Thursday, August 21, 2014

SteelSeries Sensei Wireless Mouse Changes Negative Vibes Over Wireless Peripherals - Vortez

"Sensei Wireless performed excellently in the different games we tested as well as around the Windows environment for general usage such as web browsing. We encountered no issues with lag or traction and we even enjoyed up to 18 hours of operation too... Sensei Wireless changes the negative vibe looming over cable-less gaming peripherals and it also brings flexibility directly into the hand of the gamer."

David Mitchelson - Vortez.

SteelSeries Sensei Wireless mouse review by Vortez - Introduction & Conclusion.

Friday, August 15, 2014

DeepCool Steam Castle Chassis Wows eTeknix

"it’s clear to me that DeepCool have really put in the tool time on this chassis. The finish is superb, I was expecting it to feel cheap and tacky, with stuck on plastic grills and other nonsense, but that really isn’t the case. The who thing is well put together, the soft touch finish on the exterior panels looks and feels great, the ventilation is uniquely styled and I think they’ve done very well to capture the spirit of Steam Punk design. I personally think the modding community is going to love this chassis, there are plenty of fan and radiator compatible mounts, the hard drive and optical bays are completely removable and the internal frame is durable. I suspect we will see some really awesome Steam Punk mods over the next few months."

Peter Donnell - eTeknix.

DeepCool Steam Castle chassis review by eTeknix - Introduction & Conclusion.

DeepCool Steam Castle Chassis On TweakTown

"Steam Castle B does offer aesthetics like no other chassis on the market, and it even has a very mod-able appearance that just makes the creative gears start turning. While this is definitely not the chassis that broke the mold in this category, with what Deepcool has done with this chassis, we feel that there are quite a few of us out there that this chassis has grown on. With just a few touches here and there, this chassis could be an absolute stunner at a LAN even, or even just sitting on your desk at home."

Chad Sebring - TweakTown.

DeepCool Steam Castle chassis review by TweakTown - Introduction & Conclusion.

Thursday, August 14, 2014

TechGage Liberated By SteelSeries Sensei Wireless Mouse

"As the name suggests, the biggest advantage here is the ability to have a high-end gaming mouse with the ability to be wire-free, which in my opinion is as liberating as cooking bacon without wearing pants. Oh, the freedom. Does anybody else feel a draft?"

Ryan Perry - TechGage.

SteelSeries Sensei Wireless mouse review by TechGage - Introduction & Conclusion.

Monday, August 11, 2014

Bitfenix Prodigy MATX Chassis On TweakTown

"Ever since the Prodigy was released, I have wanted to use it for a Micro-ATX system I still have here. The issue was that I just did not have the time to get it done properly. With the Prodigy M, we feel that BitFenix offers a chassis that is on the next level when compared to the original, and not only when using a Micro-ATX based system, but even for those wanting to use a Mini-ITX board."

Chad Sebring - TweakTown.

Bitfenix Prodigy M for Micro ATX chassis review by TweakTown - Introduction & Conclusion.

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Tt eSPORTS Poseidon Z Keyboard On LegitReviews

"Yes, that’s still much more than those $10 keyboards that can do the job just fine too, but the Poseidon Z is on a entirely different level being a mechanical keyboard and it’s a nice one at that with a crazy long 5 year warranty. For reference, the vast majority of backlit mechanical keyboards including Thermaltake’s own backlit Meka keyboards are priced at or above $100. Where it stands, the Poseidon Z is a safe buy for those unwilling to put up the money for those fancier keyboards."

David Yee - LegitReviews.

Thermaltake (Tt) eSPORTS Poseidon Z keyboard examined by LegitReviews - Introduction & Conclusion.

TweakTown Review Bitfenix Comrade Chassis

"For those of you who were into what we showed off in the Neos, but aren't willing to shell out that much money for flashy colors and a bunch of mesh, well the Comrade is the BitFenix chassis for you. The Comrade offers all of the same abilities, and even takes back the third optical bay by relocating the front I/O panel, so internally, you actually get more bang for your buck."

Chad Sebring - TweakTown.

Bitfenix Comrade chassis review by TweakTown - Introduction & Conclusion.

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

TweakTown Are Raven Mad.....

"With a price of just $115.99, that investment will not only get you a sleek looking gaming rig, but you will also have the most aggressively styled, and in our opinion, the best layout of any of the Raven Series. If you have been waiting on the fence to join the SilverStone Raven band wagon, then wait no longer, because this is clearly the time to join."

Chad Sebring - TweakTown.

SilverStone Raven RV05 review by TweakTown - Introduction & Conclusion.

Friday, August 1, 2014

Thermaltake Urban T81 Chassis On PureOC

"Thermaltake did not disappoint in what can be considered their first new outing or a reintroduction into enthusiast class custom water cooling cases. There is a huge distinction between a compatible case compared to one explicitly designed for that purpose and we are starting to see more focus on features like tool-less removable cages, overall height and length for radiator support, integrated 10 fan controller, alternative drive mounts, pump/reservoir mounts or stands and 140mm fan support."

Sandy Bruce - PureOC.

Thermaltake Urban T81 chassis review by PureOC - Introduction & Conclusion.