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The company says its 27-inch curved LCD display provides a more immersive viewing experience for PC gaming and video streaming.
The PC industry worldwide sold 136 million desktop PCs last year, along with 160 million traditional notebooks driven by keyboards and touchpads. Those big numbers explain why Microsoft is feverishly improving the desktop experience for "the next iteration of Windows."
Jerry Yang will share his advice on the Internet space and technology with the Chinese PC maker, which picked him for his "perspective, experience and proven entrepreneurial spirit".
Reports from the field by PC shoppers say Best Buy is doing a disastrous job of showcasing Microsoft's Surface RT tablets. And this is a surprise? The company has offered a miserable retail experience for years. How much longer can they keep this up?
U.S. PC maker will invest more efforts in Thailand's consumer IT space and entice young people to buy its notebooks and tablets via more concept stores and product experience centers.
Auslogics Driver Updater is an advanced tool that helps automate the task of getting all device and hardware drivers updated to the...
Building a PC should be easy. Design great hardware, add an operating system and any specialized tools that your hardware needs, and delight the user. So why do some PC makers insist on screwing things up?
Embarcadero Technologies today announced the availability of a new version of the AppWave business platform and PC app store designed to help ISVs improve their customer experience.
This player enables you to enjoy high quality Blu-ray and plenty of DVD titles with your PC. Ideals for Tablet PCs and touchscreen...
Chinese PC maker Lenovo could take the top spot as the world's biggest PC maker in a matter of weeks. But its lack of tablet experience in the post-PC world and low profit margins could hit the firm.
It's easy for an OEM to screw up a new Windows PC. Just add enough trialware and throw in a few unnecessary programs, and the customer gets a miserable out-of-box experience. Microsoft is trying to fix that with its Signature PC initiative. Does it work? And can it scale?
Doesn't matter how powerful your PC is, doesn't matter how many CPU cores you have, doesn't matter how many GPUs you have.
The PC offers the best gaming experience possible ... as long as your PC is powerful enough and the game actually runs.
The Microsoft Signature program aims to eliminate the frustrating out-of-box experience common with new Windows PCs.
Apple designs some of the best PC hardware you can buy, and its designs use the same parts as a Windows PC. Yes, you can run Windows on a Mac, but the experience is substandard. For Windows 8, Microsoft needs to replace Apple's Boot Camp software with its own.
I want to like my MacBook Air. I really, really do. But OS X is making the transition from Windows extremely tough. Read all about my experiences thus far.
Probably one of the most of the most-requested features here on Hardware 2.0 is for a 'Build-Your-Own PC' plan for the 'Ultimate' Photoshop system. Why Photoshop? Because it's a big, heavy application that when pushed hard can really tax a system. The better your hardware, the better your Photoshop experience will be.Well, here is is - my 'Ultimate' Photoshop rig guide.
The argument that I hear regularly from devoted games console fans is that the experience of playing the game on a console far outweighs that of playing on a PC. The graphics might be better on the PC, but gaming on the PC is a bug-ridden experience. But what about when you have the exact same bugs on multiple platforms?
Would you try to play the latest games on a 5 year old PC? Chances are that unless you'd carried out some significant upgrades in the GPU/CPU or RAM departments, or were willing to put up with a poor graphics experience, you wouldn't even bother. But if you play on a games console, then you are doing just that.
LAS VEGAS - Intel today unveiled the second generation of its Core processors - codenamed "Sandy Bridge" - playing up the visual elements that will create a new experience in computing, the company said.In a standing-room-only press conference at the Venetian Hotel, company CEO Paul Otellini talked about the next evolution of the PC and the push into evolving categories, including televisions, cars, digital signs and home automation systems.
Web browsing on mobile devices could overtake the desktop as early as 2015, say analysts who note mobile users will expect rich Web experience similar to the PC.
Choosing the right graphics card doesn't have to be a nightmare, but for many the experience fills them with dread. The buyer either risks overspending on a monstrous card featuring ten times as much power as they'll ever want or need (or that their PC can handle), or they'll spend good money on a card that lets them down when they decide to push it a little.
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