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Full-Featured Rainbow Typing – TeamWolf VoidRay Mechanical Keyboard Review

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While TKL (ten key-less) keyboards are nice, the majority of typist are accustomed to a full, 104-key layout. TeamWolf knows this more than any other company and has packed a slew of features into their VoidRay keyboard.  This mechanical clicker is packing a full RGB spectrum under each key and, just like the Zhuque, has removable switches.

This is our favorite Teamwolf keyboard so far. It has plenty of features, is an excellent typing experience, and isn’t too hard on the eyes or wallet. This won’t turn into a gush-fest, we promise. There are still a few things that would like to see addressed in the next version.

Check out the video below for our full thoughts.

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CybertronPC had the Touch at PAX East 2016

While they didn’t bring the likes of Optimus Prime or Megatron, CybertronPC was at PAX East this year showing off the new CLX line of powerful and custom gaming desktops and laptops.

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Tinier Typing – TeamWolf Zhuque Keyboard Review

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It’s a brand new day here at TMR as we get our hands on our first TKL mechanical keyboard.  For those that aren’t aware, TKL is an acronym for ten-keyless and refers for a keyboards layout, with the Numpad that’s on the far right of most keyboards being omitted, while the function keys at the top remain. The result is usually a very compact and portable typing product.

We don’t want to give away too much about the review, but the short version is that this is an incredible deal for the money. Watch the video below for our full thoughts.

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Biostar motherboards are switching bios and racing to your desktop

In recent years there’s been a growing trend in the GPU segment of hardware for cards to have two BIOS ROMs. The idea is that if something were to happen to a BIOS, whether it becomes corrupted, updated to an unstable version, or if the card “bricks” from overclocking, that there’s another BIOS that can get the card working again. Its a great feature for overclockers and others who just like to tinker.

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