G.SKILL RIPJAWS KM780

G.SKILL RIPJAWS KM780 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

G.SKILL RIPJAWS KM780 RGB Keyboard Memory manufacture G.SKILL has entered the keyboard market with a high-end RGB mechanical keyboard called the RIPJAWS KM780. There are some curious similarities to Corsair’s K70 and K95 keyboards most notably in the exposed metal backplate, use of Cherry switches, and that both companies are major players in the enthusiast …more

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ASUS-Maximus-VIII-Extreme

ASUS Maximus VIII Extreme Motherboard Review

ASUS Maximus VIII Extreme Motherboard Review ASUS is one of the top motherboard manufactures with product lines ranging from the very basic consumer to the high end enthusiast gamer.  Their Republic of Gamer’s line builds in the best features that ASUS has to offer.  Today, we will be taking a look at their flagship motherboard the …more

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ECS LIVA X2 Mini PC

ECS LIVA X2 Review – Fanless Mini-PC Powered By Intel Braswell

ECS LIVA X2 Fanless Compact PC Review When the ECS LIVA Windows Based Mini PC Kit came out in the summer of 2014 it was a pretty nifty little system that ran pretty good considering it only cost $135. Without breaking the bank you could purchase an ECS LIVA, assemble the included hardware and then put …more

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HyperX Savage USB Flash drive

HyperX Savage USB 3.1 Flash Drive Review

The first USB Flash Drive that I ever reviewed on Legit Reviews was the 16MB DiskOnKey Pro made by a company called M-Systems. M-Systems was later acquired by SanDisk, which was just acquired this year by Western Digital. The 16MB DiskOnKey Pro was available for $19.99, was marketed as being able to hold 11 floppy disks …more

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Sapphire Radeon R9 380X Nitro OC Video Card

Sapphire Radeon R9 380X Nitro Video Card Review

Sapphire Radeon R9 380X Nitro OC 4GB Video Card Review AMD launched this week what is likely their last desktop graphics card of 2015, the AMD Radeon R9 380X. AMD is hopeful that this card at the $229 price point (£185 inc. VAT for our readers in the UK) will be just what gamers will be …more

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Huawei Smartwatch

Huawei Watch Review – Android SmartWatch

Huawei’s Smartwatch for a New Generation With the holidays approaching, we have seen a large number of wearable electronics to hit shelves. While many of these devices are fun, there are few that are functional and stylish. Many of the fitness bands look pretty much like oversized rubber bands on your wrist, while some smartwatches …more

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G.SKILL RIPJAWS MX780

G.SKILL RIPJAWS MX780 Gaming Mouse Review

G.SKILL RIPJAWS MX780 Gaming Mouse For those not yet familiar with G.SKILL, they are a company most recognized for their computer memory including value and high performance products. Long-time computer hardware enthusiasts such as ourselves find G.SKILL’s move into gaming peripherals a bit of a surprise though we have seen other companies that specialize in …more

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ECS Z170 Claymore Motherboard

ECS Z170 Claymore Motherboard Review

ECS Z170 Claymore Motherboard Review Earlier this year, it was reported that Elitegroup Computer System (ECS) was no longer going to market its own branded motherboards, instead they were going to focus on OEM motherboards.  While OEM system builds has been ECS’s main focus for many years, they have released products for the DIY crowd, with …more

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Blackbird MX-1

Blackbird MX-1 USB 3.1 PCIe Card Review – USB 3.1 Type-A & Type-C ports

Blackbird MX-1 USB 3.1 PCIe Add-in Card If you are looking for an easy way to add USB 3.1 Type-A & Type-C ports to an older PC that doesn’t have any the only real option you have is to install a PCI-Express x4 add-in card which provides a pair of USB 3.1 ports. This is …more

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Inateck FE2008C

Inateck FE2008C USB Type-C External Drive Enclosure Review

Inateck FE2008C Review Do you have a fancy new USB Type-C port, but no devices to use on it? The folks over at Inateck have released an USB Type-C 2.5-inch external drive enclosure that features USB Attached SCSI Protocol (UASP) support! The enclosure runs $24.99 shipped, can be used on any USB-C port and offers data …more

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Noontec ZORO II Wireless Bluetooth Headphones

Noontec ZORO II Wireless Bluetooth Headphones Review

Noontec ZORO II Wireless Bluetooth Headphones For those of you that are not familiar with Noontec, they were founded in Australia in 2002 with a focus on fashion Hi-Fi headphones, HD media players, internet TV BOX and mobile accessories.  Over the last few years they have released several headsets that balance the latest styles with a price …more

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Crucial BX200 SSD

Crucial BX200 480GB SATA 2.5-Inch SSD Review

Crucial BX200 SSD – Affordable Entry Level TLC NAND Flash Drives It’s hard for enthusiasts to grasp that as we near the end of 2015 that a large portion of PC users around the world have yet to experience the performance benefits that an SSD has to offer. The overall cost of SSDs has come …more

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Inateck BH1001 Headset Retail Box

Inateck BH1001 Wireless Sport Headset Review

Inateck BH1001 Wireless Sport Headset Inateck is a German manufacturer of various PC-related accessories, with a full range of Bluetooth products such as keyboards, speakers and headphones available, in addition to an array of other products such as external SATA enclosures and USB 3.1 hubs.  For most of our readers, Inateck is likely a name that you haven’t come across …more

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Corsair STRAFE RGB

Corsair STRAFE RGB – Cherry MX Silent Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

Introduction to the Corsair STRAFE RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Corsair has been around the computer hardware scene for over 20 years, manufacturing high-performance DRAM, but only more recently jumped into the enthusiast-grade peripherals and component market under Corsair Gaming. The products that we’ve seen from Corsair have made us pretty happy, so we’ve got a …more

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BIOSTAR Gaming Z170 Ver 5

BIOSTAR Gaming Z170X ATX Motherboard Review

BIOSTAR Gaming Z170X Review Depending on the specific features, there are multiple chipsets that support the Intel Socket 1151 processors, the Z170, H170 and B150.  Biostar has motherboards that support all three of these chipsets, with the Z170 chipset being the main enthusiast grade chipset.  For the Z170 chipset, Biostar has four motherboards that offer a …more

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