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Bring back the 'Trades'
07-08-2014, 02:47 PM
Analysts: 92 per cent of all PC games sales are now digital
When did you last buy a physical copy of a PC game?
HP Stream 14 Windows laptop to be priced at US$199
Comes with 2 years worth of expanded cloud storage, just like a Chromebook.
Microsoft Surface Pro 3 docking station on sale for $199 (£165)
Allows Microsoft's versatile tablet to "replace your desktop PC".
AMD releases Radeon R7 SSDs
In addition to branded system memory.
SK hynix SH910A SSD (256GB)
Where value meets performance.
ASUS ROG's first AMD FM2+ motherboard ships this month
The Crossblade Ranger utilises the usual ROG trimmings like Gigabit Ethernet and LANGuard.
LG 34UC97 34-inch 21:9 curved monitor to be unveiled at IFA 2014
The LG 24GM77 advanced gaming monitor will also be on show at the event.
AirEnergy3D's 3D printed portable wind turbine provides up to 300W
It's an open source project so you can make your own or back it for £299 to get one shipped.
Haswell E and Intel X99 chipset launch expected for 29 August
Leaks also reveal a brace of EVGA Intel X99 motherboards.
Microsoft: uninstall the August Update MS14-045 security patch
Some media are christening it the 'Blue Screen of Death' update.
QOTW: Which games are you most looking forward to?
There's a dizzying array of good games coming out. Which have your seal of approval?
HEXUS Week In Review: 4K shootout, cube-shaped chassis
Your chance to catch up on the week's tech developments
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