New notebook features a custom quad-core CPU from AMD.
The technology is great—provided you like the one laptop model it’s currently compatible with.
The dual-band R6100 will retail for just $100.
The IdeaCentre Horizon weighs nearly 19 pounds. Lenovo's cart accessory renders it portable and suitable for electronic board games.
Intel wants to bring home automation into the mainstream with inexpensive systems that can compete with the likes of Control4 and Crestron.
OS X could be holding back the new AirPort Extreme's wireless throughput.
Consumers and SMBs can finally be assured that 802.11ac networking products will be compatible, even though the IEEE has not ratified the standard.
Acer has announced a new version of its C7 Chromebook, this one with a 16GB SSD, that will be available at Walmart stores and Walmart.com.
The new MacBook Air sports built-in compatibility with the newest draft networking standard, 802.11ac, an upgrade of the current 802.11n.
Top-shelf model available with Nvidia GPUs in SLI and Intel's Extreme Edition processor as an optional upgrade.
Unfortunately, its best integrated GPU—the Iris Pro 5200—is present in only a handful of Haswell-series CPUs.
The new core-logic's feature set includes faster I/O, greater power efficiency, and speedier boot times.
With the launch of its 4th-gen Core CPUs, Intel also increases the Ultrabook's baseline requirements.
Toshiba unveiled part of its back-to-school PC lineup at Computex today, boasting touchscreen options with edge-to-edge glass at every price point in its Satellite S-, and P-series notebooks; its Qosimo X75 enthusiast notebook; and its PX35t all-in-one desktop PC.
Chipzilla will continue to dominate the CPU market, but AMD’s APU strategy leaves it with a foot in the door.