Entries in 'Hardware' (103)
The odd saga of the PS4 Slim continues.
The console isn’t the only hardware to undergo a redesign in Sony’s new PS4 Slim SKU.
Sony has cut production of the existing PS4 ahead of the official announcement of the PS4 Slim and the PS4 Neo, reports have suggested.
Intel’s run of almost uninterrupted reign at the top of the PC processor market could be in for a serious challenge.
Nintendo has announced three new colour variations for its 3DS handheld in the UK.
Microsoft will release the two remaining versions of the Xbox One S in the UK next month.
Almost three years after its release, Sony is finally adding one of the most commonly requested features to the machine.
Microsoft won’t be releasing any more stock of the 2TB Xbox One S, it has been claimed.
Microsoft’s Xbox One S officially arrived in the UK this week, but tracking one down can currently be quite a challenge.
Will it? Won’t it? We now know for certain that the new Xbox One S does, in certain scenarios, run some games better than the existing model.
We finally have a pretty firm idea of what Nintendo has in store for the upcoming NX.
Nintendo’s NX, according to new reports, IS a portable console that can hook up to a TV.
There’s a new powerhouse in the PC graphics card market.
Are people holding out for the release of the Xbox One S and Xbox Scorpio? Quite possibly.
Hot on the heels of reported trouble over in the Recreated ZX Spectrum camp, there are now worrying signs emerging from its rival Spectrum reboot.
A baby version of the console that changed it all has been confirmed for America.
To date Nintendo’s Wii U has sold 12.8m units since its release in 2012. It turns out that’s way, way less than at least one Nintendo executive predicted.
VR-friendly specs for just $199 – that’s the selling point of AMD’s latest GPU.
It’s looking more certain than ever that a new Xbox will be revealed at E3 in June.
Sony has revealed that it sold 17.7m PS4 consoles in its last financial year.
It has slashed its sales estimates and has virtually nothing on its release schedule, but Nintendo reckons Wii U manufacturing could continue for another two years.
Internal forecasts for the Wii U in Nintendo’s current financial year point to a possible cancellation for the hardware.
Microsoft is pretty coy about the sales performance of the Xbox One nowadays, but it looks as if the console has grown sales year-on-year.
PS4 Neo? Check. Nintendo NX? Check. Xbox Two? Maybe.