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KFA2 increases UK operation by signing Target

When it comes to branding, the KFA2 products are no shrinking violets. Distinctive graphics and some very moody characters on the posters seem to promise pixel punishment in a grimy, street savvy way. But cool packaging only get you so far. Increasing sales needs proactive distribution. KitGuru examines changes to …

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Dino PC launches new GTX750 based systems

As nVidia rolls out Maxwell in the house, system builders across the globe are moving fast to launch new gaming PCs based on the latest technology from Jen Hsun’s brainchild. Dino PC has just announced a new rig. KitGuru casts a reptilian eye. Based in North London, Dino PC is …

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Win a MESH Mini-ITX PC worth £399

Over at MESH Computers, the engineering team have been working overtime to get more and more technology into smaller and smaller spaces. We’re told that there will be plenty of these being launched throughout 2014, but – for now – you have the chance to win one of these cool …

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Wavemaster Mobi-2 Bluetooth Speaker Review

When KitGuru first looked at the original Wavemaster Mobi speaker back in July there were two things that we felt were missing – Bluetooth support and the ability to daisychain. Now that the German design team in Bremen has addressed Bluetooth functionality, we decided to retest the latest version. Browse through …

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Win an ASUS Maximus VI Hero mainboard with YOYOTech

Only last week, we were commenting in the KitGuru studio that December 2012 was a record month for competitions, but that this year it seemed a lot slower. Seven days on and the world of technology competitions seems to have swallowed a few tins of spinach. YOYOTech joins the fray …

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AMD drops pricing on Radeon 7000 products

The battle for Xmas sales is hotting up overall, but the surprising news from the channel is just how well received the AMD move to ‘R9’ was. While new products were introduced, a quick look at several BIOS dates/product IDs showed that some were simple refreshes. But it seems to …

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YOYOTech launches multi-coloured range of silent systems

When KitGuru Labs put the Aerocool Dead Silence under the microscope, we were pleasantly surprised. The design was something much slicker and more advanced than we anticipated and it easily walked off with our top award. YOYOTech has now taken this chassis – in all 5 colours – and created …

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Sapphire explains why its new Toxic models are so cool

With a huge release of updated AMD products in Q4 this year, many manufacturers decided to launch with standard coolers (reference design). When KitGuru looks back across all of the new Radeons, one cooling solutions stands out – and that is the Toxic cooler fitted to the R9 280X and …

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Be a HERO this Xmas – Win a £250 PC World Gift Card!

While the Asus Maximus Hero range is all about making the best possible mainboards for those on a budget, being a Christmas hero can be very similar. It’s about giving the right person the right technology – right when they need it most.  Everyone knows that the Asus Maximus Hero board …

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MSI localises UK Tweeting action – time to follow

While it’s all well and good keeping up to date with foreign affairs using CNN, Al Jazeera or RT, but when it comes to Tweets, it’s a little more useful if a global organisation gives you localised content – including launches and offers. MSI has now made that move. KitGuru …

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ADATA launches ultra durable 32GB drive weighing 3 grams

We have all had USB pen drives break/fail/drop in liquid and refuse to work. We have also found them bulging in our pockets or, better still, preventing us from getting a comfortable mouse position because of how far they stick out from a laptop. ADATA claims to have a cure …

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Synology introduces high performance DiskStation DS214

Arguably the go-to brand for NAS among the KitGuru faithful, this company never seems to stop innovating and developing its already popular product line-up. Today, we’re hearing word of a brand new, high-performance product at a sensible price. KitGuru stands by with a pair of drives. You know. For back …

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Computer 2000 disappears – is no more

For many years, one of the most famous brands in the distribution channel was Computer 2000. With huge sales, massive organisation and just about the most extensive customer base in town, it stood astride the UK IT market like a giant. But it is no more. KitGuru pulls out the …

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More SSD price cuts from Samsung and ADATA

Once the cool weather starts to roll in, we’re sure that PC-related sales will increase and everything will be much better for manufacturers across the globe. In the meantime, pucker up – here come more price cuts on juicy Solid State Drives. Samsung’s 840 series has proven to be one …

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SSD price war in full flow with Crucial and ADATA

Just a few weeks ago, KitGuru was chatting internally and wondering what happened to all the cool SSD deals from last summer. We remembered a time when drives dropped below £70 and then headed down to settle around £60. Why were 2013’s prices so much higher? Looks like movements in …

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ASUS sales up 6% year on year

With the early second quarter numbers just in from Asus, it looks like the technology giant has managed to battle its way to increased sales in a tough market. KitGuru sits back to analyse the numbers and ponder what they mean. Small companies always look good. Anything they do – …

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Taichung Computer Show kicks off in Taiwan

In terms of physical size, Taiwan is pretty close to Wales, but when it comes to population then the folks in Taff/Gogg land look positively stagnant in comparison. For while there are only 3 million people in Wales, Taiwan has close to 9 times as many inhabitants. Stands to reason …

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ADATA executes memorable price cut on DDR3

While the economy is still recovering slowly, it’s not fast enough for the IT industry. As a result, we’re seeing some significant price drops on the kind of kit that everygeek needs – like 2x4GB of DDR3 1600MHz memory. KitGuru scans OcUK for details. For several years now, whether you …

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