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Dyson’s new lamp has heatpipes and heatsinks

One of the cornerstones of graphics cards of the past decade or so, is that they get quite warm, which means that heat needs to be dissipated in order to keep them functioning long term. While doing so was once possible with a little low profile fan, for a while now …

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Sony introduces its own ‘perfectly curved’ 4K UHD

Sony Corp. on Thursday introduced its first curved ultra-high-definition television, following LG Electronics and Samsung Electronics. Sony targets high-end of the TV market with its Bravia S90 TV-sets that come with 65” and 75” panels. The Sony Bravia S90 curved ultra-high-definition 4K (3840*2160) TVs feature 65” or 75” “Triluminos” LED-LCD …

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AOC launches 27in 2560 x 1440 LCD

If you fancy upgrading your display to something a little bigger than a 24″ but don’t fancy going all the way up to the always expensive 30″ platform, then AOC might have something right up your street. The catchily titled q2770Pqu monitor, features a 27″ LED backlit LCD display at a …

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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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Bay Bridge becomes C-programmed 25,000 pixel display

At nearly 2 miles in length, the Bay Bridge in California has been carrying Americans across from San Francisco to Oakland for 6 months more than the Golden Gate Bridge. Through to 2015 however, it will have seriously better bragging rights than its more famous cousin, with the addition of …

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3D liquid crystals set to revolutionise monitor technology

Scientists at the University if Colorado have successfully created a system whereby particles can be injected into liquid crystal – bringing order to chaos – and opening up the possibility of a revolutionary new kind of screen within the decade. That’s now been explained and augmented by a clever maths …

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Roccat Kone XTD 8200 DPI Gaming Mouse Review

Roccat’s gaming mouse portfolio sees the newest leader to its flagship series. Can the 8200 DPI-capable Kone XTD prove that it deserves to sit at the summit of Roccat’s critically acclaimed mouse catalogue? Roccat has sent a bold message to its competitors by aiming to improve the already highly successful Kone series …

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Leetgion Hellion Gaming Mouse Review

Originating from Thermalright in 2010, Leetgion is a new player to the peripherals game. Built to offer specialised performance, the company’s Hellion mouse is optimised for RTS gaming. Sporting an Avago 9500 sensor capable of a DPI range from 100 to 5000, the Hellion is accurate and precisely-tracked, giving it …

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Philips 273E3QH 27″ Full HD E-line AMVA LED Monitor Review

Continuing our voyage through the range of Philips' newly-released monitors, it's the 27" 273E3QH's turn to be scrutinized at our KitGuru labs. Can its AMVA panel and ultra-high contrast ratio guide it to the worthy heights of a successful evaluation? With 27 inches of screen real estate and a promising specifications sheet, is the 273E3QH able to deliver the performance that is required to survive in this sink-or-swim market? Does the 'E' in E-line stand for Excellence or Exaggerated? Read on to find out.

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LG pwns the tablet display market

As the whole world plus dog moves to a more mobile way of computing, wise companies who invested in flat panel manufacturing technology, are cashing in big time. But in this world of LED willy waving, who’s the alpha monkey? KitGuru steps into the ring to get hands on with …

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BenQ to create own brand LED lighting products

BenQ are to launch their own LED lighting products in 2011 with BenQ themselves focusing on the light bulb market and Qisda to concentrate on the high end LED lighting products. BenQ have been planning this for a while and had planned to release their own products late 2010. Contacts …

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