The Mac platform isn't exactly known for a plethora of readily-available computer games, but game development and digital distribution company Valve has announced today that it will be bringing its wildly-popular Steam gaming system, as well as its vaunted Source proprietary game engine to Apple's very own line of computers.
It's been just over a month since we last heard anything from iBUYPOWER regarding a PC, but here we are with a brand new offering, filled with goodies for all the PC gamers out there. This time around, we've got the Paladin E-Series, which is based on the Intel "Lynnfield" processors and new P55 chipsets. There's three models to choose from: the Gamer Paladin E870, E780, and E720, each of which features one of Intel's new Core i7 800-series or Core i5 processors, along with the newest P55 chipset motherboards.
News about Blizzard's StarCraft II isn't necessarily few and far between, but when you start talking about something as epic as StarCraft, and its heavily anticipated sequel, every piece of information is fantastic. And, if it weren't enough for Blizzard to just give us text-based information, they go out and make amazing CG videos, like the cinematic trailer already released. But this time around, Blizzard lets us follow an old friend, Zeratul, as he explores some ancient ruins, but quickly discovers he's not the only one being a little nostalgic.
In an announcement made by Samsung today, plans are brewing for the company to start focusing its efforts toward the PC gaming market, and they plan on doing just that by providing their 256GB solid state drives (SSD), which provide lightning-fast processing power for even the most feature-heavy games out there.