After Apple's latest dig at PC users, we find out how the new iPad Pro really stacks up against Pro PC tablets.
Jon, Brad and Gordon discuss the hottest tech topics of the week.
What the heck! An Intel NUC that can play Just Cause 3 at 1080p resolution?! This mighty mite features a quad-core chip and the company's most powerful graphics core
Zotac's Magnus EN980 packs a full-on water-cooled GeForce GTX 980 and Skylake processor.
Next-gen GPUs to use HBM2 and and build on Polaris' high performance-per-watt model.
The Radeon Pro Duo may be the world's most powerful VR card, at least for now, and it will cost the same as its predecessor.
Not everyone needs a burly quad-core CPU and discrete graphics. At least, that's what HP hopes.
Before you dismiss the Chronos case's compatibility with the pricey, two-year-old Titan Z card, consider that it could mean a successor is imminent.
DirectX 12 will be able to use multi-core CPUs more efficiently, but how many more cores will you need? We benchmark an eight-core CPU in three DirectX 12 tests, and the results may disappoint you.
Jon, Gordon and Flo discuss the hottest tech topics of the week.
Aimed at enterprise customers, Samsung's new SSD is the world's largest drive of its kind.
We test a new DirectX 12 feature that lets you combine GeForce and Radeon GPUs for gaming.
This mini PC aims to give people with limited Internet access a useful computing experience.
Handmade in England, the Brompton S6L has a cult following, and here's why.
AMD details the CPUs that you'll need to run Oculus Rift, but I'm still confused