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Tom Clancy’s The Division review: Bow before the Grind

I’ve put off reviewing The Division for too long. I “finished” it a few weeks ago, insofar as you can finish any game of its ilk, but I kept thinking I might go back and wrap up some loose threads, find some more meaningless doodads and kill more dudes in hoodies. It’s not to be. The spell is broken. The ... Read More »

Dell XPS 15 Review: A great laptop gets bigger and a little better

It doesn’t take a genius to realize that when you hit pay dirt, you might do so again if you keep digging in the same area. That’s the tack Dell takes with its redesigned XPS 15 laptop: It’s easily summed up as a bigger, more powerful version of the super-popular XPS 13. Bigger isn’t always better, of course, but in ... Read More »

Buffalo AirStation Extreme WXR-1900DHPD review: Open-source firmware is supposed to be a good thing

Fans of open-source software might initially find Buffalo’s WXR-1900DPHD appealing because it uses the open-source DD-WRT firmware. This firmware is famous for unlocking hardware features that router manufacturers choose not to expose to end users for one reason or another. But that’s not the case here, because Buffalo chose the underdeveloped DD-WRT NXT build, which is stable but not at ... Read More »

Linksys EA7500 Wi-Fi router review: MU-MIMO made affordable (but no more useful)

Linksys thinks MU-MIMO is the EA7500’s key selling point. It’s not. While this might be the least-expensive router to support MU-MIMO, that technology is just too new and under-supported on the client side to be anything other than a checklist item. Fortunately for Linksys, the EA7500 includes most of the features that do matter, and it delivers strong performance in general—particularly in the ... Read More »

Sapphire Nitro R9 Fury graphics card review: Fast, furious, and ridiculously quiet

There are no bad graphics cards, only poorly priced graphics cards. Shifting MSRPs can sway recommendations in the blink of an eye. Consider the fierce battle going on in the $500 to $600 range: When AMD’s Radeon R9 Fury launched, it delivered great bang-for-buck for people wanting a bit more oomph than the GeForce GTX 980, but who couldn’t drop ... Read More »

Breville BES870XL Barista Express Espresso Machine Review

The Good: Anyone who uses this machine for even a short period of time will appreciate the quality of the espresso it can make. It comes with an integrated grinder which means you don’t need to have a separate grinder just to grind the coffee beans. Another great thing about this machine is that it has a lot of adjustable ... Read More »

OCZ Trion 150 review: A true budget SSD competitor

When OCZ told me it was sending a Trion 150 for testing, I was hesitant. I had reviewed the TLC NAND-based Trion 100, the company’s first SSD since being acquired by Toshiba. To put it mildly, I was not a fan, and hardly relished the chance that I might have to again bash one of my favorite storage companies. Well, ... Read More »

Review: Meet the Nextbit Robin, an Android phone that never lets you run out of space

The stylish Robin automatically backs up your apps, bringing some much-needed innovation to the Android world. Similar Mobile View the transcript More Mobile Now Playing Review: Meet the Nextbit Robin, an Android phone that never lets you run out of space (2:46) Most Memorable Moments of MWC 2015 (3:23) Samsung Galaxy S7 rumor roundup(5:02) When are VR and AR coming ... Read More »

Website-Builder.com Review: Make Creative Websites like a Pro

The presence of unlimited number of free website builder online is attracting large number of clients for industries/niches which requires attractive and impressive website to attract the visitors but they either they don’t have technical knowledge or they want to get their work done totally hassle free. For the purpose of creation of websites, there are many online website builder,who ... Read More »