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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘laptop’

Gaming Laptops: The Best And The Cheapest

Serious gamers require serious laptops for gaming. You don’t want to just throw your money at any old product. That’s why it’s important to shop around and weigh all your options. Or, you know, glean a few reviews and see what the experts have to say. The reviews for the best gaming laptops of 2014 (thus far) are in and …

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Lenovo Announces Its First Android Convertible Laptop

It’s been rumored for a while now that Google would some day introduce a line of Chromebooks that run on Android. That rumor hasn’t materialized yet, but more PC OEMs are now getting in the business of creating Android tablets that double as laptops. Lenovo announced the A10 today, a convertible that functions as both a 10-inch tablet and a …

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Ultrabooks: The Next Generation Of Laptops

The ultrabook, a new revolutionary laptop, has been released and they have all kinds of features for people to get excited over. There are plenty of brands and designs to choose from, and while a lot of it may be personal preference, each one is designed slightly different from the others. Some weigh more or less than others and the …

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New Samsung ATIV Book 9 Lite Coming July 28

In April, Samsung re-branded all of its notebooks and Windows 8 under the ATIV brand. Samsung “Series” notebooks are now ATIV Books, with numerical designations. Of these notebooks, the ATIV Book 9 is the current flagship hardware. This week, Samsung announced that an new “Lite” version of the ATIV Book 9 will be coming on July 28. The ATIV Book …

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Asus Goes To Infinity And Beyond With Newest Transformer

Before you start imagining a Transformers film where they’re all toys trying to get back to their owners ala Toy Story, know that the headline refers to Asus’ line of tablets. The newest tablet, called the Transformer Pad Infinity, is the latest tablet in Asus’ line of tablet/laptop hybrids that can snap into a keyboard (sold separately for $149) and …

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Gigabyte’s 2.1 Pound X11 laptop Makes Debut

The spy world has it right. Smaller is better, right? Taiwanese computer maker Gigabyte has taken it to a whole new level with their carbon fiber wrapped laptop titled the X11. Gigabyte is calling the laptop the “world’s first all-carbon-fiber notebook.” At 2.1 pounds the 11.6-inch X11 weighs just 105 grams shy of Apple’s 11.6-inch MacBook Air which makes it …

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Dad Shoots Daughter’s Laptop Over Facebook

In Albermarle, North Carolina, a fed-up father took his frustrations out on his daughter’s laptop after reading her Facebook page. On Wednesday, Tommy Jordan shot and killed his daughter Hannah’s laptop in a domestic tit-for-tat battle he and his 15-year-old decided to take online. The laptop ended up as the ultimate loser when Jordan emptied nine shots into it. The …

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iPad HD to Rival Ultrabooks in Key Features

IPad HD, aka iPad 3, may prove to bring tablets to the forefront of the laptop market. Boasting a super high-resolution display, built in 4G LTE, and faster graphics silicon, all in a smaller lighter package, it’s easy to see the appeal. And with so many keyboard peripherals already on the market for the previous iPad, laptops and ultrabooks will …

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Facebook Video: Dad Shoots Laptop Followup

Three weeks ago, when we did an article about the father who shot his daughter’s laptop in a Facebook video, little did we know the firestorm response that would result. The original video has been viewed on Youtube over 30 million times. Many people responded with comments of approval for the father taking a hardline stance in his home. In …

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Laptops Made of Paper

There is now a possibility your new computer will be made of paper. Paper PP Alloy, developed by PEGA Design, is made of the combination of recyclable paper and polypropylene. According to PEGA, Paper PP Alloy is not only environmentally friendly, but also strong, sturdy and flexible. The materials used to construct it are also easier to get ahold of …

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DLD: iPad Popularity Leads To E-Textbooks

From the Digital Life Design conference, a welcome announcement was made for students. Textbook publishers saw it coming: an e-textbook revolution is imminent and it will change learning forever, said Osman Rashid, co-founder and CEO of Kno. The software company based in Silicon Valley currently offers 150,000 textbook titles to be used on a computer or iPad, and they cost …

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