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For creators: the Acer Swift X SFX14-42G-R607 elevates the Acer Swift brand into the creative laptop world, with solid specs delivered at a great price, ...

The Sony X90K is nearly everything you’d want from a mid-range LED 4K TV. For the money, few TVs can match the X90K Series in terms of picture quality and ...

It’s expensive and hard to build a gaming PC right now because many of the key components needed are sold out everywhere you look. If you come across a ...

At a time when curved monitors are ever popular, there are a lot of things to consider than just size when buying a monitor like the MSI MPG ARTYMIS 343CQR. ...

The latest Acer Nitro 5 AN515-58-527S is a reasonably powerful gaming laptop that won’t dig a hole in your bank account. It arrives with a bright 15.6-inch ...

If you can’t decide between a laptop and a tablet, the HP Envy x360 15-eu1026nr could be the best machine for you. Like the 13-inch model we reviewed earlier ...

The Asus TUF Gaming A15 is created for the dedicated esports gamer on a tight budget, packing a high-refresh screen, a graphics card that can drive games ...

Pre-built gaming machines like the CyberpowerPC Gamer Supreme SLC8260A8 are decent alternatives to building your rig, especially now that PC components needed ...

The HP Envy TE02-0042 is a top-tier machine targeted at professional creatives, and it’s got the specs to back that up. HP first announced it during CEC 2022, ...

When shopping for a laptop on a tight budget, options like the HP Chromebook 11a will often pop up – and for a good reason. Chromebooks were designed to offer ...

This year’s Black Friday is happening on November 25th, but the best early deals are starting to gain traction, with discounts to be had on TVs, laptops, ...

Gaming machines like the iBUYPOWER SlateMono 237i are for gamers who like pre-builts, while others just prefer to build their own, filling their machines with ...

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