2013 will be known as the year when PC monitors finally started moving beyond Full HD resolution. We examined nine screens with a resolution of 2560x1080.
The In Win 904 is a computer chassis with a different look. If you like design, this In Win case is definitely worth a closer a look. There are some things to consider prior to purchase, however.
The ASUS MB168B+ is a clever solution. It's powered by the same USB connection that transmits the video signal. It's nice that it's USB 3.0, and the monitor has Full HD resolution.
The Iiyama ProLite XB2779QS is available in black and silver, and we tested the silver version. That one of course looks the most like Apple's screen, but the similarities end there.
The Cooler Master CM 690 is a popular desktop chassis that we've seen a couple iterations of. Now there's a third edition, so how does the CM 690 III compare to its predecessors and the competition?
What's the best chassis for you depends on your own personal requirements. Do you want the best for cooling, the most silent, lots of space, a compact chassis or a Jack of all trades?
In recent years the huge price gap between IPS and TN has largely disappeared, and you can now find IPS monitors that aren't that much more expensive than decent TN machines.
On average, the Three Hundred Two will cost you about £10 more than its predecessor. The question is, what has Antec done with the Three Hundred Two to justify this increase?
Like the shrunken versions of flagship mobiles from smartphone brands such as Samsung and HTC, there are many similarities with its bigger sibling, but the features are less extensive and advanced.
When you put a five-year-old computer case next to a recent model, you have to conclude that case manufacturers are indeed doing their best to keep on developing and improving a rather basic product.
This product line has garnered a loyal following, and this group will undoubtedly be interested in the cooling performance of the latest addition.
We also put these two new chassis next to the Antec Sonata Solo II and five more cases that sell themselves as being silent, to find out which chassis is the most effective.
The affordable price tag of the T28 places it in the lower mid-range bracket, but for that market it has an uncharacteristically full set of features.
This sharp-looking, thick aluminium, completely silent chassis carries a hefty pricetag. Is it justified?
For professional graphic designers and photo editors, this 31.5in IGZO beast will likely be an absolute beauty to work on.
While larger screens are now becoming more affordable, the most common resolution remains 1,920 x 1,080 pixels; However, this year we're seeing more and more manufacturers release WQHD monitors.
We've seen Vengeance mice, keyboards and even Vengeance RAM before - now it's time to put the Vengeance mid-tower chassis through its paces.
Typical desktop chassis tend to be a large tower with tons of internal space; If you want to go smaller, what are the best options out there? Hardware.Info tested 12 micro-ATX chassis to find out.
In this review, we'll examine how well this chassis cools, how the noise levels are and how easy it is to build a system in it.
Flash storage already has much lower latencies than traditional magnetic media but a couple of super-clever companies are combining SSD and DDR technologies for an ultra-low latency storage solution.
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