8 September 2017, 09:01
InfinityEdge and 4K HDR for £725.
7 December 2016, 11:30
Meet Dell's compact, potent and upgradeable desktop gaming PC.
25 July 2016, 16:30
A business alternative to the gorgeous XPS 13.
5 May 2016, 17:00
Is this the ultimate 15.6in Windows laptop?
22 February 2016, 14:09
Bernard Perez flaunts 13in machine with InfinityEdge display.
2 March 2015, 19:43
Diagnoses potential problems before they strike.
20 January 2012, 10:00
Alienware meets Sandy Bridge Extreme.
5 December 2011, 19:00
Portable and powerful but rough around the edges.
5 July 2011, 17:30
The XPS 15z looks like a MacBook Pro, but costs £650 less and runs Windows 7. Is that a recipe for success?
2 September 2010, 09:00
A Core i5 CPU, a GeForce GPU and the promise of long battery life. Is this the ultimate 11in notebook ?
13 August 2010, 09:30
AMD's 2010 Nile platform takes on Intel's Atom and CULV in a sleek 11.6in ultra-portable from Dell.
3 February 2010, 17:48
What's a cross between an Apple Mac mini and a nettop?
1 December 2008, 12:26
Dell turns the Core i7 world on its head by releasing a fully-built system for £699. We tell you if it's worth the wonga.
19 September 2008, 17:05
Here's a netbook, there's a netbook, everywhere's a netbook. But which one's right for you?
23 April 2008, 04:15
AMD's tri-core Phenom X3 processor aims to fill the void between dual-core and quad-core. Does it succeed?
18 April 2008, 08:48
AMD's 50-series Phenom processors, complete with B3 stepping, promise to put Phenom back on the map. Is there finally light at the end of the tunnel for AMD's now erratum-free ...
27 July 2007, 08:39
Dell raised the ante with its high-colour 30in LCD monitor. Is it really as good as it sounds? Let me spill the beans after using it for 5 months.
1 February 2006, 01:50
In summary, then, our Dell 3007WFP isn't the stellar product that the 2405FPW was on its inception. Too many minor niggles take away from the oh-my-goodness factor of staring at ...
7 November 2005, 08:15
As one of the miscreants that does graphics for HEXUS, and the Group Technical Editor, I'm the one that has to make sure we do it properly. And it turns ...
12 September 2005, 00:00
Rockdirect, then, has most of the bases covered with its Pegasus 650 model. It's fast, quiet, reasonably portable, and, subjectively-speaking, looks good, as well. The review model, priced at £1199+VAT, ...
8 August 2005, 00:00
Users looking for ultimate notebook performance should seriously consider Rockdirect's XTI series. Taking into account overall performance, the XTI 3.8 is the fastest notebook we've tested thus far.
23 June 2005, 00:00
There's no doubt that the Rock Xtreme Ti is a fast, fast gaming laptop. However, Rock really needs to look at the engineering and component choice of, say, Dell's Inspiron ...
17 June 2005, 00:00
The chosen combination of Pentium M 770 and GeForce 6800 Go Ultra 256MB make for, without doubt, the fastest gaming laptop ever to grace HEXUS Labs, and I keep repeating ...
4 May 2005, 00:00
MV\'s component choice and reasonable asking price makes the GamePro an attractive proposition for the consumer that wants both substance and style in one beautiful package. Just add in a ...
29 April 2005, 00:00
Dell is both large enough and savvy enough to engineer and market the best gaming system around. This Dimension XPS Gen-4, however, is overpriced and, from a package's point of ...