Popular Review Articles for 2008
The launch of Intel's new Core i7 microarchitecture presents a fantastic opportunity for computer manufacturers to introduce their own new products and boost flagging sales. Most of the new[...]
While most people look at HP and think of their consumer Pavilion (and now Compaq) lines, this area only constitutes one part of their overall business strategy. Now the[...]
The Lenovo ThinkCentre M57 Eco is a small form factor and low power consumption desktop. This environmentally friendly design lets the desktop draw a fraction of the power of standard[...]
Dell has made an effort in recent months to really turn around their product offerings with regards to style and design. No doubt due to the redoubling sales of[...]
HP is the largest computer manufacturer in the world. Most consumers are familiar with their laptops and desktops, but that isn't where the story ends. They also supply[...]
The HP TouchSmart IQ506 is HP's new top of the line, all-in-one computer. There are several companies that put out all-in-ones, these days; Apple famously has the iMac[...]
DesktopReview presents the third part of our ongoing series on how to build your own HTPC. In part I, we discussed the reasons for assembling a home theater PC[...]
Alienware has always had a reputation for catering to the enthusiast end of the PC market. They try to differentiate themselves from other computer manufacturers by offering high-end components[...]
Xbit Labs has done a review of all the current mid-range ATI FireGL and Nvidia Quadro FX professional graphics cards.
Lenovo is known far and wide for their business-oriented notebooks and desktops, and it's a shame considering the quality of their monitor line. A recent addition to the lineup[...]
In this ongoing series I've talked with you about why you should build an HTPC and what parts to get. I've gently cradled you and reassured you that you too[...]
So, we've decided building an HTPC (Home Theater PC) is the right plan, but now we need to figure out what to put in it. There's a thread that's been[...]
Reviews of the new ATI Radeon HD 4800 card from all around the web.
Microsoft is most well known for its ubiquitous operating system and related software. What theyre not as well known for is making some of the best computer peripherals anywhere.[...]
As we alluded to just last week, AMD released today two new graphics cards targeted at the low end of the market, with amazingly low prices. It's no surprise[...]
Get the recently reviewed Studio XPS for less than a grand! 25% off any Dell Studio desktop plus the Inspiron 530s under $300! Save $400 on[...]
AMD sent a limited number of ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2 graphics cards to review sites.
Celeron? Yes, Celeron. ASUS, unhappy with lukewarm nettop sales, has decided to shake things up by switching the trendy new Intel Atom processor for an older Celeron chip.[...]