CPU coolers come in all shapes and sizes. There exists the iconic copper Zalman cooler and also the humongous Cooler Master V10. Today, we take a look at something more conventional-looking low-profile cooler. It's Noctua's NH-L12 - a low-profile C-type CPU cooler that is meant for HTPCs and small form factors.
I've always wanted to get myself a proper microphone. Previously, I bought a lavalier microphone but it didn't work the way I wanted it to. I ended up selling that and opted for a condenser microphone setup instead. This is what I got, and how I made everything work out.
We have the Armaggeddon Mikoyan FOXBAT-III Kevlar-13 Wireless Mouse here. First of all, I have no idea why Armaggeddon loves such long-named products. While that is indeed its complete name, it excludes the word "gaming" in it. Also, Armaggeddon released two versions of the FOXBAT-III mouse - one is the Ironsight-7, and the other one is the one I'm reviewing here, the Kevlar-13. Again, I have no idea why they opted for such lengthy and confusing naming schemes.
I'd like to introduce you to the WD Blue SSD. It has quite an interesting and inevitable fate. I think at this day and age, we all have heard about WD. They're the major leader in storage media, of course. To be honest, I've speculated that one day, WD will sell their own SSDs to the masses. With Western Digital's recent acquisition of SanDisk, that day has come.
About a year ago, I reviewed the predecessor first ever wireless external hard disk - the first ever WD My Passport Wireless. Now, WD returns with the brand new WD My Passport Wireless Pro - and in my opinion, it's inching closer to a photographer's wet dream.
Cooler Master has entered the game earbuds with a sense of modularity with their brand new MasterPulse earphones, or in-ear headphones. They're actually pretty unique, as this is the first time I've ever seen a pair of tiny earphones with a continuous dial that passively changes the low frequency response. Also, no external power required!
Transcend is well-known for their extremely rugged external hard disks. Personally speaking, I was really impressed by Transcend's first ever military-grade shock resistant external hard disk. Now, the sequel to that series of hard disk is on the table - and that's the StoreJet 25H3. Particularly, the TS3TSJ25H3P, the 3TB variant.