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Lenovo IdeaCentre A720 Review

Lenovo IdeaCentre A720 Review

It's time to get serious about touch-screen computers here in the summer before Window 8 is formally released - and Lenovo's got your back with a massive all-in-one called the IdeaCentre A720. This 27-inch display-toting AIO works with 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, an all-glass "frame-less" front, and an Intel Quad-core Core i7 CPU (Ivy Bridge) under the hood. And it folds flat so you can play touchscreen table hockey - what more could you want?

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AVADirect Quiet Gaming PC Custom System (Z77, Core i7 Ivy Bridge) Review

AVADirect Quiet Gaming PC Custom System (Z77, Core i7 Ivy Bridge) Review

Today SlashGear has a real treat for those of you looking for no less than a top of the line gaming tower. This is the AVADirect Quiet Gaming PC build we've got here is a lovely combination of white plastic, metal, massive amounts of power, and processing so quiet it's scary. This is without a doubt the most impressive PC I personally have reviewed for SlashGear, and with the custom build we've got waiting for you in this hands-on look, I fully expect you're going to be scrambling to break your piggy bank to count up to $2019.16 USD to buy your own. Check it out!

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HP ENVY Spectre XT hands-on

HP ENVY Spectre XT hands-on

This week HP has revealed the next generation in their Spectre line with the HP ENVY Spectre XP, a notebook with style and power to spare. This notebook works with Beats Audio, has a backlit keyboard, and has a lovely slim-bezel 13.3-inch display. The whole unit measures in at 14.5mm thin and weighs just 3.07 pounds, yet contains no less than the 3rd Generation Intel Core line of processors as well as a 128GB SSD.

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Samsung Series 7 Gamer busts out Ivy Bridge

Samsung Series 7 Gamer busts out Ivy Bridge

Today Samsung Electronics have come forth with a gaming laptop that may well be the envy of the masses soon - the Samsung Series 7 Gamer is popping up this summer with Ivy Bridge. This 3rd Generation Intel Core i7 processor-toting beast also works with NVIDIA Geforce graphics and Dolby Home Theater sound. Sound like the masterpiece you're looking for? How about with a 17.3-inch full HD LCD display? Welcome to Samsung's next generation gaming machine.

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ASUS brings Ivy Bridge all-in-one with ET27

ASUS brings Ivy Bridge all-in-one with ET27

It's like there's a never-ending stream of Ivy Bridge this morning with no less than several hands full of computers with the next-generation Intel - ASUS being one with several solutions in the mix. Another offering from the four-lettered manufacturer is the ASUS All-in-One-PC ET27. This is a computer that's been fully released internationally already, but will soon be coming with the option of several different flavors of Intel next-gen chips.

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Acer Aspire S3 (Core i7) Review

Acer Aspire S3 (Core i7) Review

The Ultrabook world is continuing its rise to glory as the Acer Aspire S3 (here with the Core i7 processer inside) runs the thin show at .68 inches at its thickest point. This is by no means the thinnest notebook on earth, nor is it the Ultrabook with the most impressive set of specifications, but this relatively basic (if any Ultrabook is basic) model has a stack of features and a full package that will satisfy any general use owner. This notebook has a 13.3-inch Active Matrix TFT display at 1366 x 768 pixel resolution, CineCrystal (glossy) and clear as day coupled with Intel HD Graphics 3000 and Dolby Home Theater v4 audio enhancement on built-in stereo speakers - that means good entertainment.

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Asus B23E 12.5-inch high-end ultraportable revealed

Asus B23E 12.5-inch high-end ultraportable revealed

When it comes to notebooks being released inside 2012, Asus isn't holding back with its Ultrabook line, but it's also got a high-end ultraportable ready to go for business users as well. This device is known as the B23E and will be available with Intel Core i3, Core i5, or Core i7 processors under the hood, complete with a 12.5-inch 1366 x 768 pixel LED backlit anti-glare display. It's ultra-simple profile and black hood look the part for your everyday computing action in the office or in the home.

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Shuttle XPC H7 5820S launched with ability to work with 16 displays at once

Shuttle XPC H7 5820S launched with ability to work with 16 displays at once

If you've been following along with Shuttle's ever-increasing library of mini PCs, you know that they all look rather similarly simple and sleek on the outside - today there's one with a feature on the inside that'll have your sense of smallness blown out of the water. What the Shuttle XPC H7 5820S has is a new feature by the name of Matrox M-series multi-display graphics, this allowing you to work with up to 16 displays at once. You'll also find a set of other fantastic specifications inside, but it's the displays that will have you mesmerized.

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Intel Sandy Bridge-Equipped HP Pavilion dv6 Shows Up Overseas

Intel Sandy Bridge-Equipped HP Pavilion dv6 Shows Up Overseas

While the official unveiling of Intel's Sandy Bridge at CES is coming up, Intel is already sending out the chips to manufacturers for a quick turn around after the announcement. However, it looks like HP is ready to start selling some laptops with the new hardware under the hood. As seen in an electronics store in Singapore, VR-Zone managed to steal some time away and get their hands on the new laptop, which features the same aesthetics as the previous iterations in the Pavilion dv6 line-up. But there's one main difference: Intel's Sandy Bridge inside.

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Scooterputer Features a Thermaltake Element V Case on a Scooter [Video]

Scooterputer Features a Thermaltake Element V Case on a Scooter [Video]

Having a customized PC case, whether for just showing off to people or for your favorite gaming rig, usually means that it's stuck in the room you put it in, without much of an option to actually carry it places. But, thanks to a scooterputer, that's not really an issue, considering the PC is actually part of the scooter. That gives you the ability to tuck away plenty of power for your gaming needs, but also have that portability you might have desired so much.

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