February 2014 Notebook/Laptop Articles

Listed below are all of our news and reviews articles for February 2014. 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 February of 2014

Below are the 26 Notebook/Laptop articles for February of 2014

Cryptography Apps: How To Keep Your Personal Info Private

As consumers living in a post-Edward Snowden world, what do we need to know about cryptography applications? Keep reading to find out.

HP ZBook 17 Mobile Workstation Review

HP reinvents its mobile workstation notebook line with the HP ZBook 17. The device offers strong performance and ample connectivity, but is it enough to justify the steep price?[...]

Asus Chromebox Announced

Today Asus announced the newest addition to their lineup of devices running Google’s ChromeOS. The Asus Chromebox is a very inexpensive desktop option that is designed for business, home and[...]

What’s Going To Be in Windows 8.1.1?

Now anticipated for release in April, the update looks likely to include features friendlier to traditional desktop users, but tablet user could benefit from improved anti-malware capabilities. Learn more from[...]

Sony Selling VAIO Division Amidst Falling PC Sales

Alongside their announcement today of Q3 earnings, Japanese electronics manufacturer Sony announced that they would be selling their VAIO PC division. The deal with Japan Industrial Partners (JIP) is set[...]

What’s in Windows 8.1 Update 1, and When Will It Be Ready?

Windows 8.1 Update 1 might be released in April instead of March, according to a report published on Tuesday, a couple of days after the leak of a beta build[...]

HTC One Max Review: Size Isn’t Everything

There's a lot - really a lot, it's a big phone - to love about the HTC One Max. Unfortunately, phablets aren't always phab.

How To Set Up a Power Plan in Windows 7 or 8/8.1

We’ll show you how to enhance the usability of your notebook computer by tailoring the way it uses power to your unique needs in this tutorial.

Could Curved Screens be Coming to Laptops?

Beyond fully bendable screens, a hard laptop or tablet screen with a curve to it would offer certain benefits. See why this is one possible future for laptops.

How To Set Up a Power Plan in Windows 8/8.1 or 7

Let NotebookReview show you how to enhance the usability of your computer by tailoring the way it uses power to your unique needs in this tutorial.

Asus Transformer Book T100 Review

The Asus TransformerBook T100 offers users an affordable convertible notebook option. Equipped with Windows 8.1 the device is capable of handling basic tasks and programs without the steep price point[...]

Rough Rider Messenger Bag Ruggedly Fuses Modern and Rustic Style

Today, San Francisco laptop bag company WaterField Designs announced their Rough Rider leather messenger bag. The bag, which will ship at the end of February, features a rustic look combined[...]

How to Connect a PC or Tablet Via 4G Wireless

We give you the pros and cons of the various ways to get mobile broadband access: built-in cellular wireless, smartphone hotspotting, and peripherals like USB mobile broadband adapters and mobile[...]

iAnywhere Could Turn the iPad into a Desktop

iAnywhere is a rumored docking station with a display that could turn the the iPad or iPhone into a desktop. Learn more from TabletPCReview.

mSATA SSD Review: Crucial 480GB M500 vs Samsung 1TB 840 EVO

We took a closer look at the Crucial 480GB M500 and Samsung 1TB 840 EVO to find out which of these mSATA SSDs you should purchase for your laptop upgrade.

Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga S1 Review: Market Elasticity

The new ThinkPad Yoga S1 offers a durable build, solid performance and an attractive IPS touch display. This laptop looks to offer something for everyone, but will the device stretch[...]

Pretty in Black: NVIDIA Titan Black GPU Unveiled, Plus ‘Maxwell’ GPUs

Tired of sub-par graphics cards on gaming laptops? If so, you might want to check out the new, more powerful desktop graphics cards from NVIDIA, starting with the GeForce Titan[...]

Best Cheap Laptops: Diamonds in the Rough

Even if you don't have the budget for the latest and greatest notebook you might be surprised by some of the value-priced laptops on the market. We took a look[...]

VIDEO: HP Spectre 13T X2 Hybrid Unboxing

When first introduced to the Spectre 13T X2 notebook/ tablet, we found it to be the quietest new hybrid notebook we’d seen. When you pack an SSD (solid state drive)[...]

Mobile World Congress 2014: Smartphones, Tablets, Mobility & More

The latest and greatest mobile products are rolling out at Mobile World Congress this week, and we're in Barcelona to cover them all.

Acer C720 Chromebook Review

The Acer C720 Chromebook is designed for easy web browsing and document editing in Google’s suite of web apps, all in a portable, easy-to-use device that’s in a low-price category[...]

HP’s Sexy New Pavilion x360 Convertible Challenges Lenovo’s Yoga

The new HP Pavilion x360 makes an attractive convertible laptop/tablet, but is it any better than the Lenovo Yoga? Read on to find out.

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 Review: Now Whip It

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 wraps up the saga of Gabriel Belmont (aka Dracula) in mediocre fashion. Find out why in our review.

Thief Review: It’s About the Thievery, Not the Drama

The long-awaited Thief reboot is finally here, but is it a silent master or a clumsy clunker? We take a look.

Microsoft Talks Up Windows 8.1 Update, Lower PC Pricing

A Microsoft official has confirmed that updates to Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8 will happen this spring, while corroborating that the Windows 8.1 update will include tweaks for non-touch[...]

Corel Unveils VideoStudio X7

Corel is now carrying out a soft launch of VideoStudio X7, a new version of its Windows-based video editing suite that will add native 64-bit performance, a new template-based FastFlick[...]