This thin-and-light comes with a feature few of its ilk offer: A removable battery.
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A new online collaboration service combines group chat, content sharing, and calendaring
Dell shows that that all-in-ones can deliver both looks and strong performance.
Web-based small business accounting service promises easy migration from Intuit’s market-leading desktop software.
Global Graphics’ $10 GDoc Creator lets you turn a wide range of documents and images into PDF files, either by dragging and dropping them onto its postage-stamp-sized interface or by using its printer driver.
PayPal Working Capital—initially available to merchants who already use PayPal to collect payments--lets borrowers pay out of their PayPal sales revenue.
Whether you’re looking for a loan, streamlined payments, or help with the books, new Web and mobile services are here to help.
We dig the 15.6-inch display and 7-plus hours of battery life, but the 1366 by 768 resolution is a letdown.
This portable all-in-one isn't a benchmark champion, but it will let you take your computing fun to any room in the house.
If you're looking to control your home entertainment system with your smartphone, you could do a lot worse than the Harmony Hub line.
Gateway's DX4870-UB2C is an old-school midtower desktop that delivers good productivity performance and copious storage for a very reasonable price.
The pleasingly versatile ThinkPad Helix can instantly switch from a full-blown Ultrabook to a Windows 8 tablet. But you'll have to pay to play.
These tiny devices let you stream high-def video from a notebook, tablet, or smartphone—when they work.
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