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The MC562dn looks like a dime-a-dozen printer, perhaps even with a bit of an older design, but at around £650 has more under the surface.
We played with this monitor a while back and found plenty to like about it starting with the fact that it needs no mains power.
Never before in the history of technology has so much computing power been available so widely, for so little outlay.
Today we will examine the GPGPU performance of recently released graphics cards, and see what the best applications are for this technology.
This is by far the cheapest big capacity SSD around and one which truly bridges the gap between flash-based and magnetic storage.
Corsair and Kingston recently sent us DDR3 memory kits clocked at 2,666MHz, which is much higher than the 1,600MHz officially supported by Intel.
Xigmatek made a good impression with its Asgard computer chassis, especially amongst hardware fans that like the smaller players in the market. The first two versions were...
If the leaked prices are accurate, it appears that Intel plans to price the newer parts at nearly the same prices or in some cases, even lower than what it's asking for their predecessors.
Also known as the Wireless AC 1750 Dual Band Cloud Router, this can be seen as the second D-Link flagship model of this year.
A fantastic monitor that delivers a massive usable surface area and the highest display resolution currently supported by a laptop.
All kinds of products pass through the doors of the Hardware.Info test lab. Anything from huge servers and office laser printers, to mice and their mousepads. This time we're...