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Short Details about New Macbook Pro

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Short Details about New Macbook Pro

. A sizeable portion of Apple’s 2012 WWDC keynote was dedicated to the significant updates being made to it’s MacBook range. Not only are both the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air being upgraded across the board, Apple – as usual – had something exciting in store for all of us. Firstly, both the current Air […]

Asus Taichi with a Double-sided Display Laptop

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Asus Taichi with a Double-sided Display Laptop

. One screen is never enough is it? That must be the thinking behind the new Asus Taichi – a new laptop from Asus that comes with a double sided IPS display so you can use the computer while the lid is closed. The new model, announced at Computex in Taipei on Monday June 4, […]

World’s lightest ultrabook Gigabyte X11 ahead of official launch

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World’s lightest ultrabook Gigabyte X11 ahead of official launch

The official launch event of the Gigabyte X11, the world’s lightest ultrabook, isn’t until late on Thursday 31 May in Taipei, but that hasn’t stopped us getting our hands on what we’ve been told are the official press shots of the new laptop thanks to one of our trusted sources. Sadly we don’t have much […]

“Chromebox” Google’s First Desktop PC For Businesses

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“Chromebox” Google’s First Desktop PC For Businesses

The new Chromebox is Google’s  first ever kinda-sorta desktop PC. Google today released a vastly revised version of its Chrome operating system with two new devices built by Samsung. One is a new laptop, the Chromebook. But the second one is far more interesting. The Chromebox is what’s known as a “thin client” device, meaning […]

Sony Vaio S Series pictures and hands-on

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Sony Vaio S Series pictures and hands-on

The updated Sony Vaio S series ushers new Intel hardware into a body that’s constructed from premium materials giving you a slim and portable powerhouse. The starting price sets it close to the asking price of the Sony Vaio T13 Ultrabook, but the S series offers a lot more potential for customisation and configuration. For […]

Apple readies revamped 15-inch MacBook Pro: Retina Display

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Apple readies revamped 15-inch MacBook Pro: Retina Display

Apple is readying a new 15-inch MacBook Pro which will feature a Retina display screen, ultra-thin design and USB 3.0 ports. Sources in the company’s supply chain say they have handled prototype components and casings, and that the new laptop is undergoing production test rounds at present. The claimants, which 9to5Mac calls “trusted sources”, have […]

Samsung UltraBook Series 9 900X3B review

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Samsung UltraBook Series 9 900X3B review

It’s been an exciting year for ultraportables, with Intel backed Ultrabooks such as the Asus Zenbook UX31, Dell XPS 13 and the Acer Aspire S3 grabbing the headlines. Despite making its own Ultrabook, the Series 5, the release of the world’s thinnest laptop, the Samsung Series 9 900X3B shows that the brand has saved the […]

Acer Aspire Timeline M3 Ultra

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Acer Aspire Timeline M3 Ultra

Until now the Ultrabook just hasn’t been that ultra. Compared to the MacBook Air not much has been able to match its day-to-day computing speeds. But where Windows triumphs is in gaming, the problem is that the size of an Ultrabook makes putting a decent GPU inside relatively hard. This has all changed with the […]

Dell Vostro V131 review

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Dell Vostro V131 review

Light and powerful, Dell’s Vostro range is intended to add a little style to the small business or the home office. The latest member of the family, the V131, is a Sandy Bridge Core i5 machine, one of a new generation of thin and light 13.3-inch business machines. Does it match up to the competition […]

Samsung Series 7 Slate 700T

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Samsung Series 7 Slate 700T

If you saw the tablets Microsoft gave away to developers at its Build event last year, you’ll find the Series 7 Slate a familiar looking device. That’s not surprising, as the Build tablet was a modified version of Samsung’s Slate. The Slate is an interesting example of the extremes to which PC design can go. […]

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