Raspberry Pi 4 brings new GPU, USB 3.0, 4K
Up to 4GB of RAM, too.
Corsair One upgraded with Core i9, RTX hardware
Three new models.
New Raspberry Pi 3 variant returns to Model A+ design
Compact size, full CPU performance.
Research undertaken by Crucial shows that the average PC has a lifespan of 4.5 years.
US PC maker Digital Storm has announced the Hailstorm, a sub-zero gaming PC.
With an 1.66GHz Intel Atom and 1GB DDR3, the ViewPad10 can boot Windows or Android
Norwegian company CUPP has announced a hybrid PC featuring both x86 and ARM chips.
Dell has quietly removed its consumer-grade Ubuntu-based systems from its website.
The Indian government has announced a project to build a $35 educational PC.
SeaMicro has announced its inaugural product: a server containing 512 Intel Atom processors.
A company is planning on giving the old Amiga brand a shiny relaunch with a high-spec computer featuring a dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and AmigaOS 4.
As part of the compay's Fusion range, AMD has announced a low-power netbook chipset with integrated ATI graphics.
Dell has released concept renderings of an all-in-one PC it dubs the 'Froot,' which dispenses entirely with a keyboard or monitor - favouring a pair of projectors instead.
Marvell has taken the wraps off the latest revision to its Plug Computer line - which started last February with the SheevaPlug - and it's got some impressive specifications.
Asus has announced that the Eee Keyboard will now not ship until early next year - although it's using the delay to upgrade the 5" resistive touchscreen to a capacitive model.
Following a number of whispers at Computex, we have learned that Dell is to close its XPS Gaming brand soon.
Microsoft has launched a new search engine to rival Yahoo! and Google, dubbed Bing. Let us know your thoughts in the forums.
COMPUTEX 09: This teeny tiny passively cooled box from ECS features Intel's next generation Atom platform: Pineview.
Hackintosh distributor Psystar - creator of the Apple-unapproved Mac OS X-based Open Computer - has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.
Dell has announced and launched a new site that advertises PCs for ladies, under the name of 'Della'.
Sources claim that Apple is looking to sheds its expensive image and produce a range of reduced-cost Macs as a direct result of the popularity of cheap netbooks.
IBM's Watson computer will compete on the US game show Jeopardy!, in which it will have to answer questions quickly, accurately and intelligibly.
At a recent press briefing we grabbed some internal shots of the upcoming Nvidia Ion based Acer Revo!
Describes economic climate as the toughest in the company's history, and puts some of the losses down to the popularity of netbooks.
ViewSonic brings its VPC100 all-in-one PC to the UK, and also reveals that it has plans to introduce kits that will turn any old monitor into a basic nettop PC.
Acer officially reveals the PC previously known as Hornet, which is based on Nvidia's Ion platform and has an optional motion sensitive controller.
March 25 2020 | 14:00
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