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    SanDisk Releases Massive 256GB USB 3.0 Key

    If there’s one thing we can rely on COMPUTEX for, it’s something cool in the world of storage. This year at the technology expo in Taipei, SanDisk is making waves with a big number in a small package — a 256 GB USB flash drive, the highest capacity flash drive SanDisk has put out yet. […]

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    Bluelounge’s Portiko is a Clever Extension Cord

    Extension cords!! Get hyped. Are you sufficiently hyped? I hope you are, because the Bluelounge Portiko isn’t just any extension cord, it’s a mini-power strip that can keep your mobile devices charged and your large gadgets running. Almost too intense for this website. In all seriousness, the Portiko is bucking a lot of what we […]

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    HP Elitebook Folio 1020 G1 Review

    When we first unboxed HP’s Elitebook Folio 1020 G1, all we could think was, since when are enterprise-laptops this sexy? Of-course, the 1020’s design is reminiscent of the MacBook Pro, but it’s also a lot thinner and lighter than the Pro, and it really is HP’s answer to the MacBook Air. To that effect, the […]

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    Lenovo ThinkCentre Embraces Chromebox

    Lenovo is following up their Tiny Desktop line of small form factor desktop computers with the ThinkCentre Chromebox, which swaps out Windows for Chrome OS, Google’s lightweight operating system. The Chromebox will be only one liter in volume, and won’t depart too far from the physical design of the Tiny Desktop line. Like those other […]

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    Acer Switch 10 is a Tablet First, Laptop Second

    Acer is adding two more devices to their Aspire Switch 10 line of Windows 8.1 2-in-1s that fall on the tablet side of the fence. Both are 10.1″ tablets with detachable keyboards, with one coming in at a budget price with budget specs. The higher end option is simply called the Switch 10, and runs […]

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    Acer Aspire R 11 is a Budget 2-in-1 Windows Laptop

    Now that the 2-in-1 category has pretty much settled on the 360-degree hinge form factor, we’re seeing loads of lower cost devices hitting the market in time for summer. Next one up is the Acer Aspire R 11, which aims to be the most affordable, albeit not without some sacrifices in the specs department. The […]

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    Dell XPS 13 vs New MacBook – Who Wins?

    It’s no secret that we’re big fans of the Dell XPS 13, but it’s worth looking at how it stacks up against the competition. And what better measuring stick to use than one from a company that routinely puts out shelf-clearing products? Apple’s new 12″ MacBook is out to be the ultimate travel-friendly laptop, something […]

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    7 Reasons Why We’re Smitten with the Dell XPS 13

    When a PC comes out and folks start calling it a Macbook killer, that is a very strong claim to make, and even a harder one to get away with. But after spending several weeks with the Dell XPS 13, we’re ready to put our 2 cents in. And it turns out that we’re downright […]

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    Hands-on with the Dell XPS 13 + First Impressions

    At CES last month, Dell announced a new revamped XPS 13, which is supposed to be the world’s smallest laptop. The original Dell XPS 13 was a hit, and it also helped usher in the Ultrabook category, so we had high hopes for 2015’s model. But weighing in at just 2.8lbs with a touchscreen, not […]

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    In Dell’s ProSupport Plus Office, Tech Support Calls You

    IT staffers who dread calls with tech support might like what Dell is offering with ProSupport Plus. The new tech support service, combined with SupportAssist Technology embedded in Dell’s enterprise tablets and PCs, provides Dell’s support staff with continuous diagnostics of all the devices in the office, allowing them to call you when a problem […]

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    Intel Gets Down to Business With New 5th Gen Core vPro Processors

    Following up on the introduction of their 5th generation Core processors at CES 2015, Intel is announcing the enterprise versions in their Core vPro processor line. Intel’s vPro processors have long been giving businesses the same power as the consumer versions, plus hardware-enabled goodies like more encryption options and ease of access and control for […]

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    HP EliteDesk 800 G1 Desktop Mini Review

    Space comes at a premium in big and small businesses alike, so it’s hard to turn down a chance to go small, especially when you don’t need to sacrifice functionality to get there. That’s what the new wave of small PCs are offering—desktop-level power stuffed into a tiny space-saving box. The HP EliteDesk 800 G1 […]

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    Dell’s XPS 13 is the World’s Smallest Laptop

    Dell is announcing its smallest in the world 13″ laptop, XPS 13. It has a beautifully brimming edge-to-edge display that looks as borderless as an infinity pool. This little guy can keep going on one full charge for 15 hours due to its slender physique, all the while maintaining some killer functionality. Utilizing Windows 8.1, […]

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    Zolt Laptop Charger: One To Charge Them All

    Once upon a time we had a dream: One charger to rule them all. That dream has become something of a reality in smartphone land, with the micro USB and Apple’s lightning port becoming ubiquitous for power amongst most mobile devices (after a law in Europe that has insisted that providers have a universal standard) . […]