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MSI Trident 3

By Kevin Lee MSI has introduced some impressively small PCs over the years, including a gaming-grade Mac Pro rival and a VR-capable backpack rig. However, in many ways, the MSI Trident 3 is the company’s sleekest gaming PC yet. Marketed as a console-killer, the MSI Trident 3 is about the size of an Xbox One…


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Acer Nitro 5 Gaming Laptop Targets Budget Gamers: Specs, Price And Availability

Acer has a new gaming notebook in store, and it’s designed for budget-conscious gamers. Meet the new Acer Nitro 5, hitting store shelves this summer. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Computers


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Philips Fidelio E6

By Alastair Marr Surround sound. The future of audio, the only way to experience your movies, games, TV and music, right? Well, actually, no. Sure, surround is great at times, but usually, good old-fashioned stereo will do fine. Surround setups need lots of speakers and lots of cables, and everything has to be in exactly…


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Claws Mail

By Cat Ellis Claws Mail is an open source email client with more bite than most. It’s not quite as slick as rivals like Mailbird Free, but whatever it lacks in polish it makes up for in speed and flexibility. It’s made primarily for Linux, but there’s also a port for Windows users, with an…


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Jaybird X3

By Harry Domanski When Jaybird released the Jaybird X2 wireless headphones, they quickly became a favorite for athletes and casual listeners alike. Their reputation grew thanks to rugged construction, impressive sound quality and, above all else a respectable price that just kept dropping. The appropriately named X3s carry the Jaybird torch onwards, improving on almost…


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Intel Wants To See Thunderbolt 3 Everywhere And Beyond Apple

Intel wants its proprietary Thunderbolt 3 interface to become widespread as much as possible. To that end, it just announced plans to make it more accessible to third-parties, an important step in the burgeoning high-speed interface future. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Computers


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Hostwinds

By Mike Williams Not decided which type of web hosting you need? Hostwinds does its best to help by offering you every possible option: shared, business, vBulletin, reseller, VPS, dedicated, budget Linux, premium Linux, Windows and more. The $4.50 (£3.60) a month Basic plan has none of the usual restrictions. You get unlimited bandwidth, disk…


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Microsoft’s New Surface Pro vs. Surface Pro 4: Specs And Features Compared

Microsoft is launching a new Surface Pro successor, with almost the same set of features as its predecessor except for the improved processors and graphics. Here’s how the new Surface Pro and Surface Pro 4 compare. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Computers


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Huawei Launches MateBook X To Take On Apple’s MacBook Air And It’s Both Stylish And Powerful

Huawei has officially unveiled its new MateBook X and it looks like a solid MacBook Air rival, sporting powerful specs and a sleek ultrabook design. Here’s what you need to know about specs, options, and pricing. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Computers


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A2 Hosting

By Mike Williams Founded back in 2003, A2 Hosting now provides products for just about all your web hosting needs. The company has a particular focus on performance, with website talk of ‘turbo servers’ and ‘up to 20x faster’ speeds for the top account, but there are plenty of other features on offer. Shared hosting…


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Chinese Manufacturer Huawei Looks To Make A Splash With New MateBook Laptops

Huawei tried to break into the U.S. market last year with the MateBook, to poor results. The company is looking to bounce back with new laptops in the MateBook line. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Computers


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Microsoft Unveils New Surface Pro With Major Improvements To Challenge Apple: Specs, Pricing And Availability [Video]

Microsoft officially unveiled its latest Surface Pro, boasting major improvements on all fronts. The new Surface Pro boasts Kaby Lake processing power, 50 percent longer battery life than its predecessor and more exciting specs, ready to take on Apple. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Computers


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Adobe Photoshop Express

By Cat Ellis Photoshop Express is a free, pared-back version of Adobe’s industry standard photo editor designed for making quick tweaks to images before you share them on social media. It’s ideal if you want to pretend that sunset yesterday was a little bit more dramatic, the sea was a little more blue when you…


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Bang and Olufsen BeoSound Shape

By Jon Porter Every audio brand under the sun likes to claim that their products seamlessly blend form and function, but the BeoSound Shape are quite unlike anything we’ve seen before. At first glance the sound system looks like an art installation. It’s a cluster of hexagonal tiles, arranged as you see fit to achieve…


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Samsung Galaxy Book

By Joe Osborne Samsung wants to make the 2-in-1 device work – you could say it’s crucial to the Apple-trouncing ecosystem the company wants to build. The company’s latest attempt at that is the Galaxy Book, a spiritual successor to its Galaxy TabPro S of last year. The Galaxy Book, frankly, doesn’t do a ton…


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