Can't go wrong with a £35 mouse, can you?
We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
It may have flopped commercially, but Bulletstorm is still a fantastic FPS.
Xeon and Core products coming in 2019.
SMT again proving a security nightmare.
Yes, another one.
Not restricted to older parts.
2015 and older systems will take a big hit.
Continues with the metallic theme.
No sign of Bronze or Platinum, though.
Intel Optane memory claims to speed up HDD-only systems. Can this £700 PC prove it?
Intel- or AMD-powered, your choice.
Still no official announcement, though.
This £800 Ultrabook has a 1080p IPS display, Core i5 CPU, 16GB DDR4, and a 256GB SSD.
Won't be going to AMD, though.
Cuts a few corners, though.
This 15.6" laptop sports a GTX 1050 Ti 4GB and a Core i7-7700HQ for just over £1,000.
Disable now then check for UEFI updates.
Just don't call it a Surface Pro 5.
Gigabyte looks to undercut Asus in the premium mini-ITX motherboard space.
This slim 15.6" laptop has exceptionally thin bezels and some seriously nice hardware inside.
There's been plenty of new hardware in the last few months - how does it affect our recommendations?
Boosts battery life up to 11 percent.
Lock-out more marketing than tech.
Caching only, 32GB max.
Drops planned Skylake support.
February 19 2021 | 17:15
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