DLINK DWL-7620AP AC2200 WAVE 2 Access Point Review and more
Posted on: 08/11/2019 10:41 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Destiny 2 Shadowkeep DLC Brings Total Game Size to 165GB
DLINK DWL-7620AP AC2200 WAVE 2 Access Point Review
Home Sweet Smart Home Review
Just Cool Tech: TicWatch Pro 4G/LTE Smart Watch Review
Logitech G512 Gaming Keyboard Review
Samsung Galaxy Book S vs Microsoft Surface Pro 6
Team Group T-Force Cardea II M.2 SSD Review
Thermaltake Floe DX 360MM TT Premium RGB AIO CPU Cooler Review
Thermaltake S500 TG Mid Tower PC Case Review

Destiny 2 Shadowkeep DLC Brings Total Game Size to 165GB
We’re all getting rather used (particularly as PC owners) to modern games requiring a significant portion of hard drive space. As you might expect, however, this generally only increases further as DLC is added to the game. With Destiny 2 set to release Shadowkeep next month, however, the (already quite substantial) circa 90GB installation size was undoubtedly going to get a lot larger, but by how much?

Well, in a report via PCGamesN, early indications suggest that the Steam version of Destiny 2 including the upcoming DLC will require a (pretty colossal) 165GB of free data.


Read full article @ eTeknix

DLINK DWL-7620AP AC2200 WAVE 2 Access Point Review
WiFi connectivity is a technology we have come to rely on so much over the years. The proliferation of IOT and smart devices meant that demand for wireless technology and dependency on it becoming far greater than it ever was. With increasing demand comes other problems such as managing increased wireless bandwidth and improving the reliability and coverage offered. One of the biggest problems with WiFi in corporate entertainments is providing seemless wireless connectivity and minimizing black spots. This is why Access Points made a huge impact in the industry and today we look at DLink’s DWL-7620AP AC2200 Wireless access point.


Read full article @ Technoyard

Home Sweet Smart Home Review
Things that are Great … Until They’re Not What we like about technology – especially standards-based technology – is that every engineer we know has a  better idea of how to handle the standard. Years ago, we worked with one of the 100-plus 5.25/3.5-in hard drive manufacturers.


Read full article @ BabelTechReviews

Just Cool Tech: TicWatch Pro 4G/LTE Smart Watch Review
Welcome to Just Cool Tech, our new special series where we take a close look at tech that's neat to read about and fun to own. Today, we're looking at the TicWatch Pro 4G/LTE Smart Watch. Featuring the latest version of Android Wear OS, it offers full notifications with easy voice or text replies, fitness tracking, WiFi, Bluetooth, and 4G/LTE connectivity for when you want to leave the phone at home. We've spent two weeks with it and this is what we think.


Read full article @ MMORPG

Logitech G512 Gaming Keyboard Review
Buying a keyboard has never been more complicated than it is today. I remember the simple days when the biggest decision was if you were going wireless or not? Or at the extreme have some LED lighting on them. Come today, mechanical keyboards are the buzz word everyone talks about and most sort after by professional gamers. Today we take a look at a mechanical keyboard from an industry giant, the Logitech G512 Carbon (Tactile version).

Regardless of the manufacturer, there are 3 distinctive mechanical keyboards one could buy based on the behavior of the keyboard switches.


Read full article @ Technoyard

Samsung Galaxy Book S vs Microsoft Surface Pro 6
The Surface Pro 6 is one of the best Windows 10 devices on the market, but the new Samsung Galaxy Book S could change that.


Read full article @ Techradar

Team Group T-Force Cardea II M.2 SSD Review
Team Group ADVERTISEMENT 's Cardea Liquid seems to be getting all of the headlines these days, but the Cardea II uses the same controller, flash, and comes with an extravagant cooler, too.

The Cardea II an updated version of the original Cardea that came to market in 2017 with the Phison PS5012-E7 controller and MLC flash. The updated model follows the Phison release schedule with the PS5012-E12 controller paired with Toshiba 64L flash memory.


Read full article @ TweakTown

Thermaltake Floe DX 360MM TT Premium RGB AIO CPU Cooler Review
Today, we are taking a look at another Thermaltake Product by way of the Floe DX 360 AIO CPU Cooler. In our last Thermaltake review, we looked at their GX1 600w PSU and were quite happy with it. The Floe DX is one of the latest coolers to hit Thermaltakes line up and should offer some good cooling performance as well as a pleasing aesthetic. As the name would suggest, this is a 360mm AIO cooler and as such, comes with 3x 120mm addressable Riing Duo RGB fans. While there is no denying that the RGB will catch your eye, does the Floe DX offer good performance as well? There’s only one way to find out, but first, let’s take a closer look at the Flox DX 360 itself!


Read full article @ EnosTech

Thermaltake S500 TG Mid Tower PC Case Review
Thermaltake has been keeping us well and truly busy the last couple of weeks with no stop in sight! Today, we are taking a look at their brand new S500 TG case. The S500 is very similar to the A500 except for one major difference. The A500 is made from aluminium and the S500 is made for steel. Why you may ask? Well, the answer is easy, to help keep costs down. So many people liked the A500 but it was a bit expensive for most coming in at around £250. For £99, the S500 TG is a great offer for those not wanting to spend quite as much money.


Read full article @ EnosTech




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