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    Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga Has a Gorgeous OLED Display

    Want a notebook that can be used as a tablet, can connect to the internet from just about anywhere, has a top-of-the-line display, and is completely reliable at work? Not asking too much, right? Lenovo is delivering with the ThinkPad X1 Yoga at CES 2016, a 2-in-1 that combines the home use of the Yoga […]

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    This Case Transforms The 12-Inch MacBook Into a Toughbook

    We usually associate Urban Armor Gear with great (if bulky) protective smartphone cases that can withstand drops and hold up to all kinds of inclement weather. They’re the cases that excel when gadgets need to go on adventures with you, but now it looks like they aren’t content to limit themselves to just smartphones and […]

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    ThinkPad P40 Yoga is Lenovo’s Smallest and Most Flexible Mobile Workstation Yet

    Earlier this year, Lenovo released two high-powered mobile workstations, the ThinkPad P50 and P70, for professionals in need of more powerful mobile GPUs on their laptops. Those machines were powered by Intel Xeon processors and NVIDIA Quadro mobile GPUs, making them strong choices for anyone rendering 3D models, loading up massive spreadsheets, or doing anything […]

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    Epson WorkForce WF-3640 All-in-One Printer Review

    Epson recently released the WorkForce WF-3640, another high-quality printer with all the bells and whistles that exist in higher capacity models, but fine-tuned to fit the needs of a home office or small business. Design Although the Epson WF-3640 uses plastic in the same way as other printers in its class, the overall design is […]

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    Intel Rolls Out Tiny, Cheap Development Board Made for Students

    Computer literacy and programming are becoming essential to K-12 education all over the world — with so many new and promising tech jobs opening up and the continued potential for entrepreneurship, it would be a great disservice to children to fail to prepare them to pursue those opportunities. But, schools have been slow to adopt […]

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    Lenovo Yoga Series Gets Revamped, Now More Powerful Than Ever 

    It’s that time of year for a new Yoga 2-in-1, and this year, Lenovo is shaking things up a bit. With the Yoga 900, Lenovo looks to tighten up its 2-in-1 slate of devices, moving away from the convertible-oriented Intel Core m processors to fully-fledged Core i notebook processors, opting for power and a slightly […]

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    Apple Gives the iMac a Hardware Refresh and Force Touch Trackpad

    The iMac is getting its yearly overhaul today, with Apple announcing tweaks to both the 21.5″ and 27″ models along with new versions of their wireless keyboard, mouse, and trackpad. The 27″ iMac will now be powered by 6th generation (Skylake) Intel Core i5/i7 processors, up to 32 GB of DDR3 RAM, up to a […]

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    Dell XPS 13 Finally Gets a Big Brother, the XPS 15

    For a few years now, the Dell XPS line has quietly impressed, giving us great notebooks and 2-in-1s in packages that were among the thinnest and lightest (if not top of the pack). That continues with Dell’s refreshed line of XPS devices, including the XPS 15, a machine both large and small in all the […]

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    Dell XPS 12 Takes On The Surface Pro

    Dell is releasing a brand new XPS 12 next month, but this is no hardware refresh. They’ve done away with easel hinge, creating a 2-in-1 more along the lines of what the Surface Pro offers, but with a 4k display that eclipses what the Surface Pro 4 has – even if we have our doubts […]

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    The Force is Strong in HP’s Star Wars Special Edition Laptop

    We knew the Return of the Merch was going to be overwhelming ahead of the December release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but even we didn’t see this one coming. HP is getting together with Disney to create a special edition Star Wars notebook to celebrate the movie’s premiere, including design details and something […]

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    Philips Wants Your Gadgets to Smell Good

    I feel shade being thrown in our directions, the same sort one feels when offered a Tic-Tac unexpectedly. Philips is suggesting that maybe our computers are super gross and need some freshening up with their Scented Anti-Bacterial Screen Cleaner. And you know what? I’m grateful, because computers are super gross. Everyone’s hands get all over […]

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    Incipio Continues to Take Over Apple Accessory Universe, Acquires Incase

    Incipio is cementing itself as one of the giants of the smartphone accessory world with today’s announcement that it has acquired fellow case-maker Incase for an undisclosed sum. Incase will become yet another Incipio brand, joining what has become a robust and varied stable of accessory makers for the company. Incase has been particularly good […]

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    Intel Announces Sixth Generation Core Processors

    At IFA 2015 this week, Intel set the tone for computing devices big and small for the year to come by showing off what’s going to be doing the computing — their sixth generation of Core processors. Like before, Intel’s new chips will be inside a range of device categories, with Intel saying that that […]

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    ThinkPad Yoga is a Total Silver Fox

    The ThinkPad Yoga, Lenovo’s business-oriented 2-in-1 convertible notebook with a 360° hinge, is getting a refresh and a new paint job at IFA 2015. The new ThinkPad Yoga 260 and 460 — both with 360° hinges, just to be clear — are getting hardware updates and, yes, a brand new color, making a non-black ThinkPad […]