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New Asetek LCLC liquid cooler supports the Core i7
What's better than blowing your savings on a top-of-the-line PC? Blowing your savings on a top-of-the-line PC that has fancy liquid cooling, of course. Asetek...
Asus' too-cute Eee Box gets final specs, pricing
As I sit here and contemplate how best to present you with the veritable trove of information Asus has supplied to us about its new...
Acer intros Predator gaming PC
Following in the footsteps of the world's top two PC vendors—HP and Dell—number three Acer has decided to tackle the gaming PC market. Acer's...
MSI unveils Titan 700 small-form-factor PC
After announcing its Wind low-cost laptop, MSI has decided to take a crack at a low-cost, small-form-factor desktop PC. The company has announced...
Asus unveils sleek, small-form-factor desktop PCs
We've been hearing rumors about a desktop version of the Eee PC for a while, and Asustek has now announced a pair of machines...
Shuttle's XPC SP35P2 Pro SFF barebones system
Intel's P35 Express has reigned as the enthusiast chipset of choice since its introduction. Now you can get it in a pint-sized form factor with...
|Qualcomm demonstrates 24-core ARM server SoC||24|
|Archos' GranitePhone is a new spin on the secure Android device||12|
|Report: PC shipments fell 7.7% year-on-year in the past quarter||60|
|Deals of the week: an ultrawide FreeSync monitor and more||20|
|Thursday Night Shortbread||18|
|MSI puts mobile Quadros to work in its WS60 and WT72 notebooks||4|
|HP's Envy 32 display blends FreeSync and living-room DNA||17|
|Prepare for the wasteland with Fallout 4's system requirements||60|
|Green means gaming on HP's updated Pavilion notebooks||19|
|It's almost as if the company held a big event this morning! ;)||+63|