PC & Tech Authority Magazine Issue: July 2016
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Issue: 224 | July 2016

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Articles in this issue

Earthlight: How Australian virtual reality developers are heading into space

Bennett Ring visits NASA to experience a particularly out-there VR innovation.

Futures: What is... Kuvée?

For those who prefer to sip their wine slowly, or have multiple varieties on the go at once, Kuvée is a connected wine bottle that will keep your plonk fresh for a month.

One Minute Review: Corsair K70 Rapidfire RGB keyboard

Corsair continues to impress with the Rapidfire - even if it is all a bit samey.

One Minute Review: Corsair SF Series PSUs

Corsair's new PSU range ticks all the boxes.

One Minute Review: Fitbit Blaze

Fitbit's latest wearable makes a mighty fine case for itself.

One Minute Review: Kingston HyperX Cloud Revolver

Kingston's latest gaming headphones nail gaming audio.

One Minute Review: LG Stylus DAB+ smartphone

Video has not yet killed this radio star.

One Minute Review: Tt esports Level 10 M

Thermaltake's latest mouse is its best yet.

One Minute Review: Tt esports Level 10 M gaming mouse

The BMW-inspired Level 10 brand is back, and its latest mousing iteration blows us away.

Review: Apple iPad Pro 9.7in tablet

Apple has made the best tablet in the world – just be prepared to spend more than the headline price.

Review: Apple iPhone SE

Apple crams all the best bits of its flagship phones into a 4in device, including a great camera and bags of power.

Review: Beelink Z83 Mini PC

If another nano-PC is released in a forest of nano-PCs... does anyone notice?

Review: Dell Inspiron 11 3000

It’s cheap and brash – and it knows it. Despite our qualms over the screen, this is a tempting first laptop.

Review: Linksys AC750 ADSL/VDSL Wi-Fi Modem Router X6200

"The X6200 will be a solid upgrade to most users’ existing modems..."

Review: Linksys Max-Stream AC1900 MU-MIMO Gigabit Router EA7500

Nice for multi-device homes.

Review: Parrot's Zik headphones are totally worth it

They may be over half a grand, but your ears will thank you for the investment.

Review: Samsung T3 portable SSD

For when data transfer speeds and serious capacity are paramount.

Review: the HTC Vive is incomparable

Undoubtedly the best VR headset you can currently buy, but know its limits before you rush in

Review: Thermaltake Core WP100 super tower case

This case is not for the faint-hearted.

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