Michael Archambault

Michael Archambault

Michael Archambault is a technology blogger and photographer based out of Long Island, New York; he has worked for a variety of publications and networks including Mobile Nations, Amazon’s DPReview, PetaPixel, and LifeWire. Michael has also served numerous times as a guest correspondent on the BBC’s WorldNews service. Attracted by the magic of technology and the promise of the future, Michael enjoys channeling his passion through writing, finding delight in sharing technology with those around him.

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Razer Blade 15 gives more bang for your buck, adds ‘mercury white’ edition

Razer introduced a new base model of its popular Razer Blade 15 laptop; gamers looking to get their hands on great hardware at a lower price are now in luck. Otherwise, pick up Razer's new "mercury white" limited-edition PC.
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Google's Pixel Slate is new, but does it make the Pixelbook irrelevant?

The ultimate battle of premium Chromebooks — Google's Pixelbook vs Pixel Slate. Two top-shelf devices for the ultimate ChromeOS fan, but which machine will fit best into your daily life?
Computing

HP x360 premium Chromebook bends over backward to impress

The HP x360 Chromebook is aimed at bringing a dash of premium to the world of ChromeOS computers. Featuring 8th-gen Intel Core CPUs, a full HD touchscreen, and aluminum construction, this isn't your average budget Chromebook.
Computing

Alienware has unleashed the M15, its thinnest gaming PC yet

Alienware has introduced the m15 laptop to the world. Featuring a complete redesign, the new machine comes in at only 4.8 pounds and 0.83-inches thick, while still packing hefty PC gaming power.
Computing

Is this amateur hour? Surface Pro 6 and Laptop 2 ship with Windows 10 Home

Microsoft's latest Surface Pro 6 and Surface Laptop 2 will include Windows 10 Home out of the box — a downgrade for Surface Pro users, but a substantial upgrade for fans of Surface Laptop.
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Windows 10 October 2018 Update brings DirectX ray tracing to gaming PCs

The Windows 10 October 2018 Update brings DirectX ray tracing technology to consumers, allowing gamers to step into a world of entirely new graphical capabilities with more realistic lighting.