Eluktronics Review 2018 Have you heard of Eluktronics laptops? You might have not or for some probably have. Well, Eluktronics are an ODM company, and in truth, one that is not...
HP Pavilion Power (15-cb010nr) ReviewA Powerful Laptop with Solid graphics and Performance
The HP Pavilion Power (15-cb010nr) is a solid gaming performer fit for entry-level gaming. Thanks to the modern Quad-core i5-7300HQ processor and Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 card the Pavilion Power is a powerhouse capable of handling visually demanding apps and software. Plus you get a good battery to go along with. Its only caveat is the lackluster display and slow Solid State Drive. Even so, it shows much promise than its predecessor HP Pavilion Power 15t.
MSI GP62MVR Leopard Pro-406 Laptop ReviewPowerful gaming laptop for the gamer on a budget
The MSI GP62MVR Leopard Pro-406 Laptop is a powerful gaming laptop specifically intended for gamers on a budget. It made its debut in the gaming scene owing to a pack of recently released new generation hardware (bound to make you smile). The laptop features Intel’s Core i7-7700HQ processor, 256 GB SSD, decent port selection, a full SteelSeries keyboard, 3GB Nvidia GTX 1060 GPU and a great starting price to crown it. We recommend it as a budget VR ready gaming laptop. That being said, the Acer Aspire V Nitro Black Edition remains our Editor’s choice for under $2,000 dollar gaming laptops.
HP OMEN 870-251 Review (VR Ready Gaming Rig)Simplicity with a slight touch of sophistication
Among its desktop counterparts, the HP Omen 870 is a high achiever. It brags of great aesthetics and performance - a lethal combination bound to peak the interests of every avid gamer. From a distance, the front panel will give you a rush with its bright and illuminating RGB display of colors. Equally impressive are the features under the hood - a 7th generation Intel Core i5-7400 processor, 8GB DDR RAM, 1TB HDD storage and AMD Radeon RX 480 graphics card (with 4GB GDDR5). So is it worth buying? Well, it’s not our Editor’s Choice but makes a solid statement nonetheless, hence receiving our recommended. However, if you’re open to suggestions, we have a couple of other options which you might need to know before checking out. Read on - HP OMEN 870-251 Review.
HP Pavilion Power 580-023w ReviewAn Amazon Favorite Budget and Entry-Level Gaming PC
The HP Pavilion Power 580-023w Desktop brags of great deal besides from decent price. It’s a feature packed system that will get you through gaming on AAA titles. You get your money’s worth in value thanks to a faster processor and high-end Nvidia 1060 graphics card. Still, you will have to uninstalled pre-installed bloatware, upgrade the memory to 16GB and add a solid state drive to make the system snappier. Generally, if you can find it for under $700 it is a great system for users not willing to build their own from scratch. Even though the little case limits expandability, we recommend it for entry-level gamers looking for great performance on the budget.
Dell Inspiron i3668 Review (Core i7-7700)Reliable gaming performance and a great bang-for-buck
Built in a stylish black finished case with streamlined edges (that looks amazing from every angle), the Dell Inspiron i3668 Desktop is a thing of beauty. It packs some solid components that promise reliable gaming performance and a great bang-for-buck. The size of the tower speaks volumes on the welcomed sense of scalability here which budget entry-level gamers and professionals will fall in love with. If you mind spending a fortune on a PC, are looking forward to upgrading and customize, then this is one affordable fit option. It that should work remarkably and save you a few coins at the end of the day.
CUK Axiom TS Review (Tiny 2400G Desktop)Diminutive but Powerful Gaming PC
Although pitched as a mini desktop, the CUK Axiom TS Tiny Gamer Desktop is a powerful gamer. It combines state of the art components including the new Vega graphics and Raven Ridge APU recently released by AMD and announced at the CES. With that, and 8GB DDR4, this 4.8Lb baby delivers an impressive punch in performance. We highly recommend for its undeniably impressive price/performance proposition.
Sceptre C278W-1920R Review (27-inch Curved Monitor)Monitor with an impressive set of specs for its price
Seldom if ever, will you come across a 27-Inch display at the cost the Sceptre C278W-1920R comes at. What's more impressive is that despite costing significantly less than its competitors, there is no compromise in quality. It further comes with features that are currently only present in higher-end displays, such as a curved display and a Display port. If you are on a budget and want to squeeze every little hint of value out of your hard earned money, then the Sceptre C278W-1920R is a choice to really consider.