Is Shadow the PC-as-a-service offering you're looking for?

Stuart Sumner
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The Shadow PC box from Blade
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The Shadow PC box from Blade

French outfit launches in the UK with its gamer-targeted service, but it has potential for the enterprise too

Shadow offers its subscribers a high-end Windows 10 PC in the cloud, which can turn almost any device into a powerful gaming or productivity rig, but does it actually work? After all, this is an idea...

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