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Users Review of the Month – the best user reviews April
April was a particularly good month for reviews published by users. In the month appeared 19 reviews by readers of Tweakers with a +3 rating and were rewarded 34 reviews were the +2 score ‘good’ rating. In total, there appeared no less than 200 user reviews. There is thus still a long way to ensure the quality of many reviews to get a step up. For this reason, a group of ‘expert reviewers’ the topic Manual “User Product Review” revitalized. So if you’re doing an article and want tips on improving your lot, you can go there.
See all the best and most popular reviews from April
Month User Review is compiled in collaboration with the community. You get a good user review or other user content to written in May? Then you can bring them in:
Product Review of the Month: nominate May 2015
Winner April 2015
+3 NZXT Phantom 820 White review
From the many nominations Foritain appears again to have a real bang written. He discusses this time the NZXT Phantom 820: a pricey tower. The housing is quite large and the review that as well. Foritain seizes the opportunity to post a lot of pictures of the white cabinet and also at the same time he takes the NZXT Kraken X41- and X61-water coolers, the Kraken G10 GPU bracket and GRID + -fancontroller under scrutiny. Enough viewing and reading so at this lovely review.
Other top 4
+3 Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge 32GB Black review
Kiswum was one of the lucky ones who could take part in the Samsung Galaxy S6 test panel and thus a PowerEdge model was reviewing. Let it but to Kiswum about to write an extensive review, including unboxing, extensive photo and video tests and benchmarks. Nice are the facts about the history of Samsung at the beginning. An interesting detail: despite Kiswum is very positive about the S6 Edge, he still prefers to be Sony Xperia Z3 Compact.
+3 Kobo Aura H2O (Black, 6.8 “) review by
Reviews of e-readers we do not see that here soon, and not even in the Review section of the editorial board, incidentally. Fortunately appear there regularly reviews electronic book readers and this article Opinion is a good example. He discusses the Kobo Aura H2O, which has a 6.8 “screen with a resolution of 1440×1080 pixels and backlighting. The review shows that there are about e-readers is to tell enough and the article will be helpful for anyone considering this model to purchase.
+3 Cooler Master B600 ver.2 review
Say you ‘food review “on Tweakers you say -The_Mask-. This time he takes the Cooler Master B600 far. 2 under hands. The food was provided by the manufacturer and “Mask” as to the office of Cooler Master Eindhoven to groove with high-tech measuring equipment on the B600 v2. The power supply, a relatively inexpensive model, scored just adequate.
+3 Sandisk Extreme Pro 960GB SSD Review
by Don Roberto
SanDisk Extreme Pro focuses on, among other gamers and graphics professionals and requires almost 500 euros for this SSD with storage capacity of 960GB. That demands a critical review. Don Roberto is doing all the ins and outs of SSDs in general and this Extreme Pro specifically explained. In addition, he uses great photos (with animated poison!) And lots of benchmarks.
Newcomer March 2015
+3 OnePlus One 64GB Black review
by Famous Copra
The newcomer this month was suggested by the newcomer of last month, Touch Tumbleweed, and also in the comments which contributes to user tips. Thus we see that love of course. “Normally I do not write reviews because I do not have the idea that I have something to say that has not been said,” writes Famous Copra, only to produce a nice piece of text. What language is concerned there is to improve the laws and own pictures missing, but the base is there and it is a valiant first attempt.
Tweak Blog of the Month – April
The megapixel race
The pixel race with cameras will come to an end once. What limits are there where you have to keep in mind if you want to continue to make good sharp pictures at increasingly high resolutions? To answer that question mrc4nl takes you through the history and relevant topics from the camera engineering, physics and mathematics.
Tweakers logo – the making of
by death grunt
The new logo of Tweakers has caused mixed reactions. Fortunately, there is death grunt, the user known as senior designer and specialist corporate branding & mastering or online identities reflects the complex development process and the long and arduous process that precedes the introduction.
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