Economical, compact yet scalable, Kyocera's M3040idn is a good mono MFP for workgroups or small firms who don't need fax support
A stunning 14 million pixel display is backed up by top performance
A tiny desktop PC, packing all-round performance and plenty of ports
With 192 Kepler GPU cores, the Jetson is king of the ARM-based developer boards
Xerox launches a fast and frugal mono laser for high-volume printing in the workgroup
At £899, this is the cheapest iMac available. We find out if Apple has comprised on quality
Is this £700 camera and speakerphone combination value for money?
An inkjet MFP with enterprise features, low running costs and a laser-killing turn of speed
Packing a Xeon quad-core processor, dual AMD FirePro graphics cards and a superfast PCIe SSD, can IT Pro tame this beast?
A Windows 8 hybrid offering good performance but at a steep price.
The latest iMac packs Haswell chips and GeForce graphics, but skimps on the RAM and storage.
The flagship processor costs £850 and features 40 PCI-Express 3.0 lanes and support for quad-channel DDR3 memory.
An Ultrabook packing Haswell processors, support for up to 16GB of RAM and tool-less serviceability.
We test both sets of architecture to see which is best suited for your needs.
With a minute form factor and an unbeliveably low price, is this PC too good to be true?
HP's smart and compact Officejet 150 is the world's first mobile multifunction printer. Is it a worthy travel companion?
HP launches a superb fast and efficient MFP with proprietary printhead technology.
The latest PC/giant tablet arrives packing Windows 8 and a full-HD screen.
A sexy all-in-one desktop, which packs a crisp 23in display and NFC connectivity.
Apple's latest AiO features its Fusion drive, an 5mm-thin design and Intel Ivy Bridge power. Is it still the dream machine for power users or has it fallen behind the likes of the HP Z1?
'Lack of IT investment' to blame for airspace chaos
Care.data trial date in doubt
iOS big data analytics platform unveiled by Apple and IBM
Glass at Work: Why Google should ditch it for consumers
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