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Lenovo Y50 Touch Review

Lenovo Y50 Touch Review

Lenovo is leaving no stone unturned. Want a slim and sleek convertible laptop? They've got you covered. Want a tablet with a built-in projector? They've got that, too. Want a gaming machine boasting a combination of raw power and edgy design? Enter the Lenovo Y50 Touch, a beast of a laptop with a design that lets you know what it's all about before you even fire it up. The Y50 Touch boasts superior hardware from all angles: there's JBL speakers, fourth-gen Intel processors, NVIDIA graphics, a Full HD display, and more. Does the laptop hold up under scrutiny, however, or is it ultimately all flashy designs and big claims? Read our full SlashGear review to find out!

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HP Pro Tablet 408 rocks 8-inch screen and Windows OS

HP Pro Tablet 408 rocks 8-inch screen and Windows OS

HP already has a couple tablets that it offers to tablet users that run the Windows operating system. It has the HP Stream 7 and Stream 8 for instance. Those are both rather inexpensive tablets with the Stream 7 selling for around $100 and the Stream 8 for around $150. Those tablets are both mostly aimed at normal consumers rather than professional users.

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Samsung ATIV One 7 Curved bends the AIO for CES

Samsung ATIV One 7 Curved bends the AIO for CES

Samsung has been bringing curved-screen TVs, monitors, and smartphones to the market for a couple of years. Now it's time to hit the PC market with the ATIV One 7 Curved. This is what Samsung suggests is "the industry's first curved All-in-One PC", coming with a 27-inch curved, Full HD display first and foremost. A 4000R curvature and 178-degrees of viewing angle makes for a visual experience that's larger than a flat screen of the same size. Samsung will be bringing this device to CES 2015 in Las Vegas where SlashGear will be getting up close and personal for you.

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Geek Wave PMP supports 32-bit/384kHz plus DSD 128

Geek Wave PMP supports 32-bit/384kHz plus DSD 128

There are plenty of music players out there from the mundane iPods that just about everyone has to PMPs that are made specifically for audiophiles that want formats with the best possible clarity. A new portable media player has debuted called the Geek Wave and it promises more clarity than other audiophile grade PMPs available today.

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Nintendo 3DS Easter egg lets gamers play Breakout

Nintendo 3DS Easter egg lets gamers play Breakout

A somewhat obscure Easter egg has been discovered in the new Nintendo 3DS. Apparently first spotted by Vine user "ギロ@スマブる", the Easter egg allows owners to turn their recent browser history into pixelated blocks in a rehashed Breakout game where they destroy it bounce by bounce. This only works for the latest version of the Nintendo 3DS, however, so those with the previous version won't be able to replicate it.

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JVC Micro Four Thirds camera brings its own support crew

JVC Micro Four Thirds camera brings its own support crew

When one hears of cameras, especially digital ones, we usually think of a single slab or contraption that we can take along with us for a ride. The new JVC GW-SP100E 4KCAM, however, is anything but portable. Or rather it is, at least in some ways. Instead of a single camera body, this is actually a full system, composed of a remote camera head, its own separate recording and playback unit, and a remote control to, well, control it all from a safe distance.

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Kingston outs new high speed, high capacity memory cards

Kingston outs new high speed, high capacity memory cards

Mobile devices and digital cameras are getting more capable and more sophisticated these days, but one thing that prevents them from really taking off is data storage, in particular the issues of sizes and speeds. That is why manufacturers like Kingston are always trying to push the limits of their products. This latest batch of cards, both in microSDHC/SDXC and regular SDHC/SDXC forms, not only boasts of ultra high read and write speeds, they also now come in double the usual storage space, reaching 128 and 256 GB.

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HP Sprout blends 3D scanning with projection-UI all-in-one

HP Sprout blends 3D scanning with projection-UI all-in-one

HP has revealed the HP Sprout, it's new "creativity station" that pairs a Windows 8.1 PC with a new HP Illuminator system blending a projector, high-resolution camera, and Intel's RealSense 3D tracking for capturing digital versions of physical objects. Similar in appearance to a regular all-in-one PC, though with a large, touch-enabled platform where you'd usually expect the keyboard to be, the Sprout is intended to allow "blending reality" for designers and gamers, with its image and motion capture system taking hand movements and 3D scans and digitizing them on the 23-inch Full HD touchscreen.

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VAIO Prototype Tablet PC could rival Surface Pro 3

VAIO Prototype Tablet PC could rival Surface Pro 3

Sony may not be at the helm of VAIO any more, but that doesn't mean the brand has lost its mojo, showing off a new tablet PC concept that seemingly aims for the same well-heeled artist audience as Microsoft's Surface Pro. Revealed at Adobe Max 2014 today, the VAIO Prototype Tablet PC - its unofficial "monster tablet" name is a little more fitting, though neither are probably quite right should it get the green light for a commercial launch - is a 12.3-inch processing monster running an Intel quadcore chip.

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Canon EOS 7D Mark II is most powerful EOS around

Canon EOS 7D Mark II is most powerful EOS around

Canon has outed its latest DSLR, the EOS 7D Mark II, replacing the aging EOS 7D with a new 20.2-megapixel APS-C sensor and Dual DIGIC 6 Image Processors. Headed to shelves in November, the 7D Mark II supports up to 10fps burst shooting and packs a 65-point All Cross Type autofocus system and Dual Pixel CMOS AF. In fact, according to Canon, the new DSLR is its most powerful EOS to-date.

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