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Displays

Test: Dell P2815Q (0)

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With the P2815Q, we received one of the newest Dell 4K models in our editorial. Until now, you had to invest large sums in the purchase of a 4K monitor, but the new P2815Q is meant to appeal to budget-conscious users. The retail price for the 28" model amounts to a mere 699.99 U.S. dollars. In October last year we already had a look at the ASUS PQ321QE... [more]

Memory

G.Skill presents new SO-DIMM with 2.133 MHz and 32 GB (0)

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At the CeBIT 2014 in early March, memory specialist G.Skill showed new SO-DIMM latch for enthusiasts. Now they have officially presented the memory modules, which will be used in high-end gaming notebooks, but also in compact mini-PCs like the ZOTAC ZBox systems or the Gigabyte Brix. A number of recent "Haswell" mini-ITX motherboards will also be... [more]

Mobile Phones

Windows Phone 8.1 already installed on 1 million devices (0)

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The Developer's Preview of Microsoft's next big Windows Phone update has been available only for "developers" for a few days. Anyone who creates an AppStudio account (for free) will be able to access the update. It seems that many users did not miss out on this opportunity. Over a million devices are running the current experimental version already - from... [more]

Gadgets

Samsung Gear Fit seems to be very successful (0)

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At the CES 2014, Samsung presented a new wearable gadget. After their first Smartwatch was only a moderate success, it seems that the Gear Fit is turning out to become a great success. It garnered positive reviews, both from experts and users alike. The small fitness bracelet with limited Smartwatch skills seems to be selling very good. {jphoto... [more]

Operating Systems

Apple updates to iOS 7.1.1 (0)

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Apple has just released iOS 7.1.1, as the version number indicates the newest update brings minor improvements, not any major, new features. In the release note Apple mentions improvements to its Touch ID detection, a fix for a keyboard bug which saw users unable to type anything, and another bugfix for using VoiceOver through Bluetooth. iOS 7.1.1 can be... [more]

Water Cooling

Aqua Computer cools Radeon R9 295X2 with kryographics Vesuvius (0)

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Coinciding with the official launch of AMD's new dual-GPU monster card Radeon R9 295X2 a matching full cover water block, namely the Aqua Computer kryographics Vesuvius. The full cover block is entirely made in Germany and is milled from a 2.72 kg heavy copper block. It not only covers the GPUs, but also the memory chips, the voltage converter and the... [more]

Processors

Haswell Refresh CPUs easier to cool (0)

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Starting with the Ivy Bridge CPUs Intel switched from soldered heat spreaders to a TIM (thermal interface material) placed between the die and heat spreader. However, the TIM has caused temperatures to increase quite a lot. Higher temperature levels were especially problematic for third and fourth generation Core processors for both socket 1155 and 1150.... [more]

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Test: Dell P2815Q (0)

Logo With the P2815Q, we received one of the newest Dell 4K models in our editorial. Until now, you had to invest large sums in the purchase of a 4K monitor, but the new P2815Q is meant to appeal to budget-conscious users.... [more]

Windows Phone 8.1 already installed on 1 million devices (0)

Microsoft2012 The Developer's Preview of Microsoft's next big Windows Phone update has been available only for "developers" for a few days.... [more]