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  • Expression
    1 year ago
    by Apolatia
    +14 +1

    Surface Laptop is just a laptop, making it Microsoft’s most baffling release yet

    After several years of building systems that compete with, but aren't quite, laptops, Microsoft has built a plain old laptop: the Surface Laptop. I think there's a good chance that the Surface Laptop will become Microsoft's best-selling piece of PC hardware. This is such a straightforward proposition: it's a regular PC laptop. It has no trickery; no tear-off keyboard, no special hinge, no detachable GPU, none of the other things that have made the Surface Pro, Surface Book, and Surface Studio notable or unusual. It can't be said any plainer: Surface Laptop is just a PC laptop.

  • Current Event
    1 year ago
    by zyery
    +4 +1

    HP launches new Omen line of gaming laptops, desktops, and accessories

    HP is getting back into the gaming world with a new line of products called Omen. The Omen series will feature laptops, desktops, and accessories targeted across different price ranges, from cheaper notebooks up to higher-end towers for serious gamers with a lot of disposable income. The line is kicking off today with the announcement of four products: two laptops, a tower, and a display. For the most part, these first products are starting toward the higher end of the market.

  • Current Event
    1 year ago
    by sjvn
    +29 +1

    Dell now sells 7 different Ubuntu-powered premium laptops (and an all-in-one desktop) - Liliputing

    Dell is one of the few major PC makers that offers high-end laptops with GNU/Linux software as an alternative to Windows. 5 years after the company launched Project Sputnik to gauge interest in a version of the Dell XPS 13 with Ubuntu software, Dell now sells 7 different laptop models with Canonical’s popular Linux distribution. …

  • Analysis
    1 year ago
    by lostwonder
    +21 +1

    Should You Still Be Buying Toshiba Laptops?

    Is it safe to buy Toshiba laptops and tablets now that the company has reportedly reached a deal to sell a controlling stake in its consumer electronics unit?

  • Current Event
    1 year ago
    by TNY
    +8 +1

    VAIO's new 'fashionable' laptops have pretty colors, low specs, and high prices

    The resurrected VAIO has gone for the premium and businessy ends of the market with most of its laptops so far, but the company's latest announcement targets different customers altogether — albeit customers that still have quite a lot of money to spend. The C15 series' main selling point is its striking range of colorways, including white / copper, navy / gray, yellow / black, and orange / khaki options; VAIO describes it as a "fashionable PC."

  • Current Event
    7 months ago
    by Apolatia
    +8 +1

    Intel brings a six-core i9 CPU to laptops

    Intel is actually bringing a Core i9 six-core chip to laptops.

  • Expression
    7 months ago
    by shwarber
    +15 +1

    Widescreen laptops are dumb

    A laptop is more than just a video playback machine. I’ve been thinking about aspect ratios. After years of phones, laptops, tablets, and TV screens converging on 16:9 as the “right” display shape — allowing video playback without distracting black bars — smartphones have disturbed the universality recently by moving to even more elongated formats like 18:9, 19:9, or even 19.5:9 in the iPhone X’s case. That’s prompted me to consider where else the default widescreen proportions might be a poor fit, and I’ve realized that laptops are the worst offenders.

  • Review
    7 months ago
    by sjvn
    +4 +1

    Best & Worst Laptop Brands 2018

    Which brand of laptop is best? Laptop Mag ranks the biggest laptop brands on performance, design, support and value. See the scorecard.

  • Current Event
    4 months ago
    by Apolatia
    +7 +1

    Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 review: jack of all trades

    Dell’s latest 15-inch XPS 2-in-1 is a high-end laptop that appeals to creative users: people who need power and portability, and might also appreciate a touchscreen and a stylus. It plays in the same field as HP’s Spectre x360 15, Microsoft’s Surface Book 2, and Apple’s 15-inch MacBook Pro. Right out of the box, Dell gets most things right with the XPS 15 2-in-1, with a just few areas that need improvement. Its build quality, attention to detail, power, and flexibility add up to a high-end experience that matches its premium price.

  • Current Event
    4 months ago
    by zritic
    +17 +1

    Apple stops selling 2015 MacBook Pro

    In the wake of the new 13-inch and 15-inch Touch Bar models today, Apple has stopped selling the much-beloved 2015 MacBook Pro. For people who despised butterfly keys, or mourned the lack of legacy…

  • Current Event
    4 months ago
    by baron778
    +12 +1

    2018 MacBook Pro Benchmarked: This Is the Fastest SSD Ever

    It’s overdue, but Apple has finally released new MacBook Pros with updated specs, and we just got our hands on the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar. Our $2,499 configuration is packing a powerful 8th-gen Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM, Intel Iris Plus Graphics 655 and a 512GB SSD. And so far, the numbers look very promising.

  • Current Event
    3 months ago
    by kong88
    +3 +1

    Thinner and Lighter Laptops Have Screwed Us All

    Over the last few days we’ve seen outcry about Apple’s new MacBook Pro, which offers an optional top-end i9 processor, and how its performance is throttled to the point of parody as the laptop heats up over time. Sparked by a video from YouTuber Dave Lee, who demonstrates that the only way to get Apple’s quoted performance from the MacBook Pro is by keeping it in a refrigerator, the outcry has been brutal.