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"Gaming laptop? I'll show you a gaming laptop," Origin says, before unveiling the beastly EON15-X and EON17-X.
Asus rolled out the new Transformer Book Chi convertibles at CES, calling them a better option than Apple's Macbook Air and iPad Air. The company also updated its popular Zenfone with two new models.
Lenovo says it has broken a milestone by shipping 100 million—that's with an 'm'—ThinkPads.
Acer updates several systems with new chips and shoehorns Intel's awesome RealSense into a massive 17-inch notebook. Many specs remain the same from prior models, though.
AMD's barely present in the laptop market right now, but the company plans to change that with a new chip and components strategy
What shoppers seem to want is a cheap, sub-$300 laptop. Chromebooks fit the bill, but supercheap Windows PCs like HP's Stream are also selling very well.
Start off right with solid security tools, productivity software, and other programs that every PC needs.
Purism, the creator of the freedom-obsessed Librem 15 laptop, says it has figured out way to get new Intel CPUs to play nice without proprietary firmware.
The company is also throwing a contest to name its newest custom ROM.
Supplier Shimano Manufacturing wants a sales injunction and US$8.4 million for patent infringement
Nearly half a million Lenovo devices in the U.S. need to swap out their power cord ASAP after Lenovo recalls the LS-15 AC adapter.
Got a Galaxy Note 4? For an extra $200, you can take part in virtual reality experiments from Samsung and Oculus.
The latest generation includes carbon-fiber chassis designs, SSDs, versatile displays, and tantalizing hints of future Intel CPUs.
Some Galaxy Note 4 and LG G3 owners on these carriers have reported the uninvited appearance of the installer and some apps--and worse, the apps can be difficult to uninstall.