Alienware Alpha

MSI Trident V3 Arctic review: Looks like a console, runs like a high-end desktop

If only this had been around for all our ’90s LAN parties The MSI Trident V3 is quiet, easily upgraded, and packs a GTX 1070

Origin Chronos (2017) Review: A Compact Gaming Desktop Done Right

THE GOOD Sleek, living-room-friendly design Fairly upgradable Great overall performance Lots of customization options THE BAD Some of the better add-ons are pricey VERDICT The

HP Z2 Mini G3 Review: A Mighty Mini Workstation

THE GOOD Workstation-class performance in a compact design Easy access to internals Several mounting options THE BAD Port selection varies by configuration No Thunderbolt 3

Alienware Alpha R2 Review : More Power, Same Small Size

The Alienware Alpha (starting at $499, reviewed at $949) is back and more powerful than ever. The Alpha’s R2 iteration retains its diminutive, smaller-than-your-average-console dimensions

Alienware Steam Machine Review

THE GOOD Attractive interface Lots of great games Good performance THE BAD Expensive Peripheral limitations Not as robust as either a console or a gaming

Digital Storm Bolt 3 Review

THE GOOD Attractive design Painless, tool-free upgradability Impressive overall performance THE BAD Not as compact as predecessor VERDICT The Digital Storm Bolt 3 offers powerful

Alienware Steam Machine will soon be available to take on PS4 and Xbox One, here are our first impressions

It’s been two years since gaming Valve first announced its assault on the living room with its Steam Machine console concept and we are finally

Immersive Virtual Reality gaming center opens in Australia

A new gaming center has opened its doors in Melbourne, Australia, and it’s not quite your typical after-school haunt. This place, called Zero Latency, offers

Alienware Alpha review: almost the Steam Machine you’re looking for

It’s hard to describe the Alienware Alpha. On the surface, it’s a small-form gaming PC, custom-built from laptop components to fit in your entertainment center.