In this review I'll be taking a look at the bigger brother to the WN1000RP and giving you a run through of its features
The HAF XB fills a void, a void created by the need for a system that is easy to access and change but also is suitable to be transported safely.
In this article I'll be showing you the fantastically priced Versus Sound-Deck, a TV / Monitor sound bar which doubles as a stand. It's a great piece of kit for the price and really sounds the part.
In this article I'll be looking at the wireless desktop keyboard and mouse bundle from Cherry, in stock now at a fantastic price.
In this article we'll be looking at this fantastic case for many uses and applications, from high end gaming systems to workstations.
In this article we'll be looking at this great little monitor from AOC, 18.5" LED backlit VGA monitor ideal for office and home use
Today I'll be taking a look at our hugely popular 24" monitor from Samsung, they're selling like hot cakes and given its sleek lines and attractive price, you'll see why
In this article I'm going to be looking at the latest design features in the newest version of Microsoft's Office application suite.
The Centria won awards at CeBIT and we were keen to see exactly what it has to offer.
With more and more households getting more complex networks, can this new Netgear N750 cut the mustard for modern homes?
Portable, stylish and cool, but are they any good?
A simple monitor solution with a subtle price tag.
If you suffer WiFi deadzones, this is the affordable device you've always needed.
With ever more powerful tablets available, is there still a market for lower priced laptops running Windows 8?
The duck that goes; click clack, not quack quack. Mat takes the Shining for a spin and give us the skinny on the switches.
With all in one watercooling solutions becoming more widespread I decided to give the H80 a run for its money and see just how cool it really is.
A touch screen netbook that really unlocks the features of Windows 8 without the input limitations of a tablet.
I get hands on with the sucessor to the CM Storm Sentinel Z3R0-G and the Sentinel Advance for another gaming mouse review.
Steve takes a look at 3 choice Gigabyte Z77 boards for a rundown on features and some insight into which one may suit your needs.
Does sitting in the Animus still entertain?
The affordable feature packed monitor for the experts at BenQ.
Capture, stream and share your gaming experiences.
Software, Games and even Consoles.
The most comfortable mouse I've ever put my paws on - but is it worth the cash?
As mechanical keyboards make a comeback CM Storm bring you the Trigger and Martin is here to smash the Cherry MX's and give us a review.
The 5.1 headphones that pack a punch without hitting the wallet.
Martin requests to taxi his desk and take off with this immersive flight control system from Saitek.
Martin gets technical with network attached storage as he takes a look at this one disk wonder from Synology.
Mathew hits the keyswitches, not only to type out this review but to put the QPAD through its paces and give us some tactile feedback.
A 27" gaming monitor you say? Set graphics to stun!
Diving into the first Halo title from 343i.
Peter fearlessly faces the stylish dragon keyboard.
Martin takes a look at one of our best selling overclocked bundles the Zeus II.
Has NCsoft brought new life to the MMORPG genre?
Asus prove that size really isn't everything with this powerhouse of a Z77 Mini-ITX board.
Does this Zotac system have what it takes to win a place under your TV?
Can this ambitious RPG really compete with the other big RPG's of this generation?
Michael takes a look at 3 of the largest gaming surfaces we have in stock and gives his mouse the run-around to find out which one is worth the cheddar.
Does this Xbox headset live up to the Sennheiser name?
Martin takes a look at the indie Kickstarter game that started it all...
Built with RTS gamers in mind, does this monitor live up to its own hype?
Martin takes a look at the high end ADSL+ Router from Asus and gives us his input on its throughput
Martin takes a closer look at the new Android based Google Nexus 7
Finally the spiritual successor to True Crime is here.
Add Sound Blaster wireless music streaming to you PC with ease
In this review Peter takes a look at our mid range speaker system the MicroLab FC360
Putting the pedal to the metal in Codemasters latest racer
Max takes another bullet for the team, but is this new adventure all entertainment or just another payne?
Martin takes a look at NVIDIA's latest GPU and puts it through it's paces for this benchmark and review.
Martin is dual graphics card mad this week putting two 6870's through their paces to see just how they compete against todays big hitters
Martin wasn't happy testing just one GTX680, he wanted a second to really push the performance
Martin takes the NVIDIA GTX680 to it's limits and pits it against some of the latest and most demanding games available today. Then overclocks it and does it again
In this article Connell takes a look at the SRW-S1 USB racing / simulation wheel from SteelSeries
In this review Michael takes a look at the latest installment of the Fatal1ty range with Sound Blaster's Recon3D Fatal1ty Professional.
Connell takes a look at the Samsung 830 series solid state drive and gives us close look at its performance
This week Martin takes a look at the mATX Z77 gaming board from Gigabyte
Upgrading your system with hot swap drive bays for quick access storage solutions.
In this article Connell takes a look at the Razer Lycosa and Razer Black Widow in comparison with his existing Microsoft Sidewinder X4
Today Connell takes a look at the Noiseblocker M12-S2 Chassis fans giving us his spin on the German fan manufacturer
Martin takes a look at the Fractal Design Arc PC Case and tells us his build experience when using the case.
In this article we have Connell take one heavy hitter from two generations of graphics card to battle them out and push up the Mhz to see which generation settles
Martin has managed to sink his teeth into the Asus Maximus IV Gene Z a small but powerful mATX motherboard based around the Intel Z68 Express chipset
Connell takes a look and shows us around the FSP AU-650M power supply, one heavy hitting PSU from one of the largest ODM Manufacturers.
Here Michael gives two headsets a head to head shoot out and shares his wisdom when it comes to purchasing a headset.
Connell takes a look at the AMD FX 8150 "Bulldozer" CPU and compares it to one of the early chips from the previous generation to see if the game has really moved on for AMD...
When it comes to gaming surfaces I consider myself a bit of a connoisseur, having had nigh on twenty different mats over the years personally and using at some point most of the popular mats for at least an evening it takes something special to get my attention.
Have you ever considered using a shuttle as a gaming system? You probably haven't, but can it be done? Lets find out shall we!
Coolermaster are expanding outside of the world of luxury cases with a range of gaming peripherals, here we take a look at their two most popular mice...
Before I go into any detail let me just say streaming music via Bluetooth is excellent. It's simple, convenient and with the Logitech Wireless Speaker Adapter for Bluetooth superbly reliable.
Michael takes a look at the BenQ XL2410T gaming monitor, which is quite possibly the best gaming monitor on the planet. Time to find out then!
Corsair are well known for their power supplies, memory, SSDs and more recently cases. They are expanding again, this time into the gaming peripherals section with a selection of mice, keyboards and headsets.
Connell looks at the two most popular storage hard drives from Samsung and Western Digital, while it may be easy to find or build the NAS/home server to suit you, hard drives can be less clear as to their advantages or pitfalls. He gets to the bottom of which drive offers the best performance and value for money...
Connell takes a look at the hugely popular Razer Vespula Gaming Surface. With its split personality does it win its way to Connell's heart?
Connell takes a second attempt to find out the merit of a gaming based network adapter over a standard integrated solution.
Following on from my previous article, titled SSDs - Preconceptions prior to testing, I have spent the past week with an SSD as the primary drive in my computer with the aim of seeing if it is a must have for every user.
Today I'm going to be taking a look at Duke Nukem Forever on the PC. If you've never played this type of game before it can be incredibly offensive, contain nudity and humour all mixed together to give a high octane adventure.
We attempt to find out the merit of a gaming based network adapter over a standard integrated solution.
Having seen Total War: Shogun 2 being bundled with many processors and graphics cards we had to ask the question, is it any good?