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MESH launches range of 10 All-In-One PC systems

We had a quick chat about ‘All In One’ systems in the KitGuru offices and, almost universally, the only units we had all used was an Apple iMac. Sure, HP pushed hard into this market a few years back, with Acer etc hot on their heals, but the power, styling …

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YOYOTech launches retro chic 901 chassis in the UK

Unusual one this. You’d normally expect a manufacturer to announce the availability of a chassis, but with the InWin designed 901 it looks like system builder YOYOTech has a bit of a deal to control the supply. KitGuru checks to see how customs will be checking the border. While mining …

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Here’s the Titanfall launch trailer

With the release of Titanfall just six days away in the US (and nine here in the UK), Respawn has gone ahead and debuted the launch trailer, showing not only some more of the frantic action that we’ve come to expect from the game’s multiplayer mode, but also a hint …

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Sony set to livestream PS4 launch in Japan

Since Sony’s PlayStation 4 was released here back in November last year and even earlier in some parts of the world, it’s easy to forget that elsewhere, like Japan, the home country of the console’s maker, it’s still not out yet. Soon though, that will no longer be the case. …

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Wii U update could cut load times by 50 per cent

While not that many people have Wii Us, one of the complaints those that do often have is the time it takes for a game to actually load and for you to begin play. Nintendo it seems is well aware of this, as “this summer,” it plans to release an …

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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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Sony releases thank you to fans after 2.1 million PS4s sold

Sony looks to have firmly secured round one in this heavyweight matchup between previously next-gen, now current-gen consoles, managing to sell over 2.1 million consoles since its launch earlier this month. While Microsoft’s Xbox One hasn’t had quite as long to sell in the US, it’s been available in more …

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Want a PS4 tonight? Check your local supermarket

If you didn’t pre-order a PS4 but find yourself itching to spend that few hundred you have burning a hole in your pocket, then consider dropping by to your local supermarket at the midnight launch, as over 150 Tesco stores, as well as a handful of Asda outlets will have …

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Xbox One launch begins in New Zealand

Sony may have beaten Microsoft to market with its next-gen system in one territory, but with 12AM rolling round in the most eastern parts of the world, Microsoft’s response has begun to hit the shelves. New Zealand and Australia are first up and as I write this the first few …

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Sony speaks out on PS4 hardware issues

The Playstation 4 launched in the US just last week and since then we’ve heard of some issues, but after some investigation in to each complaint, Sony has narrowed down the amount of faulty PS4’s to less than 1% of the 1 million sold. For those who don’t feel like …

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Early Xbox One owner invited to console launch

The past few days must seem like a dream to Youtube user Moonlightswami. First he posts up a video showing off his newly arrived Xbox One console – which retailer Target accidently shipped out early – which led to his machine receiving the “banned,” message that a few other customers did. …

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Want a white Xbox One? Better have deep pockets

If you wanted to own a white Xbox One just last week, you’d have found the only way you’d ever get a chance, would be to go back in time and start working for Microsoft’s Xbox division sometime in the past few years, as they’re all getting one in a …

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ADATA announces UK pricing for SE720 external SSD

Everyone needs to be able to back-up crucial files and while the cloud is watching and waiting, sustained mobile data transfer rates across the UK mean that a physical drive and connection are often a better choice in 2013. With data transfer rates up to 445MB/sec, ADATA has a new …

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Another PS4 launch title delay

The Playstation 4’s launch day list of games is getting smaller as  Drive Club has now been pushed back until early 2014. This comes just a couple of days after Watch Dogs was sent packing into next year, though this one is perhaps more surprising, since it’s a first party …

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Synology introduces high performance DiskStation DS214

Arguably the go-to brand for NAS among the KitGuru faithful, this company never seems to stop innovating and developing its already popular product line-up. Today, we’re hearing word of a brand new, high-performance product at a sensible price. KitGuru stands by with a pair of drives. You know. For back …

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A bumpy launch expected for GTA Online

Grand Theft Auto is a massive franchise, but even by its standards, the series has blown up in popularity with this latest release. Suddenly everybody is talking about GTA again and more importantly everybody is playing it. With GTA Online set to launch here in the UK at noon, we’re …

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YOYOTech offer bundles of joy with a stack of price cuts

Following the company’s purchase by IT giant Centerprise, there have been a lot of changes at YOYOTech, including some aggressive price drops. KitGuru scans the latest offers, sticks in its thumb and tries to pull out a plum.  The sudden movement of £300 on AMD’s top FX processors following the …

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YOYOTech launches new production centre and site

UK specialist system builder, YOYOTech, today announces the opening of a brand new production facility and web site as part of a huge expansion plan following the takeover by Centerprise International. This is what today’s announcement told us. According to a press statement, YOYOTech was established more than a decade …

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More detailed shots of the 8-port ADATA AE800 emerge

Ahead of its full launch, the stylish little multi-way HD streaming drive and portable 8-station network creator that ADATA calls the AE800  is now being rendered with more pixels than ever. KitGuru hacks a few online image storage repositories and comes back with some new gadget capture goodies. Portable ‘Sky …

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Acer makes Intel’s Ultrabook dream afforable

When Intel first started touting the concept of an Ultrabook, our imaginations were captivated. Computex that year was full of new ideas and concepts – mostly built around processors that would ultimately struggle to make their sales targets. The problem was price. But maybe that’s changing. You want the Core …

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Asus firms up 4K future

As you all know, KitGuru has been tracking the move toward affordable 4K very closely over the past 12 months. With a series of price drops and product launches, the magic moment when you can buy a 4K TV for less than £1,500 is edging closer. Asus wants to deliver …

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New Phanteks Enthoo Primo Ultimate video

After finally taking Noctua off the top of the cooling tree, Phanteks has now swung its attention to creating the ultimate chassis. A second video that delves deep inside the new case has just been released into the wild. KitGuru sits back with the popcorn for this 2 minute 24 …

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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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ADATA launches its most powerful DDR ever for Haswell

Over the next two weeks, we’re all in for a deluge of launches. Not only are the main semi-conductor firms in mid-launch-madness-mode, but all of the companies that make components to go inside the new Haswell boxes are also on over drive. Plus Computex is around the corner. Today sees …

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