The most advanced consumer GPU gets over a 40 percent price cut
Nvidia is one of those companies in Silicon Valley that always has one more trick up its sleeve prior to announcing a new roadmap for its consumer and enterprise product lines. In the case of Geforce Pascal, it has now managed to introduce a new flagship that not only surpasses the previous flagship’s performance in every category except for compute (check), but it has also lowered the price by nearly 60 percent.
Review: Sharp looks, yesterday's tech under the bonnet
Taking a break from reviewing Intel Atom-based ultraportables and hybrids, we decided to try out something a bit different – the 13.3-inch Martian A8 notebook, based on a Core processor.
Crime of changing your account details
Fruity tax-dodging cargo cult Apple has an odd way of supporting developers who prop up its app store.
Review: Notebook gaming powerhouse
EVGA is a well known brand in the graphics card market and the company expanded beyond GPUs a while ago. It is also well known now for its PSUs, motherboards and accessories too and now it wants to conquer the mobile gaming notebook market.
Review: Great outfit for a gaming party
We like the way EVGA has designed its new GTX 1070 FTW graphics card. It is powerful enough to satisify the most cynical at a gaming party.
Review: The best gaming graphics card ever
The GTX 1080 Phoenix Goes Like Hell is the right card to experience a whole new class of performance enhanced gaming. The user can freely experiment with all the new Nvidia features, and we believe it has enough under the hood to drive whatever comes next.
Even the Telegraph mocks the iPhone SE
Sometimes even the Tame Apple Press has to admit that Apple has cheated on its promises and the British Telegraph’s review on the iPhone SE is one such example.
Review: Small form factor can host a lot of power
Hadron Air has been an alternative solution for gamers that like small form facor PC and are happy with Mini ITX board and still want to plug a decent GPU in this tiny gaming system. Our Hadron Air has been a good friend for more than two years and for buiding a mini-ITX system it is still one of the best choices.
Review: Lenovo Yoga lookalike on a budget
A couple of months ago, Asian tech sites started talking about a new trend among Chinese tablet manufacturers. Since the tablet market was overheating, manufacturers were looking beyond tablets to ensure growth. Intel’s new 14nm processors were just what they were looking for, as they enabled them to start building inexpensive ultraportable notebooks. Many of them are marketed as “ultrabooks” but unlike proper Ultrabooks, they’re not based on “big core” processors.