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In the May issue
In our May edition, we get our hands on Microsoft's Surface 3 stocked with full Windows and a new CPU. Plus: Everybody's favorite fanboy, Gordon Mah Ung, rips the lid off gaming tests with the Falcon Northwest Mach V.
More in the May Digital Edition:
• Alfa Romeo 4C and Mercedes-Benz F 015: Take a ride with Executive Editor Melissa Riofrio as she tours the future in high-tech cars.
• Raspberry Pi: 10 insanely innovative, incredibly cool projects.
• Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X: Hail to the new GPU king.
• Here's How: How to run Windows software in Linux.
• Watch: See inside at the Falcon Northwest Mach V with it's three Titan X cards and get a closer look at the Chromebook Pixel. Also, take ride inside the Alpha Romeo 4C and Mercedes Benz F 015.
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