When Acer unveiled its first 2013 Chromebook, the $250 C720-2800, it was hard to imagine things could get any cheaper than that with similar specs. And yet the Taiwanese have just outdone themselves, taking the wraps off the $200 C720-2848.
Fully focused on Windows 8-based computing machines after ditching RT not long ago, Dell has at last started accepting pre-orders for the first ever XPS 11 convertible and the follow-up to the more conventional 2012 XPS 13 ultrabook.
Earlier this week Apple finally unveiled the new MacBook Pro 2013 lineup which comes with Haswell processors. A new teardown of the new laptops reveals that they have slimmer cooling systems than before.
Dell sure made an unexpected comeback to the Android manufacturing business with the Venue 7 and Venue 8 budget-friendly tablets, but that’s not all the Texans have in store for portable PC lovers this fall.
Just because we chose to put HP’s new Android-based Slate lineup and the Windows 8.1-powered Omni 10 tab in the limelight first a few hours ago, that doesn’t mean the number one PC maker in the world doesn’t have an extra few aces up its sleeve for the holiday season.
Dell’s fall from grace in the PC market has been as abrupt as painful, seeing the once leading company’s market share drop with 5 points between 2006 and 2012 and sales numbers catastrophically collapse.
And just like that, Chromebooks and Chromeboxes have become mainstream. I presume, since Google and Intel have earlier today unveiled four, count’em four new Chrome OS-based computing machines, including two manufactured by newcomers Toshiba and Asus.
Gigabyte has updated its BRIX mini-PC and fitted it with Intel’s dual-core hyper-threading Haswell processors, delivering “stunning visuals and edge-of-your-seat performance in an ultra-small package.”
When it rains, it pours. It was only 24 hours ago that we spotted the second-gen Microsoft Surface RT tab (likely to be called simply Surface 2) doing its benchmarking rounds with a Tegra 4 CPU inside, and we already have some scoop on its imminent Windows 8.1-powered counterpart.
Linus Torvalds has officially released the latest version of the Linux kernel, pushing the version number to 3.10, brings important ARM big.LITTLE support.
Recently benchmarks of Apple’s new Mac Pro were spotted online, similar benchmarks for the company’s unreleased next generation 13 inch MacBook Pro have appeared online as well, hinting at a slight improvement in performance.
ASUS has launched its 15.6-inch touch-enabled Ultrabook, dubbed the VivoBook S551, powered by the power-efficient Nvidia GT 740M graphics processing unit and Intel’s 4th Generation Haswell based Core processor.
Giada has launched a new high-end mini-PC featuring Intel’s latest Haswell microprocessor, coupled with Nvidia’s GTX 650 mid-range GPU.
Here’s some exclusive scoop to feed your hunger. Intel will finally launch 8 core CPUs for desktops with the 2014 enthusiast grade Haswell-E platform.
At WDDC 2013, Apple unleashed their new, compact Mac Pro (8 times smaller than previous generation) as well as a refresh to their MacBook Air line up.
Dell refreshes its 2012 lineup with new internals based on Intel’s newest 4th generation Core processors based on Haswell microarchitecture. The refresh hits their XPS 8500 desktop, the XPS 27 all-in-one and XPS 12 Ultrabook. After already having unveiled its Lenovo Yoga inspired XPS 11 yesterday, Dell has announced the refresh of its existing products
With the quad-core Haswell already out in the wild, it’s time for the cheaper and more value oriented dual-core Haswell processors to show their face. Intel had lifted the embargo on quad-core Haswell back on Saturday, with the embargo on dual-c0re SKUs lifted off today. Here’s a quick round-up of the various dual-core lineups that Intel
Acer announced its next-generation Ultrabooks based on Intel’s new Haswell Core processors. While the Aspire S7 is the successor to 2012′s flagship, the Aspire S3 is a relatively more affordable than the flagship.
ASUS expanded its Transformer line-up today by announcing the Transformer Pad Infinity and the unique new Transformer Pad Trio. ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity The Transformer Pad Infinity is a unique tablet. It holds the title for the world’s first product to be announced with Nvidia’s (troubled and massively delayed) Tegra 4 chipset. ASUS CEO Jerry