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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 April 30, 2012 | 1 CommentIf you’ve already read part one and part two of these posts, you’ll know that professional wildlife photographer Richard Peters has been sharing his knowledge on the components you need in a photo editing PC. In his final post for us, Richard looks at monitors, […]
Posted on April 24, 2012 | No CommentsIn the second of our posts on building a great PC for editing photos, professional wildlife photographer Richard Peters discusses memory, video cards and storage options. If you have any questions on Richard’s recommendations, or just need some buying advice, get in touch with us. […]
Posted on April 19, 2012 | 3 CommentsWith so many of the readers of our blog keen photographers, we wanted to provide some help and advice on how to create the perfect machine for editing photos. Rather than doing it ourselves, professional wildlife photographer Richard Peters has very kindly written a blog […]