Steve Tilley - May 24th, 2011
Dude, you’re getting a… wait a minute. That’s not a Dell, is it? Is it?
Actually, it is. Today, Dell officially takes the wraps off the Dell XPS 15z, the first entry in the company’s new line of thinner, lighter, more style-conscious notebook computers, aimed at folks who want a significant amount of power in their wee portable beasties but don’t want to carry around a massive slab of boring coloured plastic to get it.
Jesse Michaels - May 13th, 2011
The Dell Inspiron Duo could easily be the punchline to a “what do you get if you cross” joke. That said, it isn’t a joke – depending on how you use it.
GetConnected - April 27th, 2011
You may be aware that Dual Boot facility (having the ability to boot in more than one OS) is available for mobile devices like HTC HD2 but tablets have lagged behind in this race. Taiwanese manufacturer Gigabyte has decided to take the lead and has announced two dual boot tablets to be launched later this year.
GetConnected - January 25th, 2010
The other day I was building a new Windows 7 computer for a friend and when I was done installing the operating system I wanted to check out how the system was running.
In previous versions of Windows I would have relied on MBM5 or PC Probe (motherboard monitoring software), but I thought that I might as well look to see what was out there for Windows 7 to keep track of how the hardware was running while in the operating system.
Jesse Michaels - January 5th, 2010
Over the holidays, I decided to make a project of building a home theatre PC. HTPC’s are exactly as they sound – computers that connect to your big screen/home theatre. In my case, I have an amazing Pioneer plasma display that was practically begging to be connected to a computer!