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ASUS ZenBook Flip to Utilize Intel Core M CPUs

Portable 2-in-1 hybrid ultrabooks provide exceptional flexibility for consumers wanting a thin form factor to easily complete rudimentary tasks while travelling. Even though they’re lacking in the power department, hybrid devices allow you to use touch…

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How Dell Plan to get More People Using Linux

When you buy a new PC, it’s almost certain that it’ll be running one of two types of operating systems, Microsoft Windows or Mac OSX. Despite this market dominance, Dell plans to get more of their…

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Microsoft Surface Book May Use GeForce 930M Variant

  Selling out quite quickly, the well-received Surface Book from Microsoft has still largely remained a mystery in terms of its tech specifications. Microsoft has still not revealed the major components other than it will run…

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Kensington SD4000 Universal USB 3.0 Docking Station with 4K UHD Review

Introduction For today’s review I’m venturing a little bit out of my normal area of storage, network, and server components and take a closer look at a very useful gadget for everyone that has a laptop…

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ADATA Launches SP600NS34 M.2 2242 SATA 6Gb/s SSD

ADATA’s new Premier SP600NS34 M.2 2242 SATA 6Gb/s SSD for Ultrabooks and desktop PCs has officially launched and it is ready to meet the users latest demands. It is a slimmer, faster, and power-saving drive to…

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Gigabyte Laptops at Computex 2015

Computex 2015 – Gigabyte might be mostly known for their great motherboards and graphics cards, but they also build systems from SSF to laptops and we stopped by to check out what they brought along to…

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Aorus Laptops at Computex 2015

Computex 2015 – I have to be perfectly honest, I did not personally know of Auros before today. But I wished I did as they make some incredible portable systems that don’t leave many wishes open.…

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FSP Announced Notebook Power Adapter With Built-In USB 3.0 Hub

FSP Group has some great power supplies, although they’re mostly used as OEM models by system builders. But they range from off-size tiny and specialized ones onto full-fledged ATX power supplies for high-end systems. This time around…

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Eurocom Announced Armadillo 2 Broadwell Ultrabook

EUROCOM builds some incredible and portable systems that usually are built with one thing in mind, the best efficiency and most power possible. The new 14″ Armadillo 2 ultrabook is slightly different as it was designed…

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ASUS Announces its ROG G501 Alternative, the Zenbook Pro UX501

Asus has released its new addition to the Zenbook series, the Pro UX501. Compared to the ROG G501 gaming ultrabook, the Zenbook alternative looks to differ only in colour scheme and lacks the red keyboard found…

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Gartner Believes PC Industry Will Receive Brief Reprieve in 2014

Shipment of PCs, tablets, ultramobiles and mobile phones will grow 4.2 percent from 2013, reaching 2.4 billion units this year, according to research group Gartner. It’s a welcome sign for PC OEMs, trying desperately to get…

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Zenbook NX500 Ultrabook Announced by ASUS, Featuring 4K UHD Touchscreen

ASUS announced its latest addition to the multiple-award-winning Zenbook Ultrabook series, the NX500, stated to come in a new sleek and elegant all-aluminium chassis and with state-of-the-art components. In addition to the latter, the NX500 is…

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Silverstone NB04 Notebook Cooler Review

Introduction Notebook coolers are a product that I know end users don’t often get excited about, and that is pretty understandable given that they serve a more practical purpose, rather than a function that you can…

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Samsung Ativ Book 9 Lite Notebook Review

Introduction Before I even start this review, I’m going to lay down the law so to speak. The term Ultrabook adheres to a device that follows Intel’s strict guidelines and while the device that we’re looking…

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Sony May Soon Offload Struggling Vaio PC Business

It’s certainly no secret that Sony have been having a rough time over the last few years, although now that I think about it, there aren’t that many companies in the same industry that haven’t had…

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14-inch Armadillo Multi-Touch Ultrabook Launched By Eurocom

Eurocom is reportedly launching the 14″ Armadillo Ultrabook, a thin, light and multi-touch enabled notebook. The 14″ notebook has a FHD 1920×1080 pixels display with 10 point multi-touch feature, maximizing user interaction with Windows 8 features…

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CES 2014 – What Is Going To Be This Year’s Big Thing?

CES is back for yet another year, but before we start on the meetings and the laborious task of looking around the exhibitions that span thousands of square meters, I want to take a step back…

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Samsung Now Offering The Higher Spec 3200 x 1800 ATIV Book 9 Plus In The USA

Samsung’s highest spec ATIV Book Plus 9 is now available for people to buy in the USA at a pretty hefty cost, Engadget reports. Samsung’s latest notebook the ATIV Book 9 Plus currently only comes with…

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OcUK Professional W540 UltraNote 14″ LED Ultra Book Review

Being mobile is more important for many of us today than ever before, having the right tools for the job where ever you are in the world can make all the difference and the system were…

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Computex: MSI Display Core i7 Powered S20 “Slider” Ultrabook

Alongside MSI’s two Primo tablets it displayed its Core i7 S20 Slider Ultrabook. This device features a multi-angled slide screen with an attached keyboard. This allows you to choose between either a tablet or an ultrabook.…

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Haswell Mobile Has 50% More Battery Life Than Ivy Bridge Equivalents Claim Intel

According to what Intel have been telling PC World Australia, their new Haswell mobile based notebooks will offer 50% higher battery life than the Ivy Bridge equivalents. Rani Borkar, corporate vice president and general manager of the…

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Intel Releases Details on Haswell Iris 5000 Graphics Capabilities

The release of Haswell is not far away now and while the latest CPU hardware from Intel is expected to bring reduced power consumption and increased processing performance, it is also expect to bring with it…

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Analysts Predict Netbooks’ Death By 2015

The decline of the netbook is a well documented one. Since the rise in popularity of the tablet PC, netbook sales have fallen off a cliff. The year 2010 marked a high point for netbooks and…

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Intel Haswell Ultrabooks to Start at $599

At the Intel Solution Summit (ISS) which took place last week Intel told the world that we should expect to see Ultrabooks based on their fourth generation of core processors soon. The fourth generation of core…

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Google’s Chromebook Pixel spotted with Linux OS

Google’s Chromebook Pixel that was announced recently has proved that Google’s plans were very much real. Its was reported by The Wall Street Journal that the Chromebook Pixel will be using a touchscreen interface. Yesterday, Google’s Pixel…