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Toshiba Portégé Z20t offers a 2-in-1 detachable experience

Toshiba Portégé Z20t offers a 2-in-1 detachable experience

Joining Toshiba's new products at CES 2015 is the 2-in-1 Portege Z20t, a pen-toting tablet that transforms into an ultrabook with the use of a detachable keyboard component. The entire system is promised to be a mixture of sleek and lightweight while offering precise input via Wacom technologies and some features not entirely common on systems like this, such as a keyboard that is resistant to accidental spills. Despite its small size, this is no toy -- the system covers all the bases, and comes with a price tag to match.

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Lenovo Flex 3 brings budget-friendly Yoga-cool to CES 2015

Lenovo Flex 3 brings budget-friendly Yoga-cool to CES 2015

When Lenovo’s new Yoga Pro 3 laptop came out, much of the attention went to the new hinge. Mimicking a watch band, the hinge took Lenovo’s bendy laptops to a new dimension. The hinge on the Yoga Pro 2 did much of the same work, and has been re-purposed for the new Flex 3 entry-level laptops from Lenovo. For those not looking to drop a lot of cash on a new laptop, but still want the flip-around cool that is the Yoga, the Flex 3 lineup might be just what you’ve been waiting for.

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Lenovo B50 brings 3D imaging to the desktop

Lenovo B50 brings 3D imaging to the desktop

An all-in-one computer is typically meant for your desktop, whether at the home or office. Those desktop computers can also be used for conference calls and video chats, where the quality of the camera packed in matters. For those looking to provide a higher level of interactivity and productivity, Lenovo’s new B50 all-in-one packs a 3D camera, letting your PC “see like the user does”. According to Lenovo, the new camera mimics the human eye’s depth sensing and overall vision capabilities.

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Lenovo introduces new tablets, AIO desktops & laptops at CES

Lenovo introduces new tablets, AIO desktops & laptops at CES

At CES, Lenovo has brought with them another full product line meant to entice first time buyers and impress long-standing users. Their A-series tablets are aimed squarely at the first-time tablet owner who wants something affordable than can keep up. Their C-series all-in-one desktops fit any home or office, and are priced to suit any budget as well. The S41 laptop strikes a nice balance between desktop power and portability, and like we trust Lenovo to do, keeps the price-point low.

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HP Pavilion Mini and Stream Mini: Windows in the palm of your hand

HP Pavilion Mini and Stream Mini: Windows in the palm of your hand

HP has set its sights on both tiny Chromeboxes and cheap Windows devices with its new pair of budget-friendly and small-form-factor Windows PCs. Both the HP Pavilion Mini and the HP Stream Mini Desktops are small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, being similar in style and size to, for example, a set-top-box or a Chrome box. Despite the small size, both run Windows 8.1, giving users an option to get their Windows fix without planting a big desktop or shelling out for an expensive laptop.

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CompuLab Utilite2 mini desktop unveiled, packs Snapdragon 600

CompuLab Utilite2 mini desktop unveiled, packs Snapdragon 600

If there's a tiny space on your shelf in need of a tiny piece of hardware to fill it, CompuLab's newly introduced Utilite2 might fit the bill. The Utilite2 is a tiny desktop bringing with it a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 and other notable specs, giving users a small system upon which they can run Android or Ubuntu. The system can be used by developers or for dedicated business needs, but has all the features needed to work as an entertainment box or simple home PC.

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Samsung Flow takes on Continuity for use across devices

Samsung Flow takes on Continuity for use across devices

Your phone, a tablet, even a TV — all screens, and all doing their own thing. What if they didn’t operate in silos, though? What if your TV could relay info from your smartphone, and your tablet could pick up a task right from your computer? That’s Samsung’s vision of how we’ll interact with our devices moving forward, and they’ve introduced a new platform called Flow to manage it for us. We can be productive, or lazy, but we can now do it on any device.

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Apple 1, sold by Steve Jobs in 1976, to be auctioned

Apple 1, sold by Steve Jobs in 1976, to be auctioned

Originally selling for $600, an Apple-1 is set to go up for auction soon. The computer is believed to sell for roughly $500,000, a decent return on investment if it were stock in a company. Dubbed the Rickets Apple-1 Personal Computer (so named after its original owner Charles Rickets, an early adopter if we’ve ever heard of one), you can bid on it yourself in December. It’s the only Apple-1 computer in existence confirmed to be sold directly by Steve Jobs, too.

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Lenovo ThinkPad W540 Review – Old-School Pride

Lenovo ThinkPad W540 Review – Old-School Pride

The ThinkPad's distant history is pocked with no-nonsense business machines sporting plain designs and thick bodies. Those are largely a thing of the past, with the newest ThinkPads coming with a side dish of sleekness that make them stand out from systems of days gone by. Such isn't the case with Lenovo's new ThinkPad W540, a mobile workstation targeted at business users that in some ways harkens back to the old T-Series designs. That's not a criticism, mind you. There's something refreshing about a laptop that isn't partly based on being overtly stylish, instead zeroing in on functionality for those who care most about what the machine can do. Does the W540's functionality match its boardroom aesthetic, though? Read our full SlashGear review to find out!

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