I’d like to post a Corsair Glaive RGB gaming mouse review because I have been using this mouse for a while now and it is better than I first thought it’d be.
Although the first thing you’ll notice about the Corsair Glaive is the high price point, it backs it up with features and build quality that is hard to find in a lot of gaming mice on the market today.
You can find some of the best pre-built gaming PCs for under $1000 today if you know what to look for in terms of performance power. Let’s find out what’s going on inside of 10 of the top PCs that are on the market today.
It’s not all about how cool a computer looks or that you spent a crazy amount on one. It all comes down to what’s going on inside of the PC, the power per dollar spent is what counts most.
Understanding the hardware and choosing a PC that fits your ideal level of performance – that should be your goal when looking for a good gaming PC!
It’s time to review the Skytech Archangel II gaming PC. It has newer hardware compared to the older iteration, but does the power per dollar make sense? Is it worth getting over the other desktops on the market? Let’s find out!
I did a review of the original Skytech Archangel desktop a long while ago. This new version has been increasing in popularity just recently which boasts having newer hardware, but it’s also higher priced.
As always, I’ll be going over all of the hardware included with the Skytech Archangel II and share whether or not it’d be recommended for the price.
It’s time to review the CyberPowerPC Gamer Master GMA6400CPG desktop gaming PC since it seems to be a popular desktop on Amazon right now. We’ll be taking a look inside to see if the hardware is worth the price.
Whether you’re buying a pre-built or building your own gaming PC you need to understand how much each part is worth and then you can know if the final price is at a fair point.
For the most part, pre-built PCs have a big gap of profit when comparing the prices of the parts to the PC itself but in today’s market, pre-built PCs make a lot more sense to consider buying over a custom PC build.
It’s time to review the iBUYPOWER AM003i gaming PC and we’re doing a review since it’s a top selling pre-built desktop on Amazon right now and it’s good to know what you’re getting per dollar spent. In today’s world of gaming rigs, it makes more sense to get a pre-built due to the increase in the overall price in PC hardware.
This pre-built is packed with high powered hardware along with some nice features to boot. If you’re looking for something that will provide top-notch VR gaming performance and/or the necessary specifications for full-time content creation then something like this might have to be on your radar.
It’s time to review the Furmax gaming chair since it’s the once I decided on while looking for something comfortable that wouldn’t absolutely break the bank. Question is, is the Furmax gaming chair comfortable enough for what you pay?
When I think of someone in the market for a chair of any kind for their PC I think that they are simply looking for something that is comfortable, that it’ll last a long while and that it doesn’t cost too much for what it is.
That’s what I’ll go over here. I’ve had enough time with chair to say whether or not it’s a winner.
If you’re looking for a cheap RGB keyboard that is loaded with lighting options and feels great to use whether it’s general use or gaming then look no further than this gaming keyboard from Pictek.
After using it for almost a week now I’ve felt that it was a good time to get it going with a review. It is a lot better than I expected, much like how my first impressions of the Pictek gaming mouse was.
Although not truly mechanical, it “feels mechanical” while still being a membrane keyboard. I’ll explain later on. They did a good job making it feel mechanical, that’s for sure!
It’s time to review the Pictek gaming mouse since we’ve had some time to get some personal experience with it. A mouse needs to be packed with cool features for it to be considered one of the best mice for a low price, but does Pictek deliver on that?
We’ve had plenty of experience with the mouse to answer that and it’s best to go over everything that this mouse has in store. There is more to it than what you’d think!
Let’s review the No Compromise Gaming website and find out if it’s worth your time to rent a gaming PC and whether or not they’re a legit service. No Compromise Gaming is all about being able to set up a monthly payment structure to get a gaming PC build shipped to you without the expensive upfront cost.
When I first came across No Compromise Gaming I saw that there were plenty of good customer reviews and the website was easy enough to use, it doesn’t seem like a bad idea – especially for those that are low on credit.
My biggest concern is how much power you’re getting per dollar spent which will be the main point we go over.
It’s about that time to review the CyberPowerPC Gamer Xtreme GXIVR8020A4 model since it seems to be selling well on Amazon, it boasts having amazing hardware and it is at a decent price point. The only way to know is to take a look inside for yourself to see what you’re really getting with this PC.
Previous reviews have been done here with other CyberPowerPC computers, more specifically with the Gamer Xtreme GXiVR8020A2 model – this new model is an upgrade from the last iterations since new hardware has been released since then.
This is great because if this PC follows suit with the past then that means that you’re getting very close to having the right amount of power per dollar spent which is hard to find with most pre-built gaming PCs.