This handheld device dual boots Windows and Android.
Looking for a new PC-on-a-stick that runs Google's Android OS and can stream your favorite video content?
The $59 RK3066 HDMI PC-on-a-stick is powered by a Rockchip RK3066 dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor.
Acer has introduced a pair of new all-in-one computers designed specifically to run Windows 8.
The folks in Redmond have spent a lot of time making sure that Microsoft Windows 8 is optimized for touch navigation.
Pre-rooted Finless ROM 1.4 OS coded for the UG802 Android mini-PC.
The idea that PCs aren't upgradable may come as news to long-time tech enthusiasts who are used to building and modding their own rigs.
This DIY pocket comptuer runs BASIC.
Forget optical computing or quantum computing: researchers at Aalto University have successfully used water droplets as bits of digital information.
One of the fastest-growing segments of the desktop PC market is the all-in-one, a form factor popularized by Apple's OS X-powered iMac.
There are currently a number of ARM-powered Android mini-PCs on the market, such as the $84 Mini Xplus which hit the streets last month under the name of Mini X.
A number of Android-powered mini-PCs the size of a flash drive have hit the bargain hungry market over the past year.
It seems like the Allwinner A10 chipset is becoming the go-to processor for a new generation of low-cost Android-powered computers.
It seems like uber-mini Android-powered computers are all the rage now, with the little devices turning up left and right in the wake of the Raspberry Pi launch.
China-based Giada is showcasing a new mini PC with sweet specs that is uber power efficient.
If you enjoy computers and bare-bones hardware, odds are you've been keeping an eye on the tiny and cheap Raspberry Pi board.
If you're a big fan of the Android operating system, mainboard and small form factor PC maker VIA has a new and very cheap computer designed to run Android that might pique your interest.
Sony has rolled out its new Vaio T11 (11.6-inch screen) and T13 (13.3-inch display) Ultrabooks.
Intel's Ultrabook has been around for a while, but so far sales have remained lower than Santa Clara anticipated.
We rarely hear anything about traditional desktop computers anymore, unless of course Apple unveils a sleek new iMac.