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Mid-Range Build of the Week

The total price of this build is £536. This price does not include a tower or any peripherals and that is because they are the most personal aspect of any PC. I wanted to allow a personal touch to be added…It totally wasn’t because I went over budget.

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FirePro+Quadro vs Radeon+GeFroce
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The Difference between a Gaming GPU and a Workstation GPU

What’s the difference?

To put it simply they are built differently, with a different purpose. Saying that, it might lead you to think that the hardware that is used within them is much different…But that’s not the case. The real difference lies with the firmware and the drivers which deal with the GPU.

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PS4 Pro
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PS4 Pro

The Sony PlayStation 4 Pro is set to be released on the 10th of November 2016 and along with changes to its hardware it is bringing with it changes to the life cycles of the game console as we know it.

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Xbox One S
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Xbox One S

The Xbox One S Is the latest upgrade for the Xbox One line and it brings in some surprisingly big differences from the Xbox One.

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Microsoft Surface Pro 4
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Microsoft Surface Pro 4

The Surface Pro 4 is a portable tablet from Microsoft that is said to be “The Tablet than can replace your laptop”. I think it comes pretty close. It runs a full Windows 10 and does it seamlessly. Read More

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Nexus 6P

The Nexus 6P is, in my opinion, a great android phone…Google has done well. The device is made by Huawei and it is a subtle leader to the current smartphone race. The device was released on 29th September 2015 and it is still up there on the charts. Read More

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Samsung Gear S2

The Samsung Gear S2 could well be the subtlest smart watch on the market, It’s minimal and modern design allows it to blend in but stand out at the same time. The S2 has three methods of interaction, The touchscreen, the home & back buttons and the rotating bezel. I fear that if you didn’t know the S2 had a bezel then you may miss it due it blending so well.

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Google Duo

Google Duo is what seems to be Google’s answer to Apple’s FaceTime. It was released in mid-August after being announced in May and it took only two days for the app to become the number one free app. Duo is cross-platform and unlike google hangout, allows you to use your phone number as your account.

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