Toshiba recently announced the KIRABook, a premium Windows 8 UltraBook with Ultra HD display, and now the verdict on this notebook from a few major publishers have been appearing on the web. Unfortunately we don’t have the same $2,000 machine on hand other reviews have received to give you our own verdict (waves to Toshiba) [...]
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Our Google I/O 2013 predictions: will we see Key Lime Pie, Nexus 5, X Phone, or a Google Glass launch date? Here’s what to expect from Google I/O in 2013.
Intel is expected to announce its fourth-generation Core processors code-named Haswell for laptops and desktops in June, but the company is already releasing teasers that talk about their performance.
The Dell Inspiron 17R-5720 is an old-school big laptop, big on screen and bulk, not so very fast but relatively cheap at £729.
HP delivers a well-priced, well-specified, all-aluminium, Windows 7 Ultrabook
Dell has a nice price on a fully loaded Inspiron 15R SE (Special Edition) laptop right now. You can get the Inspiron 15R SE with a Core i7-3632QM (Quad Core), 8GB of RAM, 750GB HDD and 1080p screen for only $747 after using coupon code J9ZR64?V1WQ2S0 at checkout. Here’s a link to the deal on [...]
Lenovo has already started with their Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals for 2012, here’s a list of the pricing available on all ThinkPads that are on sale – use 20% off coupon code BLACKFRIDAY to score the deal: Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E430: Regularly $549, $483.12 after coupon Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E530: Regularly $549, $483.12 [...]
We find out if the new BT Vision can outdo Sky and Virgin Media
An Ivy Bridge laptop for just £350 – the E1-571 is a bargain
Google may be planning to cap off the new wave of Chromebooks with its own laptop that includes a touchscreen, according to one report.
Ice Cream Sandwich device features full Google Play support
80W active monitor speakers pack Bluetooth, analogue and digital inputs
Tuesday was a very busy day for Apple and we in the Macworld Lab were ecstatic to see the Mac so well represented. Luckily, we didn’t have to wait long to get our hands on a new 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display.
Forget the new Retina MacBook Pro, the VivoBook is a stunning metal touchscreen laptop for under £400.
EE, O2, Vodafone and Three put aside their differences
When online travel agent Orbitz admitted in June that it was steering Mac users on its site toward higher-priced hotel rooms, many were angry. But another company is finding that Mac users will pay more than Windows users for an identical product — even when allowed to choose how much they pay.
The ‘Kiddie Curve’ is great if you don’t need a high-powered smartphone with a large touchscreen
Another rumored look at the new iPhone, a whisper of a 13-inch Retina MacBook, and an Apple ad that never saw the light of day. The remainders for Friday, August 10, 2012 are a ragtag band of misfits.
The Samsung Series 5 NP535U3C-A01UK is an AMD-powered ultraportable laptop as thin and light as an Ultrabook, but it can’t match the performance of its Intel-based rivals, as our Samsung Series 5 NP535U3C review shows.
Crucial today announced a new line of SSDs aimed at users who want to upgrade their pre-2011 notebooks with 128GB and 256GB models that sell for $100 and $190, respectively.
If you’ve been looking at either the 15” screen HP Pavilion dv6t-7000 or larger size 17” dv7t-7000 you might be wondering which is better to go with for your needs. After all, the internal specs on each are quite similar and they have exactly the same design. Because of that, it mostly comes down to [...]
The thinnest 15in laptop ever?
Of all the netbooks we’ve seen with the new N2600 Atom processor, this smart Toshiba is the best compromise between price and build quality
First of all let me state we’re not here to declare a winner or do quite as in depth a writeup as the ThinkPad X220 and Apple MacBook Air comparison that was done last year by Zaz. However, having both the new ThinkPad X230 and 2012 MacBook Air on hand we couldn’t resist shooting some [...]
Tablets and smartphones continued to eat away at worldwide PC shipments, which remained flat during the second quarter, according to research released by Gartner on Wednesday.