We're preparing for a busy week - can you guess what's launching? - but that doesn't mean this one wasn't jam-packed with quality content.
ASRock shows that value and features can co-exist with a high-quality Intel X79 motherboard, priced an attractive £175. The enthusiast minnow shows the big boys how it should be done.
And you may want to fill the board's DIMM slots with some low-latency memory from the folks over at Patriot. Looking good and performing nicely, we let you decide if it's worth the premium over bog-standard DDR3-1,600.
Chassis come in all sorts of shapes, sizes and prices. NZXT looks to bring an amenable compromise between these competing facets with a full-tower chassis that doesn't break the bank but swallows premium kit.
Got an iPad and can't quite master the virtual on-screen keyboard? Help is at hand from accessory manufacturer Urban Factory. Its keyboard-totin' sleeve may be just the ticket for the road warrior who needs to type longer emails.
As we like to give our readers the very best hardware, we encourage you to enter the free competition to win one of three top-notch Enermax power supplies.
In other news, the rumour mill says the Xbox 720's graphics will be six time more powerful than the Xbox 360's, we dissect rumours pertaining to NVIDIA's next-gen GPU, Apple makes an obscene amount of money, file-sharing firms cack their pants, AMD finally launches desktop DDR3 memory, and Antec is busy updating chassis.