Today, that’s not so much the case. Sure, you can save a decent chunk of cash with building your own rig but not everyone wants to do that. It’s nice to be able to take the PC out of the box, plug it in, turn it on and be ready to go.
The Blaze II gaming PC from Skytech is a pretty decent choice when it comes to all of the pre-built PCs out there and I’d like to go into detail what it is all about!
I noticed that the SkyTech Archangel gaming computer on Amazon was selling well after an update so I figured it’d be a good idea to look it over and review it!
For the most part, pre-built PCs rip you off – especially when you don’t take a look on what’s in on the inside. It’s one thing to read the product reviews on Amazon itself but it’s a whole different story when you understand what’s really going on with the hardware of a pre-built.
We have an in-depth review of the SkyTech Shiva gaming computer for those of you that want to understand what is inside before you go ahead get it for yourself.
We’ve gone over other SkyTech PCs in the past and they’ve held their own in terms for longevity and power per dollar spent. We’ll go over everything there is to know about the Shiva gaming PC to see if it is a rig worthy for gaming performance in 2019 and beyond.
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 Skytech Shadow gaming computer since it’s one of the top 100 sold PCs on Amazon. Is it really good enough for what you pay?
People that are new to the world of PC gaming never really look at or even know what to look at when trying to see whether or not a PC is worth picking up. Most of the time, the hardware inside doesn’t match up for what you pay for.