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If that laptop of yours is looking a little long in the tooth, a new range from Dell could be just what’s needed, and from what we’re hearing, they should be relatively affordable too.
The creator of the portable PC known as the notebook has a few more this week, as Toshiba lets loose with a few machines that are all business.
The post-PC world is one likely to be driven by tablets, not laptops, and if Microsoft’s Surface is any indication, it’ll be interesting hybrids, but Microsoft isn’t the only tablet maker worth watching.
Two years on, Asus has decided to update one of the better Windows 8 hybrids it released, and the good news is that it’s not only looks better, it’s also a little less exy, too.
While it may not have the might of Ashton Kutcher behind its marketing anymore, the muscle in Lenovo’s research and development arm is still churning out some winners, and this year is improving the Yoga laptop and tablet concept for size and spec.
There are so many new computers this week, it’s hard to keep track, but just in case you hadn’t had your fill of uber new laptop goodness, two more are on the way from Tosh.
We hope you weren’t set on a new computer, because two more are on the way, and from the looks of things, these could be winning improvements.
When you’ve been building computers as long as HP has, you need to spend a bit of time refreshing and updating designs to shake things up, and that appears to be exactly what the company has done with a few newbies heading to stores shortly.
Another day, another laptop, and this week it’s an Acer we’re taking a look at, as the company redoes the convertible laptop-tablet hybrid by focusing on the hinge as opposed to a new design entirely.
Earlier in the year, Asus showed us how thin a Windows tablet could be, and shortly, Australians will be able to see for themselves, as the company releases its Air-like machine.
Phones tend to take the brunt of most of the damage we inflict from drops, but a new machine on the way from HP could pose a threat to the MacBook Air, delivering a slim machine that won't break when it falls.
Toshiba has been making portable computers longer than most people — hey, it practically invented the category in the 80s — and this year, it will offer at least two machines that aim to make content creation easier whether you like laptops, tablets, or both.
Apple’s MacBook Air may have represented the pinnacle of ultra-light computing for a while, but Asus plans to show that it knows a thing or two about the area, as the company unveils its Chi range of slim portables.
One of the surprise machines from last year was the Acer R series, a machine that featured the unusual Ezel hinge to make for an all-in-one laptop desktop form-factor. With the end of 2014 in sight, the R series is back, improved and smaller than before.
We all know that netbooks are dead, but tablets are definitely replacing them, and Acer is there proving it with the Switch, a 10 inch tablet that comes with a keyboard packing in a 500GB hard drive and one of those neato multimode hinges we’re seeing.
Tablets computers are changing laptops so much that the form-factors are being totally revised, with the lunch-box machine being flipped on its head, which is sort of what Asus is doing with a new computer.