Daily Reviews for July 23

NZXT Phantom 410 Case Review @ Ninjalane

The Phantom 410 leads the charge by offering color combinations from Black, Red, Gun Metal, Pink and White. Several of these colors are only offered in limited edition runs allowing for even more variety in color and accent trims. Today we will be looking at a white Phantom 410 with blue accent coloring.

Kingston SSDNow V200 128GB SSD Review @ Legit Reviews

If you thought you couldn't afford a decent SSD, you may just be wrong. Kingston's V200 series drives are aimed at the cost conscious consumer yet carry some nice performance numbers of 300MB/s reads and 190MB/s writes. With pricing well below $1 per usable GB, there's little reason to sit and wait on a spinning platter drive. Check out the specifics like the nicely appointed bundle in the article.

SteelSeries Diablo III Mouse Review @ Madshrimps

The latest mouse we are reviewing is Diablo III themed and powered with a 5700CPI Avago laser sensor. The chassis is lightweight, ambidextrous and features a total of 8 buttons (one of them being the CPI toggle button). The Diablo III mouse does not have multi-colored LED lighting or LCD display underneath and is priced more competitively than the Xai or Sensei, which have a similar shape.

OCZ Agility 4 256GB SSD Review @ RWLabs

When it comes to solid state drives, capacity equals performance for the most part. With LSI SandForce Driven SATA drives performance climbs as capacity goes up, typically until the 240GB drive size where, performance is maximized. Marvell based drives are a little different though. Drives based on Marvell Silicon, like the OCZ Technologies Agility 4 we are reviewing today follow a different performance path.

NZXT Aperture M Multi-Media Hub @ Pro-Clockers

The new Aperture M is definitely a simple tool like all the other readers out there but NZXT had enough imagination to make it flow with today’s popular styled cases. The Aperture M has the same mesh material that we see on a large majority of the cases on the shelf at your local electronic store. By doing this the builder can keep the mesh style flowing.

CM Storm Trigger Keyboard Review @ Hardware Secrets

When we tested the CM Storm QuickFire Pro keyboard, we pointed out that it was a simple model, with neither extra USB ports nor programmable functions, and it had only a few illuminated keys. Now the company is releasing the Trigger, which is basically a more advanced version of the QuickFire Pro, with everything that was missing previously. Let's describe the product and then evaluate the new features.

Corsair Vengeance 1500 Dolby 7.1 USB Gaming Headset @ TechwareLabs

Getting into your game means hearing all that the developers intended. Much of your gaming experience is lost by plugging yourself into a cheap headset of going with lesser quality where audio is concerned. If you want to get the most out of your music and games you will want to read our review of the Corsair Vengeance 1500 7.1 USB headset. We test the Corsair 1500 to see if it is worth your money and what it brings to your experience.

WD TV Live Digital MultiMedia Player @ Benchmark Reviews

Until recently digital multimedia could only be enjoyed on the computer, and with some extra effort it could be shared onto a portable electronic device. But high-definition movies and music are really best enjoyed on a home theater system, with larger screen and powerful speakers. Now that HDTVs and wireless networking are commonplace an era of attached digital media players has begun, and the WD TV Live helps make the transition easy. In this article Benchmark Reviews tests the WD TV Live high-definition digital media player, model WDBHG70000NBK-HESN, and we evaluate how well it entertains us.