Saturday, 8 September 2012
If you want the best of the best of the best and you don't care how much you spend to get it, this upgrade guide will help you make the tough decisions when you consider the list of upgrades, it's always tempting to wonder just how good you can make a PC. There's always a trickle-down effect, and the computer beasts of today will be dwarfed by even an average machine of tomorrow. But what if you can't wait?
Friday, 7 September 2012
The mid-tier of components is probably the area that most people would look to spend their money on the next time an upgrade cycle rolls around. These products are in the middle of their life cycles, old enough to have shed their introductory prices, but new enough that you can feel comfortable investing in them as products with a fairly hefty lifespan ahead of them.
Thursday, 6 September 2012
Upgrading your PC without spending a lot of money can involve some tricky decisions. Aim too high, and you won't be able to afford the upgrade without exceeding your budget. Aim too low, and you might not be spending enough to justify upgrading at all.
In this guide, we'll show you the best upgrades you can buy for under £150. Whether you spend that money all in one place or on several upgrades it up to you you, but follow our advice and even a fairly modest expense can yield some impressive results.
Tuesday, 4 September 2012
HTC DESIRE X
The HTC DesireX is to be placed above the Desire C, but below the HTC One V, in HTCs line of products. HTC is yet to confirm it but, the Desire X is likely to be in the shops for just £15-£20 a month on contract, and if you give the nice lady in the shop between £180-£200 you can walk out of the shop with one on a pay as you go deal.