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Lian-Li's Slick, Tempered Glass Desk Doubles As A Computer Case

PC case manufacturer Lian-Li has a reputation for crafting wacky containers for your computer bits. Its latest offering however manages to blend wacky with practicality, being both a desk and a case.


The Next Version Of DisplayPort Will Drive 8K Monitors With HDR Video

You probably take the DisplayPort on your laptop for granted, but the folks that develop the standard have been working hard to make it perform way better — and the next version will allow you to drive an 8K display with HDR video, if you ever happen to own one.


The Raspberry Pi 3's Quad-Core CPU Can Hit 100C Under Load

Each major version of the Raspberry Pi has managed to double the core count, with the Pi 3 sporting the quad-core BCM2837. More transistors, more speed and unsurprisingly, more heat. In fact, according to online reports, the chip in the latest Pi can hit 100°C when maxed out. But is that workload realistic?


Microsoft: Windows 10 To Be The Only Supported OS On Modern CPUs

It’s been a long time since we’ve had to worry about CPU / OS incompatibilities. In fact, the last time it was an issue was the shift from x86 to x64, but that was largely transparent to consumers thanks to AMD and its x86-64 specification, which was later adopted by Intel. Now, with Windows 7 having just entered its extended support phase, Microsoft has taken the opportunity to drop the news that only Windows 10 will be supported on upcoming CPUs.


Star Trek Creator Gene Roddenberry's Lost Disks Recovered After 25 Years

These days we do a better job of storing data so it’ll be readable 10, 20 and even 50 years down the line. Back in the 90’s however, we weren’t so diligent. As such, the task of recovering the 25-year old “lost” disks of Gene Roddenberry proved difficult, requiring months of painstaking work to not only retrieve the data, but translate it.


ASUS' Quad-Core, 14" EeeBook E402 Now Available In Australia

Another day, another portable computer for you to consider. Does ASUS’ latest release, the EeeBook E402, have what it takes to tempt your wallet? I guess we’ll need to take a look at the specifications to find out. And pictures, because you’ll be looking at the thing constantly.


What's The Creepiest Thing Your Computer Has Ever Done?

Whether or not you believe in the supernatural, there’s almost certainly been a moment in your life when you were sure your computer was possessed.


Aorus X5 G-Sync Laptop: Australian Review

We’re seeing some pretty crazy and groundbreaking tech come out of Taiwan recently. Gaming laptops are chief amongst those, always making advancements in processing power and graphics grunt, all while getting thinner and sleeker. This is exactly the case with the new Aorus X5, which also has a display certified for flicker-free gaming by Nvidia; apparently it’s the world’s most powerful 15-inch laptop.


D-Link AC3200 Ultra Wi-Fi Router: Australian Review

I never thought that I’d see a Wi-Fi router that was both bigger and more ostentatious than the Netgear Nighthawk X6, but that day has come. The D-Link AC3200 (DIR-890L) is a giant glossy red triangular prism with six huge antennas sticking out of it, and promises tri-band Wi-Fi performance of up to 3200Mbps. This is one massive router, but it does what it says on the tin very well.


When Is The Best Time To Buy A New Laptop? (And What's Next From Intel)

So your trusty laptop is starting to show its age. No one can blame you for wanting a new one, but when should you pull the trigger and buy?


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