PC in a Plug

Microsoft have been unveiling a series of new devices in the run up to their new OS release, Windows 10. Aside from the mandatory collection of tablets, laptops and tablet-come-laptop hybrids,...

UPS for Gaming

If you’re a gamer and want to protect your computer against a sudden power outage, an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) can be the difference between hours of carefree gaming and nervous...

How to build a gaming PC

Buying a gaming PC off the shelf can be a costly process. Many dedicated gamers therefore assemble their own components and build the perfect gaming machine themselves. What does it take...

What is a Nettop PC?

Good things come in small packages, or so the saying goes. It’s certainly one that the nettop PC lives and dies by. Small in stature but big on practicality, a nettop...

The £6 computer

The Raspberry Pi is often lauded for its paltry size and seemingly small-time price to match. With the CHIP however, micro computing has never been so friendly on your wallet. The CHIP...

Ebuyer stock new Ubuntu Range

  Great news for Ubuntu fans out there, Ebuyer.com will be stocking a range of Ubuntu installed laptops in time for summer. This range will include three AMD-powered HP laptops pre-installed with Ubuntu...

Are Adblockers Ethical?

Want to lose 8 stone in six hours? Need a quick-fix method to a guaranteed six pack? Look! Shoot this duck and you’ll win an iPad. Adverts, a shameless attempt to...

Choosing a Webcam

The world’s a small place these days. The ability to communicate across the planet in an instant is testament to the impact the internet has had on the global society. Sure,...

Windows vs Apple vs Linux: Which OS are you?

Your operating system is the backbone of the computer but have you ever wondered if you're using the right OS to suit your needs? With a mainstream rivalry between Windows and Apple...

What’s in a Desktop

Your desktop PC is a Pandora's Box of technological mastery. Have you ever thought to delve inside and ponder the brilliance help within? Well now, you don't have to. Take a...

What is a graphics card?

  A Graphics Card is a piece of computer hardware that produces the image you see on a monitor. The Graphics Card is responsible for rendering an image to your monitor, it does...

Computer on a Stick- From Google

Google have announced a new budget-priced range of devices. Undoubtedly the most exciting comes in the form of the ‘Chromebit.’ Essentially a computer on a memory stick, Google have met a...

3rd Time Lucky for Microsoft’s Surface Tablet?

Microsoft are looking to press on with encouraging sales of their tablet brand, the Surface, by announcing the third edition of their budget-priced device, aptly named the ‘Surface 3’. The headline from...

Ergonomic Keyboard Guide

Whilst sitting at the home or office desk, maintaining a degree of comfort should be placed as paramount in importance. With so much time a day spent sitting sedately at a...

PC gaming vs Console gaming

Which gaming platform is best: PC or console? It’s a pretty loaded question. Debate over the superiority of PC or console gaming rages on endlessly across the internet, seemingly without a...
ddr4 memory

What is DDR4 memory?

DDR4 memory is firmly established as the RAM of choice in both desktop PCs and laptops. But DDR3 and even DDR2 is still available and can be found in older computers....

Which Monitor do i need?

For anyone who owns a desktop PC, you’re going to need a monitor. It’s no good investing in a top of the line tower PC, only to see it ruined by...

Desktops Vs All-In-Ones

When it comes down to purchasing a new PC, many of us forget that there is a valid alternative to the tower-based desktop you’ll find in the majority of homes and...

Has the Tablet Bubble Burst?

Once revered as an evolutionary shift in the world of technology, tablets have reached out and launched a number of tech-dinosaurs into the modern age. A market drenched in reasonably priced,...

What desktop do I need?

Buying a new PC can be a confusing process. The market is awash with devices of varying size, power and indeed price. If you don’t know your CPU from your GPU,...