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What product would you like to see us review that we haven't yet?

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Red Scarlet X. It costs (more like starts) around the price of many professional grade 4K cameras and it has options (like every other professional grade camera) that run into the ludicrous territory. But I'd love to see a Linus/Edzel/Slick take on the camera and how worth it you think it is. I don't know how likely it is that you'd even be sent one of these, but since you guys do a substantial amount of video work I figured this would be a cool product to review (given your incredible production level for each video you do). Plus, it would just be plain cool to see this camera as both a 4/5K recorder and since it can do 5K, how it does still shots as well. 

 

 

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No actually I am not in the market for one, but I have seen that many reviewers like it especially with the extended battery. It is a shame that it has problems especially because it is a business laptop.

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Any of the Z97 series motherboards. I want to see how they compare to the Z87 and if it is worth the upgrade or not or just to wait until Broadwell comes out. 

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BitfenixFury Alchemy sleeved PSU series please.

 

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Maybe some high end office chair reviews? Specifically if you feel that they are worth the price or not. 

 

+1 to this.  I desperately need a new chair, but the Staples ones all seem to be crap (they never last for very long in my experience).  I know nothing about what's out there in the boutique gaming chair world, so why doesn't Linus Media Group introduce us to it (I'm sure you guys would love to get new comfy office chairs).  


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Reveiw the LG 25UM65 21:9! you've done the 29" that Linus disliked, and the 34" that he loved, what are the opinions of the smallest one!

 

Also i expect to see a review over the Carbide Air 240! 

 

White 240

 

Black 240


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Any bluray optical disc players/writters. XFX Powersupplies they're pretty good & i've never seen a quality video review about it ,

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I say do a throw back Thursday video one or 2 Thursdays a month and review some tech that is older then 10 yrs old lol, I just think that would be a fun little video to do from time to time to show how far we have come.


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Asus T100 transformer, I know it's kinda old and not powerful but it's a pretty neat device.

Yes, this, or a T300. It's really nice. Or just a convertibles in general 


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@Slick Audeze LCD-2, Linus said he used them with that tube amp you reviewed awhile back, but he never reviewed the LCD-2's.


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have you never seen the TTL reviews, Also hardware canucks has done a video one the MATX case i think

i've seen jayztwocents and his review but thats just ...one case and i don't even know ttl....or im derping and i know what it is just not the abbreviation, as for hardware canucks i have yet to see a single video from them because of other videos 


   

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i've seen jayztwocents and his review but thats just ...one case and i don't even know ttl....or im derping and i know what it is just not the abbreviation, as for hardware canucks i have yet to see a single video from them because of other videos

ttl is tiny Tom Logan or the OC3D YouTube channel

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No actually I am not in the market for one, but I have seen that many reviewers like it especially with the extended battery. It is a shame that it has problems especially because it is a business laptop.

ahh okay, well it's all mainly down to preference at the end of the day but the amount of people we have bringing their business machine back because they don't like it is quite surprising considering so many reviewers like it


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Go to newegg and look at the computer case section.


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