Computers Archive

5 quick fixes for computer problems

Computers live by Murphy’s Law: “Whatever can go wrong, will go wrong.” Which is

This custom Commodore PET 2001 is a beautifully crafted retro gaming PC

Swedish designer Love Hultèn is known for his beautiful custom made retro gaming arcades

Samsung Notebook 9 Pro review: plastic and pens

When it comes to the Notebook 9 Pro, Samsung thinks sharing is caring. Available

Eve V review: can a scrappy upstart undercut the Surface Pro?

Back in May, I met a young CEO called Konstantinos Karatsevidis at the Computex

Dell’s latest XPS 13 is fast, nimble, and kind of stale

When Dell first introduced its redesigned XPS 13 laptop nearly three years ago, it

Origin EVO15-S review: thin and light gaming powerhouse

Here’s the issue with gaming laptops: they’re never as powerful or convenient as they

Lian Li Releases PC-Q38 Chassis: Small and Versatile mITX Case

Lian-Li has announced their latest small form factor (SFF) chassis, the PC-Q38. Lian-Li calls

Toshiba To Proceed With Sale Of Memory Business To Consortium

The latest and possibly final round of bidding for Toshiba’s memory business concluded today

Western Digital Stuns Storage Industry with MAMR Breakthrough for Next-Gen HDDs

Yesterday, Western Digital announced a breakthrough in microwave-assisted magnetic recording (MAMR) that completely took

Intel Documents Point to AVX-512 Support for Cannon Lake Consumer CPUs

A new update to the Intel document for software developers indicates that the company