MSI proudly presents the upgraded Gaming All-in-One PC: MSI Gaming 24. Equipped with more powerful hardware than its predecessor, this system is capable and ready to run the newest PC games in full glory. The large 24″ Full HD display offers an outstanding gaming experience with fast response times for improved gaming performance. By using the HDMI input, the display can also be used to connect a game console.
ZOTAC International, a global innovator and leading manufacturer of graphics cards, original manufacturer of ZBOX Mini PCs, and solid state drives, brings next gen performance in ZBOX Mini PCs by introducing a 6th generation Intel Skylake processor in the ZOTAC ZBOX MI551.
MSI proudly presents the Gaming All-in-One PC: MSI Gaming 27. Equipped with powerful hardware, this system is capable of running the newest PC games in high resolution with ultra settings. The large 27″ Full HD display offers an outstanding gaming experience with fast response times for improved gaming performance.
Lenovo has just announced a brand new all-in-one line called the Yoga Home. These new devices are loaded with Windows 10 and offer quite a lot of potential. They are made for in-home use and you can tell by their size. The Yoga Home flagship product is the 27-inch Yoga Home 900 all-in-one PC.
Yesterday Apple announced their brand new 21.5 and 27-inch iMac models. These new models feature new retina displays and much more. Apple computers have always been more expensive than a PC and definitely more expensive than building your own PC. So how much does a completely maxed out 27-inch iMac cost?
AMD has just announced availability of its latest budget socket FM2+ APU, the A8-7670K. THis APU is based on the company’s new 28nm “Godvari” silicon. It is the combination of a quad-core x86-64 CPU based on the “Excavator” micro-architecture and a Radeon R7 series graphics core that has six Graphics CoreNext 1.2 compute units, which gives you 384 stream processors, a dual channel DDR3 integrated memory controller, with native support for DDR3-2133 MHz memory, and a PCI-Express gen 3.0 root complex.
Intel’s consumer product roadmap for the remainder of 2015 through the first half of 2016 has been leaked. First let’s start with Intel’s HEDT (High End Desktop) segment. Haswell-E will finally get its upgrade to the 14nm process in the form of Broadwell-E. Broadwell-E will start rolling out in Q1 of 2016. Naming has not been given on the roadmap, but we can expect these processors to be called the Core i7-6960X, Core i7-6930K, and the Core i7-6820K.
CyberPowerPC has just announced that they are now taking orders for its Trinity Gaming PC. This unique system splits PC components into three distinct blades, rather than a traditional tower.
In a press conference that was held during GDC Intel was showing some things off, one of the more notable products was a desktop system running a 14 nm Broadwell CPU. Intel plans to release a socketed version of Broadwell in the middle of this year.
Alienware has just announced the details and availability of their Alienware Area-51 gaming desktop. As you can see from the photos below the new Area-51 gaming desktop has a pretty unique design to it. Every Area-51 comes loaded with Intel’s latest six or eight core Haswell-E Core i7 K-series processors (factory-overclocked), liquid cooling, graphics options from both AMD or NVIDIA, DDR4 memory, Killer Gigabit Ethernet, Intel 802.11ac dual band WiFi and Windows 8.1.