User Review of the month – the best user reviews from September




September was another good month for the users reviews too: there were a total of 202 new user reviews posted by you, of which 53 were valued with the predicate ‘good’, while 19 reviews assessed as ‘excellent’.

About this time the winner had to be little. Discussion In the nomination topic a review from strikingly different angles emerged: that of the AOC Professional q2770pqu by Kid Jansen. There was so much ambiguity that was even very little said about the other four spots. From the archive, however, proved enough to sit of high quality.

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Product Review of the Month October 2014

Winner of September 2014
Kid Jansen

AOC Professional Q2770PQU Black review

by Kid Jansen


Pretty much everything you want to know about a monitor is discussed in this review of the AOC Q2770pqu. The author tests include white balance, color gamut, color depth and clarity, and each test is nicely accompanied by tables and graphs. Also the pictures of the viewing angles are not missing. Does the professional test about? That’s right: it is in fact appeared in English in Central and AOC TFT monitor for testing purposes provided. Given the publication of the user reviews the piece deserves anyway users review the title of the month of September.
Other top four

CM Storm Nova Touch TKL review

by pclinde


Many users come to a review of a keyboard may not go beyond “uh, he types it good?” Otherwise pclinde. His discussion of the Cooler Master Storm Nova Touch TKL is generous and is required reading and viewing fodder for anyone interested in keyboards, if only to get to the question of what hybrid capacitive switches his answer.

Roccat Kone XTD Optical review

by Foritain


Foritain is a frequent guest in this series and this month he was brought up again; this time with a review of the Roccat Kone XTD mouse for gamers. The high-end Kone XTD is not cheap, Foritain concludes, but with his material, extra features and striking LED lighting, provides the model does the luxuries that you may expect.

Sony Xperia Z3 Compact 16GB Orange Review

by LoeWn


The Sony Xperia Z3 Compact not only appeared in an editorial review , several users have also published a review of the device. One of those articles was two weeks over 1500 views: the review of LoeWn. The article describes a personal way how he came to the choice of the unit and what he finds there. Furthermore, there is plenty to come, including benchmarks and a lot with the camera captured photos to a decision. Reader Also, an image of a water-submerged Xperia Compact Z3 is not lacking.
Kid Jansen

WeLoop Tommy Black review

by RobertowNL


The interest in smart watches is great. This review RobertowNL is not just about an interesting device, but is also just very good. RobertowNL has experience with Pebble and Android wear and using that knowledge, he discusses the smart watch in great detail. His conclusion is that Tommy is potentially a nice smart watch, but that should be there. Still solved a few things

Check out the most popular and highly rated user reviews from September
Tweak Blog of the Month – September

Radiant! (Beamer repair)

by Sebastius


We have this posting Bas Craft Blog are chosen but we actually believe that everyone should read the articles. These tweaker at heart Here he describes patching up a projector, but also because of prior text on repairing an iMac is pleasant reading.

Adventures of a hobby revie … ohhh cookies!

by Foritain


That Foritain not only good user can write reviews but fun blog postings he once again proves with this article. Especially lovers of Cooking items on Tweakers will appreciate it!

Everything needs (broken) run

by Infant


The blog of Infant, we have been here before and the attention this month is a good reason to do so again. Infant describes a new episode in its efforts to repair “an unprecedented ability to destroy themselves on their own.” An electric bike There is a fun ‘there, i fixed IT’ photograph.


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