Desktop Systems Guide
With the emerging releases of version 1.0 of SteamOS and full fledged Steam Machines next year, ready-made PCs dedicated solely for playing games may be the norm one day. In the meantime, we get pseudo-consoles like the Alienware Alpha.
At the Intel Future Showcase, we witnessed some tech products that will be landing on your hands soon while some in the distant future. Still, check out our impressions of some of the devices that we saw.
Dell has announced innovations across its PC business by introducing tablets, an innovative “smart desk” workspace of the future, an Ultra HD 5K monitor, and integrated security and manageability software solutions.
The long wait is over. Showcasing the same design, Apple has finally launched its new iMac with better Retina display. The new Apple iMac offers crisper and sharper images for the desktop with its 5K Retina display.
Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) has just announced that the Mini PC, LIVA, now preloads Windows 8.1 with Bing operation system to deliver more benefits and convenience to its users.
In addition to the iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3, Apple also introduced its newest desktop system, the iMac with Retina 5K display.
Apple is reportedly holding a press event on October 16 where it is expected to unveil the new iPads and new iMacs with Retina displays, along with the latest OS X Yosemite.
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Apple is reportedly in the final stage of testing the new iMacs with Retina displays right now. Thus, we can expect these new machines to be launched before the Holidays or before the year ends.
Adding to today's DDR4 options such as those from ADATA and Corsair, Kingston's HyperX division is introducing its Predator DDR4 kits. Available starting this month, the kits will be available at frequencies ranging from 2133MHz to 3000MHz.