Ever since the fatherboard packed up and left town, it's been up to the motherboard to raise up a family of add-in cards, tend to the RAM, and do everything else a motherboard is responsible for. Maintaining order is a thankless job, but a necessary one. In honor of Mother's Day being right around the corner, today's top deal is an Asus Maximus VI Hero Motherboard for $180 with free shipping (normally $200 - use coupon code: [EMCPFWP67]). This board features Intel's Z87 chipset is packed with high-end goodies.
For other deals that include a ViewSonic 24-inch LCD and more, click the "Read More" button!
It only took a mass of bull horns and the collective cries of power users far and wide, but dare we say that Microsoft finally got the message? It sure seems that way -- Windows 8.1 is improving on the Desktop side and is about to get a major update that will make things better than ever, the timing of which will come just as support for Windows XP comes to a screeching halt. Coincidence? We think not. Regardless, if you find the upcoming intriguing, then check out today's top deal for Microsoft's Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit for $125 with free shipping (normally $140 - use coupon code: [EMCPFPG22]).
For other deals that include an Kingston SSDNow V300 240GB SSD and more, click the "Read More" button!
Sometime in the future, Blu-ray will join the likes of HD-DVD, LaserDisc, Betamax, VHS, and other defunct formats, but that time hasn't come yet. For now, Blu-ray is still very much relevant, and is also the topic of today's top deal, which is for an LG Black 14X BD-R BDXL Blu-ray Burner for $55 with free shipping (normally $68; additional $5 mail-in-rebate). LG's burner supports BDXL (128GB) discs, along with offering 3D Blu-ray playback and M-Disc support.
For other deals that include a ViewSonic VA2703-LED 27-inch Monitor and more, click the "Read More" button!
Now that the back-to-school frenzy is in the rear view mirror and things have settled down, you can exhale and get back to doing the really important things, like playing games! Don't have a capable GPU? That's a shame, though easily fixable with today's top deal for a Gigabyte GeForce GTX 760 Graphics Card for $260 with free shipping (Free Batman Arkham Origins with purchase, limited offer). Unlike regular GTX 760 cards, Gigabyte's version keeps its cool with its Windforce 3X triple-fan cooling solution. This card is fast, cool, and quiet, and it comes with a free game to boot!
For other deals that include a ViewSonic 24-inch LCD monitor and more, click the "Read More" button!
When's the last time you splurged on a PC part? If it's been awhile and you're looking to treat yourself to a luxury item, today is the day to do so. Our top deal is for a Thermaltake Level 10 GT Snow Edition Full Tower Computer Case for $210 with free shipping (normally $260 - use coupon code MLTCASE22; additional $20 mail-in-rebate). One look is all it takes to discover this is no ordinary chassis. It's easy to install, has great cooling potential, and offers a unique look.
For other deals that include a Viewsonic 27-inch LCD monitor and more, click the "Read More" button!
ViewSonic unveils its line of touch displays for Windows 8.
By design, Windows 8 has an interface that's best suited for touch, and even though enthusiasts are hesitant to jump on the bandwagon, hardware manufacturers are ready to punch your ticket. ViewSonic is taking advantage of this new era in computing by launching a new line of Windows 8-certified touch monitors, and we stopped by the company's booth at CES to take a look.
ViewSonic on Monday announced the latest addition to its high-performance line of monitors, the new 27-inch VX2703mh-LED. According to ViewSonic, everyone and their uncle should be interested in this display, including home consumers, small-to-medium businesses (SMBs), and educational institutions, the latter of which will appreciate the monitor's energy efficiency while hoping to sell the former two on the panel's overall feature-set.
If the motto to live by is 'Go big or go home,' don't bother putting out a dinner plate for ViewSonic. The company has chosen to go big in the tablet market, teasing a ginormous 22-inch Android powered slate rocking what looks to be Ice Cream Sandwich, the latest version of Google's mobile operating system, at least until Jelly Bean (Android 5.0) comes out later this year.
Home theater buffs looking to replicate the big screen experience in their living rooms or man caves aren't the only ones who can benefit from a Full HD 1080p projector, at least not as far as ViewSonic is concerned. ViewSonic's new Pro8300 is just such a projector, boasting a 1920x1080 resolution, 3000 lumen rating, and "precise color performance and sharpness" that business users can take advantage of to pitch presentations.
ViewSonic this week rolled out its new VX2460h-LED monitor, a 24-inch LED-backlit display with what the company claims is the thinnest profile available for its size and class category. Whether or not there's a 24-inch monitor out there that's skinnier, no one's going to call ViewSonic's newest panel chunky, as the widescreen display measures a scant quarter-of-an-inch thick at the bezel (full dimensions are 22.87 inches (W) by 17.60 inches (H) by 7.64 inches (D) with stand).