Western Digital, Toshiba announce BiCS4 QLC flash
Up to 2.66TB per package.
MSI reveals its latest Big Bang motherboard using Intel's P67 chipset - the Marshal.
It's an FT02-TJ07 lovechild that's bigger, better and blacker than ever. But can anyone afford one?
The NX90JQ series notebook is a marvel of polished aluminium, but it's half a yard wide.
Silverstones latest mini-ITX case, the SG07, can fit a full size 12.2in Radeon HD 5970 graphics card
Asus' latest LGA1366 Rampage has been let out the bag and we have pictures and motherboard specs.
We simply couldn't resist! Sorry, Asus, but your super-expensive Mars card was just too tempting not to take apart. After digging out the right screwdrivers, we pull apart this thousand pound card AND manage to put it back together again!
Another month and another four systems, as we delve into online stores to seek out the bargains to decide which setups, for a range of budgets, are the best your money can buy.
This week we headed along to the CEDIA Expo 2009 at the Excel centre in London to take a look at the latest innovations in home theatre, AV and home automation technology. Waiting for us were programmable bathtubs, £6,000 Blu-ray players and a 103in Plasma TV - read on to find out more!
With its unique design and blue anodised aluminium build material, the Lian LI PC-888 is like no other case on the market. Limited to a production run of just 500 units, it's the height of chassis exclusivity, but is it actually a good case underneath the styling? We find out.
If you've been wanting the Optimus keyboard since it was first announced but can't afford the $1500 price tag, then good news for you. The keyboard now has a sub-$500 model on the way.
We try out Shure's new entry-level in-ear headphones, which come in at just under £55. Are they worth the cost considering you'll just cover them in wax? We find out by testing them out on some slammin' tunes!
Kingston, long time manufacturer of memory and a favourite of many goes for some ultra speed DDR2. Its HyperX series doesn't have the crazy heatspreaders others feature, so does it still perform as well?
COMPUTEX 2007: We have a bash at some retro gaming while going ultra portable, yet, still retaining a use of a full keyboard and decent sized screen.
Atari is auctioning off some of its oldest stuff via Sotheby's auction house, from original concept art for Dig Dug to draft manuals.
The Baby Grand Piano Mod from Garner Post may be the most elaborate and noisy mod we've ever seen
Today we look at Corsair's fastest Dominator memory to see whether the eye watering price tag is really worth splashing out for. Are the Dominator 9136C5D and 10000C5DF kits something every enthusiast should save up for, or are they only reserved for those with money to burn?
CEBIT 2007: The general consensus at both motherboard and memory manufacturers at this year's trade show is that DDR3 isn't going to break into the market with a bang. Quite the opposite in fact.