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Notebook/Laptop Articles for May of 2017Below are the 15 Notebook/Laptop articles for May of 2017
Having an external keyboard with a touchpad is very convenient while using a tablet. We spent some time using the IC-BK08 to see if it's as good as it looks.
This 11.6-inch hybrid delivers a 360-degree hinge design, stylus with Windows Ink and the streamlined Windows 10s for less than $300, making it a viable alternative to the affordable Chromebooks[...]
Every company from retail stores to your ISP wants to track and use information about what you do online. Here are some easy steps to keep your web browsing private.
Follow these guidelines to make web browsing more secure and keep your online activities private on your Android device.
This $99 waterproof Bluetooth speaker delivers great sound and value.
Apple offers two tablets with 9.7-inch screens. The iPad Pro is almost certainly the more capable of the two, but also costs almost twice what 2017's iPad does. Do the[...]
The second generation ThinkPad 13 doesn’t boast razor thin bezels, a slim profile, or a QHD display. However, the $700 ThinkPad 13 features a durable design with strong specs, amazing[...]
The newly-announced fifth-generation Surface Pro 2-in-1 will have the latest Intel processor, LTE, and over 13 hours of battery life. But it'll no longer come bundled with an active pen.
This universal keyboard case might not look as refined as some custom tablet cases, but what the Universal Folio lacks in style it makes up in value.
This premium 14-inch business notebook offers a good mix of business-friendly features and battery life, but is it outdone by Lenovo’s own ThinkPad X1 Carbon (5th generation/2017)?
The ThinkPad T470 is very much a ThinkPad: that means a durable design with proven reliability. There’s a lighting fast PCIe SSD under the hood, an industry-leading keyboard, and one[...]
It doesn't offer the best performance on the market, but it might be the best bang for your bucks.
The new HTC U 11 features cutting-edge smartphone technology and just about every feature you might want. But do you really want touch controls on the edge of your phone?
The HTC U Ultra might be loaded with gimmicks but this is an exceptionally reliable and attractive phone which offers a near-flagship experience.
Who needs a 17-inch gaming notebook? The new 15.6-inch Aorus X5 MD is 0.90-inch thin and houses a top-of-the-line Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 GPU.