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Scan 3XS Graphite LH145

Scan’s first home and office laptop has great battery life and a very powerful processor

Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 2

Lenovo’s tiny 11in Yoga hybrid now comes with a brand new Baytrail Pentium processor

Hannspree Hannspad SN1AT71

A 10in budget tablet that’s painfully slow to the point that you’d be much better off with a similarly priced 7in model

Hands On: Intel’s RealSense is both productive and fun

Intel is here at CES pushing the idea that we will interact with our PCs in far easier and smarter ways in the near future. And if the company’s new Kinect-like camera interface is any guide, voice and gesture interaction with PCs might indeed be just about ready for prime time. Throughout 2014, OEMs including�Acer, […]

Chillblast Photo OC Mobile review – photo-editing laptop with IPS display good value for photography professionals

Price: 1199 Rating: 8 Chillblast is well-known for its high-end desktop gaming rigs, with a wide variety of customisation options on its web site that allow you to more or less design your own PC. However, the company does assemble laptops and desktop systems for more ‘serious’ applications too, including its new Photo OC, which […]

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (Version 3) Announced

The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon has received its 3rd incarnation as Lenovo announced the latest update to the series prior to the doors opening at CES 2014.  The new ThinkPad X1 (which we kind of wish Lenovo had just called the X3 for ease of discussion) weighs a mere 2.83lbs, is 0.70 inches thin and […]

HP Split X2

This evolution of HP’s laptop-tablet hybrid is a huge improvement on the Envy X2

Intel introduces 2-in-1 – laptop by day, tablet by night

New 2-in-1 product category designed for those that want a laptop and a tablet

How about a solar-powered, submersible laptop for $350?

A Canadian company plans to unveil a solar-powered laptop in Ghana next week and the device could find its way to North America, perhaps as a Chromebook, by the end of the year.        

Crossbar develops 1 Terabyte RAM on chips smaller than a postage stamp

Crossbar’s non-volatile memory is also capable of 3D stacking, making it more space and energy efficient than traditional non-volatile memory

IWF warns of websites unknowingly hacked to host child porn

UK internet charity warns that malicious website owners are hosting content on third-party sites

Intel’s ‘Bay Trail’ Atom chip could blur the line between PCs, tablets

Desktops, notebooks, tablets: Just five years ago, those three words defined three distinct classes of products. But now consumers are being asked to choose among all-in-ones, two-in-ones, convertibles, mini-tablets, ultraportables, and phablets. With Intel’s new “Bay Trail” Atom chip, due this fall, you can expect the market to diversify even more.        

Staples $100 Off Windows 8 Laptops and Free Office 365 for Students this Weekend!

Staples has a great deal running this weekend for those looking for a Windows 8 laptop.  Any laptop priced $499 or more has a $100 off coupon you can use for it, the in store coupon code you can tell them to use at the register is “43717” and online at Staples.com you can use […]

Notebooks with Intel’s version of Kinect due in late 2014

Intel has backed its vision for computers that see and hear by dedicating a $100 million investment fund to the venture, and committed its customers to supplying the technology by late 2014.        

AMD hopes to bridge gap between Xbox, PlayStation and PCs

Advanced Micro Devices has announced a new strategy that could lead to games that run in the future across PCs and games consoles like the Xbox and PlayStation.        

JB Hi-Fi ups guidance on strong sales

Electronics retailer, JB Hi-Fi, expects net profit after tax to be between $112 million and $116 million, a 7 per cent to 11 per cent rise over last year, driven by stronger than expected sales in the second half of FY13.        

Toshiba Satellite L850D review

If you’re looking for an affordable laptop designed with entertainment in mind, then the attractive screen and audio features of the L850D will certainly appeal. Read our Toshiba Satellite L850D review to find out more.

Google Nexus 10

The Nexus 10 does for the 10in tablet market what the Nexus 7 did for 7in models – it’s brilliant

Lenovo gives Chrome OS a try with Chromebook for Schools

In perhaps a sign that Chrome OS hasn’t been a failure, Lenovo plans to release its first Chromebook laptop, which it calls a “rugged” model for K-12 schools.

Schenker Notebooks XMG P502 Pro review

The Schenker Notebooks XMG P502 Pro is far from perfect, but the P502 Pro is a powerful and versatile gaming laptop at a competitive price. Read our Schenker Notebooks XMG P502 Pro review to find out more.

AMD not interested in low-cost tablets

AMD is not interested in entering the low-cost tablet market and will rely on Windows 8 as it tries to find its bearings in the fast-growing tablet market, the company said.

The Forgotten eMate 300–15 years later

Fifteen years ago, Apple released its first and only touchscreen laptop (so far), the often forgotten eMate 300. This translucent clamshell portable, which ran Apple’s Newton PDA operating system, represented a bold experiment in educational computing and a drastic departure from Apple’s traditional hardware design.

HP brings tablet functionality to new EliteBook Revolve

Hewlett-Packard is bringing a twist to its business laptop design with the new EliteBook Revolve, which is the company’s first Windows 8 touchscreen laptop that can double up as a tablet in some circumstances.

Apple announces Black Friday shopping event

Apple discount deals for Black Friday on iPads, iPods, Macs and accessories.

Epson Expression Premium XP-605

This five-ink printer is quick and quiet