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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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YOYOTech appoints eBuyer as an official reseller

Anyone who has walked around a large electronics reseller like PC World, will have experienced a mixture of disappointment and pity when they check out the desktop system specifications. KitGuru has just received a press release that promises a much better option for those who want an ‘off the shelf’ …

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Crucial unloads 960GB SSD at just £449

Megatron would be proud. While mere mortals scratch around trying to make 60/120GB SSD drives last for the lifetime of their system, those armed with 240GB and above have managed to look suitably smug. Until now. KitGuru pulls out the trusty abacus to see exactly how many NAND gates have …

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Acer attacks sub-£100 tablet market

We all knew it would happen, but we just weren’t sure when. The price battle surrounding ‘serious/sensible tablets’ looks to be well and truly underway – with former world heavyweight champ, Acer, leading a new charge. KitGuru scans for bargains in its inbox. Using the ever more popular 7″ format, …

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ADATA gets A-ggressive with A price

At KitGuru, our love of a bargain is matched only by our love of alliteration. When we saw the ‘A’ rated deal from AData on portable drives, we could not resist. Either. So what’s on offer and for how much?  KitGuru checks out the latest in desirable drive deals. While …

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Patriot launched Gauntlet Node with 320GB drive

When wireless first began to take off, KitGuru was sure that it would not be long before hard drives became wireless – at least on a local area connection. Products like the Patriot Gauntlet Node fulfil part of the promise of the future, because they enable a range of wireless …

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Tesco continues to suffer purchasing problems

We all believe that supermarkets have the slickest, most amazing systems for processing products and delivering them to the public at competitive prices. Recently, the emphasis has been less on ‘price match before purchase’ and more on ‘refunding the difference after’. But what if parts of the Tesco purchasing team …

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Laptop prices have stagnated for 2 years

We have all gotten used to the idea that we work in/around a fast-paced industry where product cycles endlessly spin out new product at lower prices than ever before, but that’s not so true in the laptop sector. Even with massive competition from the tablet PC industry, laptops seem to …

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Kingston drops price bomb on 60GB

While the overall price of SSD’s have been falling for a good year now, the ‘really crazy’ deals have normally been on things like refurbished stock. News in from one of the UK’s biggest resellers, shows that the price of brand new drives has dropped further than anyone thought possible …

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HDD prices drop – rejoice, rejoice

The tragic loss of life during last year’s Thailand floods was only the first in a series of steps that negatively impacted an economically wobbly world. As the price of hard drives increased by close to 300% at times, PC prices increased and specifications fell – something we’d not seen …

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Silverstone prepares FT03 Mini launch for May

It’s hard not to love Silverstone. Sure there are a lot of companies out there who produce a greater diversity of chassis design – and then sell them in higher quantities – but Silverstone’s quality is impeccable. Technical Marketing guru, Tony Ou, opens up the company’s latest creation for your …

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G.Skill lops 10% off premium memory at eBuyer

While Samsung has been rubbing its corporate hands together with glee at an overall increase in memory prices, some companies are still working hard to deliver value for UK enthusiasts. KitGuru does a quick price check and discovers some interesting results. If you’re building an AMD Fusion system, then faster …

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