Misc PCs & Laptops

Review: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+

Review: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+

A speed boost, but no price rise, makes this iteration of the Model B Pi more tempting than ever.
By Darien Graham-Smith Jul 24 2018, 12:12PM
DUO is a portable second screen that slides out from your Mac or Windows notebook’s lid

DUO is a portable second screen that slides out from your Mac or Windows notebook’s lid

One two watch.
By Craig Grannell Jun 28 2018, 11:04AM
Apple offers free fixes for faulty MacBook keyboards

Apple offers free fixes for faulty MacBook keyboards

Tech giant relents after lawsuits and petition demand it to fix its troubled design.
By Staff Writer Jun 26 2018, 8:56AM
Review: GPD Win Pocketable Gaming PC

Review: GPD Win Pocketable Gaming PC

A promise of amazing things to come.
By Anthony Fordham Jun 19 2018, 12:30PM
Apple might achieve what Windows 10 never could

Apple might achieve what Windows 10 never could

Putting the same chips into MacBooks and iPhones opens up exciting possibilities.
By Darien Graham-Smith Jun 18 2018, 10:41AM
How to build a Raspberry Pi-powered robot

How to build a Raspberry Pi-powered robot

Want to create your own tiny PiBot? Here's how
By Staff Writer Jun 14 2018, 9:10AM
How-to: Speed up your laptop

How-to: Speed up your laptop

Does your ageing laptop need a boost? Here are ten software tweaks and hardware upgrades that will give your computer a new lease of life.
By Clare Hopping Jun 12 2018, 10:33AM
Sharp to acquire Toshiba's PC business

Sharp to acquire Toshiba's PC business

Sharp will use parent company Foxconn's manufacturing expertise to produce the PCs at a lower cost
By Staff Writer Jun 12 2018, 10:28AM
How to: Build a Raspberry Pi security camera

How to: Build a Raspberry Pi security camera

Build your own cut-price surveillance equipment.
By Mark Mayne Jun 7 2018, 10:54AM
Qualcomm unveils the Snapdragon 850: a mobile chip for Windows PCs

Qualcomm unveils the Snapdragon 850: a mobile chip for Windows PCs

This one is just for Windows…
By Alan Martin Jun 6 2018, 10:22AM
How to: Keep a laptop secure when you're on the go

How to: Keep a laptop secure when you're on the go

Strong passwords aside, we take a look at the best, and cheapest, tools available for protecting your files.
By Clive Webster Jun 5 2018, 10:25AM
Finally, the PC market is growing more stable

Finally, the PC market is growing more stable

The PC refresh cycle will ensure shipments don't drop too far, Canalys explains.
By Clare Hopping May 31 2018, 11:17AM
How to: Turn a Raspberry Pi into a VPN server

How to: Turn a Raspberry Pi into a VPN server

A guide to building an encrypted connection to your home network from anywhere.
By Chris Finnamore May 30 2018, 10:34AM
The Mini PC is a 5-inch Windows 10 touchscreen device small enough to slip into a pocket

The Mini PC is a 5-inch Windows 10 touchscreen device small enough to slip into a pocket

Pocket to ’em.
By Craig Grannell May 29 2018, 12:35PM
HP boosts premium PC and laptop lineups

HP boosts premium PC and laptop lineups

Both the Elite and Envy ranges get a facelift with new convertibles, laptops and all-in-ones
By Staff Writer May 16 2018, 8:41AM
Review: Alcatel PLUS 12 2-in-1

Review: Alcatel PLUS 12 2-in-1

Well designed, but so slow that it’s almost useless.
By Anthony Agius May 14 2018, 12:27PM
Does the Model B+ push back a potential Raspberry Pi 4?

Does the Model B+ push back a potential Raspberry Pi 4?

A Pi-free 2017 was set to be followed by a Pi-free 2018 but the launch of the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ has changed this.
By Alan Martin Apr 24 2018, 10:38AM
How to: Build a Vive Pro-ready gaming PC

How to: Build a Vive Pro-ready gaming PC

Reach the next level of your VR ventures with this essential rig-building guide...
By Ryan Jones Apr 18 2018, 12:22PM
Intel SPI flash flaw could enable hackers to delete computer bios

Intel SPI flash flaw could enable hackers to delete computer bios

Vulnerability could leave users with bricked systems. Intel has fixed a flaw that could prevent a system from booting, to cause it to operate in an unusual way, or execute arbitrary code during the system boot sequence.
By Rene Millman Apr 17 2018, 9:23AM
PC shipments fall for the 14th quarter in a row

PC shipments fall for the 14th quarter in a row

Gartner blames longer refresh cycles, higher component costs, and China.
By Staff Writer Apr 13 2018, 8:33AM