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16th December 2021 by Mark Byrne
Len's Island launched to massive praise from the game's followers. Flow Studio have delivered on their promises in this awesome open-world adventure.
10th December 2021 by Milyana Spence
Aesthetic and functionality aren't always found together, but Cooler Master's CK351 optical gaming keyboard manages both beautifully.
15th November 2021 by Mark Byrne
There are two important things about the new i5 12600K. Benchmarks are missing the point. If you are building a gaming PC here's what you need to know.
15th September 2021 by Mark Byrne
They don't come much bigger than Corsair's 7000D and iCUE 7000X RGB E-ATX cases. We ask if the 7000 Series is both big and clever, or too big to fail?
10th September 2021 by Milyana Spence
As the processing power of mobile phones becomes better and more robust, so do the type of games that can be played on them. We take a look at the Backbone One controller adapter for iPhone and our favourite games to play.
20th April 2017 by Kirsten van Terheyden
SteelSeries Rival 700 is an elegant mouse packed full of features and plenty of customisation options.
17th February 2017 by Dan Le Vannais
A look at building in the Master Maker 5 case from Cooler Master
1st December 2016 by Nicholas Spence
In his first review for CCL Tech, Nick brings us his thoughts on Titanfall 2's single player campaign
15th November 2016 by Dan Le Vannais
After a lengthy absence, does the latest entry in the well loved Gears of War series live up to it's past pedigree?
3rd November 2016 by Mark Relton
Mark has a look at the latest headset from HyperX
18th October 2016 by Dan Le Vannais
Insert obligatory 'I didn't ask for this' reference here.
25th July 2016 by Dan Le Vannais
Does the newest iteration of the DOOM franchise live up to the legacy of its predecessors?
20th April 2016 by Dan Le Vannais
An in depth look at the Aivia Osmium mechanical keyboard from Gigabyte
19th April 2016 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan revisits another Lucasarts classic
12th April 2016 by Mark Relton
Mark takes a look at the Samsung Smart Cam HD home security camera with a hands-on review.
24th February 2016 by James Lee
James takes a look at this years special edition Kingston USB drive
22nd February 2016 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan takes on Lara Croft's latest adventure
12th January 2016 by Dan Le Vannais
Fast Racing NEO arrives on the WiiU to revive a long dormant genre
27th December 2015 by Dan Le Vannais
A look back at a classic Star Wars game
21st December 2015 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan takes on Platinum Games' latest fast paced game.
30th November 2015 by Dan Le Vannais
Kept you waiting, huh?
30th October 2015 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan takes a look into making his own levels with Super Mario Maker
12th October 2015 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan spends some time with the Road Warrior in the latest Mad Max game
30th September 2015 by Matt Rees
Matt takes a look at some HyperX USB3.0 Memory Sticks
17th September 2015 by Richard Lumb
Computer Shopper magazine takes a look at our Nebula 200i PC as part of their Windows 10 PC Group Test.
8th September 2015 by Richard Lumb
We take a look at a new TP-LINK audio product the HA100 Bluetooth Music Reciever and see how it works
2nd September 2015 by Richard Lumb
Computer Active Magazine takes a look at our Nebula 200i PC
31st August 2015 by Dan Le Vannais
A look back at one of Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima's less well known games
24th August 2015 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan ventures into the weird and wonderful world of Termina
29th July 2015 by Richard Lumb
CCL will be at the Microsoft Windows 10 Launch event in London, bringing you all the event details as they happen via our live blog.
23rd July 2015 by Richard Lumb
Buy select GeForce GTX GPUs or notebooks, get Metal Gear Solid: The Phantom Pain FREE
22nd July 2015 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan takes a look at the latest Sonic mobile game
20th July 2015 by Richard Lumb
Win 1 of 3 TP-LINK TL-PB10400 USB Powerbanks with a extra large 10400mAh capacity and built-in LED flashlight.
17th July 2015 by Richard Lumb
Special Offer on HyperX Savage, 240GB SSDs and 8GB, 16GB 2400MHz DDR3 Memory Kits
14th July 2015 by Dan Le Vannais
Does the Dark Knight rise or fall in the latest Batman game?
13th July 2015 by Matt Rees
Matt takes a looks at the 3 most popular Kingston USB sticks and finds out which is best.
2nd July 2015 by Dan Le Vannais
Does Nintendo's first foray into online shooters hit or miss?
9th June 2015 by Dan Le Vannais
The first of AMD's Godavari APU refresh processors is now available, how does it fare?
4th June 2015 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan embarks on a new but rather familiar feeling adventure
19th May 2015 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan plays a modern reimagining of a cherished classic
6th May 2015 by Richard Lumb
Get The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Batman: Arkham Knight FREE with Qualifying Geforce GTX Cards.
5th May 2015 by Dan Le Vannais
Mortal Kombat is back for another round of fighting, can it live up to the hype?
16th April 2015 by Matt Rees
Matt takes an introductory look at the Archer C9 Router from TP-LINK offering speeds via Wireless AC up to 1900Mbps
1st April 2015 by Dan Le Vannais
Old school style racing fun.
26th March 2015 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan returns to Miami for the eagerly awaited sequel to indie favourite Hotline Miami
23rd March 2015 by Richard Lumb
We take a look at the Radeon R7 SSD is it worth upgrading from SATA II to SATA III?
11th March 2015 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan's back with the latest installment in the Far Cry franchise.
5th March 2015 by Richard Lumb
Following on with Kingston's tradition of Chinese New Year themed pen drives we take a look at this year's offering.
27th February 2015 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan looks back at a Lucasarts classic from the 90's
25th February 2015 by Matt Rees
Matt takes a look at the new version of the HyperX Cloud - The 7.1 equipped Cloud II Headset.
3rd February 2015 by Richard Lumb
Today CM Storm announced the Swift-RX mouse pad series, the new replacement of their successful Speed-RX Series.
19th November 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
The first extra content for Mario Kart 8 is now available, is it worth your time and money?
17th November 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
In space, no one can hear Dan scream..
13th November 2014 by Dave Hall
Dave tries out one of Arctic's new monitor mounts
15th August 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
A classic adventure revisited.
8th August 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
Old school ninja action
1st August 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
A look back at the origins of the Mario franchise
30th July 2014 by Richard Lumb
MSI's latest AMD ITX Graphics Card gets put under the spotlight.
30th July 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
Is Nintendo's latest Mario Kart game also the greatest?
24th July 2014 by Dave Hall
Dave gives one of Kingston's latest SSDs a test.
11th July 2014 by Richard Lumb
Rich takes a look at Cooler Master's latest mini-ITX case, the Elite 110
10th July 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
Does Rebellion's latest sniping game deliver?
7th July 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan goes on a hacking spree around the streets of Chicago
17th June 2014 by Dave Hall
Your PC isn't the only thing that needs to be cool this summer.
30th May 2014 by Dave Hall
Looking for an upgrade that won't break the bank?
15th May 2014 by Dave Hall
Summers almost here, so time to be cool!
12th May 2014 by Dave Hall
Not a simulator for goats..
9th May 2014 by Dave Hall
Dave's back with the last of his roundup of Attitue One products, this time with the two versions of the Tunguska headset.
2nd May 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
Back to the chopper once more for the final 16-bit Strike game
1st May 2014 by Dave Hall
In need of a security camera for your home? Maybe D-link can help.
29th April 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan replays a classic Mario game from the original Game Boy
28th April 2014 by Dave Hall
Dave tries out another product from Attitude One
18th April 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
A return to the very yellow world of Deus Ex
17th April 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan has more helicopter fun with Jungle Strike, the sequel to Desert Strike
16th April 2014 by Dave Hall
The first in a series by Dave of potential products, highlighting some brands that we may carry in future.
15th April 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
One of Capcom's less well known series gets a modern revival.
14th April 2014 by Dave Hall
Quack Quack with a bit of Moo Moo?
9th April 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
Another batch of changes to Windows 8 are released.
28th March 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan takes a look at the latest game in the popular Metal Gear Solid series, it may be short but is it worth a look at for fans?
27th March 2014 by Kyle G2
Is this latest drive from OCZ worth looking at? We certainly think so, find out more within!
26th March 2014 by Dave Hall
Dave takes a look at one of Kingston's newest and smallest USB drives.
21st March 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan takes on the latest adventure in the Legend of Zelda series.
20th March 2014 by Dave Hall
Gotta catch all the Fakemon
19th March 2014 by Dave Hall
I have to say, it's pretty metal!
12th March 2014 by Dave Hall
Everybody's worst game is on the comeback.
21st February 2014 by Dave Hall
A Break from hardware reviews, Dave gives his thoughts on a replacement for his old Alienware backpack.
20th February 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan takes a look at the latest game in the Sonic series
19th February 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
A bit overdue you might say, but better late than never
18th February 2014 by Dave Hall
We pit NVIDIA's new card agains the old stalwarts.
17th February 2014 by Mark Relton
Mark takes a look at the latest lego game.
14th February 2014 by Dave Hall
Unlicensed games, they can't all be bad can they?
3rd February 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
Dans last superhero review for a while takes you to Blackgate prison.
22nd January 2014 by Dave Hall
Where there's a Jam, there's a party!
20th January 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
Two reviews rolled into one great tome...
14th January 2014 by Dave Hall
Gameplay including the Grenade Launcher and Uzi has been shown
13th January 2014 by Mark Relton
Mark is back with another review.
8th January 2014 by Dave Hall
Is this the ultimate gaming keyboard ?
25th December 2013 by Dan Le Vannais
It's Christmas, so why not sit back and relax while reading Dan's latest review
24th December 2013 by Dave Hall
Dave only wants one thing this year
24th December 2013 by Dan Le Vannais
Get to the Chopper!!
A retro-ish review of HD re-release of Soulcalibur II
23rd December 2013 by Dave Hall
You may not have heard about GAMDIAS
18th December 2013 by Dave Hall
It's Storm time again.
9th December 2013 by Dave Hall
Another stylish case from In Win but is there more substance?
21st November 2013 by Dave Hall
A case from In Win given a test drive....
19th November 2013 by Dan Le Vannais
It's been a while since the update came out so lets see what Dan thinks
11th November 2013 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan becomes the Dark Knight.....The French Dark Knight
6th November 2013 by Dave Hall
Quack Quack ?!
30th October 2013 by Dave Hall
A Bloody Gaming Mouse Review, just in time for Halloween!
22nd October 2013 by Dan Le Vannais
Collect Shiny Things Simulator 2013
16th October 2013 by Dave Hall
Dave takes a look at a new product from Akasa
9th October 2013 by Dan Le Vannais
A look at the MK-1 Ballista from Shogun Bros.
3rd October 2013 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan takes a look at the newly reimagined Flashback.
25th September 2013 by Dave Hall
We let loose the Reaper Mouse to see how it does in our tests
24th September 2013 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan takes on the role of Sergeant Rex Power Colt MkIV Cyber Commando, a real man.
23rd September 2013 by Dan Le Vannais
It has been 20 years since this game arrived on the scene, Dan takes us through it once again
21st September 2013 by Kyle G2
Tom takes a look at the latest and maybe even the best value Toshiba all in one to hit CCL's Shelf
16th September 2013 by Dave Hall
Do the Pitch stand up to CM Storms quality standards? find out inside
6th September 2013 by Dave Hall
What can this little box of tricks do for you?
3rd September 2013 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan intros a new series of classic game reviews
30th August 2013 by Dan Le Vannais
Sam Fisher is back, Dan takes us through his latest mission
30th August 2013 by Dave Hall
A brief look into Near Field Communication
27th August 2013 by Dave Hall
Taking a look at two interesting mice from the east
20th August 2013 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan takes us through the shady world of Sleeping Dogs
13th August 2013 by Dave Hall
Probably the best beer delivery service in the world
12th August 2013 by Matt Rees
This game has spies and hacking what could be better.
9th August 2013 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan takes us through the forests on an Island near the Malay Archipelago
7th August 2013 by Dave Hall
Another month, another sample. This time a new gaming keyboard from Dragon War hit my desk
6th August 2013 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan gives us his experience of Hotline Miami
5th August 2013 by Dave Hall
Best of the upper midrange cards ? We put this card to the test
30th July 2013 by Dave Hall
We put this card to the test
29th July 2013 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan steps up and takes us through the latest iteration of the long running Tomb Raider series.
Dan has a little blog about one of the biggest questions in pc gaming.
18th July 2013 by Dave Hall
We look at the secrets of this little case and see whats what
10th July 2013 by Martin Castaldo
In this review I will be looking at two 850w power supplies, one from the well-known company Be Quiet! and the other being the less well-known Power Cool. I will be comparing features to see how stable they are powering 2 x 680s in SLi and also just how quiet they are when under a heavy load.
3rd July 2013 by Dave Hall
Lets get ready to Roku!
2nd July 2013 by Dave Hall
It's Cheap it's Cheerful and It's Blue, well at least on the sides
1st July 2013 by Mark Relton
Mark takes the Roccat Lua gaming mouse for a spin
28th June 2013 by Martin Castaldo
Martin takes a look at the Tesoro Shrike, testing it's size, weight and longevity when it comes to some mad gaming sessions.
27th June 2013 by Dave Hall
In the first of the series we look at one of the products we received as a sample
26th June 2013 by Dave Hall
We're reviewing another headset oh my !
24th June 2013 by Mark Relton
SPOILERS - Mark Reviews the latest outing from Naughty Dog
24th June 2013 by Dave Hall
A simple and smart all in one mini keyboard
CCL puts the Coolermaster Test Bench V1.0 to the test: let's see if it wins the war and tames the cables!
21st June 2013 by Dave Hall
This is not the greatest review in the world..this is just a Tribute
17th June 2013 by Mark Relton
Review of the Saints Row 3 (Formats: X360, PC, PS3) GameNOTE: This is an 18 rated game. Read no further unless you are of age!
11th June 2013 by Mark Relton
Check out Mark's review of Bioshock: Infinite - one of the biggest games to grace the PC in recent times and available as a bundle with many of our graphics cards!
31st May 2013 by Peter Thomson
We take a spin in the latest city builder from EA
17th May 2013 by Mathew Wade
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
15th May 2013 by Stephen Simmons
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.
9th May 2013 by Stephen Simmons
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.
11th April 2013 by Stephen Simmons
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 we'll be looking at this great little monitor from AOC, 18.5" LED backlit VGA monitor ideal for office and home use
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 I'll be looking at the wireless desktop keyboard and mouse bundle from Cherry, in stock now at a fantastic price.
8th April 2013 by Mathew Wade
In this article I'm going to be looking at the latest design features in the newest version of Microsoft's Office application suite.
8th March 2013 by Martin Castaldo
The Centria won awards at CeBIT and we were keen to see exactly what it has to offer.
4th February 2013 by Michael Leslie
With more and more households getting more complex networks, can this new Netgear N750 cut the mustard for modern homes?
25th January 2013 by Peter Thomson
Portable, stylish and cool, but are they any good?
24th January 2013 by Peter Thomson
A simple monitor solution with a subtle price tag.
21st January 2013 by Oliver Broadbent
If you suffer WiFi deadzones, this is the affordable device you've always needed.
15th January 2013 by Oliver Broadbent
With ever more powerful tablets available, is there still a market for lower priced laptops running Windows 8?
14th January 2013 by Mathew Wade
The duck that goes; click clack, not quack quack. Mat takes the Shine 1 for a spin and give us the skinny on the switches.
9th January 2013 by Martin Castaldo
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.
8th January 2013 by Martin Robson
A touch screen netbook that really unlocks the features of Windows 8 without the input limitations of a tablet.
3rd January 2013 by Oliver Broadbent
I get hands on with the sucessor to the CM Storm Sentinel Z3R0-G and the Sentinel Advance for another gaming mouse review.
27th December 2012 by Stephen Simmons
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.
21st December 2012 by Peter Thomson
Does sitting in the Animus still entertain?
19th December 2012 by Oliver Broadbent
The affordable feature packed monitor for the experts at BenQ.
14th December 2012 by Peter Thomson
Capture, stream and share your gaming experiences.
13th December 2012 by Mathew Wade
Software, Games and even Consoles.
11th December 2012 by Oliver Broadbent
The most comfortable mouse I've ever put my paws on - but is it worth the cash?
8th December 2012 by Martin Castaldo
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.
7th December 2012 by Oliver Broadbent
The 5.1 headphones that pack a punch without hitting the wallet.
5th December 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Martin requests to taxi his desk and take off with this immersive flight control system from Saitek.
27th November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Martin gets technical with network attached storage as he takes a look at this one disk wonder from Synology.
26th November 2012 by Mathew Wade
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.
16th November 2012 by Peter Thomson
A 27" gaming monitor you say? Set graphics to stun!
14th November 2012 by Peter Thomson
Diving into the first Halo title from 343i.
13th November 2012 by Peter Thomson
Peter fearlessly faces the stylish dragon keyboard.
12th November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Martin takes a look at one of our best selling overclocked bundles the Zeus II.
6th November 2012 by Peter Thomson
Has NCsoft brought new life to the MMORPG genre?
1st November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Asus prove that size really isn't everything with this powerhouse of a Z77 Mini-ITX board.
30th October 2012 by Peter Thomson
Does this Zotac system have what it takes to win a place under your TV?
5th October 2012 by Peter Thomson
Can this ambitious RPG really compete with the other big RPG's of this generation?
27th September 2012 by Michael Leslie
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.
24th September 2012 by Peter Thomson
Does this Xbox headset live up to the Sennheiser name?
19th September 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Martin takes a look at the indie Kickstarter game that started it all...
18th September 2012 by Peter Thomson
Built with RTS gamers in mind, does this monitor live up to its own hype?
17th September 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Martin takes a look at the high end ADSL+ Router from Asus and gives us his input on its throughput
14th September 2012 by Martin Robson
Martin takes a closer look at the new Android based Google Nexus 7
11th September 2012 by Peter Thomson
Add Sound Blaster wireless music streaming to you PC with ease
5th September 2012 by Peter Thomson
In this review Peter takes a look at our mid range speaker system the MicroLab FC360
4th September 2012 by Peter Thomson
Putting the pedal to the metal in Codemasters latest racer
3rd September 2012 by Peter Thomson
Max takes another bullet for the team, but is this new adventure all entertainment or just another payne?
31st August 2012 by Martin Robson
Martin takes a look at NVIDIA's latest GPU and puts it through it's paces for this benchmark and review.
17th August 2012 by Martin Robson
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
15th August 2012 by Martin Robson
Martin wasn't happy testing just one GTX680, he wanted a second to really push the performance
19th July 2012 by Martin Robson
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
17th July 2012 by Connell Parr
In this article Connell takes a look at the SRW-S1 USB racing / simulation wheel from SteelSeries
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