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SteelSeries has announced the Sensei mouse, which uses a 32-bit ARM processor.
EVGA has posted an image of an LGA2011 board on its forums, revealing a right-angled ATX connector.
We take a sneaky first look at Fractal Design's new high-performance Arc case
Gigabyte ditches its traditional colours for Intel's new Sandy Bridge CPU - see what you think!
A headset that rumbles your head - we see if that's a good thing or just annoying.
Google's image search has just been overhauled to show more pics!
We take a look at a new micro-ATX board, a return to quad-SLI and a £1,000 graphics card.
We preview many new AMD laptops, from ultra-thin to ultra-powerful
The SteelSeries Xai may like like a pretty unassuming mouse, but it's packed with technology to cater for the twitchiest of twitchy gamers. Read on to see why this isn't just an IntelliMouse clone.
We've finally got our hands on an Eyefinity Edition card from ATI, and six screens to use it with. We take the kit for a test drive to see how good it is for 6-screen gaming and whether the future is multi-monitor.
First look at the new six-core CPU from Intel - will it be a Core i9? Who knows...
We dive through a variety of motherboards to investigate what BIOS settings are best over a range of motherboards to overclock the only Lynnfield that UK customers should buy: the Intel Core i5 750.
At last, a 22in monitor that doesn't have a TN panel! We have a look at Eizo's FlexScan S2242W 22-inch widescreen TFT, which features a PVA panel with a 1,920 x 1,200 native resolution. Is this the monitor we've been looking for? Read on to find out.
COMPUTEX 09: EVGA claims it'll continue testing SATA 6Gbps and won't use it until it knows it's worthwhile.
Monitor manufacturers are starting to listen to customers - we want some much-needed choice in the 22-inch market. The HP LP2275W is another 22-incher equipped with Samsung's latest S-PVA panel technology - is this the monitor we've dearly been waiting for?
We've been looking for the perfect 22-inch monitor for quite some time now, but we haven't had much luck so far. Today we look at NEC's MultiSync P221W, which features a brand new 22-inch S-PVA panel with a 10-bit look-up table - could these ingredients make this the perfect 22-incher?
Full HD monitors are becoming increasingly commonplace these days in both 22in and 24in panel sizes. We've been impressed by the 22in models we've seen so far, but we haven't looked at a 24-incher until today. Read on to find out how BenQ's E2400HD shapes up.
Dell has joined the ever-increasing number of monitor manufacturers selling 22-inch full HD monitors. We have a look at the S2209W, which is priced ideally for gamers and discerning home users on a budget.
Viewsonic is the second monitor manufacturer to jump on the 16:9 bandwagon after Iiyama. We check out the VX2260WM, a 22-inch 1,920 x 1,080 display with a decent array of connectivity options, to see how it stands up to what else is out there.
Our first Full HD 16:9 widescreen monitor has hit the labs. The Iiyama ProLite E2208HDS is a 22-inch display with a 1,920 x 1,080 native resolution, which means it has an ultra-tight pixel pitch. Does it do enough to win us over? Read on to find out...
We've been growing tired of the mediocrity present in the 22-inch widescreen monitor market, but HannsG has come along with something that piqued our interest. At just £110, the HG221AP is one of the cheapest 22-inchers on the market, but is it any good?
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.
We've looked at a lot of TN+Film 'gaming' monitors recently, but NEC has thrown that idea out of the window and put its own spin on the 24-inch widescreen gaming monitor. Today we look at the company's all-new MultiSync 24WMGX3 to see if its MVA panel can work wonders.
There are a lot of 22-inch displays on the market these days and it isn't easy to navigate your way through the swamp of TN+Film panels. We have a look at the Asus VK222H to see if it can rise above the swamp and catch our eye. Read on to find out how it gets on...
Big widescreen monitors are becoming increasingly commonplace in today's market and, by that same rationale, so are TN+Film panels. Samsung marries to two concepts with its SyncMaster 2693HM monitor - we check it out to see if it's any good.
Samsung attacks the 22" LCD market from a different angle with its 21.6" SM2253LW, which sports the same 1,680 x 1,050 native resolution. Aside from the weird proportions, it boasts a 2ms response time and an 8,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio - but is it any good?
COMPUTEX 2008: Cyberlink is set to upgrade its portfolio of new TrueTheatre technologies to include video upscaling, noise reduction, image stabilisation and more.
BenQ looks to target gamers with its X2200W 22 inch widescreen monitor. It packs DVI, HDMI and VGA inputs with one of the best TN+Film panels we've seen to date. It also comes with a selection of image enhancing extras designed to bridge the gap to better panel technology.
Idée Incorporated have launched a closed beta of an image-based search engine which allows you to upload pictures from your computer and search for similar images on the web.
ViewSonic has attacked the 20" and 22" monitor market from a different angle with its VX1940w 19-inch widescreen monitor. It sports the same 1,680 x 1,050 resolution, but has a tighter pixel pitch thanks to the smaller diagonal. Will this pull the masses away from bigger screens?
NEC has joined the party of relatively low-cost TN+Film 24" widescreen LCDs with its AccuSync LCD24WMCX monitor. It's competitively priced, and sits reasonably well on paper. How does it perform in the real-world though? Let's find out.
Following on from our BioShock review, we dive deep into Rapture for a look at the gameplay differences between the PC and X360 versions. We then look at the game's graphics under DX9 and DX10 before evaluating performance on a range of graphics cards and CPUs.
Earlier this week, AMD announced the ATI Radeon HD 2900 XT. We've spent the last few weeks familiarising ourselves with the architecture behind the hardware. Join us as we find out whether R600 was worth the wait -- single card and CrossFire testing included.
With Spider-Man 3 hitting cinemas worldwide this weekend, we take a look at the tie-in game on the PC and Wii. Is this another movie-game tie-in that's worth forgetting about, or is either version worth some serious play time? We have the answers here...
According to a report on The Inquirer, Company of Heroes will be getting its eagerly anticipated DirectX 10 update in March.
Looking for a 22" widescreen with a little bit of flair? This one from Viewsonic looks good, but can it deliver the image quality required for the price tag? We fire up Quake to find out.
We take a look at the online portion of the spiritual successor to Total Anhilation - Supreme Commander, by Gas Powered Games. Is this going to be the ultimate RTS? And will we have a heart-attack at the dual-monitor DirectX 10 support?
Have you been buried under a deluge of porn, penis enlargement and stock offers? The spam problem is getting worse, with no visible way out.
The ever popular Command and Conquer series will be exploding on to the 360. Let battle commence.
Canis Canem Edit - the game previously known as 'Bully' - has been described the most controversial game of all time. It was close to being banned, some retailers have refused to stock it and it has had mothers forming protest rallies. But is it really all that bad? Find out in our review.
We're dodging bullets, throwing grenades and cowering in foxholes in Relic's brilliant new RTS World War 2 game - Company of Heroes. Want the lowdown on the graphical power required to run this bad-boy, then step this way, and prepare for one of the greatest games ever made...