Nokia 9 PureView: Hands On and more
Posted on: 03/02/2019 11:26 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming 9 (Intel Z390) Motherboard Review
Cooler Master MM830 Review
Dead or Alive 6 Review
Dell UltraSharp U4919DW Monitor Review
Gigabyte GTX 1660 Ti OC 6G Review
Nokia 9 PureView: Hands On, Impressions, Thoughts
Phanteks Eclipse P600s Review
RHA CL2 Planar Review
Tesoro Gram MX ONE Keyboard Review
VORTEX Race 3 TKL Mechanical Keyboard Review

ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming 9 (Intel Z390) Motherboard Review
Today we look at the Z390 Phantom Gaming 9, which is a new type of motherboard for ASRock. ASRock recently changed their Professional Gaming series to Phantom Gaming, and put more emphasis on making the motherboard more affordable.


Read full article @ TweakTown

Cooler Master MM830 Review
Cooler Master are taking aim at the elite echelons of gaming mice with their new offering, The MM830. Packing a Pixart 3360 Optical Sensor that can track as high as 24,000 DPI, A "hidden" 4-way D-Pad side button and a precision scroll wheel with a Japanese ALPS encoder as well as a customisable OLED display & 4 zones of 16.7 million RGB lighting means that for a mouse of this price the feature set goes above and beyond.


Read full article @ Vortez

Dead or Alive 6 Review
There was a brief moment while playing Dead or Alive 6, Koei Tecmo’s latest fighter, that I had to stop playing and download Dead or Alive 5. Something felt amiss and I didn’t know what, so the hope was that returning the last step in the Dead or Alive franchise would help jog my memory or remember what I was missing. What it made me realise is that Dead or Alive hasn’t moved on much.

Dead or Alive 6 is, of course, the latest incremental upgrade in the Dead or Alive franchise. It’s the kind of sequel that will have anyone not already a fan of the series confused about what’s been changed or added. Quite rightfully so. Fighting games have always been closely tied to visual presentation, and Dead or Alive 6 looks an awful lot like Dead or Alive 5, frankly.


Read full article @ Wccftech

Dell UltraSharp U4919DW Monitor Review
Tired of the bezel line between your two 27-inch QHD screens? The Dell UltraSharp U4919DW is the perfect solution. It’s a gently curved 49-inch panel with 5120x1440 resolution and precise color.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

Gigabyte GTX 1660 Ti OC 6G Review
It's a dual-fan 1660 Ti from Gigabyte, priced at £269 - but is it any good? For GTX 1660 Ti launch day, we reviewed the MSI Gaming X card – a high-end factory overclocked model with a £50 price premium over the 1660 Ti’s £259 MSRP. While it proved to be a very capable card, the added cost meant it didn’t offer very compelling value. That could all change today, however, as we turn to Gigabyte’s GTX 1660 Ti OC 6G. It’s still a dual-fan, factory overclocked card, but it comes in at just £269, putting it much closer to the baseline MSRP. Is it worth buying?


Read full article @ KitGuru

Nokia 9 PureView: Hands On, Impressions, Thoughts
HMD Global introduced its new top-of-the-range Nokia 9 PureView smartphone at Mobile World Congress earlier this week. The handset brings in a unique camera featuring six modules (five RGB and monochrome sensors, and Time-of-Flight sensor) co-designed by Nokia, Light, and Zeiss, coupled with Nokia’s latest photography software. As the technology behind the phone was explained in our initial coverage, this piece will focus on design, comfort of use, and overall impressions about the handset.


Read full article @ Anandtech

Phanteks Eclipse P600s Review
This time we’re checking out the new Phanteks Eclipse P600S mid-tower PC chassis. The Dutch company is keeping up the pace, as this is another new product after the Phanteks Enthoo Evolv X, which we reviewed at the end of October 2018.


Read full article @ The Guru of 3D

RHA CL2 Planar Review
I love music. I couldnt imagine life without it, and for something which brings me so much pleasure, Im willing to pay for decent quality.
But Ive always said that I have mid-range ears. Give me a Bang & Olufsen system in the low single-digit thousands, or something at the bottom end of the Naim range, and Im a very happy man. Anything beyond that is wasted on me. And, indeed, for casual listening, stereo-paired HomePods hit the spot; to me, they sound way better than they have any right to at that price level.


Read full article @ 9to5Mac

Tesoro Gram MX ONE Keyboard Review
Tesoro adds to their popular Gram series of mechanical keyboards with the Gram MX ONE. With two color options and two Cherry MX switch options, the Gram MX ONE aims to offers an attractive package for those prioritizing value for money and longevity.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

VORTEX Race 3 TKL Mechanical Keyboard Review
Not only does the Race 3 TKL Mechanical Keyboard by VORTEX combine excellent build quality with a compact size thanks to its anodized CNC-machined aluminum case but also because of its 4 programmable layers, per-key RGB illumination, OS compatibility and available layouts it offers something we don't really see often in the market, if at all.


Read full article @ NikKTech




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