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Date Issued: 29/10/2013
Chip giant Intel produces the microprocessors - or brains - used in approximately 80 per cent of PCs. The firm acutely understands that desktop computers need to be made more appealing if they're to be lifted from the malaise affecting the industry.
Date Issued: 26/03/2013
It's a great time to be interested in small-form-factor computing. Once a niche hobby for home-theatre PC enthusiasts, small-form-factor designs are now capturing everyone's imagination thanks in no small part to the Raspberry Pi phenomenon.
Date Issued: 21/05/2010
The general public has historically purchased PCs and laptops based on criterion such as price and convoluted specifications. In the past, the two leading processor (CPU) manufacturers, Intel and AMD, have swayed marketing efforts by drawing particular attention to CPU clock-speeds, caches and, to a lesser extent, the various speeds and feeds associated with the graphics card and memory, often confusing customers with a dazzling array of hard-to-fathom numbers and code-names.