The Aegis Ti5 comes in at £4300, making it by far the most substantial chunk of change the channel has also ever seen. Factor in pricing for all the components leaves around £1000 on the table for the case alone. But once you factor in R&D, and other associated manufacturing costs as well as the fact that it’s one of the most unique case designs on the planet is a PC that works out of the box, and comes with a standard 24-month warranty, which justifies itself in my opinion.
The SuperEQ S1's are certainly worthy of consideration thanks to the use of decent materials, great sound quality and decent noise cancelling & ambient sound features and brilliant battery life, even when ANC and Bluetooth are being used.
The Netgear Nighthawk XR1000 pro gaming router is a feature-rich and performance-orientated router. With a decent triple-core SOC and radios, with strong & stable Wi-Fi 6 features like MU-MIMO, OFDMA, 160Mhz channel support, 1024 QAM, Beamforming, additional DFS channels and Smart Connect.
Today's review brings the AORUS 17G, with awesome gaming performance, beautiful aesthetic, excellent choice of IO and top-tier internals.
In this review, we find out if the TEAMGROUP RIPPED EDITION DDR4-3600 CL14 (2x8GB) kit can be worth a price tag that's now extremely hefty.
In this review we'll be comparing the KLEVV CRAS X RGB DDR4-3600 2X8GB kit to a field including two of its DDR4-3600 peers. Does it hold up?
For £1920, is this tailor-made Flight Sim PC with a 10th Gen Intel CPU and RTX3080 worth the asking price? Find out in the video review.
Our Crucial Ballistix RGB DDR4-3600 review looks to see if Crucial's tight vertical integration can help this cheap kit beat pricier b-die.
On my review desk today I have the Vissles-M portable monitor, a 15" 60Hz display that more than resembles a tablet, lets take a look.
COLORFUL CVN Guardian 8GB DDR4-3200 looks great and uses solid ICs - in our review, we'll be asking if it's worth the high price tag.