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LG Gram 17 review: lighter than it looks

Using the LG Gram 17 feels more similar to using a desktop than it does a 13-inch 16:9 screen.There was some ghosting in action scenes, and it was visible enough that I would probably not want to play games on the Gram 17.

Iron Man VR review: a tinfoil knockoff of a truly great Iron Man game

While early trailers might give the impression that Iron Man VR is a gussied-up on-rails shooter, the reality is that Camouflaj has given players nearly complete freedom to soar through the skies as Iron Man.It’s one of Iron Man VR’s best touches, and it did the best job at capturing the character.

Mr. Driller Drill Land Review - Digging Up A Classic

Now, a little over a decade later, Bandai-Namco has decided to unearth one of the most beloved Mr.They're off to visit a new underground amusement park called Drill Land, filled with attractions that very coincidentally are based around the colored-block-drilling gameplay that defines the Mr.

Samsung 870 QVO 1TB SSD review

Our Verdict
The Samsung 870 QVO 1TB is a decent SATA SSD in an age of NVMe PCIe performance, but it's still not quite cheap enough to justify its drawbacks.But is the Samsung 870 QVO 1TB the storage drive to tip us over the edge?

Pokémon Sword and Shield: Isle of Armor review

The new island is a separate area of the Galar region, and it does have its own small storyline to play through.The Isle of Armor is essentially a new wild area to explore, and the closest thing you’ll get to an open-world Pokémon experience.

LG Velvet review: sleek, not smooth

After using it for a week, I can say that the Velvet truly does not look or feel like any LG phone to date, or any other 5G phone out there.The first time you pick up the Velvet, you’ll understand that LG really did go all-in on that bet.

Crucial P2 500GB PCIe M.2 SSD review


Cheap SATA replacement


Performance could vary between drives

The Crucial P2 500GB isn't quite the SSD we were expecting it to be.You'd think this budget drive would take after the P1, a quad-level cell (QLC) SSD released towards the tail-end of 2018.

Best Shots Review: Green Lantern 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular (7/10)

But thanks to the intergenerational nature of the Green Lantern Corps, DC’s Green Lantern 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular has nostalgia to offer for fans of any age, even if it doesn’t quite have enough real estate to dig too deeply into any particular characters.Chances are, if there’s a major Green Lantern creator over the past few decades you’ve admired, they’re in this book, ranging from seminal GL superstar Geoff Johns to Kyle Raynor creators Ron Marz and Darryl Banks to the recently departed Denny O’Neil.