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Wavemaster MOBI-2 picks up Red Dot design award

Since 1955, Red Dot has brought together some of the world’s most respected designers and sifted through a broad range of products, in an attempt to find the best of the best and recognise great design with an award. The results for 2014 are in and a KitGuru Must Have …

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YOYOTech drops 5GHz system price by £250

It’s official, we’re into March madness silly season. Following the 4K monitor price moves by Dell and Samsung, we’re now hearing about a strong move on the price of 5GHz systems over at YOYOTech. KitGuru digs out the dirty details and comes to an intriguing conclusion. There’s no point in …

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Caseking bought by Equistone Partners Europe Limited

One of the year’s most interesting channel moves so far is Equistone’s acquisition of pan-European distributor Caseking. While the value of the deal itself is undisclosed, the move to buy a majority stake in a technology company with revenues around the €100 million mark will certainly get tongues wagging. KitGuru …

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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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Panasonic GH4 could offer 4K res for just over 1K pounds

While 3D might be on its knees, praying for Avatar 2 and 3 to save its over-hyped butt, tomorrow’s world of 4K delight seems to be a single, inevitable step away. While the TVs can certainly be made available for less than £1,000, there’s still the question of content. Panasonic …

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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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Google floods Russia, Putin pro gay messaging everywhere

Across Eurasia, around 300 million Russian speaking folks will have powered up their favourite search engine to be treated to a peacock display of pro-gay messaging. Has any country’s state policy ever backfired so badly and so publicly?  KitGuru looks for rainbows in the skies over rain-drenched Blighty. Some battles …

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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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Virgin Galactic goes supersonic at 71,000 feet

Ever the dreamer, Richard Branson continues to push forward on the idea of affordable space flight with another test of the amazing looking Virgin Galactic craft. This time we have video. KitGuru dons a fishing bowl for added effect. From the time he was a scrawny teenager, watching Neil Armstrong …

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Sasa Marinkovic from AMD speaks exclusively with KitGuru

The launch of Kaveri is a strange one. Generally, when it comes to Intel, nVidia and AMD – launches are about ‘burying the other guy’ and delivering more ultra-realistic-cinematographic-technicolour experiences than you ever thought possible. But this one focused more on juice. KitGuru asks AMD’s Product marketing guru, watts all …

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Social Media returns a man’s sight

Yesterday, the plight of one man came up on Facebook. It was only seen by a few thousand people, but they came together in a way that should make every technologist proud. KitGuru scans the fibre of social media and feels the fabric of society. KitGuru doesn’t really deal in …

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YOYOTech claims there is a resurgence for gaming PCs

Invited down to a glamorous hotel in central London by YOYOTech to see ‘The Resurgence of PC Gaming’, KitGuru was intrigued. The Centerprise performance PC brand was certainly acting confident, but in the face of recent IDC and Gartner reports, was that confidence mis-placed?  Ignoring the wine and nibbles, we …

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T-Mobile confesses they cannot match Tesco

We all spend a small fortune on mobile devices. Alongside transport and staple foods, it’s one of those omnipresent bills that need to be paid. The only question that remains is ‘How much should we pay?’.  The traditionally strong players here are the providers themselves with their ‘store on every …

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Multiplay documentary launched to celebrate i50

As the i-Series of gaming LANs passes into its 17th year, the organisation behind it has released an epic documentary that charts its history – from humble beginnings to i50 glory. KitGuru pulls up a comfy chair, pops the corn and forces YouTube to 720p goodness. When medical student Craig …

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Crucial SSD pricing confirms Rip Off Britain continues

Many SSD manufacturers have to buy components through multiple vendors before they are able to sell the final unit to you, the customer. Companies with fewer ‘steps’ should show ‘purer’ pricing – less inclined to be impacted by a multitude of component price moves. KitGuru puts Crucial’s latest offer on …

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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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ADATA Sponsors Accelerating Innovation Summit 2013

With a guest list of speakers that includes Intel, LSI, Box, VMWare and the Open Compute Project, AIS (Accelerating Innovation Summit) is a major conference aimed squarely at how the data processing market can handle the next generation of datacentric processing. Adata has put its hand in its pocket to …

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