TGIF! Celebrate the arrival of the weekend by treating yourself to some great deals.
If DIY PCs sound like too much fuss, there's always pre-built desktops that offer their share of bleeding edge performance. The ASUS ROG GT51 is one such desktop, featuring not one, but two, NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Xs.
Monday blues got you down? Chase them away with some retail therapy! Here's what caught our eye this week.
MSI has announced a brand new Intel X99 board, the X99A Gaming Pro Carbon. With its black PCB, carbon fiber finish, and RGB LEDs, this is really a pretty attractive board. Here's a closer look at it.
It may be Friday the 13th, but it still means that the weekend is upon us. Make this weekend even better with these great deals we have found.
Whether it's for the Chinese New Year or any other occasion, spring cleaning is something we all do. Chucking out the old stuff, and replacing them with all-new ones. Need help on deciding which cool new toys to buy? We have some suggestions!
Get over hump day with these great deals that we found on the Internet!
While the ME20F-SH only sports a 2.26-megapixel CMOS sensor, its pixels measure 19μm, which is many times larger than what's found on high-end DSLRs. Can't imagine what that's good for? More details, including some impressive demo videos, after the jump.
I know it's painful to come back to work after a long weekend. Why not cheer yourself up with some gadget shopping?
Packed to the brim with the latest in automotive technology, find out how the BMW 7 Series plans to pamper its lucky owners.
- Apple Store in Singapore likely to open in November
- NVIDIA will pay GeForce GTX 970 owners US$30 each for misleading VRAM claims
- Tableau announces v10 of its beautiful data visualization software for businesses
- Microsoft releases its new iOS camera app, Pix, and touts its smart capabilities!
- AMD outs official specifications for Polaris-based Radeon RX 460 and RX 470
- Thermaltake announces Toughpower SFX Gold series PSUs for SFF systems
- DBS will use Amazon Web Services’ cloud technology for better bank services
- This is why we don't see many notebooks adopting USB Type-C