Category: PC Hardware Reviews

Oct
18

HP Announces ZBook x2: HP’s First Detachable Workstation

By Joe Shields Today at the Adobe MAX conference in Las Vegas, HP will showcase their new HP ZBook x2. The ZBook x2 will be HP’s first detachable PC workstation, and, HP claims, the most powerful. The new ZBook x2 […]

Oct
18

NVIDIA Brings Back Destiny 2 Bundle Again for GTX 1080 & 1080 Ti Cards

By Nate Oh For what is the 3rd time this year, NVIDIA is offering the “New Legends Will Rise” Destiny 2 bundle for GeForce GTX 1080 and 1080 Ti graphics cards, systems, and laptops. From today until November 29th (or […]

Oct
18

Microsoft Introduces Surface Book 2: 7th/8th Generation i5/i7 CPUS, NVIDIA Discrete Graphics

By Joe Shields In what some would call a surprise announcement, Microsoft has unveiled the much anticipated Surface Book 2, 2 in 1 laptop. With content creators, designers, and PC gamers requiring more and more horsepower for demanding tasks, the […]

Oct
17

Microsoft Details The Xbox One Fall Update, Available Today

By Brett Howse There’s a lot going on in Xbox land, with the launch of the new Xbox One X console due for November 7th, and, thanks to the biannual Windows update schedule, Xbox is also getting the Fall Update […]

Oct
17

Hands-on & More With Huawei’s Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro: Kirin 970 Meets Artificial Intelligence

By Ian Cutress This morning Huawei is taking the wraps off of their latest generation flagship smartphone, the Mate 10 series. Powered by subsidiary HiSilicon’s Kirin 970 SoC, the new phones are a mix of something old and something new […]

Oct
16

Multiple WiFi Encryption Vulnerabilities Disclosed, Affecting Almost Everything

By Billy Tallis Today a collection of severe security vulnerabilities in the WPA2 encryption protocol for Wi-Fi are being disclosed, along with a proof of concept exploit. The weaknesses center around the process used for negotiating the encryption keys used […]

Oct
16

Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro Launch: Live Blog (2pm CEST, 8am ET, Noon UTC)

By Ian Cutress Huawei is having a launch event for its new Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro smartphones. The key headline for these devices is going to be the support for AI – the new Huawei Kirin 970 chipset […]

Oct
14

Evening Reading: Kaspersky Lab, Spying, & the Risks of Telemetry

By Ryan Smith In a little bit of cross-site synergy for the evening, Paul Wagenseil from our sister site Tom’s Guide has put together an interesting report discussing the recent developments surrounding Kaspersky Lab and the company’s antivirus software, which […]

Oct
14

Silicon Power Launches Bolt B80 External SSD: 500 MB/s, IP68, USB-C Interface

By Anton Shilov Silicon Power has announced its new lineup of stylish external SSDs. The SP Bolt B80 family of drives comes in a rugged UFO-shaped chassis, which is IP68 dust and waterproof. When it comes to performance, the Bolt […]

Oct
14

Eurocom Launches Sky X4C, X7C and X9C Laptops with Core i7-8700K CPUs

By Anton Shilov Eurocom has introduced its new Sky X4C, X7C and X9C desktop replacement notebooks featuring Intel’s latest six-core Coffee Lake processors (up to Core i7-8700K) and upgradeable NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics. Like other Eurocom systems, the machines are […]