This program's breakthrough content-persistent, tabbed interface and infinite undo/redo are worth a look even if it has other limitations.
Though a year old, the Arc 100 still compares favorably with any budget 2.5-inch SSD available
Though it's a bit cheaper than its rivals, the Trion slows to hard drive speeds when writing even mildly large amounts of data.
The Acer Aspire R 13 is a top-notch 13-inch ultrabook with a versatile, dual-hinge rotating display. Opinions will differ on the looks, but it's definitely unique.
Small, light, affordable, and able to use a pencil or ballpoint in lieu of a stylus, the Yoga Tablet 2 Anypen with Windows is a better tablet than its 10-inch cousin, but less appropriate for business tasks.
Want your data to outlive you by a few centuries? M-Disc optical media, with its super-stable data layer, is what you're looking for.
A very fast PCIe/M.2 SSD that's also very expensive. It's available on an expansion card adapter and, thankfully,you can find it heavily discounted for just over a buck a gigabyte.
RealTimes takes your photos and video an combines them intelligently into short montage movies suitable for online sharing.
The Microflex 20B is affordable, roomy, and fast. But opt for the the Core i7-59xx rather than the Core i7-5820K CPU we tested, which limits SLI setups.
Everything about this portable Bluetooth speaker is well done--except the sound.
Though Hitachi is the only big-name win, AllPlay has added several new vendors, Bluetooth, and line-in res-streaming, and now supports stereo speaker pairs.
Unless you live in Death Valley with no AC, your data will not disappear from your SSD in a few days. And likely not even then.
Throw away the embarrassingly bad Bluetooth keyboard that ships with the Windows version and you have a nicely designed, fast, and long-running, if somewhat oddly shaped tablet.
This portable music cube radiates music in all directions, sounds great, and runs for 6 hours on fully charged battery.
It's a bit clunky as a tablet but comes into its own when you add a keyboard and watch it rip through a few tests.
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