Western Digital, Toshiba announce BiCS4 QLC flash
Up to 2.66TB per package.
We take a look at the RGB-backlit Raptor K50, Corsair's non-mechanical version of the Vengeance K95.
16.8 million colours enough for you?
The G510 comes with enough bells and whistles to keep everyone happy, but do they justify its price?
The Shift has completely removable keys, enabling the board to be customised for individual games.
Gigabyte's first entry into the gaming keyboard market doesn't hold back
The Challenger includes a mounted fan for cooling sweaty hands. Weird.
Viewsonic unveiled the first inexpensive LED-backlit display at CES earlier this year and it's now made it into the channel. We have a look at the VLED221wm 22-inch widescreen monitor to find out if LED-backlighting can deliver great image quality at an affordable price point.
Beleaguered Korean corporation Samsung has taken the wrapping off its next-generation quad-HD LCD panel, featuring 120Hz refresh rate and a massive 82" visible screen size.
Ever wondered how that monitor on your desk actually produces a picture? We break down the technology for you, then go one step further - by literally breaking down a LCD monitor to show you what's inside.
A blue paint job, case window, and an extra hard drive - not bad for 7 days modding work. The first modded 360 inside!
Not content with creating a dedicated remote control for Media Center, Microsoft have a new keyboard that also integrates a mouse and remote control functions, designed for use in your living room. Is it any good? We find out.
HDR games have a new best friend. We take an exclusive hands-on look of the world's first Extreme Dynamic Range display, the high definition HDR DR37-P from Canada's Brightside Technologies. It will change the way you look at LCD forever.
Matrix Orbital produce another LCD winner: the LK-204-25-PC. Wil Harris brushes up on his Visual Basic skills to see what she's capable of.