All-in-one liquid coolers aren't the most exciting products these days, but Corsair is arguably the most famous of all the manufacturers that now produce them. The H110i GT demonstrated that the company is still very competent in this arena. It pairs a 280mm radiator with two powerful 140mm fans to deliver outstanding temperatures even when running the pump and fans at less than full speed. The build quality is high and the installation process is simpler than it's ever been. Add in the Corsair Link control suite and you've got yourself a pretty nifty cooler.
Over the last few years, mechanical keyboards have become all the rage and consequently we've seen dozens of manufacturers begin pumping them out. Often though, there's little to differentiate them and few actually manage to stand out. The Apex M800 was different in this regard as it introduced a new switch; the SteelSeries QS1, manufactured by Kailh. Unlike traditional Cherry switches, the QS1 is a very quiet, low-profile switch, and we truly enjoyed our time with it. The Apex M800 is far from perfect – it lacks a wrist rest and the build quality is sub-par for the price, but SteelSeries did a good job with the RGB lighting and software too. So far, the QS1 switch hasn't been used in any less expensive models; hopefully 2016 will change that.