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Ubisoft has admitted that Assassin's Creed: Unity is broken and offers free DLC as compensation

27-11-2014 by Craig Farren
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Assassin's Creed: Unity has the potential to be a great game... if it worked properly.

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Tagged as: Ubisoft, Assassin's Creed, Unity

Fast And Smudge-Free - ADATA's HV100 External USB3.0 HDD Arrives

27-11-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Sandblasted finish resists smudges, whilst a high-speed interface and G Shock Sensor Protection ensures fast and reliable data access.

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Tagged as: ADATA, storage

AMD R9 300 or 'Captain Jack' has allegedly been benchmarked

27-11-2014 by Craig Farren
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Benchmarks of an R9 300 have been released and the results are impressive.

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Tagged as: AMD, Radeon, R9, GPU

Connectivity, Augmented: StarTech's New Docking Station Features Thunderbolt 2

26-11-2014 by Tim Harmer
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StarTech.com's Thunderbolt 2 Laptop Docking Station leverages Intel's new connectivity standard for up to 20Gbps bandwidth and Displayport signalling

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Tagged as: StarTech.com, connectivity

Rockstar are giving you the chance to win a custom GTAV PS4 or Xbox One

26-11-2014 by Craig Farren
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To celebrate the launch of GTAV Rockstar are giving you the chance to win a GTAV branded merchandise.

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Tagged as: Rockstar, GTAV, PS4, Xbox One

Samsung Electronics Introduces EYECAN+, Next-Generation Mouse for People with Disabilities

26-11-2014 by Craig Farren
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Samsung introduced EYECAN+, the company’s second-generation eye mouse, allowing people with disabilities to compose and edit documents as well as browse the web through simple eye movement.

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Tagged as: Samsung, EYECAN+, open source

Synology Launch The DiskStation DS215j And Announce A Titbit For x10 Users

26-11-2014 by Tim Harmer
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The DS215j is a 2-bay NAS supporting DSM 5.1 out-the-box, whilst the latest iteration of DSM is also coming to the x10 before the new year.

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Tagged as: Synology, NAS, storage

GIGABYTE Release The Force H1 Wireless Headset

25-11-2014 by Tim Harmer
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GIGABYTE's Force H1 makes use of Bluetooth 3.0 technology, whilst its microUSB charged battery is capable of 10 hours of continuous playback.

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Tagged as: GIGABYTE, audio

Lian-Li's PC-Q33 Gains A Windowed Version - The PC-Q33W

25-11-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Diminutive mini-ITX PC-Q33 chassis now has the option of windows in both side panels to show off your tidy small form factor system.

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Tagged as: Lian-Li, chassis, mitx

Save big with NVIDIA SHIELD Black Friday Bundle

25-11-2014 by Craig Farren
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Get your hands on the ultimate NVIDIA SHIELD Black Friday bundle and save big!

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Tagged as: NVIDIA, SHIELD, games

Alienware are now shipping their Steam Machine called the 'Alpha'

24-11-2014 by Craig Farren
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Liberate your living room. The Alienware Alpha unites the freedom of PC gaming and the ease of a console

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Tagged as: Alienware, Alpha, Dell, Steam Machine

Confused About Cooler Clearance? CRYORIG Takes A Different Path... Origami.

24-11-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Printable templates for coolers in CRYORIG's range take much of the guess-work out of the customer conundrum.

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Tagged as: CRYORIG, cooling

The Wait Is Over: Fractal Design Release The Define R5

24-11-2014 by Tim Harmer
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The Define series makes its return two years on from the Define R5, complete with new fan complement and revised ModuVent system.

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Tagged as: Fractal Design, chassis, atx

ASRock breaks the speed limit with onboard Intel 10G BASE-T

24-11-2014 by Craig Farren
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ASRock are once again pushing the limits with their products.

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Tagged as: ASRock, X99, Intel, 10G Base-T

Vortez is hiring - News Editor & Product Reviewer

21-11-2014 by David Mitchelson
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We have new openings in the team and are searching for enthusiastic individuals to fit two new roles: News Editor and Product Reviewer.

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Tagged as: computer technology, technology, jobs

Corsair Adds Some Spice To The 330R With A New Titanium Edition

21-11-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Anodised aluminium front panel and three-channel fan controller bring a little more to Corsair's low-noise Carbide-range chassis.

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Tagged as: Corsair, chassis, ATX, matx

Thermaltake Releases New Stackable Core V21 Micro M-ATX Chassis

21-11-2014 by Craig Farren
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The Core V21 Micro M-ATX chassis by Thermaltake also has exclusive Tt LCS certification.

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Tagged as: Thermaltake, Core V21, Stackable, Tt LCS

ASUS Republic of Gamers Announces Poseidon GTX 980

21-11-2014 by Craig Farren
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New graphics card with exclusive DirectCU H2O hybrid air and water cooling technology delivers 2X-cooler, 3X-quieter and 10%-faster gaming performance

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Tagged as: ASUS, ROG, NVIDIA, Poseidon, GTX 980

AMD Mobile “Carrizo” Family of APUs Designed to Deliver Significant Leap in Performance, Energy Efficiency in 2015

21-11-2014 by Craig Farren
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2015 AMD Mobile Roadmap adds “Carrizo” and “Carrizo-L” SoCs to APU

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Tagged as: AMD, Carrizo, APU

AMD announce partnership with Samsung for FreeSync enabled UHD displays

21-11-2014 by Craig Farren
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During Event Keynotes, Samsung Shows Upcoming Line of FreeSync-Enabled Ultra High-Definition Displays and Capcom Announces Evaluation of AMD Mantle API

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Tagged as: AMD, FreeSync, Samsung, Mantle

AOC Launch Four New Monitors, Including The G2460PG With Integrated G-SYNC

20-11-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Gaming is well represented by the updated range; affordable panels, 144Hz refresh rates and NVIDIA G-SYNC are all highlights.

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Tagged as: AOC, monitors

Antec Launch The ISK600M MATX Chassis

20-11-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Compact and stylish, the ISK600M is designed for tight confines and accommodates graphics cards up to 12.5" long.

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Tagged as: Antec, chassis, matx

Are you missing some features in Far Cry 4? You're probably a pirate

20-11-2014 by Craig Farren
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Ubisoft, who have a reputation for implementing extremely intrusive and annoying DRM into their games, have played a nice trick on people which has revealed who has pirated Far Cry 4.


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Tagged as: Far Cry 4, Ubisoft, PC, gaming

ADATA to Display Full Range of Storage Solutions at SPS IPC Drives 2014

20-11-2014 by Craig Farren
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ADATA storage and memory solutions: "Smart Storage for Smart Cities"

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Tagged as: ADATA, Smart storage, DDR4, SSD

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