June 2014 Notebook/Laptop Articles

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

Below are the 31 Notebook/Laptop articles for June of 2014

Asus Mixes Phone, Tablet and Laptop in the Transformer Book V

Asus is flips the whole idea of product categories on its head again with the world’s first five-mode three-in-one laptop, the all new Transformer Book V.

Asus Goes Thinner and Lighter with Transformer Book T300 Chi and Zenbook NX500

Asus Chairman Jonney Shih showcased a number of new products on stage at Computex 2014 today, but two of the updates to existing laptop lines really highlight the company’s focus[...]

Aorus X3, X3 Plus and X7 Change The Face Of Laptop Gaming

Gigabyte announced three all-new gaming notebooks at Computex 2014 in Taipei and we were there to take a closer look at what makes these gaming laptops more interesting than a[...]

Plextor Showcases M6 Pro SATA SSD with PlexTurbo

COMPUTEX 2014 has begun, and Plextor is pulling out the stops, demoing a new, smarter SSD product. The M6 Pro with PlexTurbo software is a high-performance consumer-level solid-state drive solution.[...]

Coming This Fall From Apple: OS X Yosemite

The latest and greatest version of Apple OS X is official, and Apple is calling it OS X Yosemite. It brings a host of upgrades that include improvements to the[...]

Asus Showcases New Ultra-thin ROG GX500 Gaming Notebook with 4K Screen

The Asus Republic of Gamers (ROG) GX500 is a new ultra-thin notebook designed to deliver exceptional gaming performance in a thin and light notebook.

Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Review

With the lines continuing to blur between laptops and tablets, Microsoft introduces its newest take on the growing hybrid sub-genre with the Microsoft Surface Pro 3. While most hybrids continue[...]

AMD Kaveri Hands-On: Performance Testing the FX-7600P

Check out our in-depth look at the latest generation of AMD’s A-series processor. Code named “Kaveri” this complex system on a chip delivers the newest multi-core processing technologies at a[...]

HP’s New Pro X2 612 and EliteBook 700 Mean Business

HP today announced several new notebook PC solutions, including a detachable two-in-one notebook PC for business users and a new series of HP EliteBooks.

Kingston ships new HyperX “Impact” Memory, Fury SSD and M.2 2280 SATA SSD for Laptops

Kingston revealed several new products in its HyperX line of high-performance upgrade components as well as an all new M.2 SSD designed for new thin and light laptops.

Intel’s 4GHz Devil’s Canyon Processor, Chrome’s 64-bit Release, and more news

Computex 2014 featured several interesting updates from the processor giant, including their fastest commercial processor yet. The company’s first 4 GHz CPU, the i7-4790K Devil’s Canyon is built on the[...]

New SanDisk Extreme PRO SSD Comes with 10-year Warranty

SanDisk delivered a pleasant surprise at Computex by announcing a quality SSD with a 10-year warranty and a fair price.

Microsoft Surface Pro 3 vs. Apple MacBook Air (2014)

The Apple MacBook Air and the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 are two of the best, both touted as the ideal machine for portabality, power, and productivity. But which is the[...]

TechnologyGuide Is Giving Away Tablets

We have tablets to give away! This time it's the HP Omni10 and Asus Vivotab Note 8, two Windows 8.1 tablets, powered by Intel.

Microsoft Doubles Down on Games at E3

Microsoft delivered their opening address at E3 today, and it was all about the games. Take a look at some of the titles they announced here!

Summer Tech & Executive Summer Tech 2014

Maybe it's the heat, or the allure of some well-deserved time off, but things slow down in the summertime. There aren't many major product launches, and new releases are few[...]

CorelDraw Graphics Suite X7 Review

It was introduced 25 years ago—a year before Adobe Photoshop. Yet many causal graphics users have never heard of it. CorelDraw creates vector graphics that scale up and down more[...]

Games Shine at Sony’s E3 Presentation

Games took center stage at Sony's Electronics Entertainment Expo (E3) talk this year. Read on to see what stuck out most to us!

Three New ADATA Premier Pro SSDs: Fast, Fast, Faster!

Taiwanese storage expert ADATA has launched three new 6 Gb/s SSD solutions for PC users: the Premier Pro SP900 M.2 2422, the Premier Pro SP 900 M.2 2280, and the[...]

Alienware Alpha: The Living Room Gaming PC of the Future (Sans-SteamOS)

With Valve pushing back Steamboxes until 2015, Alienware has taken its box and gone Windows… for now. Read on to learn more about the upcoming "Alpha" console.

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2014) Review

This high-end business Ultrabook features a gorgeous 14-inch WHQD display, carbon fiber construction and an adaptive keyboard. Read on to see how this featherweight stacks up.

Huawei Ascend P7 Review: Another Step Forward

The Ascend P7 is a surprisingly capable alternative to the usual flagships, and it arrives at a relative discount. Find out if it's worth taking a chance on Huawei in[...]

Dell Inspiron 14 7000 Series Review

The Dell Inspiron 14 7000 Series is a well-rounded, middle-of-the-road Ultrabook that does fairly well in multiple categories. Read our full review to find out more.

Asus C200M Chromebook

The Asus C200MA-DS01 Chromebook features an 11.6-inch 1366x768 display, an Intel Bay Trail Celeron processor N2830, 2 GB DDR3L RAM, and a 16 GB SSD.

HTC One (M8) Harman Kardon Edition Review: The Sound of Sprint

Designed as a high-end phone for audiophiles, the HTC One (M8) Harman Kardon edition is a great concept, but proves to be its own worst enemy.

How to Use Google Apps for Business

Google offers a versatile toolbox for business IT solutions. Here are a few essential tools in Google Apps.

Asus C200M Chromebook Review

With its sleek build and low-power processor, can the Asus C200M still stand out from the crowd of similarly-specced Chromebooks? We believe so. Read on to learn more.

Western Digital’s “My Book Duo” is a Huge Desktop Storage Solution

Coming in 4 TB, 6 TB and 8 TB sizes, the My Book Duo secures even the biggest libraries while providing Dropbox access benefits.

How To Get The Best Battery Life From Your Laptop

Take a look at our top tips for getting the most life out of your notebook; we review everything from screen brightness to wireless card usage.

Nokia Lumia Icon Review: The Last Great Nokia Phone

For Verizon users who can buy what Windows Phone is selling, the Lumia Icon is a no-brainer purchase. Find out why in our review.

MSI GT70 Dominator 2PC Review: Bigger is Better

The MSI GT70 Dominator makes the case that bigger is better. This gaming desktop replacement delivers powerful graphics with equally impressive Core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM and two storage[...]