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    Toshiba PX35t is a TV and Touchscreen All-In-One PC

    Aside from dedicated gamers or heavy design professionals, the need for a traditional desktop PC is diminishing. That gave way to the space-saving all-in-one PC movement, and that’s now giving way to PCs that are trying to position themselves as home media and entertainment hubs, not unlike smart televisions or the upcoming Xbox One.

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    Apps of the Week: Star Trek Into Darkness, Album Share and More

    Album Share for iPhone Album Share is a useful little app when used in just the right situations. It’s not an overly complicated one, either – you take a bunch of photos, stuff them in an album, and share it. As the name probably already told you, the app specializes in that last part. Once […]

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    Start Menu Reviver Revives the Start Button on Windows 8

    The lack of a Start button in Windows 8 has been a contentious topic since the release of the operating system, needless to say. Some cite it as a reason for not upgrading, others haven’t missed it since day one. Regardless of where you fall on the spectrum of reactions, it’s safe to say there […]

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    Hands-on with the Acer Aspire R7 Ezel Mode Laptop

    Acer unveiled three new mobility products today in New York, some of which are sure to be head turners. It takes a lot of effort to come out with unique form-factors these days, but Acer has nailed it with the new Acer Aspire R7. That is because the Acer Aspire R7 laptop features a first […]

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    Lenovo Lynx Convertible Tablet Review

    The laptop and tablet is changing drastically and devices like the Lenovo Lynx could very well be the future of computing. Lynx is an 11.6 inch “tablet” packing the power and capabilities of a laptop. It runs a full version of Windows 8 and will pretty much run any windows application. Now get this: the […]

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    Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 Review

    The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 convertible laptop, is essentially a smaller version of the Yoga 13 we previously reviewed. Unfortunately, with its smaller form-factor, comes some sacrifice. The Lenovo Yoga 11 runs Windows RT as opposed to the full version of Windows 8. It’s also powered by NVIDIA Tegra 3 1.4ghz Processor, which offers less […]

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    Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch Review

    For a tech blogger, there could be no more intense week than CES. And that is exactly where we decided to put the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch to the test. The new Thinkpad X1 Carbon Touch Ultrabook has been highly anticipated by ThinkPad enthusiasts, particularly because it takes their beloved X1 Carbon and ups […]

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    Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 Review

    Last year at CES 2012, Lenovo got tons of attention when it first unveiled the IdeaPad Yoga. That is why there could be no more fitting place to test the new IdeaPad Yoga 13, then at this year’s show. The CES essentials list always comes down to just three electronics: a smartphone, a camera, and a laptop […]

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    Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11S is World’s First Mini Ultrabook

    If you liked the idea of Lenovo’s hybrid, the IdeaPad Yoga, you’ll probably like the fact that it’s about to get thinner, smaller, and lighter. The 17.2 mm thick, 3.08 pound hybrid tablet/ultrabook IdeaPad Yoga 11S is the same as its larger, 13” predecessor in design, with a hinge that allows you to fold the […]

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    Lenovo IdeaPad U310, U410, Z400 and Z500 Laptops Get Their Touch on

    At CES this week, Lenovo is unleashing its new wave of touch-enabled notebooks and ultrabooks in the form of brand-new IdeaPads in four different sizes. The smaller U310 and U410 notebooks (13.3” and 14”) will have the ultrabook designation, coming in at 3.85/4.4 pounds and 18 mm/21 mm thick, respectively. They’re primed for Windows 8, and that […]

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    10 Things That Are Hit or Miss in Windows 8

    Windows 8 has been out for nearly 2 months now and we have finally gotten to spend some hands-on time with the highly anticipated operating system. There are plenty of reviews out there that cover Windows 8, and we’ve already talked about many of its new features. So instead, we would like to share some […]