AMD used Computex to show off its latest SoC.
A Peek Inside Gigabyte’s Suite at CES 2015
A peak inside of Gigabyte’s CES Suite reveals some truely awesome computers and hardware
CES 2015: Lenovo Reverts To A Traditional Design With The ThinkPad X1 Carbon 2015
Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 Carbon 2015 has the same stellar feature-set as last year’s model, and this time the keyboard is actually fun to use.
PC Enthusiats: What Can We Expect to See at CES 2015?
With CES right around the corner and the industry’s marketing efforts going into overdrive, what is it that we will likely see next week?
Bandai Namco, HP PC, Toshiba Scanner: The Headlines in Japan for Dec. 18
Here is the daily roundup from Japanese consumer tech and tech business websites for December 18, 2014.
Razer Introduces New Tactical Bag
Razer, a a gaming peripheral company has just unveiled its newest computer bag, the Razer Tactical Bag is a backpack built from military-grade materials.
Top Five Notebooks of 2014
With the holidays approaching fast many people will be getting new notebooks this holiday season, we give you our pick for the top 5.
The New HP Omen Conjures Some Voodoo
HP just announced the brand new Omen gaming notebook, and has its sights set squarely on the Razer Blade notebook.
MSI GT80 Titan leaked
Today info on MSI’s new 18″ portable gaming notebook, the GT80 Titan was leaked.
Lenovo Launches Three New Yoga Devices
Lenovo just released the Yoga 3 Pro and the Yoga Tablet 2 Pro, while it announced the Yoga Tablet 2. The Yoga 3 Pro has a new watchband hinge, QHD+ display (3200×1800), and the new Intel Core M Processor. The Yoga Tablet 2 Pro has a 13.3″ QHD IPS display (2560×1140), 2GB of LPDDR3, Intel Atom Processor, and features an integrated projector in the frame. The Yoga Tablet 2 features a kickstand , ergonomic cylinder grip, and a Intel Atom Processor Yoga 3 Pro One thing that is first noticeable about the new design is the watchband hinge that is made out of 813 individual parts. It is supposed
Review: STM Bags Impulse Medium Laptop Backpack
Today I’m taking a look at the STM Bags Impulse Medium Laptop Backpack. The backpack is designed to fit up to a 15” laptop. The full specifications are below: Material: 300D velocity poly Lining: 200D water resistant polyester (Laptop Section: 200g brushed nylex) Device Space: 9.8 x 14.3 x 0.9 in / 24.9 x 36.4 x 2.4 cm Outer Dimensions: 19.2 x 12.9 x 5.5 in / 49 x 33 x 14 cm Capacity: 1220.5 cu in / 20 L Weight: 2.2 lb / 1 kg The Impulse Medium comes in grey and black, our review unit was the black model. The backpack has a
Synaptics' Thintouch Keyboard for 2-in-1's at Computex 2014
We sat down at Computex 2014 with Synaptics’ Godfrey Cheng and Scott Poole to talk about the company’s latest innovations, including their developments with their Forcepad. I was personally unaware that Synaptics’ first generation Forcepads actually had glass built into the touchpad to enable the Forcepad to work correctly and evenly distribute the pressure. However, the new generation of the Forcepad is capable of measuring the smallest amount of pressure at every point and no longer uses glass, making the touchpad more flexible, less breakable, and thinner than the previous generation. We also got some hints that the company might be working on some interesting
EXCLUSIVE – Intel cans 45nm “Auburndale” and “Havendale” Fusion CPUs!
Intel cancels CPU+GPU parts based on 45nm Havendale and Auburndale cores. No Core i3 in 2009!
Best buy introduces custom design notebooks from HP, Toshiba
In a bid to win more customers, Best Buy introduced Blue label series of products. Starting with two notebooks, BB is introducing products that were designed based upon customer feedback. BB received feedback from their sales spots and decided to do something about it. It seems that most customers demanded discrete graphics card, 4GB of memory, baclkit keyboard improved battery life and a 64-bit operating system. Said – done. First two Blue label products are HP Pavilion dv3510nr and Toshiba Satellite E105-S1402. Both notebooks come with similar features and boast more than four hours of battery life. Personally, I like HP more due to integrated
Atom helps Intel to score a big one, beats expectations
In a stark contrast to conservative projections by analysts, Intel (stock: INTC) announced that the company achieved a revenue of $10.22 billion, beating the estimates. Chipzilla achieved clear two billion dollar profit in Q3’08, or 35 cents per share. The reason for this 12% jump in profits is no other than Intel Atom, chip that reportedly costs only $8 to make, giving Intel additional $200 million in its Q3 revenue. Without Atom and associated chipsets, their revenue would dip below 10 billion. This only goes to show that Intel executed properly and went for the segment of market that has just started to expand. Cheap