For wealthy gamers, the Razer Core might be a dream come true. For the rest of us, it's worth waiting a little longer.
Nine years after it launched the XG Station external graphics card, ROG decides it's time for an upgrade: the VR-capable XG Station 2. Better late than never, right?
The proof-of-concept motherboard-chassis hybrid combines to make it easier to install new components, but it's not perfect.
This plug is smart enough to know when its outlet doesn't have power, and uses cellular signal to keep you informed.
The Creative Sound Blaster X7 offers a ridiculous number of features for the money and sound quality is generally very good, but its appeal is limited.
Leia is a new technology that aims to revive interest in glasses-free 3D display.
The Monster Central Power Control Kit sits behind the competition on features, making its $140 price point completely outlandish.
Hook the Apogee One to an iPhone or iPad, and you can make high quality recordings at just about any location.
If you find it at a discount, the Anker 24W USB charger is an excellent option for powering multiple smartphones or tablets while on the road.
A 12-volt car charger may be just a car charger, but the ReVive PowerUp 3P boasts a clever design and useful features.
Lian Li still builds the most elegant cases in the market. The PC-A75's biggest problem is that for AU$100 less, you can get a more innovative, refined steel case whose only sin is that it's heavier.
We're quite sure the Vengeance C70 will be home to some great mods — considering the price though, we'd have hoped for some more fit and finish.
It's clear that a lot of thought has gone in to the Obsidian 550D. If your ultimate goal is quietness and you can get away with a mid-tower, definitely give this one a look.
The Shinobi XL has quite a bit of flexibility if you choose to build up a highly custom rig — we'd just like a little more attention spent on the fit and finish.
At AU$59, it's hard to complain too much about the Elite 120 Advanced's lack of flexibility. A mid-ranged system should be perfectly happy inside it. Still, unless you're space challenged, it's worth springing more cash on BitFenix's Prodigy instead.
We like the HAF XM; at AU$149, it gives you huge bang for buck, is well constructed and supports a variety of builds. Recommended.
The Novatel Wireless MiFi Liberate is arguably the best mobile router AT&T has offered yet.
The UP series comes with an inbuilt question: are you happy to spend more money for the best quality components, or would you prefer to spring for boards that offer better bang for buck?