With the looming releases of version 1.0 of SteamOS and full fledged Steam Machines next year, ready made PCs that are meant solely for playing games may become the norm one day. But in the meantime, we get pseudo-consoles like the Alienware Alpha.
We got invited to attend the Intel Future Showcase recently and saw some tech that'll be landing in your hands very soon as well as some that might not be available till much later. Either way, it's worth it to read our impressions of some of the tech we saw.
We've seen smart computing technology before and HP even has one coming out but we've never seen one like this anything outside of sci-fi movies. Would you want this to be your next 'desktop'? Check it out and drop us your thoughts!
A new iteration of the Raspberry Corporation's mini computer is hitting stores as we speak. What's new in this latest model?
Aftershock's S-15 notebooks are barely a few months old, but they are already back with a new entry in its S-series of gaming notebooks. That aside, they are also introducing two new high performance desktop machines.
So the rumors were true. Apple recently released a new iMac which comes with a 27-inch display that has a mind-boggling 5120 x 2880 pixels resolution. Do you really need a 5K display? And does it compromise performance? We answer these questions and more in our review.
Sprout is a new desktop computer being developed by HP that looks like a regular all-in-one PC, but replaces the traditional keyboard and mouse with a touch-enabled mat and downward-facing 3D scanner.
Alienware and Roccat have announced an exclusive collaboration. More details on the partnership and what it all boils down to after the jump.
Which all-in-one desktop computer has a screen that packs 14.7 million pixels? The new iMac with Retina 5K display, of course! More details after the jump.
Reports have confirmed that Apple will hold a press event next week where it is expected to announce new iMacs, iPads as well as the public release of OS X Yosemite.