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Posts Tagged ‘hardware’

Raspberry Pi
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by Gareth Halfacree
It is selling faster than they can make it, with global demand proving insatiable, but can the Raspberry Pi live up to the hype? Gareth Halfacree reveals all…

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by Simon Brew
Want to watch a Blu-ray on your PC? That’ll be £50 please. Simon, for one, is fed up of this game. Join him as he looks at one of the many wheezes the proprietary software and hardware industry are still trying to pull…

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by Russell Barnes
This highly versatile 3G mobile broadband gadget puts a personal Wi-Fi hotspot in your pocket, but watch for scorch marks on your wallet…

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Features
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by Simon Brew
Simon thinks that having consumer-friendly standards is a good and useful thing. Hardware manufacturers, for different reasons, tend to agree…

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by Rory MacDonald
Insiders predict the open source hardware market will be worth over $1billion within the next five years…

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by John Brandon
The HP Elite 7000 Microtower is quite capable: it has an Intel i7 860 2.8GHz quad-core processor with an 8MB L2 cache and an ATI Radeon HD 4550 graphics card built for Blu-ray movie playback…

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by John Brandon
When we reviewed the Lenovo IdeaCentre Q100 not long ago, we had one critical complaint: while the system looked sleek, it ran too slow for even rudimentary tasks. That main complaint has been partially solved with the successor – the IdeaCentre Q110.

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by Richard Smedley
Enter, the Arduino: a low-cost, open source, tiny hardware board for connecting the real world to your computer, and/or to the whole internet. What can be done with it? Everything…

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by John Brandon
The Acer AspireRevo nettop is a new hybrid of an old concept. Thin computing is older than the hills, an idea Sun tried ages ago. Read on to see how the Revo fared in testing…

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by John Brandon
For those new to Linux, or for the hardcore enthusiast who needs a morale boost, there’s nothing quite like installing a powerful, latest-gen distro onto a powerful workstation computer. The Lenovo ThinkStation S20 runs an Intel Xeon W3503 processor at 2.97GHz, has 4GB of DDR-3 PC3-10600 RAM and an Nvidia Quadro NVS290 256MB video card…

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Nov
27
Linutop 3
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Posted by Russell Barnes
The third iteration of the Linutop is not as small and power-efficient as the previous model, but it sports a new design, a faster processor and improved hardware…

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