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KEF MUO Portable Speaker Review

You might remember the luxurious KEF Muon series released in 2008 which were personally designed by the industrial engineer Ross Lovegrove. Those big aluminium tower were only available in limited quantity and carried a price tag of... €160 000! Anyway, these speakers had a good reputation and were a legend in the audio industry. KEF showed us several pioneering audio products over the years.

Cryorig H5 Ultimate - Review

The newest generation of processors, the Intel Skylake series. Was designed with power consumption in mind. But older processors are much less power efficient, and therefore generate more heat. That’s why aftermarket coolers have become a big thing. Companies such as Bequiet!, Corsair and many more are designing and manufacturing coolers by the dozens each year. But the cooler we will be looking at today is the Cryorig H5 Ultimate.

TP-LINK AC750 Wireless Dual Band ADSL2+ Modem Router Archer D20 Review

The internet has become an essential in almost all walks of life, expanding from education, to business, to entertainment and various other work. The internet can not only be accessed by computers

JBL Xtreme and JBL Flip 3 Review

JBL, one of the most known brands of Audio Solutions under Harman's name, revealed two new portable speakers in June with a very interesting new design and features set. As they're actually meant to use indoors and outdoors, JBL got their engineers to create a waterproof as well as strong design. The form factor of both speakers is kinda the same as the previous Flip model apart from the extra passive radiators on both ends. 

TP-LINK Day/Night Cloud Camera, NC220 Review

A Cloud Camera is simply one that allows for the benefit of surveillance, which can be uploaded to a server.

AMD R9 285 2GB CrossFire Scaling and Performance

We have two Sapphire R9 285’s, each spotting 2GB of DDR5 Memory with a 256 bus-width. This is intended as a follow up review to the A10-7870K where we tested crossfire performance but the quad core CPU proved to be quite a bottleneck, which is what lead us to test crossfire performance with the FX 8350.

AMD A8-7670K - review

If you’re currently using a PS4 or Xbox One, you probably know what an APU is. If you don’t, well then, an APU is an accelerated processing unit. It is basically a standard CPU but where the cores work together to create an as smooth as possible gaming experience.
The world’s main APU fabricator is of course AMD. And they sent us in one of their newer APU’s to review. The AMD A8-7670K.

EtekcityⓇ Roverbeats T16 - Review

After reading about Etekcity and the products they have been making lately. We just had to contact them and get them as a sponsor. And as nice as they are, they obliged. Etekcity is now a proud sponsor of BlackHoleTec. So of course, as a sponsor. They send us in items to review, and the first item we were sent in, was the Etekcity Roverbeats T16.

The Etekcity® Roverbeats T16 is one of Etekcity’s Bluetooth speakers. The Roverbeats T16 is basically the baby brother of Etekcity’s Roverbeats T3. And a cousin of the T12, which is also a Bluetooth speaker produced by Etekcity, but this one is much bigger and comes with a crazy battery capacity. The Etekcity® Roverbeats T16 is a tiny Bluetooth speaker that fits in the palm of your hand. But boy, does it pack a punch (more about that later).

TP-LINK 10000mAh Power Bank PB50 Review

A Power Bank is a portable lithium battery in a sealed case which is used to charge various components like phones, tablets, MP3 players and a few other devices.

Asus Strix GTX 950 Review

The GTX 950 is an Nvidia GPU based on the latest architecture known as Maxwell. Maxwell GPUs have been around for quite a while now and have earned a reputation for their performance and power reduction ability. Power consumption is something which has become a major factor while choosing a GPU. Lowering the power consumption will also lead to lower GPU temperature, which in turn could lead to better overclocking potential.

Zalman T5 - bargain or mistake?

With more and more capable, cheap and awesome looking graphics cards coming out these days. Such as the GTX 950. More and more people are escaping from their lives as console peasants to ascend to the famous and powerful PC Masterrace. These more affordable graphics cards are designed for people who are working on a small budget but still want to get the most out of their system. But since the case isn’t important at all when it comes to running your favourite games, is it really necessary to spend hundreds of dollars on it? No, not at all, as long as it fits your desk and you like the look of it, it should be fine. But finding a cheap, slick looking case with enough clearance for your graphics card is more difficult than you thought. Well then, maybe Zalman has a product you might like.

Be Quiet! Dark Power Pro 11 550W Review

The Dark Power Pro line of PSUs has always been popular for its stability and high efficiency levels. Those are especially important for enthusiasts who require an ultra-stable power supply at very high loads. Until now, Be Quiet! only offered higher wattage models like 850W, 1000W and 1200W. This however, changes today with their new release of the more mainstream models of 550W, 650W and 750W.

Bose SoundLink Mini II Review

No one can say otherwise, the previous SoundLink Mini impressed us all with an enormous sound for its small size. Carrying a price tag around 200 Euro, it certainly wasn't the cheapest and loudest portable speaker, but its appearence and build quality made it a pretty attractive deal. Not forget to mention that there wasn't any other portable speaker this small with the same powerful sound.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - Review

If there’d be one company to rule them all, It would be Samsung, not only because it has its own private army, but also because of its capability to release amazing products worth reviewing or buying every year. Samsung makes loads of stuff, such as excellent 512 GB SSD’s, namely the “Samsung Evo” line and of course their smartphones, which we’re all familiar with. Samsung is known for being Apple’s arch nemesis in the field of smartphone manufacturing. So that’s why you always see Samsung fanboys and Apple fanboys yell at each other at events, some of the arguments they come up with are truly hilarious. But enough about that, you’re probably not here to read about the pointless discussions these people have. So let’s get to it.

Toshiba Satellite Click Mini - Review

With the new school year having already started for some of you. It might be time to get a new laptop, that is if your old one is broken. But do you really need a $1000 gaming laptop? Say you have a dedicated desktop for gaming, then you obviously don’t need to spend another $1000 on a laptop. For that amount of money, you could get both a laptop and a tablet pc. Now, what if there’d be a way to combine your tablet, mostly for leisure use, with your school laptop?

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