Steam Machine price list live – starts small, gets silly

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Following on from Zotac’s unveiling of their SN970 Steam Machine, Valve has come clean on how much their foray in to the living room will cost users. Bringing PC gaming in to the family room will cost as little as $460 (£302), which isn’t bad as most PC gamers will testify getting a half-near decent […]

Zotac SN970 – the first Steam Machine

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Valve continue their assault on living rooms, as well as virtual reality, and following their recent announcement that the first series of third-party Steam Machine PCs would arrive this November, Zotac have unveiled their SN970 Steam Machine. Zotac is one of over a dozen manufacturers who are currently cobbling together family room-friendly gaming computers which […]

Raspberry Pi 2 announced – free Windows 10 and Snappy Ubuntu Core

Raspberry Pi 2

Did you ever think that a time would come when you could by a Windows PC running the latest operating system for under £25? Well, with the new Raspberry Pi 2, you can. Microsoft is getting behind the latest Pi which has been announced today. The Raspberry Pi Foundation’s low-cost DIY computer has become a […]

Nvidia targets League of Legends players and Dota 2 with a new graphics card

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With the rise in popularity of multiplayer online battle arena games like Dota 2 and League of Legends hasn’t escaped the notice of Nvidia. The latest graphics card from the company comes for those gamers that have the love of such games in mind. The GTX 960 is the newest member of Nvidia’s latest 900 […]

Lian Li reveals O series wall-mountable PC cases

Lian-Li O Series PC cases

If you keep up with the latest custom PC builds then you will have seen them actually built into desks and also wall-mounted. Should your skills not stretch to a scratch-built machine then perhaps you should turn your attention to Lian Li’s O Series. I’ve received an email from Lian Li about their new open-air, […]

Stanford Uni moves closer to replacing computer wires with light

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We all know that optical fibre broadband is faster than the internets coming down wires, don’t we? It therefore stands to reason that using light to carry data in your computer will make it speedier too. Engineers at Stanford University have created a barcode-like silicon chip that can bend light, moving one step closer towards […]