It's what's inside that counts: Fast CPUs, raging GPUs, super storage and other fine computer fittings.
New products include a new Ultrabook, SFF desktops, and a 23-inch touchscreen.
Tripp Lite already manufacturers reversible USB cables, but they're not inexpensive and they're available only as USB 2.0.
Tired of crawling on the floor every time you need to plug or unplug a device? Tripp-Lite has a better idea.
It's a double win: Help your business project professionalism and competence while shrinking your monthly phone bill.
The design brings the security of RAID plus features that are good enough for business, at a price that's low enough for consumers.
The new Transporter Sync provides all the features of the original, but you bring your own hard drive.
Cisco reduced the Linksys brand to a home-network player, but Belkin plans to resurrect the brand's status in the SMB market.
The new 13.3-inch Ultrabook features a 3200-by-1800-pixel display; it ships in November.
Acer has produced 8-inch tablets before, but this is the first to run the Windows 8.1 operating system.
The smaller sibling to Lenovo's 10-inch Miix tablet will ship with Windows 8.1 and Microsoft Office Home & Student 2013.
Add SIX USB ports, drive two additional displays, gain gigabit ethernet, and more.
From Ultrabook to mobile workstation, all 5 PCs can use the same docking station.
Who needs Dropbox when you can get 2TB of web-accessible storage this cheap?
New products will run Windows 8.1 and Android; Windows RT gets the cold shoulder.
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