If skyrocketing tablet sales and cute videos of babies that confuse magazines for iPads are any indication, touchscreens are the interface of the future. But there’s just one problem with that portentous prediction: If it’s true, laptop buyers are stuck with one foot in the past. The market analysts at NPD DisplaySearch say touchscreen notebooks […]
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Mashing mobile technology together with traditional PC designs has a hit-and-miss track record–cough, cough–but Monday, Corning announced that one of the more practical smartphone innovations out there is coming to touchscreen PCs, in the form of Gorilla Glass NBT.
Dell’s Wireless Dock D5000 laptop dock frees your laptop from cables. Here’s our Wireless Dock D5000 review.
Retina who? Not to be outdone on the display front, Samsung is showing off a 13.3-inch LCD notebook panel with a whopping 3200-by-1800 resolution screen.
Thanks to Toshiba, Windows finally has a laptop with a high-resolution display to rival Apple’s vaunted Retina-sporting MacBooks.
The Rain Design mStand 360 comes to the rescue as a laptop stand suited to Apple MacBooks, guaranteed to turn more than heads.
Samsung launched an even pricier version of its high-end Series 9 Ultrabook Monday, but the company isn’t quite ready to trade blows with Apple on the “Retina” display front.
Converse has moved into the tech side of accessories including laptop cases. Read our Converse laptop sleeve review to find out more.
The Kensington ClickSafe Keyed Laptop Lock is a clever update on the usual laptop and PC hardware locking solution.
Microsoft on Monday announced new keyboards and mice optimized for tablets and laptops running the Windows 8 operating system.
All of Apple’s MacBook models contain moisture sensors that tell Apple Geniuses whether the laptop has been the victim of a liquid related incident. It seems that Apple is keen to ensure that no water damaged Retina MacBook Pro slips through the net when users bring them in for repair by adding extra sensors into […]
Apple is said to be replacing MacBook Pro with Retina display models with faulty screens. Some of the high-res Retina displays are said to be showing signs of ghosting.
The new MacBook Air gets torn down (and not built up again), Thunderbolt is striking some machines with lightning, and the machine will no longer go Ping. The remainders for Tuesday, June 12, 2012 are not dead yet.
Touchscreen laptops and tablets with the upcoming Windows 8 OS will be priced higher than their non-touchscreen counterparts, Dell’s CEO said on Tuesday.