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The Crucial P2 SSD is very affordable and provides decent everyday performance. However, reading and writing large amounts of data is below the norm.
The new iPhone SE is an indulgent return to what was but a sobering reminder that even what’s old is new again has limits.
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The Elder Scrolls - Blades isn’t what it could be but, now available on Switch, I'd still call it a decent mobile dungeon crawler.
While there’s something to be said for the charm of the unexpected, this really is the cooperative multiplayer Resident Evil experience that nobody was asking for.
On paper, the MSI Modern 15 provides plenty of bang for buck. In practice, it’s as likely to disappoint you as surprise you.
The Lenovo Yoga C740 15 has a bright display and long battery life, and its performance is adequate for mainstream tasks. But 15-inch convertibles tend to be unwieldy, including this one.
Intel's 10th gen Comet Lake S CPUs don't take the crown in multi-core performance but they close the gap enough that you may want to actually consider them.
Logitech’s new Powered wireless-charging lineup includes a simple, yet elegant pad.
Microsoft has upgraded its Surface Book 3 with new CPU and GPU options. But the PC industry is racing ahead of this once-innovative design.
In a world where even some of the best gaming accessories can feel superfluous, the Seagate Gaming Dock fits right in as a slick-looking, purpose built alternative to just expanding your storage space with an additional or external hard-drive.
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This smart laptop was enjoyable to use and great to work on – creating content was super simple.
It really doesn’t get more “gaming laptop” than this.
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