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WaterField Designs bags for Google Pixelbook: Protect your Chromebook and carry the pen

techrepublic The 5 highest-paying IT career paths Want to get a job in tech? Here are the categories with the highest salaries. Read More As I detailed last week, the Google Pixelbook is my new primary computer and I am loving it. To date I have been carrying it in my gear bag naked with the Google Pixelbook Pen stuffed ... Read More »

Lenovo Yoga 720 (12.5-Inch)

Introduction, Design, Features Everything grows up. In November 2016, we gave a four-star thumbs-up to the 11.6-inch Lenovo Yoga 710, praising the little convertible as heir to the handy take-it-anywhere, note-taking spirit of Apple’s discontinued 11.6-inch MacBook Air. Now that 710 has in turn been discontinued, replaced by a smaller sibling to the 13.3-inch15.6-inchHP Spectre x360. The 12.5-inch Yoga 720 ... Read More »

HDMI vs. DisplayPort: Which display interface reigns supreme?

The HDMI audio/video interface standard is everywhere. You’ll find the connection in TVs, set-top boxes, Blu-ray players, A/V receivers, gaming consoles, camcorders, digital cameras, and even some smartphones. You’ll also find an HDMI port in most consumer desktop and laptop computers. No modern all-in-one is complete without an HDMI input that allows you to connect a gaming console or a ... Read More »

Acer Chromebook 15 (2018)

Introduction, Design, Features If Chromebooks are going to supplant Windows-based laptops as primary computing devices for the masses, manufacturers are going to have to release more models like the latest Acer Chromebook 15 (model CB515-1HT-P39B). It looks and feels like a mainstream laptop, not a compact netbook-style device that screams “use me only occasionally.” The bright 15.6-inch 1080p screen and ... Read More »

Here’s how much the Meltdown and Spectre patches drag down older hardware

We have a pretty good idea that fixes for the Meltdown and Spectre CPU exploits plain hurt on newer hardware, but Microsoft and Intel said it would be even worse on older hardware. No one has said just how bad yet, though, so we decided to find out. Spoiler alert: The results are ugly. Most motherboard vendors aren’t supporting anything ... Read More »

Windows 10 vs Chrome OS: Acer reveals new $350 Chromebook Spin 11 convertible

The Chromebook Spin 11 supports Google Play, so it can run Android apps. Image: Acer techrepublic Top 5 ways to keep your data safe while traveling Airport Wi-Fi, public USB charging stations, and border agents just doing their jobs can all pose a threat to your cybersecurity. Here are five tips to reduce the threats. Read More Acer has announced ... Read More »

Dell Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1 (7373)

Introduction, Design, Features The Dell Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1 (model 7373) is a sleek, brushed aluminum beauty. This 13.3-inch convertible boasts a thin, all-aluminum chassis that lets this rugged laptop turn into a solid slab of a tablet. The 1080p touch display is bright and crisp with razor-thin side bezels and Active Pen support. Inside, Dell outfits the unit with ... Read More »

CES 2018: Windows 10 2-in-1? HP unveils Intel Core i version of its Qualcomm Envy x2

Video: HP adds Intel to its Envy X2 tablet PC CES 2018 The Big Trends for Business CES showcases the tech trends that will shape the year ahead. See the most important products that will impact businesses and professionals. Read More Alongside the Qualcomm-powered Envy x2 2-in-1, HP will soon launch an Intel variant of the tablet-PC with its low-power ... Read More »

MSI’s GE73VR gaming laptop brings RGB lights to new places

When Alexander saw his laptop, he wept, for there were no more things to put RGB LEDs on. Well, at least until he talked to MSI.  The standard GE73VR Raider, without RGB MSI GE73VR Raider-003 gaming laptop With few places left to put RGB lights in blinged-out gaming laptops, MSI has found one more thing to light up: The rear ... Read More »

Lenovo Ideapad 120s (11-Inch)

Introduction, Design, Features If you were looking to buy an ultraportable laptop for $250, chances are you would be looking at a Chromebook. Thanks in part to their use of Google’s lightweight OS, Chromebooks are able to offer some decent performance with relatively modest specs that many would consider inadequate for a Windows system. But for some buyers, a Chromebook ... Read More »

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