The Aftershock Nano S may look like a gaming machine, but it's really more of a portable workstation, and a rather capable one at that. If you're looking for a compact, productivity-oriented machine, it doesn't get much better than this.
ViewQwest Black explained: A breakdown of ViewQwest's "end-to-end" 10Gbps home fiber broadband service
In case you missed it, ViewQwest was the last among four ISPs to announce a 10Gbps home fiber broadband service. But it arguably also has the most interesting and well thought out plan of the bunch. If you’re still confused by ViewQwest Black, we're going to break it down here once again in more layman’s terms.
It's the last day of the IT Show 2016 and if you are on the lookout for a gaming notebook, here are our recommendations.
We've finally test out the retail version of Aftershock's latest S-15 gaming notebook, equipped with Intel's new Skylake processor. While we've put the engineering sample through its paces previously, how does the final version hold up?
Aftershock is one of the first notebook manufacturers in the world to release a machine powered by Intel's new sixth generation Skylake processor. What's new about Skylake? And is it worth the wait and upgrade? Join us as we check out the engineering sample that was sent to us.
Even though Skylake was only officially launched just days ago, several brands have wasted no time in getting Skylake-powered devices out in the market. Here are the ones we saw at Comex 2015 and yes, you can buy one home now!
While other hardware manufacturers are still gearing up to announce their new Skylake machines, Aftershock's beaten them all to the punch with their unveiling of their new machines powered by Intel's new Skylake processors. Find out which models get refreshed inside.
The Aftershock Tremor is a small form factor gaming system that offers you the convenience of a pre-built PC and the upgradeability of a DIY system. We delve deeper to find out if it can perform as well as other gaming machines.
With NVIDIA's recent launch of their GeForce GTX 980 Ti and new developments in the gaming and VR scene, they decided it's time to meet our local hardware enthusiasts and share the good work they've been putting out as of late. Yesterday, NVIDIA execs from Taiwan flew down for a special invite-only event to do just that, so here's what went down.
It may look unassuming from the outside, but the W-15 actually has a desktop processor under the hood. Why would anyone want that? And does it actually provide any more performance? Answers to these questions and more in our review.