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DinoPC launches its brand new website

We review many complete system builds here at KitGuru and one company we are consistently impressed with is DinoPC, so much so that we chose them for our hardware test systems last year. This week, DinoPC gave its website a fresh coat of paint, delivering a pleasant browsing experience.

Dino PC new site

DinoPC relocated to a larger premises in London earlier this year in an effort to expand and increase production capacity. It also has a nice showroom for people to look around and check out the builds. The company initially launched in 2007 and has gone on to become a big competitor in the boutique system market.

Dino PC

Along with the new site comes a new logo and a new slogan: “Engineered for the Extreme”, which encapsulates DinoPC’s goal of pushing the boundaries and becoming a trend setter. If you are looking to have a system built, you can have a look through DinoPC’s pre-configured builds, or you can configure one yourself with your own specifications.

Aside from that, DinoPC also has its own range of laptops, some of which we have reviewed in the past. These range from cheaper ‘thin and light’ laptops for basic needs, to extreme portable gaming machines.

You can take a look at the DinoPC range, HERE. 

Discuss on our Facebook page, HERE.

KitGuru Says: DinoPC has impressed us on several occasions and the new website is a pleasure to use. Have any of you shopped at DinoPC before? What did you think? 

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