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Apple refreshes its "most energy efficient desktop computer," the Mac mini.
Apple gives its 27-inch iMac all-in-one the Retina treatment, but the non-Retina models are sticking around.
Intel shows off a number of prototype NUCs at the Intel Developer Forum, including models with touch, speech, and its next-generation Broadwell chips. And if Intel's mini PC is too powerful for you, try an Atom-powered "half NUC" design.
Plus: We get a look at the Alpha's console-like user interface, which allows you to run the whole system without ever seeing Windows 8.1.
There are plenty reasons to consider the new lower-priced iMac, but if raw specs are your primary concern, these eight all-in-ones from top PC makers are worth your attention.
The new four-core, unlocked processors are sure to please hard-core overclockers. A dual-core unlocked Pentium was also introduced.
Products include small form-factor desktops, a gaming laptop, and several new components
Dell's tired of being your parents' computer brand. The now-private company is changing its attitude and taking risks.
Crucial will ship DDR4 DIMMs at around the time Intel ships chipsets compatible with the memory.
The Lenovo A540 AiO will be available in July. The new laptop launches range from May to August.
Intel unveiled four new desktop chips and some new desktop concepts, plus a sneak peek of its Broadwell fifth-generation Core architecture.
Not only did the traditional PC market record the sharpest dip on record for 2014, but the market is expected to shrink through 2018.