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December 11, 2013 by

Why I chose a maxed-out iMac over a powerful PC

Sometimes, when you know exactly the application you're solving for, the right machine might not be what seems obvious at first. In this case, both against PCs and against the new Mac Pro, the iMac turned out to be the best option.

March 28, 2012 by

NComputing M300

NComputing's M300 thin client/virtual desktop infrastructure solution is straightforward to set up and manage, and also extremely cost-effective. Schools, small businesses or other budget-strapped organisations should consider putting spare desktop PCs or servers to work hosting this well-designed VDI system.

January 4, 2011 by

CES 2011: A closer look at Intel's Sandy Bridge chips

Intel will announce its new line of processors, code-named Sandy Bridge, at a press conference tomorrow, but at this point it is a mere formality. The changes to the microarchitecture have been known for some time and the only remaining question was just how well Sandy Bridge would perform. Now we now that too.

November 29, 2010 by

Apple MacBook Air 2010 (13.3in.)

We like the 13.3in. MacBook Air's slimline design, high-resolution screen, fast boot time and long battery life. If the price and one or two feature omissions don't put you off, it's a great notebook to use and to be seen using.

October 26, 2010 by

Apple Mac Pro (Mid 2010)

The top-end 12-core Mac Pro reviewed here is an expensive specialist purchase, but there are plenty of more affordable configurations for those with less exotic requirements. We have some quibbles, but the Mac Pro is highly recommended. However, cautious buyers may want to wait for the 2011 version with Intel's forthcoming Sandy Bridge processors.


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