Ah, SSDs. I think everyone knows what it is now, and experienced the benefits of having them in your system. Seriously SSDs are already a fantastic upgrade - but since when is that enough? Introducing the new Plextor M8Se NVMe series of SSDs.
To start off, I'm very sure that most people don't know what the magic NAD is to begin with. NAD is a company that has over 40 years of experience in creating magical HiFi systems for your ears, and PSB is their sister company, so expect some shared technology between these two. Now, they are using those knowledge that they gave gathered into creating their first ever pair of earphones, the VISO HP20.
The brand new Razer Blade Pro has some top of the line specs for a laptop. It's just insane. It packs in the greatest specs and peripherals for a desktop, and cramp into a 17.3-inch laptop.
At this point of time, I'm pretty sure most of you have already seen the ZenFone 2 (which we also reviewed here) - and we're not done with it.. When we opened the package, we saw one special thing that was included - the earphones. That pair of earphones is the closest to the unreleased ZenEar, which currently can only be acquired through bundling of the ZE551ML version with 4GB RAM and 32GB or 64GB of storage.
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.
We've had something in our labs quite a while ago - and that item is called the Gaming Freak 1ON1. This is a single-handed keyboard but it's obviously not meant for typing. This "keyboard" is...
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?