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Systems | 10th November 2014
High performance hardware at reasonable pricing made us wonder what you can do for a grand, and the PC Specialist Minerva is the result.
Systems | 19th August 2014
We are giving away our custom design and built Asus STRIX Themed show system to one of our lucky readers!
OC3D Articles ›› Systems
Derrick Huey | 16th February 2010
Acer is the first to officially release a netbook utilizing Nvidia's ION 2 graphics solution.
Derrick Huey | 17th January 2010
MESH has announced what they believe to be the first commercially available DX11 compatible laptop.
Derrick Huey | 11th January 2010
YOYOTech has announced the first pre-built 4GHz i5 650 gaming system.
Systems | 16th April 2014
Today we review a power-packed, pocket-sized system from MESH Computers, with a 4770K and 290X in an iTX case.
Systems | 12th February 2014
How much do you need to spend to get a decent gaming rig? With the help of PCSpecialist, we've put together a great rig for an impressive price.
Systems | 5th February 2014
We take a look at the latest Zbox from Zotac - the first one they've ever released with a dedicated graphics chip capable of running games!
Systems | 22nd November 2013
We like the PC Specialist laptops, so how do their systems fare? We take a look at a model packed with hardware.
Systems | 23rd September 2013
Today we're reviewing a high-specification Haswell laptop from PC Specialist. With loads of configurations, how does it perform?
Alex Myers | 4th November 2009
Alienware have brought out their new Area-51 ALX PC, with an impressive feature set
Alex Myers | 3rd November 2009
Spring Design are suing Barnes and noble, claiming that they broke a non-disclosure agreement
Peter Stoba | 22nd October 2009
Apple refresh their Mac mini, MacBook and iMac ranges for Christmas.
Peter Stoba | 21st October 2009
A first from ASUS - a 3D gaming capable laptop with a 120hz screen.
Peter Stoba | 15th October 2009
A new notebook from HP that features a spill-proof keyboard and drainage system.
Peter Stoba | 14th October 2009
A $99 device that puts 3 million wikipedia articles in your pocket, now available.