[Review] Razer Blade 15 RZ09-0369AE22-R3U1: Spectacular

Razer Blade 15 RZ09-0369AE22-R3U1: review
  • 15.6-inch Full HD display with a 144 Hz refresh rate
  • Intel Core i7 10th generation CPU
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Graphics Card (6GB)
  • Connectivity HDMI 2.1 + USB-C + Thunderbolt 3
  • There is no SD card slot
  • It's a fingerprint magnet
Designed by professionals for gaming professionals, the new Razer Blade 15 and 17-inch laptops pack enough power to make you stand out on the battlefield, with the mobility you need to take gaming with you wherever you go.

And in this Razer Blade 15 RZ09-0369AE22-R3U1 review, we will dive deep within the 15-inch model, which has managed to become a standout gaming laptop garnering massive positive reviews despite being a base model. On that note we'll tackle the Razer Blade 15 speakers, battery life, performance on games such as league of legends and much much more. 

LG 27GL83A-B Review of a 27 inch 2K monitor that's crushing it!

                    LG 27GL83A-B: review

  • 27 inch 2K monitor (1440p)
  • FreeSync and G-Sync compatible
  • 144Hz refresh rate
  • Connectivity HDMI + DisplayPort
  • Does not have speakers
  • Short power cord
  • No USB inputs
These days, finding a compelling 2K IPS monitor that's financially accessible to the masses is quite an undertaking. With so many options out there when you search for a 27 inch 2K monitor it can be hard to narrow down on the perfect model. Thankfully, with some models the decision is pretty clear from the beginning, such is the case of the LG 27GL83A-B.

The LG 27GL83A-B is the "younger brother" of the 27GL850 model but has managed to stand up on its own right thanks to its stunning display, state-of-the-art gaming features such as FreeSync and G-sync compatibilities, and, of course, the fact that it's been quickly embraced by hardcore gamers worldwide didn't hurt.  

But is this the best gaming monitor for you? Or would you be better served with a more affordable model such as the immensely popular - and slightly cheaper - AOC C24G1 reviewed a couple of weeks prior? That's what we're here to find out as we uncover everything you need to know about the LG 27GL83A-B.

[Review] Acer SB220Q Bi: A 1080p Budget Monitor For All

Acer SB220Q: review
  • 21.5-inch Full HD display
  • IPS technology with 178º viewing angles
  • Compatible with AMD FreeSync
  • HDMI + VGA connectivity
  • Does not incorporate speakers
  • Not compatible with VESA mounts
The entry range of Acer monitors is, from the outset, an excellent starting point where you can find that ideal low-cost model that's perfect for performing your day-to-day tasks, whether they be office work, multimedia entertainment or even casual gaming. Ultimately, if you're not especially picky about the specs you need on a monitor then this Acer SB220Q bi 21.5-inch Full HD monitor will be a pretty good fit for most of us mortals.

Specifically, this particular monitor has managed to climb onto the top of the best-selling monitors and stay there for quite some time now, garnering thousands of positive reviews. But, is it good enough for you? That's what we're here to find out in this Acer SB220Q bi review.

[Review] AOC C24G1: A 1080p 144 Hz Gaming Monitor For the masses

AOC C24G1: analysis
  • Sleek, curved 1500R design
  • Display Full HD of 24 inches
  • 144 Hz refresh rate
  • HDMI + DisplayPort + VGA ports
  • Does not have stereo speakers
  • Orientation cannot be regulated
Playing newly released video games in all their glory does not necessarily translate into an overly expensive experience as more and more low-cost monitors meet the demands of today's gamer.Such is the case of the AOC C24G1 we're reviewing today. 

Specifically, the C24G1 monitor has managed to capture the imagination of gamers worldwide thanks to its crystal clear image, 144 Hz refresh rate, extensive port selection, and curved display. But, can you really get a good gaming monitor at such a competitive price? Are the thousands of positive reviews to be believed? That's what we're here to dissect as we set out in a quest to do perform the AOC C24G1 review.

ViewSonic XG2402 Review of a good (for its price) gaming monitor

                                        ViewSonic XG2402: Review

  • Full HD 24-inch display
  • AMD FreeSync Technology
  • 144 Hz refresh rate and 1 ms response time
  • USB + HDMI + DP ports
  • Sound quality
  • Limited viewing angles
Are you looking for a monitor that allows you to stand out in those hectic day-to-day gaming sessions? If the answer is yes, you should know that you don't need to break the bank in order to get an awesome gaming monitor. Enter the ViewSonic XG2402, a 24-inch monitor that's managed to carve itself a spot amongst the most popular monitors for gamers on a budget. 

In this ViewSonic XG2402 review we will tackle everything you need to know about one of the most talked about monitors in reddit - and one of the most applauded monitors in terms of customer reviews -. Let's get cracking!

[Review] HP VH240a: Honestly It's nothing to write home about

HP VH240a: review
  • Full HD 23.8 -inch screen
  • IPS technology with 178º viewing angles
  • Adjustable inclination and orientation 
  • HDMI + VGA connectivity
  • Does not have USB-C input
  • Not the best sound quality
These days, getting a good monitor that delivers a modern look, a good display, and varying positions is not that hard of an undertaking. What might be harder is getting one that delivers on all these fronts whilst maintaining a budget-friendly price. However, such is the case of the monitor we're going to talk about today, the HP VH240a.

Let's get one thing out of the way here. This is not a high-end monitor nor does it pretend to be. This is an affordable, entry-level 24-inch monitor that delivers a Full HD resolution, decent color correctness, and very limited connectivity options - ie: forget about the DisplayPort -. 

Having said that, this doesn't mean the monitor is without its virtues and after studying this monitor up close it's no surprise that it's managed to captivate so many users thus far. But should you buy it? That's what we're here to determine. 

[Review] Asus VG248QE: Speed is the Name of the Game

Asus VG248QE: review
  • Panel Full HD of 24 inches
  • 144 Hz refresh rate
  • 1 ms response time
  • Compatible with VESA mounts
  • No USB connectors
  • Low power speakers
When you're a hardcore gamer a regular TV set or standard monitor just won't cut it anymore. You need special specs to get the powerhouse gaming performance you've been searching for, ie: a good refresh rate and a quick GTG response time. Couple that with an extensive connectivity suite and look for all that at a reasonable price and there simply aren't that many monitors out there that measure up.

Having said that, today we're here to talk to you guys about a monitor that certainly does measure up, the Asus VG248QE, a gaming monitor that boasts a massive following due to its balanced specs and reasonable price. But, is this the monitor for you? That's what we're here to find out!

[Review] HP Pavilion 15-ec1073d: Powerful & Affordable at Last!

HP Pavilion 15-ec1073d: review
  • Full HD 15.6-inch display
  • Green backlit keyboard
  • AMD Ryzen 5 hexa-core CPU
  • NVIDIA GeForce 1650 GTX
  • The panel is not IPS
  • 256GB storage
The HP Pavilion 15 lineup is one of the best computing solutions you'll find on the market these days if your goal is to acquire a laptop to play games and perform power-hungry tasks at maximum speed. 

We've recently talked in depth about the Asus A15 TUF506IV-AS76 and now it's time to tackle the HP Pavilion 15-ec1073d, a far more modest approach to the gaming segment that has managed to accrue quite a following - and impressive reviews - amongst those looking for a powerful gaming PC below the 1000 dollar-mark. Now let's get on with this review to find out if this model has what it takes to become your next gaming beast or if it's doomed to fall short.

[Review] Asus TUF506IV-AS76: Not Just a Gamers Dream

                  ASUS TUF506IV-AS76: review

  • Full HD IPS display with a 144 Hz refresh rate
  • RGB backlit keyboard
  • AMD Ryzen 7 octa-core CPU
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060
  • No SD card slot
  • Noisy fans when the system is overworked
Finding a gaming laptop that meets your needs and your budget has never been harder with manufacturers launching new mid-tier models left and right to try and satisfy every possible variation of a customer that could possibly exist.  It used to be simple, you had high-end models and entry-level models, maybe a couple in between but since Asus and Acer stepped into the gaming field things have gotten a lot more diverse - fortunately for us -. 

It is with that in mind that today we've decided to tackle the review of the Asus TUF506IV-AS76. A gaming laptop that's priced within the mid-tier but that will fulfill most user's needs. But don't take our word for it. This laptop has some serious street cred with literally hundreds of clients vouching for it. Without further ado, let's get on with the review!

[Review] Lenovo Ideapad 3 (81WE00NKUS): HD? Seriously?

                        Lenovo Ideapad 3 (81WE00NKUS): Review

  • Sleek, ultrabook design
  • Intel Core i5 quad-core processor
  • SSD storage
  • Wi-Fi 5 wireless connectivity
  • No SD card slot
  • Does not have a backlit keyboard
Finding the perfect laptop is always an issue of striking the perfect balance between what we're willing to pay and what we can't live without. Lenovo, as a premier laptop manufacturer, is very much aware of this and that's why it has managed to conquer a huge market share thanks to its extremely diverse and price-sensitive lineup. 

Having said that, today we're here to tackle a model aimed at powerusers who care more about processing power than they do about other features such as aesthetics or screen resolution. We're talking about the Lenovo Ideapad 3 (81WE00NKUS), a model that has managed to accrue stellar reviews thanks to its blazing fast performance, portable design and generous battery life. Without further ado, let's get on with this review and see what Lenovo is hiding under the hood with this one.