Looking to get in on the Oculus Rift VR headset, but don't quite have the required hardware to guarantee a smooth experience? Don't worry, as you can soon pre-order pre-built PCs that are Oculus Ready. Click the link to learn more.
3DMakers, a new website by Thermaltake will host a selection of printable 3D models of case accessories from both the company and members of the modding community. Intended as a platform for DIY enthusiasts and modders to share their designs, it will also feature picture galleries of case mod projects.
AMD has shared with us a number of updates about its products for the first quarter of 2016. Find out what's new in the link.
Compulab, a company based in Israel, has announced the Airtop, a fanless small form factor PC that can be configured as a gaming rig, workstation, or server. With passive cooling capacity up to 200 watts, it can fit components like an Intel Core i7 processor and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950 card.
HP, in partnership wth HTC, has launched two new Envy Phoenix 860 desktops that have been 'Virtual Reality Certified'. These are guaranteed to provide an optimal experience for the HTC Vive when it releases later this year, and will probably work with the Oculus Rift as well.
Dell’s idea of beginning the new year is by providing the professional working world with the latest workplace computing solutions.
There's no denying that Apple products are appealing to many. Just how appealing though? Apparently, in 2015, Apple managed to sell more iOS devices than all Windows devices combined.
There are now Skylake-based NUC kits with Thunderbolt 3 support from Intel. Before they arrive in stores though, the company has released four other new kits to whet your appetite. Read on to find out the new specifications of these space-saving mini desktops!
The latest 6th generation Intel Core m and Cherry Trail Atom x5 processors have been squeezed into the Compute Stick. Find out more in the link.
MSI is definitely showcasing some great stuff over at CES 2016 as well. Among them include the Gaming 27XT AIO, the first to support an external graphics card.