January 2016 Notebook/Laptop Articles

Listed below are all of our news and reviews articles for January 2016. If you are looking for an article on a particular day or on a particular topic, you can use the menu on the right to narrow your search

Notebook/Laptop Articles for January of 2016

Below are the 35 Notebook/Laptop articles for January of 2016

Lenovo Reveals New Think X1 Products

Take a look at the new and improved line of X1 products built around the ThinkPad X1 Tablet, ThinkPad X1 Yoga, and ThinkPad X1 Carbon just in time for the[...]

New ThinkPads, Yoga 900 Business Edition, and MIIX 700 Business Edition Notebooks

Lenovo reimagines the entire ThinkPad line along with business-enhanced versions of the Yoga 900 convertible notebook and MIIX 700 hybrid 2-in-1.

Acer Brings Switches, Chrome, QHD, Phones, and Tablets to CES 2016

Acer has much to show off in Vegas, after taking the wraps off of notebooks, Chrome OS devices, tablet, smartphone, and monitors, all featuring a bevy of goodies, including triband[...]

Asus ZenFone Zoom Combines Point-and-Shoot with Android Smartphone

Smartphone photography gets a welcome boost the impending arrival of the Asus ZenFone Zoom, which features 3x optical zoom.

HP Debuts 12.1-inch Pavilion x2, A Larger Surface Rival

If anything, the new 12.1-inch HP Pavilion x2 should offer plenty bang for the buck, at least as far as Windows 10 2-in-1s go.

HP Brings 4K and OLED to New Spectre x360 2-in-1

If nothing else, users will want to look at the new HP Spectre x360 PCs. That’s because the Windows 10 hybrid PCs have stunning displays; each featuring one of the[...]

Can It Handle VR? NVIDIA GeForce GTX VR Ready Program Has the Answer

NVIDIA announced at CES 2016 the launch of their GeForce GTX VR Ready Program, a labeling initiative to help consumers identify virtual reality (VR) capable PCs, notebooks and add-in cards.

LG Guns for the Moto G Crowd with New K Series Smartphones

LG announced its K Series smartphone which includes a sleek outer shell, an improved camera, and bonus inclusions like a front-facing flash for selfies.

CES First Look: Samsung Notebook 9

The svelte silver Samsung Notebook 9 is already being coined as the MacBook Killer and for good reason. With it's razor thin bezel and the ability to cram a 15-inch[...]

Asus Has a Fixable Chromebook and Plenty of Pocket PCs at CES 2016

Asus has been busy at CES 2016, announcing a modular Chromebook and pocket-sized PCs.

Asus Outs First USB Type-C Monitor

Asus likes to be first, and this week’s CES 2016 offered further proof with the first USB Type-C monitor.

Toshiba’s New Canvio Premium HDDs Support Both USB Type-C and Type-A

Getting a jump on what is fast becoming the USB standard, Toshiba has announced a new line of portable HDDs that work with both Type-A and Type-C USB connections.

Who Needs a Flagship? ZTE and LG Leading the Way for Practical Smartphones at CES 2016

ZTE and LG are leading the charge of practical and inexpensive smartphones at CES 2016. The funny thing is, they aren't far from flagships despite being much cheaper.

CES First Look: New E FUN Nextbooks

We got our hands on the new line of Nextbook budget laptops and 2-in-1 devices from E FUN during the 2016 International Consumer Electronics Show. The latest batch of low-cost[...]

A New Republic of Gaming Products

Asus had a pleasant surprise for gaming enthusiasts at CES with the addition of several new products in the Republic of Gamers (ROG) line.

Huawei Mate 8, MediaPad M2 Stand Alone as Android Flagships at CES 2016

Huawei announced the only flagship-level Android smartphone at CES 2016, along with the only high-end Android tablet.

Razer Blade Stealth and Razer Core Steal the Show

PC gamers should get their credit cards ready. Razer just delivered a combination punch that will KO the desktop you were planning to buy.

Dell Latitude 13 7000 Series: XPS Meets Business

The new Latitude 13 7000 Series will be available in March starting at $1,299 and shares a number of styling elements with the popular XPS 13.

Hands on at CES: Lenovo Impresses with Paper Thin Yoga 900s and New Consumer Laptop Lineup

There is more to Lenovo than ThinkPads. Consumers get ridiculously thin designs, improved performance and Lenovo’s most promising gaming laptop to date.

Aorus Brings Fusion Keyboard with Per-key Backlighting to New Skylake Notebooks

Aorus, the hardcore gaming offshoot of Gigabyte Technology, used CES 2016 announced a slew of gaming laptops that officially completes its Skylake platform and highlights its award-winning X5 v5 and[...]

Seagate Announces the “World’s Thinnest 2TB Mobile Hard Drive”

Seagate has announced the impending arrival of the world’s thinnest 2TB mobile hard drive.

GIGABYTE P57W Laptop with Skylake Official, Along with P55W, P37K, P35K, and P34K

GIGABYTE announced its new lineup of Skylake processor powered laptops today – an assemblage of high performance gaming laptops driven by the latest 6th-generation Intel Core i7 processors.

First Look at MSI’s New Gaming Notebooks

We got some hands-on time with the newest gaming notebooks and were blown away by the latest tech that MSI brings to the table.

Hands on at CES: HP Shows the Stylish Side of Business with the Elitebook Folio G1

HP’s new Elitebook Folio G1 is incredibly thin and stylish yet offers a lot of the staples expected of a business laptop with the visual appeal of a premium consumer[...]

CES First Look: Lenovo Supports PC Lineup with Accessories Including Link and Yoga Mouse

With everything from ThinkPad branded earbuds and new mobility solutions, to gaming peripherals, Lenovo is determined to support its current roster of devices.

Dell’s Latest Business 2-in-1 PCs Deliver Customization, Security and Style

The new Latitude 12 7000 series and Latitude 11 5000 are the first hybrid tablets from Dell that offer true business features like TPM 2.0 security along with lust-worthy options[...]

Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Hands On, An Android-less and Absurdly Thin Surface Rival

The Samsung GalaxyTab Pro S is poised to be the true Surface rival coming out of CES 2016 thanks to its combination of power and absurd thinness.

How To Know If You Should Upgrade Your Notebook

Upgrading your laptop isn't always a good idea. We discuss the pros and cons to help you make an informed decision.

BlackBerry Priv Review

The BlackBerry Priv marks a big change for the Canadian company: Android. Nixing its in-house OS grants it access to thousands of apps and games from the Google Play[...]

Hands-on Preview: Gigabyte Takes on VR with the Aorus X7 DT

Gigabyte's newest addition to the Aorus lineup is a beast. The Aorus X7 DT offers the Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 desktop GPU wrapped inside an incredibly thin package.

Lenovo Yoga 700 Review: Multipurpose Simplicity

The more affordable alternative to the premium Yoga 900, the new Yoga 700 doesn’t feature the 4K display or fancy trappings of its more expensive counterpart. Read on to see[...]

VAIO Z Canvas Review

Sony may have called it quits on its computer division, but that didn’t spell the end of VAIO. It only resulted in a metamorphosis – one that has manifested in[...]

Why You Need To Embrace Windows 10 Sooner Than Later

We explain why you won’t be able to keep using previous versions of Windows like you used to.

AVADirect Avant P870DM-G Review: Extreme Gaming Potential

The newest gaming notebook from AVADirect arguably represents the pinnacle of PC gaming for early 2016. Read on to see if it's worth almost $2700.

Huawei Mate 8 Review: Big Battery, Bigger Build

This flagship Android phablet delivers a fingerprint sensor, Android Marshmallow, and a mammoth battery. Circumstances in the US market now may favor Huawei, but does this phablet deliver the goods?