Origin PC announces the launch of select Razer gaming peripherals.
Offering more than twice the performance of previous-generation mid-range and entry-level AMD mobile processors, "Mullins" and "Beema" are poised to dominate the market for affordable hybrid tablets/notebooks and budget laptops.
AMD showcased more than just market strategy to developers at this year's AMD Developer Summit. Kaveri, AMD's next processor, was shown on stage.
You might not need instructions to open a new notebook, but you should follow our step-by-step guide to make sure your laptop isn't a lemon.
Maingear announces the launch of the Pulse 17, the world's thinnest 17" gaming notebook.
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Enabled for Windows 8.1, the new version of Corel's compression and encryption software for consumers and businesses brings cool features like Cloud Links and Express Add-Ons.
Apple recently updated its 13-inch MacBook Pro, but kept the older, slower, thicker cousin around because people keep buying it. Please don't.
Looking to get your game on the cheap? Dell is currently having a sale on its refurbished laptops, desktops, and tablets.
If you haven't installed Windows 8.1 yet, should you go ahead? Well, are you using XP, Vista, Win7, or 8? Here are some points to ponder specific to these OSes.
MacBook Pro, ShmacBook Pro - Dell is launching its own new high-end notebook today with the Precision M3800. Coming with an NVIDIA Quadro K1100M and Intel's Core i7-4702HQ, the new Precision might be a good option for users sticking to the world of Windows.
In addition to the 13-inch MacBook Pro, Apple made some substantive updates to the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display - Haswell, Iris and NVIDIA GPUs, 802.11ac, and more.
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