The external graphics card dock works, and works well, but battery life and cooling are major drawbacks on-the-go.
A seriously quick, well-priced, overclockable graphics card, that still manages to run incredibly cool and quiet.
Hot damn this is some quick, expensive silicon. But it’s probably not the CPU you’re really looking for.
The Ultimate Gaming Tablet. That’s how Nvidia is trying to sell the new addition to their Shield family.
However disgruntled I am about the amount of gaming hardware being named after classical Greek characters, I have to admit I'm impressed.
Ah, now this takes me back. A budget-priced, low-end Intel Pentium chip with serious overclocking headroom.
Here I am testing out this here machine from Palicomp, with effectively a year-old spec, and it's right up there with the best gaming PCs around.