QNAP launches Ryzen-powered TS-x77 NAS family
Up to 16 threads, 64GB of RAM.
Decrypt data, inject content, the works.
As Tesla ships solar panels, batteries.
MSI has a ludicrous launch offer on Tuesday, with 55% off its premium Intel P55 motherboards: it's first come, first serve so get in quick!
The bit-tech labs are as usual, a bit messy. It's time for the inevitable clear-out, so we've rounded up a bunch of gear for review - some of it rad, some of it bad and some of which contains the actual Secret of Monkey Island! Check it all out in the latest On Our Desk.
The newly formed WiGig Alliance promises gigabit-speed wireless network and the ability to ditch almost all the wires in your house - but can it succeed where others have failed?
Researchers have, in conjunction with Microsoft Research, created a USB dongle that can keep downloading while your PC is asleep.
CeBIT 09: While the idea might not be new, this product from Zotac certainly is and controlling a PC over Ethernet efficiently is certainly impressive.
Belkin's N1 Vision modem router brings something different to the world of home networking with an LCD screen, as well as support for Gigabit networking and Wireless 802.11n. We take it for an extended test drive and see if it’s just ticking the boxes, or is a genuinely quality bit of kit.
Building the perfect home network can be tricky, especially if you've got thick walls which interfere with Wi-Fi signals or don't want Cat5e trailed everywhere. We check out Belkin's Powerline AV starter kit which uses the existing electricity wiring in your home to carry a network signal and see if it's a decent alternative.
Think all routers are the pretty much the same? Think again. The Sitecom Gaming router packs gigabit LAN, 802.11n wireless technology and a unique bandwidth management system that prioritises gaming traffic. We take a look to see if it can deliver on its promises, or whether it's more error 404.
We grab Abit's Airpace WiFi card and take it through the motions to see if it can make wireless networking any less of a headache.
Are you in the market for a decent wireless router? We test four routers from D-Link, Netgear, TrendNet and Zyxel to find out which satisfies the hardware enthusiast’s needs the best.