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    Apple Bumps It Up to 5K Retina Display With the New iMac

    Well, 4K had a good run as the hot ticket in town, I guess. Apple has announced a brand new iMac that sports a Retina 5120 x 2880 display, which blows away virtually every other screen you’ll find on a consumer electronics device right now. The 27″ iMac for the most part looks the same […]

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    Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 14 Offers the Best of Both Worlds

    At their Yoga event in London this week, Lenovo is showing off a new size for their ThinkPad Yoga, the business-friendly take on their popular 2-in-1 line. The same 360 degree hinge, robust keyboard, and TrackPoint are here, but now with a 14″ display that makes this one of the larger 2-in-1 devices we’ve seen […]

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    Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro Debuts with Watch-Band Inspired Design

    Lenovo had plenty to announce last month at IFA, but were noticeably silent about all things Yoga. That’s because the Yoga line is getting the star treatment at its own show in London this week, and the headliner is the Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro, an update to Lenovo’s excellent 2-in-1 that features a spec jump […]

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    5 Reasons It’s Time For A Tech Upgrade

    If you can turn on your computer, get up, brew a pot of coffee, and come back before your computer has booted up, you’re probably still running Windows 98. Please get a new computer. For most of us, the problem is less extreme. Still, even those with a four-year-old computer are losing valuable time—about 13 […]

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    MacBook Air Retro Sports the Apple Logo of Yesteryear

    After years of letting you paint your gadgets any way you choose, ColorWare is getting a little more creative, with new limited edition custom offerings. We first heard about this with their leopard-print Beats Pill Safari and, for some reason, a KitchenAid stand mixer. Next up is one that is sure to pull at the […]

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    Back to School Form-factor Guide [Video]

    Time was, and not too long ago, you had two choices—desktop or laptop. Laptop for mobility, desktop for the home. Simple! Well, as you might have noticed, computing has changed, both at home and on the go. In a pretty short time, the market has been flooded with tons of new devices and device categories. […]

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    Intel Core M Ushers in the Fanless Era for PCs and Tablets

    Earlier this year at COMPUTEX, Intel gave us our first look at their new Core M processors in their reference design, a fanless slate PC. This week, at IFA, Intel is giving us all a better idea of what their next generation of processors will mean for the new devices we’ll be seeing in the […]

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    Lenovo Refreshes ‘Rip and Flip’ Design with ThinkPad Helix

    Wondering what happened to the Haswell refresh for the ThinkPad Helix? Turns out, Lenovo’s not bothering for their business-oriented 2-in-1 hybrid. They’re taking you to the next generation over, announcing a new Helix powered by Intel’s brand new Core M processors. The ThinkPad Helix takes a different approach to the 2-in-1 thing than Lenovo’s other […]

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    Surface Pro 3 Docking Station Goes on Sale

    The Surface Pro 3 is one of our favorite Windows 8 devices of the year so far, and it just took things up a notch with the release of the Surface Pro 3 Docking Station. The Surface Pro 3 Docking Station essentially transforms the very mobile device into a desktop replacement by adding several ports. […]

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    Lenovo Yoga 2 13-inch Review: Still a Leader in Versatility

    Tent, Stand, Laptop and Tablet mode – it’s no secret that we were smitten with the original Yoga. Its versatile form-factor made it not only super practical, but it also helped show off all of Windows 8’s capabilities. But there was still room for improvement, and it’s clear that Lenovo listened to a lot of […]

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    Inside HP Labs of Destruction!

    When Hewlett Packard invites a team of tech journalists out to Houston to look at their laboratories there are a few things you expect. Scientists with Christopher Lloyd’s demeanor and pristine lab coats for one, but once you get to HP’s behemoth campus in North Houston you realize that the HP labs are far bigger […]

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    Intel Unveils Slate, a Fanless PC at Computex

    Computex is going down in Taipei, Taiwan this week. Computex is often overshadowed by bigger events like CES in January, but it does have one bit of significance – it’s usually when Intel trots out their new commercial processors for the year, and, more importantly for us, what Intel expects computers running on their processors […]

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    Toshiba’s Encore is a Sweet $199 Windows Tablet

    There’s a nice little (well, maybe not so little anymore) market for mid-range tablets at budget prices that has developed over the last couple years. It’s a pretty crowded market now, but hey, choice is the friend of the consumer. So, Toshiba’s new 8” and 10.1” Encore 2 tablets might not have much to distinguish […]