Wooting One Keyboard Reviews and more
Posted on: 11/23/2017 02:55 PM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Aukey 1080P Dash Cam Review
Coffee Lake Z370 Micro-ATX Motherboards
Drobo 5N2 Review
iPhone SE 2 could land next year at an affordable price
mean:it 5PM ARC Red Case Review
Quiet PC Nofan A890S Silent Desktop Review
Wooting One Keyboard
Wooting One review: keyboards from the Netherlands

Aukey 1080P Dash Cam Review
Today we are testing an Aukey DR01 1080P Dashcam and show not only the technical details with some pictures of the dash cam, but also a video with different dash cam requirements in our OCinside YouTube Channel.


Read full article @ OCInside.de

Coffee Lake Z370 Micro-ATX Motherboards
With the launch of the Intel's new Z370 Express chipset all large motherboard vendors have updated their micro-ATX models. At the moment there are seven different models available and prices range from 100 up to 220 Euro. This article will allow you to compare all these boards in order to find the one most suitable for your needs.


Read full article @ ocaholic

Drobo 5N2 Review
Today we're looking at the Drobo 5N2, a 5-bay NAS system that claims to be as difficult to understand as a traffic light. Featuring a system called BeyondRAID, the 5N2 can experience a drive failure across two of the disks without losing any of your important data - extremely important if your data is invaluable.


Read full article @ Vortez

iPhone SE 2 could land next year at an affordable price
A report claims that the iPhone SE 2 might enter mass production in early 2018. It's been over 18 months since the iPhone SE landed, but if you were worried that meant there wouldn’t be a new model, don’t be, because a new rumor suggests Apple is planning on releasing the iPhone SE 2 in 2018.

According to the Economic Daily News, Wistron (one of Apple's main manufacturing partners) is planning to build a new factory in order to give it the production capacity to build the iPhone SE 2.


Read full article @ Techradar

mean:it 5PM ARC Red Case Review
While mean:it may be the new kid on the block, the fit and finish of the 5PM ARC Red makes me think that the case is from a more seasoned company. Glass panel cases are not new, but to pull it off so well on the first shot is certainly remarkable. The 5PM ARC Red provides functionality with adequate space for a full system build. It also delivers aesthetically with the 5mm thick tempered side and front glass panels. Add to that the amazing red LED fans and you have a case that gets your attention.


Read full article @ OCC

Quiet PC Nofan A890S Silent Desktop Review
Six cores. 12 threads. Zero noise. Today's PCs have raised the bar for performance, energy efficiency and overall design, but one area of improvement that can often be overlooked is noise. The latest machines, be they desktop or laptop, are typically quieter than ever before, and the most innovative systems aim for virtual silence by banishing mechanical fans in favour of passive cooling throughout.

We've seen it work in the mobile space - Microsoft's fanless Surface Pro being a good example - but passive cooling requires more thought on the desktop, where higher-power components come into play. Attempting to tame, say, a 95W Core i7-8700K processor without any active airflow isn't for the faint hearted, but it can be done and boutique system integrators are now presenting their wares.


Read full article @ Hexus

Wooting One Keyboard
The Wooting One is a long-anticipated keyboard that promised a lot and delivers on every single item. It features analog control over travel distance for two different optical switch designs, per-key RGB backlighting, a software driver allowing customization of digital and analog profiles which are saved onboard, and good build quality with thick ABS plastic and an aluminum-top-plate construction.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Wooting One review: keyboards from the Netherlands
The Dutch start-up Wooting have received more than 135 thousand euro to develop their Wooting One keyboard. With its analogue input, it may bring about a keyboard revolution. We are one of the first to review this unique mechanical keyboard.

The Flaretech Prism optical switches were introduced to the market by Adomax in 2015. In contrast to regular mechanical switches, such as the Cherry MX and its replicas, the Flaretech does not make any electronic connection to register the key action. Instead, it uses infra-red light to register key strokes. Three Dutch guys saw potential for various feature improvements in this. By measuring how much infra-red light is given it is possible to say how deeply the key is pressed. With this, the idea of an analogue keyboard was born.


Read full article @ Hardware.Info




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