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TG10: NVIDIA & Techgage Team Up To Give You Dying Light!

CONTEST IS NOW OVER. The winners are (in the order that their name was pulled from the hat): Kristian Pribanic papajohnny Alexandar Ivanov David Carl Crenshaw Sean Chou Johnny k0pkaas S1lv3r Dwayne Glode Huge congrats to the winners! If your name is on the list above, I’ll be contacting you via email…..

Published on March 2, 2015

WD My Cloud DL4100 Business NAS Review

We’ve seen WD make a good impact on the NAS market with its My Cloud series over the past couple of years, and now, it aims to continue that impact by breaking into a new segment: business. With its DL2100 and DL4100 NASes, WD claims to bring ease, security, and important functionality…..

Published on February 26, 2015

Evolve Review: The Evolved Strike Back

There are many different ways a developer can approach a co-op game. Straight-forward FPS? Zombie infestation? Another World War II title? None of this for Turtle Rock Studios. The proof is Evolve, a game that incorporates a brand-new 4v1 formula. Let’s find out if the game’s unique design is its strongsuit, or…..

Published on February 25, 2015

ASUS X99-DELUXE Motherboard Review

The name “DELUXE” is often used on products that don’t quite deserve it, but when it comes to ASUS’ motherboards, the company makes sure that isn’t the case. Given that, it’s little suprise that the X99-DELUXE does in fact deserve its name, as it doesn’t just offer a slew of features and…..

Published on February 23, 2015

Cooler Master NotePal ERGOSTAND III Review

Notebook running hot? Need height-adjustment and cord management? How about additional USB ports? Answering “yes” to any of those questions should lead you to take a look at Cooler Master’s ERGOSTAND III, a notebook cooler that, as we find out, is a lot more than just a notebook cooler. (Click to go…..

Published on February 19, 2015

Dying Light Review: Because The Night Isn’t Just For The Living Anymore

Are you afraid of the dark? How about if you’re in the midst of a zombie outbreak? This is the recipe behind Techland’s new zombie survival game, Dying Light. Will this be a shining beacon in Techland’s turbulent zombie history or are we just insane to think it’s done better? (Click to…..

Published on February 16, 2015

On Sequels (and Hollywood Twists!) – A Kingston HyperX Cloud II Review

Sequels… they’re either blockbusters (The Empire Strikes Back) better than the original or busts (Caddyshack II) that should have never seen the light of day. In the world of PC peripherals, it’s rare when we see a direct follow-up to a product. Kingston, though, bucks the trend with its new HyperX Cloud…..

Published on February 13, 2015

ASUS Republic of Gamers G20 Gaming PC Review

There’s no shortage of small PCs in the market, but it could be argued that there is a shortage of small PCs that look awesome. If that’s the measurement, ASUS has hit the ball out of the park with its ROG G20. Not only does this PC have what it takes to…..

Published on February 9, 2015

Synology DiskStation BeyondCloud Preconfigured NAS Review

Pre-built NAS appliances might be easier to set up and use than a DIY server, but could they be even easier? Synology seems to think so. Its just-released BeyondCloud NASes come preconfigured with hard drives and provide a straightforward setup process. That’s right – your excuses for not owning a NAS just…..

Published on February 6, 2015

ROCCAT Ryos TKL Pro Mechanical Keyboard Review

With its Ryos TKL Pro, ROCCAT aims to give gamers a feature-packed keyboard that gives them the ultimate gaming experience. We’ve heard that before, but most gaming keyboards don’t pack in the sheer number of features that this has. Unless you’re a gamer who needs a numpad, this keyboard is worth checking…..

Published on February 5, 2015

Synergy of Style and Design: A Review of the Corsair Graphite 780T

All too often, design and style exist in conflict with each other. Form follows function, as the saying goes. But sometimes, we see products which are as beautifully-styled as they are well-designed. Corsair’s Graphite 780T full-tower becomes a perfect example of this – it’s great looking and functional. Let’s check it out.…..

Published on January 30, 2015

BitFenix Flo PC Gaming Headset Review

BitFenix has developed an enormous number of chassis models and other PC peripherals, but as far as audio goes, it’s produced just a single product. Called Flo, this headset caters to those who don’t want to break the bank, but demand an attractive design and satisfying sound quality. Sounds good – or…..

Published on January 28, 2015

Hands-on With Windows 10’s Preview Build 9926

Hot on the heels of its major Windows 10 event, Microsoft released a brand-new preview build to the public, versioned 9926. Given what we were told at the event, we knew that Cortana, a revamped Start menu, and updated Notifications pane would be featured. But is that all? As it happens, no.…..

Published on January 26, 2015

ASUS Strix Edition GeForce GTX 960 Graphics Card Review

NVIDIA’s much-anticipated mid-range 900 series card is here. It’s called the GeForce GTX 960 (no need to act surprised) and it brings a couple of surprises. As NVIDIA’s “sweet spot” GPU, the GTX 960 is designed to be an affordable option that lasts the long haul, so let’s see what the green…..

Published on January 22, 2015

CHERRY On Top? A Review Of CHERRY’s MX-Board 3.0 Professional Keyboard

CHERRY is famous for providing the most popular mechanical keyboard switches around, but did you know the company also manufactures its own line of mice and keyboards? In our lab is the company’s MX-Board 3.0, equipped with MX Brown switches. Let’s find out how interesting – or uninteresting – this plank is.…..

Published on January 20, 2015

Amazon Fire HD 7 (2014) Tablet Review

It’s hard to ignore the value proposition Amazon gives us when it comes to affordable tablets. Its Fire HD series has some notable caveats, but its hardware is often good for the price. And, for those invested in Amazon’s ecosystem, there’s no better fine-tuned option. With that, let’s check out what the…..

Published on January 16, 2015

The Gaming Mouse That Has It All: COUGAR 700M Review

Mice – there is never a shortage of options in the gaming market. They range from $10, to well over $100 – some are a tremendous value, some are not. COUGAR is no stranger to this market and have put its best foot forward with the 700M Gaming Mouse. How did it…..

Published on January 14, 2015

Techgage’s Best Of CES 2015

2015’s CES is over, but before we wrap-up our coverage, we want to hand out some virtual awards to the products that stood out to us the most. After spending the weekend mulling the contestants, we’ve come up with 11 that we feel fit the bill as being the best of show.…..

Published on January 12, 2015

Techgage’s Best Of CES 2015

2015’s CES is over, but before we wrap-up our coverage, we want to hand out some virtual awards to the products that stood out to us the most. After spending the weekend mulling the contestants, we’ve come up with 11 that we feel fit the bill as being the best of show.

Published on January 12, 2015

CES 2015 Coverage Round-up

CES 2015 is here, and as usual, the number of product announcements are difficult to keep up with. So, to help make it easier to track our CES coverage, this article constrains all of it to a single page. From mobile to PC hardware, it’s all here. So sit back, read up, and enjoy the barrage of information.

Published on January 9, 2015

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