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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.
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.