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Where Gigabyte gaming laptops have been quietly very good, the Aorus 15 is a little louder - but not in the way I’d like it to be.
The Cooler Master SK630's flat laptop feel might appeal to some, but awkward ergonomics and a lack of premium features make it a questionable value proposition.
The SecureData BT SSD uses your phone for administration and unlocking. It's also handsome and a good performer.
SpyOff is unique in allowing you to install the VPN on an unlimited number of devices, but other than that, it's a middling service with a higher-than-average price.
Inkle's archaeological adventure is rough around the edges, but Heaven's Vault's unique language translation mechanic and its effect on player choice more than make up for it.
The Logitech Z606 5.1 Surround Sound Speaker System lets you wirelessly stream audio from Bluetooth-enabled devices
Interactive-form creation and side-by-side document comparison round out this capable PDF editor.
It’s not cheap but it's far from overpriced, and the spec sheet on the MSI Trident X ticks far too many boxes to get tripped up by lacklustre looks.
Anno 1800 bolsters the hybrid city-builder-slash-strategy series with some quality-of-life improvements and truly impressive technical feats, but old interface issues continue to hold it back.
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Lenovo's Legion Y7000 is a smart, sophisticated gaming laptop that will perform admirably for at least a few years—and at a competitive price point.
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