Vertex 460

OCZ Vertex 460 240GB SSD Review

The Last Vertex SSD Ever? This is the first new drive we’ve received from OCZ since they filed for bankruptcy and were subsequently bought by Toshiba. It carries the storied Vertex name but given the company transition, does this mean that this will be the last Vertex drive ever? Not according to our friends at …more

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VisionTek mSATA

VisionTek 120GB mSATA SSD Review

VisionTek Gets In On The mSATA Trend The mSATA rush is officially on as desktop PC usage plummets and laptops, especially ultra-portables are the hot sellers. These devices are cramming more and more hardware into an ever shrinking space so why use a 2.5″ x 1/4″ drive when you can use an mSATA drive that’s …more

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AT&T Unite Pro

AT&T Unite Pro 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot Review

AT&T Unite Pro 4G LTE Hotspot Mobile hotspots are nothing new to the market, but manufacturers like coming up with new ways to make them more user friendly, modernized in both appearance and functionality, and have a greater battery life.  AT&T recently released the Unite Pro 4G LTE hotspot, manufactured by Netgear, which packs a …more

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Fractal Design Node 304 Black

Fractal Design Node 304 Mini-ITX Case Review

Fractal Design Node 304 Mini-ITX Case Fractal Design is no stranger to Legit Reviews, we have taken a look at many of their cases.  As a Swedish company that specializes in designing computer hardware keeping with the Scandinavian minimalist viewpoint.  They currently have four case lines each focusing on a different aspect.  The Node line …more

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Corsair Flash Voyager GO

Corsair Flash Voyager GO 32GB micro-USB Flash Drive Review

Corsair’s Voyager GO Brings micro-USB to Flash Drives Last week at the Consumer Electronics Show, Corsair announced the Flash Voyager GO USB 3.0 flash drive in 64GB, 32GB, and 16GB capacities. This drive was developed to make it simple to share movies, photos and videos between Android powered devices and the traditional PC. The magic to making this work is that …more

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Intel NUC KIT D54250WYKH

Intel NUC KIT D54250WYKH Review – Finally a 2.5-Inch Drive Fits

In our September 2013 review of the Intel NUC Kit D54250WYK we told you that Intel was coming up with a version that had an enclosure that was large enough to fit a 2.5-inch SATA HDD or SSD. In October 2013 we were able to get our hands on some early images of Intel NUC …more

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Corsair CS450M

Corsair CS450M Power Supply Review

Corsair CS450M Power Supply Review Introduction Corsair has been a very active player in the PSU market the past year, announcing release after release, bringing several new power supply units into the market. A few weeks ago, the company has announced the release of the CS-M power supply series, a series designed for basic and …more

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CM Stacker 935 Case

Cooler Master HAF Stacker 935 Case Review

Cooler Master HAF Stacker 935 Cooler Master is no stranger to breaking new ground in the wide world of computer peripherals having been in the business since 1992.  Their portfolio includes many OEM products, as well as consumer grade products.  Breaking the consumer products down, they manufacture products for budget minded users to the high …more

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VisionTek Data Fusion 2-way PCIe SSD

VisionTek Data Fusion PCIe SSD 240GB Review

VisionTek Goes RAIDing The PCIe Bus It’s been quite some time since we had a look at a PCIe based SSD. In fact, it was all the way back in October of 2011 when we tested the OCZ RevoHybrid drive which was the last of a handful of PCIe drives from OCZ that we had …more

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The Munchkins of Pepcom

Pepcom Digital Experience – A Plethora Of New Products On Display

Anker Astro Pro and Pro 2 and Introduction While roaming the floors at Pepcom Digital Experience, we ran into many vendors that we were familiar with and many that we were not.  We expected to find some great new products from the many vendors that were there and we found a few products that we …more

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CES 2014: Corsair shows new Graphite 760T Chassis & Obsidian 250 mini-ITX Chassis

CES 2014: Corsair shows new Graphite 760T Chassis & Obsidian 250 mini-ITX Chassis

Corsair Graphite Series 760T Full Tower Chassis Earlier Corsair announced their latest chassis in a long line of very attractive and successful PC cases in their Graphite Series. Today we were able to get up close and personal with the 760T that had a fully built and tricked out system within it! George Makris from …more

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HyperX Predator PCIe SSD

CES 2014: Kingston Shows HyperX PCIe SSD, Fury Memory, microDuo Flash Drive and More!

Kingston demonstrated their upcoming PCIe SSD using the LSI SandForce SF3700 Flash controller.  According to Kingston, it is capable of speeds up to 1800MB/s read and we were able to see it reach these speeds when we were there. This drive was on early alpha firmware, so no write speeds were shown.  As this will …more

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MSI Logo

CES 2014: MSI Shows off New mATX and mini-ITX MSI Gaming motherboards

MSI is floating around here at CES 2014 in Las Vegas NV and I was invited to spend some quality time with them and see what they have cooking for the new year. Among their new products is a couple of Intel Z87 motherboards. MSI has had alot of success with their Z87 Gaming series …more

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ASUS and Sapphire Custom Radeon R9 290X Video Cards

ASUS R9 290X DirectCU II and Sapphire R9 290X Tri-X Video Card Reviews

Custom AMD Radeon R9 290X Video Cards Arrive The AMD Radeon R9 290x and R9 290 both have great performance when gaming, but the cards run notoriously hot. AMD says that the cards were designed to run at 94C and that there is nothing wrong with running that high, but many enthusiasts think otherwise and …more

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Raptor HS30 and Raptor HS40

Corsair Raptor HS30 and HS40 Gaming Headsets Reviewed

Corsair and Raptor Gaming Drop the Corsair Raptor Headsets It was late-summer in 2012 when Corsair announced it had acquired Raptor Gaming, a German based maker of gaming peripherals. Corsair gained both a European based headquarter to distribute its wide range of computer hardware and Raptor Gaming’s entire portfolio of keyboards, mice, headsets, and accessories, …more

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