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Luxa2 unleashes the 40,000mAh P-MEGA

We all need juice. The more devices you have – the more juice you need. Against that need for juice, you need to balance price and portability. Luxa2 has created a gorgeous portable power station of a recharging device – but can its look overcome it s size? A 40,000mAh …

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Silverstone launches brand new ML04 HTPC chassis

Not many things in the world of full-blown, desktop technology products can be said to be 4 inches high. Some tower cases are big enough to house a family – in the case of the Silverstone TJ11. So when we heard that its new case was 10.5cm tall, we had …

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Exclusive Asus Z87 Sabertooth Video

As the biggest manufacturer of mainboards for the technology-lovers market, Asus has quite a reputation to uphold during the launch of Intel’s Z87 chipset for its 4th Generation of Core processors. KitGuru was lucky enough to get its cameras inside the regional HQ for Asus, while one of its engineers …

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ADATA gets aggressive on portable storage pricing

From the 3.5″ floppy through to the USB pen drive, we have all gotten used to carrying data with us. As our demands have grown, so has the requirement for storage capacity. And we also want it cheap. Looks like ADATA’s price aggression might yield a solution. How much storage …

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Exclusive GTX770 video with Asus

In a season of continuous launches, one of the most eagerly anticipated events has been the full on drive on Kepler – in all its variations. On 22nd March 2012, an email from nVidia’s boss to all of his employees made its way onto the web. It congratulated them on …

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Enta teams up with ADATA to increase overall sales

How much product you can sell into a market depends on many things – including desirability, price and your marketing. That said, at a much more fundamental level, there is the question of ‘availability’. Is the product available to buy, at all. The more places that stock your product, generally, …

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Via helps boost 3D creativity with JAM

Founded in 1987, Via Technologies is a fabless creator of chipsets, processors, memory and other electronics products. Right now, they are causing a stir in the market for a different reason. Jam. Nope, it has nothing to do with cooked fruits and sugar. This Jam is all about creativity – …

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Blizzard Game Director Tom Chilton gives an interview

It’s a little strange when a company interviews itself, but that’s what happens when you’re a multi-billion dollar corporation with huge resources and an audience that would make most national newspapers weep. Tom Chilton is a Game Director for Blizzard and he’s been talking to, well, Blizzard about Escalation. Within …

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Sony i1 has integrated Facebook social casting

Looking at people while you talk to them is a dubious pleasure. A quick straw poll around the various KitGuru offices reveals that many of us have had video call capability built into our phones for a long while – but never really use it. Then along came Apple. And …

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Sony i1 will feature 61fps video capture

There was a time when mobile phones would not even capture a photograph, yet the new products being planned by Sony for the end of August will take video processing into a whole new realm for a smartphone. KitGuru has been listening to the rumblings and is ready to report …

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Silverstone SG10 launch date and price set

The chaps in KitGuru Labs have been fans of Silverstone’s Sugo range (on and off) since the original SG01. Sure, there have been some issues with size, noise and ease of assembly along the way but – overall – these chassis have filled a valuable gap in the market. We …

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Asus launches Radeon HD 7990 card with 8 games

With a worldwide shipment expected at the end of May, Asus has ear-marked today for the launch of its very own Radeon HD 7990 graphics accelerator. In KitGuru Labs’ tests, this card stamped its authority at the top of the mountain, so it will be interesting to see what Asus …

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Info Security Europe kicks off in London

As technology permeates every corner of the planet, so the threat of significant security attacks grows. Articles that run on world famous newspapers like the New York Times, result in massive hacks into every PC owned by that organisation – within 24 hours. It’s a very serious world and security …

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Amazon offers Cocaine at bargain prices

When KitGuru heard the news that Amazon was about to start stocking Cocaine, we thought – for a second – that it was a return to conservative/Victorian values and ethics. Suddenly a new range of ‘tonics’ would be available over the counter and Coca Cola could return to its original …

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HP ProLiant Micro Servers land under £250

The lines between PC and server, server and NAS box have never been blurred as much as they are now. You only need to look at the descriptions associated with any ‘specialist’ piece of kit to see that. But KitGuru has just seen a deal for a genuine HP server …

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Thermaltake Urban S41 lands in tough £100 market

We had a good look over the initial documentation for the Thermaltake Urban S41 in an earlier story, but two vital ingredients were missing. We now have that info and we’re prepared to share: How much and where? Before we spillz the beanz, where’s a question for you: What price …

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