry for quite a long time, but GAMDIAS isn't particularly pushy when it comes to promotions. We just reviewed their GAMDIAS Hermes P1 RGB mechanical keyboard here, and now we're taking a look at the GAMDIAS Zeus P1 RGB gaming mouse. It's a fancy one, to be honest.