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TechRadar Roundup

Lenovo G25-10 review

A full HD display with a 144Hz refresh rate available at a sub-$250 pricepoint, the Lenovo G25-10 is something to consider for competitive gamers iching for a functional gaming monitor that won’t break the bank. However, there are better displays available for a similar price.

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Lenovo Yoga 9i Gen 7 review

Everything about the Lenovo Yoga 9i Gen 7 sees significant improvements on top of an already near perfect package from general computing usage to impressive audio/visual performance. Buyers willing to forgive some issues will find the Yoga 9i is still the laptop/tablet hybrid to beat.

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Gaming PCs vs next-gen consoles: which plays the game better?

The past decade has seen a resurgence in the gaming PCs vs next-gen consoles debate as the latest offerings from Sony and Microsoft consolidate higher-end hardware that can play many of the same games that you’d find on a premium gaming PC.

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If you think PC gaming doesn’t have enough stories to tell, you’re wrong

The time of PC Gaming having huge exclusive AAA moments is long gone and that’s totally fine. That’s because as gaming has become more mainstream, the reasons why people game on PC has changed. Some want to play the latest title that pushes their hardware to the max – others to spend long hours practicing for the next Dota tournament.

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