Beneath the Surface – sleeping sickness cured? Some of Microsoft’s Surface Book and Pro 4, especially with the i7 processor, have suffered from sleeping sickness – where a cold boot (size 9…
Storage services provider finds HGST drives most reliable Hard drives from Hitachi Global Storage Technologies have come out ahead of the pack as far as reliability goes, in figures released by the storage…
Lenovo introduces PC as a service If you run a fleet of hundreds of PCs, Lenovo's new PC as a Service might be a way of cutting costs.
Crucial brings high-density server RAM to Australia Memory and storage supplier Crucial has added 32GB DDR4 VLP RDIMMs and 64GB DDR4 LRDIMMs to its local range.
Nvidia's new midrange graphics card: the Quadro M2000 Based on the company's established Maxwell GPU architecture, the Nvidia Quadro M2000 is said to be the world's most powerful graphics card in the sub-US$500…
HP ZBooks – rock solid, notebook sized, workstations HP must have left the best for last when naming its latest bullet-proof, heavy duty, workstation, notebooks. Meet the ZBook.
PC market suffers huge decline in shipments as currency shifts take toll Worldwide PC shipments have declined for six consecutive quarters, with shipment volumes of 64.8 million in the first quarter this year the lowest since 2007. …
LAUNCH VIDEO + Interview: HP’s ‘world-thinnest’ 10.4mm laptop, full 6th-gen Core i5/i7 power Spectre might be one of Bond’s most formidable enemies, but HP’s Spectre is designed to make customers cheer and competitors fear HP’s constant reinvention.
VIDEOS: HP reinvents its printers- new Pagewide, OfficeJet Pro and LaserJet On a quest to reinvent itself after splitting into two separate companies, HP’s new printers show there’s plenty of innovation driving the company, its products…

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