By Jerry Jackson | Thursday, March 28, 2013
What are the most crucial qualities in the ideal business notebook? We've put together a handy list of the features that are of utmost importance.
The world's first server-class fully rugged notebook features an embedded RAID controller, dual Ethernet, quad core processor, discrete graphics and up to five Terabytes of storage.
Getac's complete line of rugged convertible notebook tablets are now available with faster processors, better graphics and more for military, utilities, fire, and police needs.
Faster processors, improved Graphics, a stunningly bright 1400 NITs QuadraClear display, and a fanless rugged design mean the Getac B300 makes it easier to work in any environment.
Getac reveals new upgrades for its semi-rugged laptop the S400. The enhancements revamp just about everything boasting increased speeds, performance, and connectivity along with a few additional perks.
Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12 brings initial Windows 8 support and other enhancements to speech software which was already very good, anyway. Read the full review.
At $39.99 per PC or even less, VIPRE Antivirus 2013 is a great deal in comparison to pricier security software from "big boy" competitors. Read the full review.
Last month Mobile Demand announced that it would offer the world's first Windows 8 rugged tablet PC. Receiving best-in-class military rugged tablet, the new device is set to offer an impressive combination of specs and durability, making it a solid choice for most hands-on fields.
Looking at running Windows 8 on your existing PC? Microsoft is now offering Windows 8 Pro upgrades (that includes Media Center Pro for DVD and Blu-ray disc playback) at special introductory pricing.
At the Windows 8 launch in New York City, a look at the latest additions to the Windows Store showed most of the new Win8/RT PC/tablet apps to be lightweight fare.
Windows 8's missing start button is only one change in a long list. Here are tips on how to cope with the tile-based user interface (UI) in Microsoft's latest OS.
With a new Win8-only product now on the way, WinZip's just shipped version 17 adds features for secure file and photo sharing across Windows 8, 7, Vista and XP.
Nearly twice the size of its predecessor, NAV 2013 offers a snappy UI, cloud-based security management tools, and more. Is it worth $49.99? Read the full review.
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