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Our latest longform features, product reviews, and buying guides. A tech enthusiast must-read.

FreeSync vs. G-Sync: 2017 Update, What You Need to Know

Adaptive sync display technologies from Nvidia and AMD have been on the market for a few years now, however it's just recently that it's become more mainstream with gamers taking the plunge thanks to generous selection, a wide variety of options, and monitor budgets. As both technologies have matured, it's a good time to revisit them to see where the differences lie in mid 2017.

Nintendo 2DS XL Review

If you don't care about 3D anymore-and even Nintendo's interest in it seems to be fading-then the New Nintendo 2DS XL is the absolute best model in Nintendo's line of portable gaming hardware. The New 2DS XL is a successor to, among other things, the 3DS XL, the New 3DS and the 2DS.

OnePlus 5 Review

OnePlus has developed a serious fan following over the last couple of years, driven by their marketing and the highly attractive price of their flagship-quality products. The company is back at it in 2017 with the OnePlus 5, again attempting to dethrone the incumbent champions like Samsung with the best hardware at the lowest possible price.

Huawei P10 Review: A great statement for last year's model

This year Huawei launched a new top-end smartphone, the Huawei P10, along with a larger brother in the P10 Plus. The phone debuted in a time where competitors like Samsung and LG had just launched flagships with larger, bezel-free displays. But rather than innovating in a similar fashion, Huawei opted for a more iterative approach that took the good parts of the P9 and attempted to improve them for 2017.

Core i7-7800X vs. 7700K, 6 or 4 Cores for Gaming?

Although we consider the Ryzen 5 1600 to be the sweet spot for building a new high-end gaming rig, many of you interested in going Intel want to know whether it makes more sense to buy the Core i7-7700K or the new 7800X? There's just a ~$70 difference between the two: the older chip is higher clocked, while the newer CPU gets you two extra cores and access to Intel's latest desktop platform.

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