Acer is serious about external graphics — the idea that you can plug a graphics card into a relatively weak computer and make it more powerful whenever you need. How serious? The company will sell two computers with external graphics in mind, starting this year.
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I own a Dell XPS One 27 — a giant touchscreen PC. It's basically a huge 27-inch monitor with an entire computer crammed inside. The Windows equivalent of an iMac. I like the compact, integrated design so much I've bought two of them over the years, but I've never really had a need for the touchscreen — it's just kind of there.
HP has some new PCs for you to ogle, including a reinvented Pavilion X2 tablet-laptop hybrid, a new Envy laptop, and the Envy Phoenix gaming desktop. It's a big makeover for the company's line-up, laptops especially, and if you're looking for a new machine to take to school or uni then your interest should be piqued.
Every June, the PC industry descends on Taipei to show off its latest wares. The Computex trade show is a great place to see some awesome new gadgets and spot computing trends. So, what kind of promising new computers did they build on the eve of Windows 10?
Back in the '90s, you could buy a bargain-brand Gateway or eMachines PC for about $US400. They were everywhere. Everybody's grandma got in on the action. They were also, objectively, pretty crappy computers. That's more true now than ever. Why? Because now we have the $US180 HP Stream Mini. That's why.