Laptop Bags for Women. Who’d Have Thought That!
18 November 2013 9:18 AM | No Comments
That most dreaded time of year is just around the corner. And the pressure is on to ensure that you buy the perfect present for the woman in your life. Make the wrong decision and you’re paying for it for the rest of the year! […]Read More
Technology from a Student’s Perspective
22 October 2013 10:55 AM | No Comments
If you’re a first year university student right now, chances are you’ll be getting the swing of student life. Once alien concepts such as lectures, seminars, the student union and halls of residence won’t seem quite so unfamiliar to you now and you’ll be loving every […]Read More
Part 2 – The Man Without a Plan
19 March 2013 1:11 PM | 2 Comments
The next step in Matt's journey to build his first PC...Read More
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Posted on March 5, 2013 | 34 CommentsFor 6 long years I’ve sat here helping to shift boxes of things I don’t really understand. Don’t get me wrong, I know DDR5 memory is an improvement on DDR3 and that Intel’s Core i7 processor is a step up from their Core i5, but I don’t really know why. (Apparently, “cos it’s 2 more“ isn’t a sufficient answer!) So to try and expand my limited knowledge, and to keep me busy for the next few weeks, I’m going to roll up my shirt sleeves, do a bit of research and build a desktop PC from scratch.
Posted on October 6, 2011 | No CommentsEditor’s note: this is a guest post by Dave at TechRadar.com, one of our favourite sources for tech news and reviews. Here’s his thoughts on the best Intel Sandy Bridge motherboards around today. Intel’s current best consumer processor is undoubtedly its Sandy Bridge range with […]
Posted on September 12, 2011 | No CommentsStorage News There is a wide range of SSDs to choose from and selecting the most appropriate drive can be a tricky choice. Having a good look around can be very worthwhile, once you know what it is you need to look out for and […]
Posted on September 9, 2011 | 1 CommentIn an effort to break down barriers and make technology more open to everyone, me and the rest of the guys here at Dabs felt it may be useful to begin a regular feature which lays bare some of the frequently used technical words and terms, […]
Posted on August 31, 2011 | 1 CommentMedia streamers can be tricky to buy, especially as they are not yet commonplace within UK homes, which means there aren’t many people that you can go to for advice on what to buy. Fortunately, you’ve no need to seek advice anywhere else as you’ve […]
Posted on January 12, 2011 | 14 CommentsOne of the main benefits of NAS over an external HD is that it is a standalone device so it does not have to be directly attached to a computer
Posted on November 16, 2010 | 1 CommentThis is a Techradar article in association with Dabs.com What shall we compare the computer processor to this week? How about the human brain or perhaps the heart? We could go mechanical and try the car engine? In truth, there’s nothing man-made that really matches the […]
Posted on November 11, 2010 | 1 CommentThis is a Techradar article in association with Dabs.com Desktop PC power supplies – more often called PSUs – don’t get too much attention, which is a shame. It’s that anonymous metal box that powers everything inside and many peripherals outside of the PC. It’ll dictate how […]
Posted on November 4, 2010 | No CommentsThis is a Techradar article in association with Dabs.com It seems like PCs can never have enough 3D graphics power. Higher resolutions, more effects, better image quality and film-like post-processing effects seem to keep even the latest cards working hard. But even upgrading to a […]
Posted on October 27, 2010 | No CommentsThis article was originally posted by Techradar in association with dabs.com, and has been edited by a member of the dabs.com forum, ‘Fov’. Adding, upgrading or installing a new hard drive is always about one thing – storage, storage, storage. For less than £30 you […]