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Hands-on Preview: Asus ROG Zephyru gaming laptop


Thin. Quiet. Powerful. The holy trinity of gaming laptops. It used to be a pipe dream – either you had a skinny, silent machine that struggled with anything more demanding than Solitaire, or you had huge, bulky machines with powerful GPUs – and fans that sounded like a hurricane to ...

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Review: Review: Metabox Prime P650HP-G gaming laptop


While the other laptops this issue focus on portability, battery life, sexiness and convertibility, the Metabox Prime P650HP-G is an entirely different creature. This chunky hunk of plastic forgoes artisan-crafted aluminium shells, or a chassis so thin that it can barely be seen side on. No, this laptop focuses on ...

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The Gaming Edge: Gigabyte and Aorus


Ryzen Powerful in Purpose. Efficient in Design The new Gigabyte Gaming and Aorus Gaming Motherboards will be built with support for AMD Ryzen CPU architecture. Ryzen, built on the AMD AM4 platform, has crucial technologies that ensure users have the most efficiency when it comes to performance and power consumption. With ...

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Hands-on Preview: Acer Predator Triton 700


Razer had better watch its back: the current king of thin-but-powerful gaming laptops has a new challenger. Acer’s Predator Triton 700 has all the top-spec hardware you’d expect, courtesy of Intel and Nvidia, but hasn’t piled on the pounds to make room for it. At just 18.9mm with the lid closed, ...

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Review: Review: Asus ROG GR8 II gaming PC


We’ve been inundated with mini-PCs of late, with tiny towers packing SLI systems, shoeboxes that are VR ready, and now this relatively affordable PS4-sized package. We can thank both Intel and Nvidia for dropping the energy requirements – and resulting thermal output – of its products for this revolution in ...

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Review: Review: Corsair One Pro gaming PC


Corsair’s no stranger to PC building. Apart from having a wide range of components under its belt, from cases to power supplies, it’s also had a go with the Bulldog kit PC. It was an odd first choice for the company, and a product that seemed to be a solution ...

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Review: Review: Lenovo Y710 Cube gaming PC


Lenovo might be better known for its office and productivity PCs, but it’s being making a go of the gaming market in recent times. Their latest shot at gaming greatness is the Y710 Cube, an almost-mini-PC that packs some decent hardware into a very small box. It’s not quite small ...

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