Leo Waldock

Leo Waldock


Leo Waldock has been writing about PC technology for some 20 years.

If he had a family motto it would be "You know, Windows really isn't as bad as you might think".

He has yet to own a Mac and believes that a Micro Four Thirds Panasonic is a decent camera, which just goes to show we never stop learning.

The new WD Blue SN500 is a big step forward for truly affordable SSD storage.

Nvidia's new GTX 1660 Ti GPU is aimed squarely at the middle ground. Leo Waldock breaks down the current line-up to see where it all fits together.

USB standards have become, shall we say, a little confusing. And now we have USB 3.2 and USB4 on its way. Leo Waldcock sheds some light on what this all means.

The Lumix S1 through the eyes of a GH4 and GH5 user

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One of the biggest trends in video is how still photographers (and even non-photographers) are becoming video makers though DSLRs or Mirrorless cameras. Here's our Silicon Technology correspondent Leo Waldock's journey towards cinema quality video.

We take a look at what's forthcoming in 2019 for that all that's important in graphics processing.

This is how the year is shaping up for computer CPUs in 2019.

Intel talks about Sunny Cove and promises new CPUs for 2019.

Our recent article about QLC NAND based SSDs stirred some emotions. But here's why you should be taking a much longer term look at this technology, and why it is so important for the future of SSDs.

Samsung has announced they will start selling three models of Consumer SSDs with QLC (Quad Level Cell) NAND that will go on sale from 16th December.

Intel has launched a new series of 9th Generation desktop processors that finally delivers eight hardware cores for mainstream PC users and gamers.

During October Intel will launch its 9th Generation of desktop processors that are known as Coffee Lake Refresh. These 9xxx CPUs are based on the technology used inside the current 8th Gen. Coffee Lake and will use the same LGA 1151 motherboard socket, however there are some significant changes that will have a massive impact on performance.

Nvidia continues to leverage its Turing technology with a set of new graphics cards aimed at gamers.

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