Desktop Systems Guide
All Desktop Systems News
Tuesday, 30 Sep 2014
Apple is said to be testing new iMacs with Retina displays right now. The testing is said to be in its late stages and consumers should expect these new machines to be launched before the festive season.
Wednesday, 24 Sep 2014
HP has just announced its brand new Envy Beats all-in-one desktop system, with quad speakers and woofers, as well as a new Pavilion x2 detachable PC.
Tuesday, 23 Sep 2014
Toshiba has just announced that it plans to restructure its PC business to focus on the more profitable B2B field and also withdraw from certain unprofitable markets.
Friday, 29 Aug 2014
Google has just launched the beta build for the 64-bit version of Chrome for the Mac. While this may not mean anything to the average user, running a 64-bit Chrome browser on the Mac does have its benefits.
Thursday, 28 Aug 2014
First spotted at CES this year, Lenovo's Horizon 2 all-in-one 27-inch touchscreen 'table' PC is now available in Singapore for $2399. Lenovo will be taking pre-orders of the Horizon 2 at Comex 2014, with the first ten customers receiving a free Yoga Tablet 10 HD+.
Zotac has just announced its Intel Bay Trail-based ZBOX PI320 pico desktop PC. Not only is the new mini-PC compact in size, it also boasts of a fan-less system for quiet computing experience
Wednesday, 20 Aug 2014
After 34 years at Microsoft, former CEO Steve Ballmer will be leaving Microsoft to manage his basketball team and focus on teaching.
Friday, 8 Aug 2014
If you are looking for a basic and seriously affordable mini-PC, the Zotac ZBOX CI320 nano, which comes with Windows 8.1 with Bing, will be available later this August from just S$360.
Thursday, 7 Aug 2014
If you need expanded connectivity for your system, Club 3D has just launched its new CSV-3203 y-cabled docking station that lets you output to multiple displays and connect additional USB devices.
Friday, 1 Aug 2014
Security researchers Karsten Nohl and Jakob Lell plan to demonstrate a collection of proof-of-concept software to show how the security of USB devices are "fundamentally broken".