Here's what's in this month's issue of Computer Shopper magazine
April 2019 - issue 374
- Extra Slice of Pi: Whether you're just starting out with the mini-marvel or you're looking for some inspiring Pi projects, our complete guide will tell you everything you need to know.
- Supersize That: Supercomputers may seem a world away from your humble desktop, but their power helps benefit us all.
- Group Tests - £700 PCs: We put eight versatile desktop PCs through their paces to prove that you don't need to spend a fortune to get a machine that does it all..
- Reviews - Audio: Built-in tracking makes the Skullcandy Venue headphones a reassuring choice for the accident prone.
- Advanced Projects - Make Windows Retro: Fed up with Windows 10 and want to wind the clock back to Windows 98, XP or even Windows 3.1? Clive Webster shows you how to relive Microsoft's past glories.
- Hot Product - Pixel Slate: Years after the Pixel C, Google's hardware arm is back with a new Chrome OS 2-in-1: The Pixel Slate. It's nicely slim, has a great display and shows promise as a Surface Pro 6 alternative.
- Best buys: Looking for the best kit we've reviewed recently? It's all in our Best Buys section
- Retro - Sega Mega Drive: Ahead of its Mini revival, David Crookes looks at why the console was such a success the first time around.
- And a lot more...
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