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Zotac To Release Another Haswell ZBOX mini-PC, Cheaper This Time

Some changes have been made recently in Zotac’s ZBOX nettop line-up, having added three new SKUs based on Intel’s new Haswell silicon. However, all three models feature high-priced Intel processors spanning from the Core i3-4130T to…

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Samsung Create 1.8″ mSATA 1TB EVO SSD

With most SSD hard drives fitting into a standard 2.5″ drive bay, and are many times smaller than their 3.5″ mechanical counterparts. So most people already assume that the drive is small and compact. However, most…

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Dell Launches Ubuntu-Powered XPS 13 Developer Edition

Dell has released the XPS 13 Developer Edition laptop running Ubuntu. The laptop, codenamed “Sputnik 3”, runs on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and features a 13.3-inch LED-backlit touch display having a 1920 x1080 pixels resolution. In terms…

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Gigabyte Reveal P27K 17.3-Inch Gaming Notebook

Gigabyte have unveiled their latest high performance gaming notebook the P27K. The P27K is a 17.3 inch 1920 x 1080 notebook powered by Nvidia’s 2GB GTX 765M mobile graphics card. The processor is provided by Intel’s…

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ADATA XPG SX300 256GB mSATA SSD Review

Introduction Over recent years, mSATA drives have typically been a component that has not been on the forefront of the consumer market, seen only really by OEM manufacturers or by those who opened up their systems.…

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KingSpec 2.5GB/s PCI Express Solid State Drive Revealed

The guys over at The SSD Review have managed to get their hands on a pretty nifty 1TB SSD worth around $2000-3000. The SSD is made by KingSpec and uses the very unexciting product name “MC2J677M1T”.…

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Intel 530 Series SSDs To Arrive Next Week

A leaked product roadmap from VR-Zone suggests that Intel is very close to launching its next-generation of performance-orientated consumer SSD. The 530 series of SSDs from Intel will succeed both the 520 and 525 series of…

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Gigabyte BRIX GB-XM11-3337 System Review

Intel’s NUC has spawned a new generation of mini PCs. We recently took a look at the Next Unit of Computing (NUC) from Intel and we found it to be a very impressive unit but was…

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Intel NUC DCCP847DYE System Review

Intel’s NUC, or next unit of computing, platform is a refreshingly new idea. Essentially what Intel have created is an ultra compact PC standard that they want to be the future of computing. Measuring in at…

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Computex: MSI Display Core i7 Powered S20 “Slider” Ultrabook

Alongside MSI’s two Primo tablets it displayed its Core i7 S20 Slider Ultrabook. This device features a multi-angled slide screen with an attached keyboard. This allows you to choose between either a tablet or an ultrabook.…

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Computex: Gigabyte Showcase S1185 Padbook Notebook/Tablet Hybrid

Gigabyte have already displayed two new notebooks at Computex powered by Haswell, the U35F and U24F and now they are showing us a new tablet/notebook hybrid device. The tablet is based on 3rd generation (Ivy Bridge)…

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Computex: Gigabyte Show Off Light Weight U24F Haswell Powered Notebook

Intel’s drive towards reviving notebooks is all about making them more accessible, portable and user friendly. Haswell mobile is a big part of this and we can already see Gigabyte taking this onboard with the U24F…

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Computex: Gigabyte Display Premium U35F Haswell Powered Notebook

With the launch of Haswell comes the launch of new mobile processors, and Haswell was really designed from the ground up to be a processor for the mobile market. Gigabyte are taking advantage of this brand…

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Computex: Gigabyte Show Off BRIX Ultra Compact PC

Gigabyte have already recently unveiled their BRIX ultra compact PC which we brought you a news story about if you are interested in it. The Gigabyte Brix is essentially a bare bones Ultra compact PC kit…

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Gigabyte Launches BRIX Mini PC

Gigabyte are the latest entry to the tiny pc race, and with a chassis size that measures in at just 29.9mm x 107.6mm x 114.4mm, it’s clear that Gigabyte are trying to take on the world…