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Kingston launches Nucleum Hub and Bolt Duo back up

Apple users have long looked smug about their stable operating systems and easy-to-use UI.  The PC army, on the other hand, has connectivity to spare and a variety of clever back up options. Kingston’s new products look to even up the balance, starting with the 7-in-1 Nucleum connecting hub, featuring …

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Asus launches ROG Strix GL12 gaming desktop

The ROG Strix GL12 aims to offer an unconventional design for gamers who like aggressive, angular ‘slashes’ across the front of their chassis as well as a transparent side panel and integrated Aura Sync lighting. All of the lighting is customisable – from a palette of over 16 million colours …

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Aerocool Soft Project 7 lounge furniture for gamers

While millions of R&D dollars have been poured into the ergonomic design of modern gaming chairs, those of you who like to play on the couch will have noticed that your living room sofa is soft and wraps itself around you. Aerocool’s engineers decided that console gamers needed more support. …

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Viglen gaming PC range appears on eBuyer

Back in September, we reported that XMA was preparing to launch Viglen PCs in to the UK retail channel. Systems were on show at the EGX gaming event at the NEC and were well received by gamers. Now a full range of systems has appeared on eBuyer. How much impact …

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ASUS Black Friday deals spotted in the wild

Given how well ASUS did in the recent KitGuru Reader Awards and also in the EHA Community Awards, they could be forgiven for sitting back with a smug grin. However, a quick look around at various Black Friday deals online show ASUS jumping into the holiday season with both feet, …

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EHA Community Awards – Winners Announced!

Today we reveal the winners of the 2017 European Hardware Community Awards! From nominations, to voting and final result – these awards are driven 100% by the huge community of technology enthusiasts who read the EHA member publications in 9 languages across the continent. With a combined audience of more than …

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XMA launches Viglen PCs into the UK gaming market

Viglen first opened its doors as a retailer way back in 1975. In the 1980s it sold and supported systems such as the BBC Acorn, but it steadily moved into PC manufacturing. In 1994, the company was acquired by Lord Alan Sugar and its focus slowly moved away from selling …

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