Google has made Chromebooks even more this attractive this holiday season by offering one terabyte of free Drive cloud storage. The plan last for two years, making it a $240 value.
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Chromebook are a popular, affordable alternative to conventional notebooks, but can they really perform similar tasks? We've taken a closer look by comparing two common models against a Windows 2-in-1.
Newegg's Black Friday deals include cut-rate AMD octo-core processors, a HP Elitebook with a solid state hard drive for $799 and a powerful Lenovo gaming laptop for a dollar under a grand.
Apple is due for a new MacBook Air, and the rumor mill is in full churn. This time, however, some of the speculation makes sense. Here's what we've heard about the new Air - and what we think will actually happen.
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The Yoga 11e has an excellent keyboard, and a fine display. These traits make it a surprisingly solid notebook.
Are you looking for a slim, portable Chromebook with long battery life, and a touchscreen? Lenovo’s N20p has you covered.
What do you get when you combine an overclocked Intel Core i7-5960X, with three GTX 980 video cards? Record breaking performance, that's what.
Paying thousands for a display sounds crazy, but it'll make sense when you see what Samsung's new U32D970Q 4K monitor can do.
Set your cynicism aside. Apple's new 5K Retina iMac offers innovative benefits to enthusiasts, and casual users alike.
U.S.A! U.S.A! Local tech firm CTL puts out a cheap 4K monitor that delivers surprisingly solid image quality, and more.
Apple OS X Yosemite tries to marry mobile functionality with desktop design. The result is a great pairing.
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