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Dell 4K Monitors are now here and they don’t come cheap

December 4, 2013 |

It hasn’t been too long since 2560×1440 monitors have entered the market while there are some who still who think 1080p is the highest quality option.

With the amount of buzz 4K TVs have been receiving the past year it … Read More

Opinion: Consoles and Tablets aren’t replacing Gaming PCs anytime soon

August 12, 2013 |

This is a subject that has been dissected to the hilt and yet it is still worth discussing. Analysts worldwide believe that consoles and tablets will eventually replace PCs in terms of gaming. And these statistics are based on the … Read More

5 Things You Need To Know About Intel’s Haswell

May 31, 2013 |

Intel is having a hard time these days.  With PC sales on the decline and most of the money going to tablets and smartphones, Intel needs a good jumpstart to get back into the game.   This jumpstart comes in the … Read More

PC Industry: Is the Endgame Nigh?

April 12, 2013 |

Is it really possible that the ubiquitous PC, a device that revolutionized the way we work, play, interact and pretty much do everything else, can actually be on its last legs? Is it just possible that a device which replaced … Read More

Dell’s Alienware X51 series now available with Ubuntu

April 10, 2013 |

Alienware is a name synonymous with PC gaming these days thanks to the heavily rigged configurations that can run just about any game available to play. However, it’s a known fact that there are a distinct number of gamers who … Read More

First 4TB Hard Drive from Seagate

April 4, 2013 |

Seagate introduced the first four-disk 4TB hard drive for desktop computers.  That’s right, 4 terabytes, 4,000 gigabytes, or 4,000,000 megabytes.  And the best part?  It only costs about US$205.  As of now, the cheapest 1TB drives are only around US$75, … Read More

New Hybrid Memory Cube has 320GBps Bandwidth

April 3, 2013 |

No, you did not read it incorrectly.

Yes, the memory bandwidth actually is 320 gigaBYTES per second.


The Hybrid Memory Cube Consortium (HMC) is backed by 100 tech companies, with Micron, Samsung, and Hynix taking the lead in development … Read More

The Progression of Data

March 15, 2013 |

I remember back in the late 90’s when 300MHz computers cost $3,000 and hard drives capped out at 500 MB. Image files were usually around 100-200 kilobytes and video files were read from DVD’s. Storing a 1080p movie title on … Read More