Adata XPG SX8200 480GB NVMe SSD Review (0)
Posted at 17 May 2018 17:52 CEST

Welcome to Myce’s review of the Adata XPG SX8200 480GB NVMe SSD (hereafter referred to as the SX8200).
The SX8200 uses Micron’s second generation 64 layer 3D NAND and Silicon Motion’s SM2262 Controller and Adata promises an outstanding level of performance to satisfy the demands of the PC enthusiast.
The use of SLC caching plus a DRAM buffer does bode well so please read on to see what we make of the SX8200.


dodocool DA158 Bluetooth ANC High Resolution Headphones (0)
Posted at 06 April 2018 11:26 CEST

Welcome to Myce’s review of the dodocool ANC Bluetooth Headphones (Model DA158).
dodocool is a Chinese manufacturer that is targeting the accessory market with high quality products, at aggressive price points. With the DA158 dodocool offers a set of quality, bluetooth, ‘noise cancelling’ headphones, with above average performance, that sit at a price point above typical entry point products, but well below professional grade products. Please read on to see if we feel that dodocool has pulled this off.


Toshiba Q300 PRO 1024GB SSD Review (0)
Posted at 05 March 2018 13:16 CEST

Welcome to Myce’s review of the Toshiba Q300 PRO 1024GB SATA SSD (hereafter referred to as the Toshiba Q300 PRO).
The Toshiba Q300 PRO was launched back in 2016. I think it is fair to say that although it was considered to be a strong performer, with strong endurance, it was thought by many to be overpriced.
Now it is being discounted, I feel it is worth seeing how it stands up to recent products such as the Samsung 860 PRO – please read on to find out.


Samsung 860 PRO 256GB SATA SSD Review (0)
Posted at 05 February 2018 14:26 CEST

Welcome to Myce’s review of the Samsung 860 PRO 256GB SATA SSD (hereafter referred to as the Samsung 860 PRO).
The Samsung 860 PRO is the successor to Samsung’s very successful 850 PRO.
The Samsung 860 PRO uses Samsung’s latest 64 layer, V-NAND 2bit MLC technology, and the newly designed MJX controller. It is available in three form factors – 2.5 inch, M.2 2280, and mSATA.
It will be interesting to see how the Samsung the 860 PRO compares to the Samsung 860 EVO, which recently set new records for an SATA drive in many of our tests.
Let the battle of 2 bit, MLC NAND (the 860 PRO) versus 3 bit, TLC NAND with clever SLC Write Cache technology (the 860 EVO) commence…


Crucial MX500 1TB SSD Review (0)
Posted at 28 January 2018 20:19 CEST

Its not easy reach the top and Crucial has done this many times in the past, but it even harder to stay at the top. With the release of the MX500 SSD that comes with the new second generation of 3D TLC NAND, Crucial is aiming again for the the top. So read this review to find out all about the Crucial MX500.


Samsung 860 EVO 250GB SATA SSD Review (0)
Posted at 23 January 2018 16:00 CEST

Welcome to Myce’s review of the Samsung 860 EVO 250GB SATA SSD (hereafter referred to as the Samsung 860 EVO).
The Samsung 860 EVO is the successor to Samsung’s very successful 850 EVO.
The Samsung 860 EVO uses Samsung’s latest 64 layer, V-NAND 3bit MLC technology, and a newly designed MJX controller. It is available in three form factors – 2.5 inch, M.2 2280, and mSATA.
Samsung promises better sequential and random performance as well as improved endurance. Please read on to see how the 860 EVO performs.


Toshiba AL14SXB90EN 900GB SAS 3 Enterprise HDD (0)
Posted at 08 December 2017 15:56 CEST

Welcome to Myce’s review of the Toshiba AL14SXB90EN 900GB SAS 2 Enterprise HDD (hereafter referred to as the AL14SXB).
I have reviewed one of Toshiba’s 15,000 RPM, 2.5inch form factor, HDDs before, the Toshiba AL13SXB600N, which used a SAS 2 6Gbit/s interface (you can see this review by clicking here). The new AL14SXB90EN uses a SAS 3, 12 Gbit/s interface so it’s going to be interesting to see how they compare – please read on to learn what we find.


A quick look on the Corsair Glaive and the Polaris MM800 (0)
Posted at 04 December 2017 11:22 CEST

Today i am taking a quick look on the Corsair Glaive mouse, and the Polaris MM800 RGB mousepad, lets find out how well they perform but also check what extra the Corsair CUE software has to offer. Continue reading to find out more.


Corsair K70 LUX RGB keyboard (0)
Posted at 25 November 2017 19:50 CEST

  Product: Corsair K70 LUX RGB Reviewed by: Antonis Sapanidis   When I think about it, it’s funny to remember myself a few years ago sending two or three keyboards directly to the trash can every year. And there wasn’t anything wrong with most of them, other than the fact that I broke them all […]


DVDFab Movie Server from Fengtao Software (0)
Posted at 21 November 2017 15:06 CEST

Review of DVDFab’s 4K UHD Blu-ray Media Player / Movie Server designed with the intention to serve as the home multimedia center of DVDFab’s software customers, so that they can manage and watch their DVDs, Blu-rays, 4K Ultra HD Blu-rays and other videos processed by the DVDFab 10 software in one place.


WD Blue 3D 1TB SATA SSD Review (0)
Posted at 16 October 2017 18:56 CEST

Welcome to Myce’s review of the WD Blue 3D 1TB SATA SSD (hereafter referred to as the WD Blue 3D).
Having published many Enterprise Storage reviews this is my first review of a Client (or Consumer) grade SSD.
The WD Blue 3D is a state of the art SATA SSD using 64 layer 3D BiCS (‘Bit Cost Scalable’) TLC NAND. It is available in two form factors – 2.5” and M.2 2280.
On the face of it the WD Blue 3D offers excellent performance at an excellent price – please read on to see what we find.


Toshiba OCZ TR200 480GB review (0)
Posted at 11 October 2017 13:03 CEST

Today I am taking a look at the new Toshiba OCZ TR200 SSD, the drive is targeted to those that are on the look for value SSD, the TR200 also used the latest 64 layer BiCS TLD NAND, so you should get an excellent value for money and the latest technology that Toshiba has to offer when it comes to NAND, So lets find out more about the performance of the TR200 SSD.


Crucial BX300 SSD review – The value for money option? (0)
Posted at 08 October 2017 20:38 CEST

Crucial had the BX200 as the only option for those that were on the look for a budget SSD, and it was a good drive as long as you were ready to live with the TLC NAND, Now Crucial has released the BX300 an SSD that has the brand new 3D MLC NAND and want to follow in the steps of the Crucial BX100. So lets find out if the Crucial BX300 can do that.


Hyperx Alloy FPS – A gaming keyboard (0)
Posted at 30 September 2017 14:48 CEST

HyperX makes some very fast SSD’s, excellent RAM, they also make keyboards, mice, headphones, and today I am taking a look at the HyperX Alloy FPS keyboard. This keyboard is mechanical and has the Cherry MX Blue switches. So lets see what else it has to offer.


Corsair Neutron NX500 NVMe SSD review (0)
Posted at 23 September 2017 13:40 CEST

Corsair has a new NVMe SSD, the Neutron NX500, and according to them this is they fastest drive that that they have. So lets find out how fast is the Corsair Neutron NX500, and discover everything that there is to know about its performance in this in depth review.


Toshiba Exceria Pro MicroSDXC UHS-I Card 128GB (M402) Review (0)
Posted at 11 September 2017 00:30 CEST

Welcome to Myce’s review of the Toshiba Exceria Pro M402 series of MicroSD cards.

The M402 series is a range of large capacity, high speed MicroSD storage cards that can be used to add data storage capacity to many modern electronic devices such as cameras and mobile phones.


Samsung T5 Portable SSD 1TB Review (0)
Posted at 18 August 2017 13:37 CEST

Welcome to Myce’s review of the Samsung T5 Portable SSD (hereafter referred to as the T5).
The Samsung T5 is a highly portable, high speed storage device, which could be used for carrying large amounts of data from one location to another; simply transfer the data you want to take to the new location onto the T5, stick the T5 in your pocket, arrive at the other location; plug the T5 into the new host PC or laptop, then copy the files over to the new host PC or laptop at lightning speed.
My myce.com colleague Wendy Robertson reviewed the previous version of the Samsung Portable SSD, the T3, and found it to be an outstanding product (You can read Wendy’s review of the T3 by clicking here). The T5 takes a step forward by providing support for connection to a computer via a USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10Gbps) port, whereas the T3 is limited to a USB 3.0 (5Gbps) connection.
The T5 also introduces the use of Samsung’s fourth generation 64-layer MLC V-NAND. Please read on to see what we make of the T5.


Looking at the three windows power modes, and the impact on SSD performance (0)
Posted at 03 August 2017 14:51 CEST

There are three modes on the edit power options menu in control panel, and the idea is simple, either get the maximum performance from your system, or go to the other extreme and save as much power as possible. There is also the default mode called balanced mode, that will bride the other two modes, but how much can those three settings affect the speed of your SSD? Lets find find out.


Corsair Strafe keyboard, a quick look (0)
Posted at 21 July 2017 15:11 CEST

Today I am taking a quick look on the Corsair Strafe keyboard, it comes with Cherry MX RED switched, and also it had RED LED’s. So lets take a closer look.


NordVPN review – is this banana republic VPN provider any good? (3)
Posted at 14 July 2017 19:54 CEST

In this review we’re going to look at the service provided by VPN provider NordVPN. We’re going to look at its privacy protection features, region unblocking functionality, usability and the speed you can expect when browsing and downloading through the VPN.


Toshiba N300 6TB High Reliability HDD Review (0)
Posted at 12 July 2017 16:19 CEST

Welcome to Myce’s review of the Toshiba N300 6TB SATA High Reliability HDD.


Corsair Vengeance 2666MHz RGB DDR4 RAM review (0)
Posted at 16 June 2017 13:31 CEST

Corsair is not stranger when it comes to RAM, they have manage to release some RAM modules that were outstanding, and also pushed the speed of their RAM products to its max. However this days speed is only one part of the reason on why you buy your RAM, the aesthetics of the RAM is another reason, and so far Corsair has done a great job at this. Now they have pushed things even further simply by introducing the Vengeance RGB DDR4 RAM. So lets take a closer look on the Corsair Vengeance DDR4 RGB RAM and its performance.


Ballistix Elite 3466MHz DDR4 RAM review (0)
Posted at 06 June 2017 13:45 CEST

The Ballistix Elite DDR4 RAM has been updated, on size and it also got a small boost on the speed, now the top DDR4 RAM that Ballistix has to offer can reach a maximum speed of 3466Mhz, so let find you how the preform.


Lexar Tough 128GB Jumpdrive review (0)
Posted at 04 May 2017 08:32 CEST

Not everyone want a flash drive just to move data from one place to another, some of us need o have a large drive with us all time and also a must is that the drive will be able to handle rough conditions. Lexar’s Tough USB3.1 flash drive is here to rescue you, so lets take a look on what it has to offer and how it performs.


Seagate Barracuda 2TB hard drive review (0)
Posted at 18 April 2017 13:01 CEST

Today I will be taking a quick look on the Seagate 2TB barracuda hard drive. So lets find out how it performs.