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The Lenovo Q190 is a tiny computer that you can hide out of sight behind a monitor or TV, but is it too small?
This Lenovo is a serious desktop PC, in a form you may not have considered. Will anyone take it seriously?
Is there still room for a machine that focuses on actually getting a job done, rather than fancy tricks? Let's see.
There's a new king of budget gaming hardware and it's the beating heart of this gaming rig from Aria PC.
It's probably not the finest time to release a gaming Ultrabook, but Gigabyte has done it anyway. Will it succeed?
The new Samsung NP535U3C-A02UK comes packing a new AMD A6 APU. Can the new combined graphics and processor on one die offer a serious alternative to the Ultrabook?
Getting the balance almost right, AMD shows it's still a contender in the laptop market - at least on price.
This laptop is a desktop replacement. In fact, the inclusion of a battery is just in case the power in your house goes; it's not going to do anything useful in a machine of this size.
We're living in the post-Ultrabook era. Even when laptops are designed to do something much more taxing than pushing websites around, we still expect them to be sexy.
The Linksys EA4500 isn't like a normal router. It's more like a glimpse at the future of networking.
The TomTom Via 135 boasts voice recognition and maps for the UK and Ireland, but does it offer truly hands-free sat nav?
The TPL-401E is one of the latest editions to Trendnet's powerline range, boasting support for the latest 500Mbps connection standard.
Netgear is a well respected name in networking, offering routers to wireless adaptors to Powerline tech. How does this kit fare?
The world and his dog is releasing, or at least talking about releasing, 802.11ac routers right now.
With smartphones growing more capable for navigation, can a 7-inch touchscreen sat nav persuade us to fork out for its services?