Canadian computer firm launches new mobile server Canadian computer company Eurocom has launched the newest addition to its line of mobile servers, a 17.3”, 3.8 kg, PX7 Pro SE Mobile Server platform.
Laptop battery life claims over the top: study Apple apart, laptop manufacturers make overblown claims about battery life, with the reality being a fair bit removed from the claims.
Canadian firm claims world's most powerful laptop Canadian computer company Eurocom has launched what it claims is the most powerful laptop ever created: a 19.1-inch device that supports dual AMD Ryzen 7…
Dell unveils smallest Wyse thin client Dell has launched an x86 quad-core thin client designed for a virtual desktop environment.
Intel introduces Optane – 3D XPoint memory and SSD Intel plans to reinvent computer memory and storage with what it calls Intel Optane 3D XPoint (pronounced crosspoint) that includes a type of SSD that…
Toshiba PORTÉGÉ X20 – professional grade 5-in-1 Toshiba’s Portégé X20 has been released in Australia and New Zealand. It is a premium, professional grade, 5-in-1, 360° hinge, 12.5" HD touchscreen, Windows 10…
Battery-operated headphones catch fire on plane Battery-operated headphones being used by a woman on a Beijing-Melbourne flight exploded and left her with a blackened face and singed hair.
Epson launches six new mid-range business projectors Epson has launched its new 2000-series, a range of six new data projectors aimed at small to mid-sized business. All fall in the range of…
HP Pro x2 – hybrid tablet with potential HP has released a more affordable Pro version of its x2 Elite format, 2-in-1 hybrid, Windows 10 tablet that borrows many features from the enterprise…
Nvidia rounds out Quadro Pascal range with six new GPUs Nvidia's latest Quadro GPU cards speed up a variety of tasks, according to the company.

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