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Lenovo's New Droid-Shaped PC Is An All-In-One Entertainment System

If you’re sick of awkwardly plugging your laptop into a projector to watch movies on your wall, Lenovo’s new IdeaCenter 610S is for you. It’s a powerful PC with a built-in 720p projector. As others have pointed out, the rig also looks like a Star Wars droid.


Kogan's Gaming Laptop Benchmarked: Fine, Provided You Like Old Games

When Kogan launched a gaming laptop earlier in the year, first impressions … weren’t great. The $1000 figure isn’t too bad when you compare it to the rest of the market, but the specifications didn’t exactly set hearts alight.We’ll have a full review later in the week, but for now I wanted to provide you all with the meat and potatoes for any gaming laptop: the benchmarks.


AMD Rectifies Crashes In Diablo 3 And GTA 5 With New Crimson Drivers

In the latest announcement for their Crimson drivers, AMD took steps to show how they’ve listened to the community and improved the user experience for gamers. “The community feedback gave us a clear list of issues,” the company said.

As it turns out, performance in games is a bit of a priority for AMD’s customers. And being able to play GTA 5 and Diablo 3 without crashing: surprisingly high on the list.


PC Graphics Card Showdown: NVIDIA Versus AMD

The hardest part of building a PC is picking the parts, especially when everyone around you seems to have an opinion. And no flame war is more prevalent than the NVIDIA snobs vs the AMD fanboys. What’s really going on with these two companies, and which card should you get?


Ask Gizmodo: Should I Upgrade My PC Piece By Piece?

Dear Gizmodo, My current desktop is on its last legs and I’m looking at upgrading. I bought it in 2008, so it’s definitely time to move on! The problem is I’m on a very tight budget. I was wondering if you had any advice on whether I should upgrade my components in increments, or try to save up and buy the whole thing in one go?


Ask Gizmodo: Which 4TB Hard Drive Should I Buy?

Hi guys, I really need to buy a new hard drive — but I am torn between the choice of a WD Black 4TB which is currently $309 on PC Case Gear or a Toshiba 4TB, which unfortunately they have stopped selling but other sites I think still do. However Toshiba also have the X300 series but I haven’t found any reviews on them. I was wondering if possible if you could do a comparison on them regarding performance and their pricing. Cheers, Peter


Graphics Card Battle 2015: Nvidia Versus AMD At Every Price Point

You might say 2015 hasn’t been the most exciting year for graphics cards, though in many ways it was more eventful than 2014. The only big highlight last year was the arrival high-end Maxwell GPUs in the form of the GeForce GTX 980 and 970. Then this year Maxwell did what many thought was impossible: becoming considerably faster.


HP's Pavilion x360 Is A Simple, Straightforward, And Friendly 2-In-1 Laptop

HP’s small, simple 2-in-1 laptops are an easy recommendation for high school or university students, parents, grandparents — just about anyone who needs a straightforward web-browsing and email-emailing PC that can do double duty as a tablet for a bit of Netflix or Stan or Spotify. At less than $700, the Pavilion x360 is the natural choice from the company’s extensive line-up; I gave one a quick test drive.


Australia Will Start Getting Steam Machines And Controllers Early Next Year

Hanging out for a compact, SteamOS-powered gaming machine for your living room? Well, you shouldn’t have to wait too much longer — we’re only a couple of months away from Valve’s vision of couch-gaming nirvana. Alienware will almost certainly be first cab off the rank, with a SteamOS variant of its Alpha home theatre PC.


Cheap PC Parts Giant Newegg Is Now Shipping To Australia

In Australia, we’ve never enjoyed the luxury of one big central online store to buy PC parts like monitors, RAM, CPUs and motherboards. In the past if you wanted to build a system, you’d have to do a lot of shopping around, looking for the best prices on StaticIce and PCPartPicker. Until today.

US online tech retailer Newegg — it’s like Amazon for computer parts, with competitive prices and a massive range in stock — is now shipping from Australian distributors to Australian addresses, and its prices even look pretty damn competitive.


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