Turtle Beach's Atlas One sounds pretty good for an entry-level headset, but you'll find it difficult to appreciate when it's this uncomfortable.
Sony has announced Australian availability for the new, lightweight α6400 mirrorless interchangable lens camera.
Ashen distills the Dark Souls experience into a game that you could recommend to just about anyone.
Cooler Master's CK552 has to make a few compromises to hit its entry-level price tag, but aside from the missing wrist rest it's a fantastic budget keyboard.
The Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 Founders Edition delivers superb 1440p and 1080p gaming as well as real-time ray tracing in an affordable package.
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Business-ready features and an uncluttered interface make the PDFelement Pro 6 PDF editor a joy to use.
Logitech's G613 could benefit from backlighting, especially for living room usage, but long battery life and multiple pairing options make it a solid mechanical keyboard for cable-haters.
Microsoft's Surface Laptop 2 remains virtually unchanged, but its streamlined design and excellent battery life are being encroached upon by a host of competing notebooks.
The latest version of Norton Security iterates on what came before it without changing much or introducing anything particularly new.
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Razer's 2018 Kraken refresh combines a standard 3.5mm headset with a USB control box, giving it THX capabilities and nifty on-the-fly bass EQ. And hey, the earcups are cold now.
More than just a laptop with leather accents, the Spectre Folio is a 2-in-1 that’s partially made of leather and it makes the most of that unique material design to stand out amongst the crowd.
At times, the Razer Nari Ultimate sometimes feels less like a great haptic gaming headset and more of a great gaming headset with haptics thrown in for good measure.
GRIS is a game that’s small in scope - and that quality works both for and against it.
HighPoint's RocketStor 6661A Thunderbolt 3 PCIe/NVMe enclosure is a relatively affordable way to add super-fast storage to your system or laptop. Assuming, of course, you have a T3 port.
There are countless trends competing for attention in the gaming notebook and laptop space but not all of them are either useful or benefit the core gaming experience. A modern gaming laptop can be expensive so the last thing gamers want in a PC is gimmicks. What they do want is real-world value and extra-utility.
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