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0 The ZX Spectrum Next has now hit Kickstarter

The ZX Spectrum Next has now hit Kickstarter

Systems | 23/04/2017

The ZX Spectrum Next has now hit Kickstarter, offering new Spectrum hardware with full backwards compatibility and lots of hardware upgrades.

2 PC Specialist announce their first Liquid Series: Limited Edition systems

PC Specialist announce their first Liquid Series: Limited Edition systems

Systems | 21/04/2017

PC Specialist has now announced their first Liquid Series: Limited Edition systems.

2 Nintendo are discontinuing their Mini NES Classic

Nintendo are discontinuing their Mini NES Classic

Systems | 13/04/2017

Nintendo is now discontinuing their Mini NES Classic console, now sending their final shipments to retailers.

14 Microsoft reveal Project Scorpio's official specifications

Microsoft reveal Project Scorpio's official specifications

Systems | 06/04/2017

Microsoft has revealed Project Scorpio's official specifications, which include heavily customised CPU and GPU designs as well as some innovative new features for backwards compatibility.

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7 Project Scorpio has been listed on Amazon

Project Scorpio has been listed on Amazon

Systems | 05/04/2017

Project Scorpio has been listed on Amazon, stating that the console will be a true 4K console, hi-fidelity VR and offer full Xbox One backwards compatibility.

8 The Xbox Scorpio will be announced this Thursday at 2pm UK

The Xbox Scorpio will be announced this Thursday at 2pm UK

Systems | 04/04/2017

The Xbox Scorpio will be announced this Thursday at 2pm UK time and a 6am Pacific time.

0 Several Gigabyte Brix SSF PCs have UEFI vulnerabilities

Several Gigabyte Brix SSF PCs have UEFI vulnerabilities

Systems | 04/04/2017

Several Gigabyte Brix SSF PCs have been found to have UEFI vulnerabilities, which could be used to create a backdoor into the system or make unauthorised changes to the OS.

16 Corsair release their One series compact gaming PC

Corsair release their One series compact gaming PC

Systems | 23/03/2017

Corsair has now released their compact One series gaming PC, with water cooled components to offer premium performance and silent operation.

0 Nintendo confirms that Joy-Con controller issues are due to manufacturing variations

Nintendo confirms that Joy-Con controller issues are due to manufacturing variations

Systems | 22/03/2017

Nintendo has confirmed that the Switch's Joy-Con controller issues are due to manufacturing variations, which have now been fixed at the factory level.

0 Nintendo are set to double Switch production

Nintendo are set to double Switch production

Systems | 17/03/2017

Nintendo are now set to double the production of their new Switch console to offset the huge demand for the console since launch.

2 The Xbox One Project Scorpio will support HVEC/VP9 playback and 4K 60FPS DVR

The Xbox One Project Scorpio will support HVEC/VP9 playback and 4K 60FPS DVR

Systems | 14/03/2017

The Xbox One Project Scorpio will support HVEC/VP9 playback and 4K 60FPS game DVR recording and streaming.

4 The Nintendo Switch has been hacked using a WebKit exploit

The Nintendo Switch has been hacked using a WebKit exploit

Systems | 13/03/2017

The Nintendo Switch has been hacked using a WebKit exploit on the device's web browser, potentially paving the way to custom software and other device exploits.

3 BT agrees to legally separate Openreach from the company

BT agrees to legally separate Openreach from the company

Systems | 10/03/2017

BT agrees to legally separate Openreach from the company, ensuring that Openreach treats all of their customers equally and provide better service to all ISPs.

10 Do not use custom skins on your Nintendo Switch

Do not use custom skins on your Nintendo Switch

Systems | 05/03/2017

It has been discovered that custom skins for the Nintendo Switch can irreparably damage the console, with adhesives eating away at the surface of Nintendo's new console.

7 Nintendo does not consider dead pixels on the Switch a defect

Nintendo does not consider dead pixels on the Switch a defect

Systems | 05/03/2017

Nintendo does not consider dead pixels on the Switch a defect.

1 Razer updates their 14-inch Blade notebooks with Kaby Lake CPUs

Razer updates their 14-inch Blade notebooks with Kaby Lake CPUs

Systems | 13/02/2017

Razer has updated their new 14-inch Blade notebooks with Kaby Lake CPUs.

6 MSI announce their GE62 Camo Squad series of notebooks

MSI announce their GE62 Camo Squad series of notebooks

Systems | 10/02/2017

MSI announce their GE62 Camo Squad series of notebooks.

20 Overclockers UK announce their £24000 8Pack OrionX

Overclockers UK announce their £24000 8Pack OrionX

Systems | 26/01/2017

Overclockers UK has announced their most powerful pre-built system to date, the 8Pack OrionX, sporting two Ultra-High-End PCs in a single custom water-cooled chassis. This PC costs £23,999.99

31 New Xbox One Project Scorpio specs have been leaked

New Xbox One Project Scorpio specs have been leaked

Systems | 24/01/2017

New Xbox One Project Scorpio specs have been leaked, confirming that the new console will have no ESRAM, 4x the L2 cache and a GPU that is more advanced than AMD's current Polaris offerings.

15 ASUS release their Tinker Board Raspberry Pi competitor

ASUS release their Tinker Board Raspberry Pi competitor

Systems | 20/01/2017

ASUS has now launched their Tinker Board, a Raspberry Pi competitor with the same form factor, additional CPU performance, more memory and H.264 decode capabilities.

3 Nintendo marks the Wii U as end of life

Nintendo marks the Wii U as end of life

Systems | 20/01/2017

March 3rd marks the end of life of the Wii U, with Nintendo announcing that they will be making no more games for the device.

14 Corsair release their Bulldog 2.0 Barebones PC kit

Corsair release their Bulldog 2.0 Barebones PC kit

Systems | 17/01/2017

Corsair has released their new Bulldog 2.0 Barebones PC kit, offering a Z270 motherboard, an AIO liquid cooler and an 80+ gold rated PSU in a console like form-factor.

0 Raspberry Pi release their CM3 compute module

Raspberry Pi release their CM3 compute module

Systems | 16/01/2017

Raspberry Pi release their CM3 compute module, which offers as much power as the Raspberry Pi 3 for prices as low as $25.

34 Will the Nintendo Switch's price be its downfall?

Will the Nintendo Switch's price be its downfall?

Systems | 13/01/2017

The Nintendo Switch will cost £280 in the UK, which is more than the cost of both a PS4 or Xbox One, with game preorders costing as much as £60.

12 Sorry Razer, your stolen Valerie is in another castle

Sorry Razer, your stolen Valerie is in another castle

Systems | 13/01/2017

It looks like Razer's recently stolen Project Valerie prototype has made it onto the Chinese website Taobau, where it is for sale for 150000 Yuan ($22000). This sale is a fake.

2 ASRock reveals their new DeskMini Micro-STX gaming PCs

ASRock reveals their new DeskMini Micro-STX gaming PCs

Systems | 11/01/2017

ASRock has revealed their new DeskMini series of Micro-STX gaming PCs, coming with up to an i7 7700K and a GTX 1060/RX 480 with dimensions of only 210mm x 157.5mm x 81.9mm.

7 ASUS announces their GR8 II compact VR ready PC

ASUS announces their GR8 II compact VR ready PC

Systems | 11/01/2017

ASUS has announced their GR8 II gaming PC, a compact 4-litre PC that is VR ready with a Kaby Lake i7 CPU and a GTX 1060 GPU.

28 Two Razer prototypes have been stolen at CES 2017

Two Razer prototypes have been stolen at CES 2017

Systems | 09/01/2017

Several Razer prototypes have been stolen from their booth at CES 2017.

5 All of everything ASUS at CES 2017

All of everything ASUS at CES 2017

Systems | 05/01/2017

The ASUS booth at CES is overflowing with ROG goodness and we run you through the important bits.

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