eTeknix Insider Edition #24
Peter Donnell / 4 years ago
It’s been a quiet week for reviews here at eTeknix, but what we have lacked in quantity we’ve made up in quality, with another great selection of product reviews. We have the OCZ RevoDrive Hybrid 1TB PCI-Express SSD put to the test in our benchmarks to see just how much performance you can pull for a 1TB drive, then for all you HTPC lovers, we have the stunning looking GD-07 HTPC Chassis from Silverstone, where I find out if it really is worth of a spot under you TV, then for all you hardcore racing fans out there we have the ultra premium spec T500RS racing wheel and it’s exclusive F1 wheel attachment put to the test in some of the most popular racing titles around, but can it really be worth £500? and finally for those of you who find those a little (or a lot) on the expensive side of things, we have a more budget friendly review of the upcoming Guns of Icarus multiplayer PC title.
Check out the links below to see how each product got on in our tests, all links open in a new tab.
OCZ RevoDrive Hybrid 1TB PCI-Express Solid State Drive Review
Solid State Drives are the way forward, we all know that and for many reasons. They are VERY fast and operate with a silent operation, as well as being smaller and having a longer life expectancy and these are only the main points to having a solid state drive.
Silverstone GD07 HTPC Chassis Review
Today we’re taking a look at the GD07 Home Theatre PC from Silverstone, the latest revision of their popular HTPC range that allows you a slick and stylish solution to installing a full PC under your TV for use as a media centre and more.
Thrustmaster T500 RS Racing Wheel & Pedals + Ferrari F1 Wheel Attachment PS3/PC Review
Today we are taking a look at the T500 RS Racing Wheel & Pedals from Thrustmaster, a PC and Playstation 3 compatible racing simulation wheel targeted at the racing enthusiast gamer, plus the very special Ferrari F1 wheel attachment optional upgrade for those that prefer a full F1 setup over the standard GT wheel, or of course for those who want the best of both worlds.
Guns of Icarus Online PC Review
This week I have been spending some time with the wonderfully unique airship based online shooter, Gun of Icarus Online, a game currently in Beta and heavy development at Muse Games, an indie studio based in NYC, utalizing the increasingly popular Unity engine.
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