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The ROG Swift PG43U is one of the latest additions to the lineup of Republic of Gamers monitors from ASUS. With a huge 43-inch VA display panel, 4K resolution, 1ms response time, 144Hz refresh rate, G-Sync compatibility, and HDR 1000, it promises an immersive gaming experience, top-notch visuals, smooth gameplay, and no input lag. This is the largest gaming monitor that we have ever tested, so you can imagine how curious we were to see it in action. Read this review to find out whether the ASUS ROG Swift PG43U is the right option for you:
The Trust GXT 900 Kudos is an affordable mouse that promises excellent performance at a reasonable price. Featuring an ultra-fast 15000 dpi optical sensor, RGB lights, a lightweight body, and an ergonomic shape, this mouse can make you wonder whether it should be your next acquisition. Read this review and see what we liked and what didn't like about the Trust GXT 900 Kudos :
BenQ EW2780Q is an affordable monitor, designed for home entertainment. It looks good, it has decent specs, a reasonable price, and a joystick on the back that makes it easy to set it up according to your needs. We used it daily, for three weeks, as our primary monitor, and now we are ready to share our experience with it. Read this review, and find out whether BenQ EW2780Q is worth your money:BenQ EW2780Q: Who is it good for?
This monitor is a suitable choice for the following types of users:
Trust GXT 256 Exxo is a new USB microphone that is designed for people that are into streaming, podcasting, voice-overs, and acoustic music. It has quite an aggressive look and an RGB-like lighting system. While we are not yet active on YouTube, we are playing with recording all kinds of multimedia materials that we could use in the future. Trust GXT 256 Exxo seemed like a good fit for us, so we decided to test it and review it. If you are interested in buying the Trust GXT 256 Exxo, read this review and see what it has to offer:
The Xbox Game bar from Windows 10 is probably the best thing that Microsoft could have done for gamers. It allows you to easily access and control all kinds of useful things during gameplay, such as sound controls, performance statistics, or framerate. It can record all your gameplay, take screenshots, and it even lets you play your favorite music on Spotify without having to exit or Alt + Tab your game. If you're curious to know the best things you can do with the Xbox Game bar on Windows 10, read on:
If you're a gamer, the Xbox Game bar is one of the best features of Windows 10. It gives you access to the so-called Xbox DVR, which is another way of saying that it lets you record the screen and take screenshots of the games you are playing. The Xbox Game bar is also the one thing that you need if you want to chat with fellow gamers without having to leave your game, and without having to resort to third-party tools. However, before you can use everything it has to offer, you must first know how to enable and open the Xbox Game bar in Windows 10.
Gamers love to record their gameplay, and Microsoft has been working hard to make Windows 10 the most gaming-friendly operating system ever. One of its most useful gaming features is the Xbox Game bar, which, among others, lets you record game clips and take screenshots while you play your favorite games. If you want to learn how to record gameplay on Windows 10, as well as how to take screenshots of your games, read this guide:
Windows 10 is versatile when it comes to customization, and changing its theme lets you modify several of its elements at the same time. You can change the background, the color, the sound, and the mouse cursor whenever you choose a new theme. This tutorial illustrates how to change the theme on your Windows 10 computer or device:
Did you know that you can buy Xbox One games from Amazon and redeem them on your Xbox console? Or that you can purchase an Xbox Gift Card from Amazon and apply it to your Xbox account to purchase games from the Microsoft Store? You can also give them away as a present to a friend or family member. Here is how to buy Xbox Gift Cards and games from Amazon and redeem Xbox digital codes from Amazon:
If you're using a computer with an AMD Radeon graphics card, and you install the official Adrenalin drivers, you may encounter an annoying feature: when you are playing games or using full-screen apps, you see a Radeon Software prompt in the corner of the screen, prompting you to press ALT+R to open. If you want to get rid of the overlay showing this message, read this tutorial: