April 20, 2016
SilverStone's PT13: Small, Easily Configured, and Cramped
Do you desire to cram a x86 computer in a case that takes up less than 1.5 liters of space? Than SilverStone may have what you are looking for if your a fan of the thin Mini-ITX standard.
March 16, 2016
Remix OS for PC Beta: Jide Tech is Moving in the Right Direction (Updated March 17, 2016)
A while back I took a look at Jide's Remix Mini (you can check it out here) and I liked what I saw. Now Jide has released the Remix OS for PC Beta and I gotta tell ya I'm pretty excited about it.
January 13, 2016
Jide's Remix Mini: The World's First True Android PC
Microsoft's Windows OS has had some growing pains as of late with their last two OS releases. This has left a lot of people considering a switch in their desktop OS choice. Enter the Remix Mini.
August 14, 2015
change.org: Add live TV and DVR functionality to Windows 10 Movies & TV app!
Windows Media Center has gone the way of the dodo with Windows 10. It's apparent replacement is an exclusive Windows 10 app called Movies & TV. However this app does not include the ability to watch live TV or DVR functionality. I would like to get Microsoft to add this functionality to the Movies & TV app. DVR functionality is going to be added to XBOX One sometime in 2016. So why would a Windows 10 PC be less functional than the XBOX One? Thanks for your support and God bless.
August 6, 2015
Celeron J1900 Thin Mini-ITX Motherboard Comparison: Habey vs. Mitac
A few years ago Intel came up with the thin mini-ITX standard. This standard was full of promise with customizable all in one PC's, small form factor VESA mountable PC's, and custom server appliances. Sadly the market never really grasped the promise that the standard could bring and with Intel's departure from board making the thin mini-ITX standard is all but dead nowadays.
June 30, 2011
ECS's HDC-I2: The Cheapest E-350 Mini-ITX Motherboard Money Can Buy
Are you trying to build low power PC that has the ability to playback full 1080p HD content on the cheap? If so then the HDC-I2 from ECS may just be what you are looking for.
June 15, 2011
APEX's MI-008: Mini-ITX Case Goodness
Have you been looking for a relatively inexpensive mini-ITX case that uses standard PC components such as 5.25" and 3.5" drives? Then Apex may just have what you are looking for.
June 2, 2011
ASUS's E35M1-M Pro: A Near Perfect Low Power HTPC Motherboard
With the introduction of the Zacate platform AMD has created a great all in one solution for HTPC builders that has the potential to be the Holy Grail of HTPC motherboards.
March 27, 2011
GIGABYTE's GA-E350N-USB3: A Good Low Power HD Solution
Intel's Atom chip has dominated in the low power computing market segment since its introduction having only VIA's Nano and C7 series of chips to compete with. Now AMD has entered the fray with its first wave of fusion chips.
March 22, 2011
Microsoft's Internet Explorer 9 Debacle: Windows XP Users Get Left out in the Cold
Ever since Firefox and Chrome started chipping away at Internet Explorer's market share Microsoft has had a good enough attitude with its Internet Explorer browser.
March 5, 2011
Gigabyte's GeForce GTX 560 Ti: Overclocked and Ready to Rock
When TSMC canceled its 32nm node in 2009 it forced both NVIDIA and AMD to rethink their strategies for their second round of DX11 supporting GPU's.
February 10, 2011
ASRock's PV530: For a Very Select Market
ASRock has long been a manufacturer known for their innovative designs and their ability to design boards with older chips that fit newer CPU sockets to help the chip designers out when they have a surplus of older chips lying around.
June 15, 2010
PowerColor's Radeon HD 5670: DirectX 11 Goodness Under $100
ATI's latest surge in the PC gaming market has not been built on having the absolute fastest video cards available but giving the customer a video card that has good performance at decent price points. This has helped the value conscious PC gamers out there to see their games play with higher resolutions and quality settings.
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