All-in-one desktop computers have been around for a good few years, with Apple cornering the high-end look-at-me market a couple of years ago with the stunning iMac. Now it’s time for Windows 8 users to be treated to the style-over-substance world of all-in-one PC desktops available from the likes of Sony, Acer, HP and Dell. … Continue reading Acer All-In-One: Style Over Substance on Windows 8
While the champions of iOS and Android battle it out in the tablet-space this autumn, one manufacture has taken up the fight for a more ancient cause – a Windows-based tablet. Samsung’s plan is to create ultimate office tablet, using typical office software – Windows 7 and Microsoft Office. Enter the Slate PC Series-7, with … Continue reading Samsung Slate PC Series-7: Crazy name, impressive spec
HP is looking forward to a scorching hot summer with its new line up of redesigned Pavilion Desktops culminating in the meaty H8 which it boasts is the ‘most powerful HP computer to date’. The redesigned towers incorporate sleek lines and contrasting materials such as a glossy sliding black front panel which hides the integrated … Continue reading HP ‘s New Summer Line Up Of Towering Pavilions
Since the launch of the iPhone, PCs have been comparatively boring. Their designs are dull, you can’t rotate them around and poking the screen just leaves dirty marks. Not anymore – HP noticed this desktop short-coming and created the TouchSmart610. It’s interesting to look at, moves in two directions and has multi-touch compatibility. But, and … Continue reading HP TouchSmart610: Multitouch All-In-One PC
Like people, computers seem to slow down as they get old. With human ageing, it’s usually losing information that slows things down. With a PC, however, it’s the opposite – too much data. Accumulate enough old and redundant files and even the fastest system will struggle. Over 20 million people have turned to TuneUp to … Continue reading TuneUp Utilities 2011 review
Just as trees are grown for books, Amazon has slowly been growing an eco-system for reading books anywhere – the Kindle software. Now available or planned for eight different devices, Kindle plans to become far more than just hardware for eBook rendering. It wants to be a one-stop shop for all your book reading needs. … Continue reading Kindle apps roundup
For most, the well established Sony control pad is perfect just the way it is. The latest incarnation, the DualShock 3 for PS3, not only features analogue controls but also motion sensing, USB charging and vibration technology. So then, how do you improve on perfection? Third party control pad developers Splitfish think they’ve found the … Continue reading PS3 pad sliced in two by SplitFish, evolution?