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For Valve, is the Steam controller both a blessing and a curse?
As excited as we may be about Steam machines democratizing PC gaming in the living room, there's no question Valve's new platform will encounter some...
A couple of months with Corsair's Vengeance M60 mouse
It all started with a failing microswitch. It was the spring of 2011, and I was a perfectly contented MX1100 user. Logitech's latest high-end mouse had...
My iPhone 4 is awesome
Well, I finally did it. After misguidedly buying what turned out to be a sub-par iPhone clone in 2008, then waiting almost five months...
Building the imperfect beast, part II: mobo risin'
Hey hey, kids. In case you've forgotten or are too lazy to use a...
Who needs a proper photo studio?
After finally receiving one of Apple's new aluminum MacBooks last week, I've been doing some testing and working on my review of the machine....
A sneak peek at Asus' P6T Deluxe Nehalem motherboard
Intel's next-gen Nehalem processor has yet to be released, but a compatible motherboard has already arrived in The Benchmarking Sweatshop. Behold Asus' P6T Deluxe:
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|Patriot's Viper V570 FPS-MMO hybrid gaming mouse reviewed||6|
|Corsair Hydro H60 gets a new look and improved performance||1|
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|Adata's XPG SX8200 takes the company's SSD speed crown||7|
|Eight core Intel chip? Thank you, AMD, for making Intel finally step up. Intel could've done this years ago, but of course before Ryzen they had no co...||+23|