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There's no denying that NVIDIA's Ion platform is a capable performer where HD video decoding is concerned. ASRock is the latest vendor to pick up on the Ion with their Nettop ION 330-BD. Armed with a dual-core Atom 330 processor and a Blu-ray drive, looks like it has what it takes to be an excellent HTPC. We find out more.
The Shuttle X50 All-In-One is a 15.6-inch wide screen display based nettop machine that's slim and delightfully portable. It also comes configured with a dual-core Intel Atom 330 processor to give it a needed edge over your common netbook and even some nettops. But will it hold up in our review? Time to find out!
Shuttle, the popular barebones manufacturer, has just released the SX587H Pro Station, a barebones system featuring the latest Intel X58 chipset supporting the fastest Core i7 processors. We check it out to see if Shuttle has missed out on anything in this attempt to shrink an X58 machine.
NVIDIA has done a great job selling its Ion platform to the media. But there had been doubts over whether vendors would support it. This uncertainty has been dispelled with the first Ion based system to hit the streets, the Acer AspireRevo.
If you've been stalking Lenovo's new offerings at CES earlier this year, then wait no more. Freshly launched are two IdeaPad notebooks and the much anticipated IdeaCenter AIO desktop PC. Here are the latest brass tacks from what we've harvested. Read on!
What happens when you take some of the best ideas that enthusiasts have always been working on and stick them into a product that is usually reserved for mission critical workloads and business productivity? HP's latest Z Series redefines the workstation and we give you our first hand insights straight from Beverly Hills.
Join us for a preview of Lenovo's latest All-in-One desktop, the sleek and shiny IdeaCentre A600. While it may be missing a touch screen, Lenovo has added some magic sauce to its A600 in the form of its 4-in-1 remote control. Fun? You bet!
Diluting the Eee brand name even further is the latest Intel Atom based product from ASUS, the touch friendly ASUS Eee Top ET1602. Oh baby, it's time to get our fingers stroking!
Are you an extremist? A person who wants the very best products and find that extreme (and exorbitant) prices don't matter to the wallet? If that's you, then check out this review of an extreme gaming machine from Dell.
Check out our hands on of the ASUS Eee Box, the first nettop to have made its way to our labs. Stay with us as we get our hands on action with this Intel Atom based nettop that may change the world of cheap miniature computing.