As much as I would like to be at SIGGRAPH, one of the reasons to visit would be to see Lenovo’s latest launch of their Haswell-E Desktop Workstation series. One of the key elements to the workstation market in recent quarters is to develop a professional-grade system that can encompass all the critical industries that require horsepower under the desk: engineering, media, energy, medical, finance and others. These systems have to be verified with industry standards to even be considered by these markets, but also the shift to Haswell-E and DDR4 will be an all-important factor for those that rely on speed and performance. One of the issues that these system manufacturers have is to define themselves in the market – Lenovo is already...
Soltek’s latest Small Form Factor system offers more expansion and a larger Power Supply than other SFF. To our amazement, it is also the quietest SFF that we...20 by Wesley Fink on 10/6/2003
Biostar unveils another Small Form Factor system that asks, “Why do you need a huge desktop PC?” With all the latest Intel 865 features, it looks like a...23 by Wesley Fink on 9/29/2003
The Small Form Factor has been evolving rapidly from cute and compromised to machines that can compete with any desktop computer on the market. We take a look...43 by Wesley Fink on 9/9/2003
Gone are the days when Shuttle was the only game in Small Form Factor town; read on as we pit Shuttle's brand new SFF PC against newcomers Jetway and...5 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 3/11/2003
Shuttle extends their Small Form Factor XPC line with two Athlon XP solutions, including the long awaited nForce2 XPC.1 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 1/6/2003
Once again we're taking a look at the hardware behind the next-generation consoles. This time Nintendo's GameCube takes the stage as we break it down for you.4 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 12/7/2001
While not usually our forté, there is some pretty serious hardware powering Microsoft's first videogame console; and where there is hardware, there is AnandTech. Read on to find...1 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 11/21/2001