Desktop 2012 Articles

Popular Desktop Articles for 2012

Do Business Users Really Need SSDs, Or Will HDDs Work?

Back in the dark ages, storage technology on computers was extremely limited. With the advent and proliferation of laptops, that technology has taken a big leap, leaving many people still[...]

HP Brings Connected Music To All Of Its Windows 8 Devices

With a private concert by No Doubt in Paris and in collaboration with Universal Music, HP presented Connected Music, an internet service which it will now offer to all users[...]

10 Things You Should Know About Windows 8 Before Upgrading UPDATED

Microsoft Windows 8 only just got here, but undoubtedly many users are eager to get their hands on it and see what the new operating system has to offer. But[...]

Dell Vostro 260 Mini Desktop Review

The Dell Vostro 260 Mini is a good business desktop at an extremely affordable price, starting at $299 at the time of the review. The desktop is 14.7×6.89×17.18-inches and weighs[...]

The Future of Home Theater Tech and Television

Your home theater is the next battle ground for technology vendors. Find out what that means for the future of entertainment.

The Great Reinventors: Best & Worst Tech Company Rebranding Efforts

A brand defined as a complex set of inter-related components that overall set an expectation for a customer experience. A brand involves the name the logo, the colors, the tone,[...]

Black Friday Electronics Sales Down, Does It Really Matter?

The shaky future of the U.S. economy seems to have done no favors for the consumer electronics industry on Black Friday, as market research firm The NPD Group reports that[...]

Netgear R6300 Review: The World\’s Fastest Router?

Still being developed at the time of the review, the new IEEE 802.11ac standard is the future of wireless networking technology and is making waves in the world of wireless[...]

Boxee TV Review

The Boxee TV is a device users can plug into a television via an HDMI cable to route live television and online entertainment platforms to the TV. The idea behind[...]

VIZIO Announces its Latest Windows 8 Ready PCs

VIZIO has announced its Windows 8-based PCs for the upcoming holiday season. The VIZIO All-in-One Touch PC will come in a 24-inch and 27-inch model with a full HD 1080p touchscreen[...]

What Does 802.11ac Mean For Business?

802.11ac is the latest Wi-Fi standard, which promises blazingly fast Wi-Fi speeds. TechnologyGuide looks to separate its promise from reality, and figure out what it means for businesses.

TechnologyGuide Holiday Buyer\’s Guide

The holidays are around the corner; Halloween ushers in a whirlwind holiday season, and shopping quickly takes precedence after Thanksgiving Day football games. Starting on Black Friday, many are up[...]

How to Run Old Games on Your New PC: A DOSBox Tutorial

Today’s gaming scene is constantly producing experiences that couldn’t have been conceived of two decades ago, but sometimes, there’s just no beating the classics. Enter the DOSBox, a free-to-use emulator[...]

Wii U TVii Overview: Nintendo Brings A Unique Viewing Experience To Wii U Users

By: Jesse Miller Modern consoles are no longer just dedicated gaming machines. They are now home entertainment hubs, functionally speaking, with the ability to stream and store programing. Nintendo kicked off[...]

Addonics CipherUSB Review: Super Easy Security

The Addonics CipherUSB is a great device for users looking to encrypt their external storage devices. Really, you need to read up on how this simple USB device is both[...]

Aruba Instant WLAN Review

The Aruba Instant WLAN is a good product for anyone looking for a business class Wi-Fi system for a smaller business with a quick and easy set up process. The[...]

SanDisk to Invest $75 Million in Flash Memory Startups

SanDisk today launched a venture capital fund that will see the data storage company make investments in startup companies focused on \”innovative solutions\” in flash memory. Dubbed SanDisk Ventures, the[...]

ASUS ET2700 All-in-One Review: An Amazing Multimedia Experience

The ASUS ET2700 is almost the perfect all in one. The display is simply breath taking offering a 27-inch full HD display, with an impressive 1080p resolution and insane contrast[...]

Lenovo ThinkCentre Edge 91z Review: A Business AIO With Style

The Lenovo ThinkCentre 91z is a stylish all-in-one desktop that is business focused but could also appeal to consumers. Featuring a 21.5-inch full HD display with corner-to-corner glass, DesktopReview felt[...]

Cirago UDA-3000 USB 3.0-to-HDMI-Adapter Review

It\’s been a long time since DisplayLink introduced the concept of running another display off of one of those tiny USB ports. For some users, it\’s a godsend, letting them[...]