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Today I try out the OtterBox Commuter Series Wallet for Samsung Galaxy S4! Read on to see the ingenious and creative design of the OtterBox Commuter Series Wallet. Read on to see how it works and whether or not your wallet and or purse can be a thing of the past!
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OtterBox Commuter Series Wallet for Samsung Galaxy S4 Review @ ModSynergy.com
"Today I'll be reviewing another OtterBox Smartphone case. I'll be analyzing the ingenious and creative design of the OtterBox Commuter Series Wallet for the Samsung Galaxy S4. Read on to see how it works and whether or not your wallet and or purse can be a thing of the past!"
Crucial MX100 256 GB @ techPowerUp
"Crucial's new MX100 SSD is super affordable, yet provides excellent performance that can easily compete with the big boys. It uses brand-new 16 nanometer flash chips from Micron, paired with a proven Marvell controller. Hands down the best SSD you can get!"
Sapphire R9 285 Dual-X OC Review @ KitGuru
"Earlier this week AMD launched their new R9 285 graphics card. Today we look at the second design to hit our labs, the new Sapphire R9 285 Dual-X OC – as we would expect, this card is supplied in an overclocked state and with a custom twin fan cooling system. Is it worth the £179.99 asking price? "
ASUS X99-Deluxe Motherboard Review @ PCPerspective
"ASUS has another feather in their cap with the X99-Deluxe motherboard. Not knowing what to expect from the combination of a new chipset, CPU, and memory technology, I went into the review with some trepidation. My concern quickly abated with an easy setup and lack of issues in running through the various testing scenarios. The X99-Deluxe is a well designed board that integrates features and ASUS-developed technologies from past board generations, making for a superior sythesis of form and function. I especially liked the small touches that ASUS put into the design, giving me the impression that they do listen to user feedback."
gamescom 2014 Coverage @ OCInside.de
"From 13th to 17th August 2014, one of the most important European gaming fairs took place in Cologne, Germany.
ASUS X99-DELUXE Motherboard Preview @ BenchmarkReviews
“Intel’s LGA2011 and its aging X79 chipset have soldiered along for that segment of the market that prized core count and memory bandwidth above all. But now there’s a new LGA2011 in town: LGA2011-V3, complete with the new X99 chipset, and Benchmark Reviews has ASUS’ latest X99-based motherboard to test. Replete with features like 5-way optimization, Crystal Sound audio, on-board 802.11ac wireless, m.2 SSD support, extensive overclocking options, and unique additions like a fan extension card and multiple ways to mount m.2 SSDs, the ASUS X99-DELUXE is aimed squarely at the enthusiast for whom only the very best will do."
Synology DS115j Review at HardwareHeaven
"The latest NAS price point to be refreshed by Synology is their single bay, budget conscious product. We take a look at the replacement for the DS112j in our Synology DS115j Review."
EVGA TORQ X10 Carbon Gaming Mouse Review @ Hardware Asylum
"There is no doubt that EVGA built the Torq X10 Carbon gaming mouse with the highest quality materials and given that this is their first mouse that is quite surprising."
AMD FX-8370 & FX-8370E Processors @ PureOverclock
"With the release of the AMD FX-8370 and 8370E processors, there have been no grand design changes that will suddenly put AMD on top of the performance heap. Instead, these are products to cover those that have yet to make the switch from an older AM3 or AM3+ CPU or even a lesser CPU in the current AM3+ product stack. There is also a shift in how the FX series chips line up to the competition. Let’s have a closer look at the new FX-8370 and FX-8370E 8 core CPUs.”
SilentiumPC Gradis XE1236 CPU Cooler Review @ NikKTech
"Yesterday we had to turn on both air conditioners to keep the temperature in our lab at 23 degrees in order to wrap up some tests since according to our Oregon Scientific weather station temperature outside was roughly 33 degrees Celsius. Summer is (almost) over however and so i expect temperatures to drop rapidly by the end of September which is good news for us since that will allow us to do our jobs easier. Now as most of you know Intel announced their X99 mainboard chipset a few days back along with their new 59xx line of Core i7 CPUs and although we will not be reviewing either (well we may just review the mainboard model we will be using) we plan on replacing our Core i7-920 system with a brand new Core i7-5930x one which will of course become our primary test rig and move our Core i7-3930x one in second place. Until that happens however we will continue to test products with our Core i7-3930x rig and today strapped on it we have the latest Gradis XE1239 CPU Cooler by SilentiumPC."
WD My Passport Wireless 1TB Storage Drive Review @ Legit Reviews
"Wireless devices are growing in popularity and lets face it we are slowly cutting the cords on many of the electronic devices that we use daily. Over the past several years a number of companies have come out with small wireless storage drives that allow you to backup or store large amounts of data from your smartphone, tablet, PC, or Mac. WD feels that now is a time to come out with a wireless storage device as previously they didn’t feel like the time was right for a portable wireless storage product. WD today unveiled the WD My Passport Wireless, a Wi-Fi enabled external storage drive that allows you to save, access and share stored content wirelessly with pretty much any device on the market today. The My Passport Wireless comes in 500GB, 1TB, and 2TB capacities and runs $129.99, $179.99 and $219.99, respectively. Each model has a built-in rechargeable battery allowing it to power itself when you’re on the road for up to 6 hours of HD streaming on DLNA capable devices and up to 20 hours of battery life when on standby."
Thermaltake Core V1 Mini-ITX SFF Chassis Review @ TweakTown
"Another mini cube case hits our labs from Thermaltake. It's not an Urban or Element - this time we see the Core V1 Mini-ITX chassis. Come take a look now."
Tesoro Gandiva H1L Review @ Vortez
"Gandiva is a laser gaming mouse offering a maximum DPI of 8200. Additional to the obligatory programmable buttons, advanced customisation is available which includes polling rate adjustment, DPI increment, macro functionality and LED lighting."
Intel Core i7 4790K Devils Canyon CPU Review @ TechwareLabs.com
"A little over a year ago, Intel introduced their new line of CPU's under the Haswell codename. As the successor to the Ivy-Bridge architecture Intel's new chip design looks to optimize power savings and performance benefits, taking advantage of the 22nm node instead of focusing on overall performance. With the release of the i5-4670K and i7-4770K, enthusiasts seemed to be disappointed over the lack of raw power the CPU's had to offer, and the small amount of headroom for overclocking. To much concern, it seems as though this is becoming a trend. Over the last few generations, there seems to be less of an increase in overall power and performance with each new release that comes out. Haswell was no exception to the trend, offering only a..."
Western Digital My Passport Wireless - Mobile Wireless Terabytes @ PCPerspective
"The Western Digital My Passport Wireless is an extremely versatile WiFi connected mobile hard drive. 2x2 Wireless N MIMO enables fast throughput for such a small device, supporting up to 4 simultaneous HD video streams. WiFi pass through lets mobile devices surf while streaming music over the same wireless link. SD card offload and FTP access will be of great use to photographers in the field. USB 3.0 enables fast transfers as well as a convenient way to recharge. The My Passport Wireless is basically the storage equivalent of a Swiss Army Knife for those on the go."
CM Storm Devastator Review : Gaming Keyboard and Mouse Combo @ Technology X
"Getting two things to review in the same package feels a little overwhelming, yet exciting at the same time. I get to ask myself so many questions that I normally wouldn’t, such as: “How do these two devices work together?” or “Do they manage to pull off a similar style, making them feel like an item bundle” and even “What does this mean for consumers, is it more worth it than buying a keyboard and mouse separately?” All these questions I will answer, analyzing both the products included in the Cooler Master Devastator bundle separately and as a package."
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