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The ASUS TUF Gaming CU4K30 is a capture device capable of handling feeds of up to 4K. Whether or not it's worth your time and money can be determined with our in-depth review.
MSI has released the company's first ATX 3.0 and PCIe 5.0 specified power supply. What makes this better than an ATX 3.0 PSU? Read our in-depth review for all the details.
Review The official Steam Deck case is rugged, if on the chunky side. WaterField Designs offers a flexible pouch for quick travels, but is it worth the asking price?
Review Graduating from a USB microphone to XLR? The Ethos is an incredible condenser mic from Earthworks Audio, but newcomers will need some extra parts.
Gaming Our big Sonic review examines this experimental new adventure rife with (unmet) potential and pockets of greatness.
Poetry & Penance The latest Xbox Game Studios title is another diverse game combining a narrative RPG, visuals inspired by illuminated manuscripts, and an aggressively addictive story set in 16th century Germany.
REVIEW The Razer Naga is synonymous with MMO gaming, and the Naga V2 Pro carries that legacy forward. Plus, it's more versatile than ever with a unique haptic scroll wheel and swappable configurations.
REVIEW Cooler Master expands its keyboard range with the CK720 aimed at enthusiasts, but can this affordable option appeal to curious beginners looking to enter the scene?
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