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The Best All-in-One Computers of 2018

The Best All-in-One Computers of 2018

Save Some Space So the 15-inch display on your laptop is starting to feel cramped, and you work mainly in one location. Yes, you could attach an additional screen to your notebook, or opt for a desktop tower with a separate monitor, but another option is an all-in-one (AIO) pc. Focus on the Screen The […]

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The Fastest Laptops of 2018

The Fastest Laptops of 2018

  So How Fast Is “Fastest”? So you want the fastest laptop your money can buy? That’s a challenging goal: It depends on how you define “fast,” and to some extent on how you define “laptop,” too. Still, we’ll try to help you hit the moving target here. The short […] The short version? There […]

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The Best Laptops for Video Editing

The Best Laptops for Video Editing

The Right Specs for Editing Power Powerful laptops weighing just a few pounds can now handle many of the tasks that editors used to perform on intricate and expensive equipment in a studio. So whether your boss expects you to make first edits in the field, you’re a film […] Click here to view original […]

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The Best Laptops for College Students

The Best Laptops for College Students

A Laptop That Lasts If you’re a student, a laptop is as essential as your textbooks and school ID. And it’s not just for school work. It should also be able to handle extracurricular activities, such as social networking, watching movies, listening to music, posting photos, gaming, video chatting with the ‘rents back home, and […]

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The Best Chromebooks of 2018

The Best Chromebooks of 2018

Low-Cost Windows Alternatives There are plenty of laptops available, but what do you buy when pretty much everything you do is online, you don’t need much in the way of software support, and you want to spend around $300, rather than thousands? A chromebook could be your answer. These inexpensive laptops may not offer a […]

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The Best Business Desktops of 2018

The Best Business Desktops of 2018

The Right PCs to Power Your Business. The Best Business Desktops of 2018 Business desktops may not be the hottest players in the PC market, but in terms of the actual number of units the big manufacturers ship each year, they represent a significant segment. Think about it: You can still write a novel on […]

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The Best Gaming Laptops of 2018

The Best Gaming Laptops of 2018

Finding the Right Portable Gaming Rig Purists will argue that you need a PC to truly play games, especially if you’re a fan of pushing the levels of graphics quality beyond the capabilities of a mobile phone or a mere gaming console. In this regard the gaming desktop is […] Click here to view original […]

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Apple Plans to Ditch Intel and Use Custom Mac Chips Starting in 2020

Apple Plans to Ditch Intel and Use Custom Mac Chips Starting in 2020

Apple is planning to transition from Intel chips to its own custom made Mac chips as early as 2020, reports Bloomberg . Apple’s initiative, reportedly code named “Kalamata,” is part of an effort to make Macs, iPhones, and iPads work “more similarly and seamlessly together” according to unspecified sources […] Click here to view original […]

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HP ZBook x2 brings a tear-off keyboard and 4K 10-bit color

HP ZBook x2 brings a tear-off keyboard and 4K 10-bit color

HP chose to launch its 14-inch ZBook x2 mobile workstation at Adobe Max, the annual conference for Creative Clouders; that should tell you exactly who HP is targeting with the x2. And from what I’ve seen, it hits the mark as exactly what professional creatives will want by the […] Click here to view original […]

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New $329 iPad with Pencil support to take on Chromebook in schools

New $329 iPad with Pencil support to take on Chromebook in schools

Apple showed off its new iPad for classrooms, which will work with the Apple Pen. It’s back-to-school for Apple with a brand new iPad. Apple unveiled a new version of its tablet franchise at its education event in Chicago on Tuesday, which it hosted at the Lane Tech College […] Click here to view original […]

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Setting up an iPad for coding is my greatest feat as a computer user

Setting up an iPad for coding is my greatest feat as a computer user

A few months ago, I detailed my process for setting up a Pixelbook to code on . It wasn’t easy or simple or straightforward, but it worked in the end: I had all the power and flexibility of Linux, access to my favorite code editor (VS Code), and, of […] Click here to view original […]

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