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Rocketbook digitizes notes, then erases them in the microwave

Rocketbook digitizes notes, then erases them in the microwave

Try as we might, some of us cannot substitute writing on paper with writing on a display, no matter how sensitive the device and precise the stylus. Still, digital copies are the best way to store notes, and notebooks that digitize what one writes have been the long-running compromise, giving the best of both worlds. Rocketbook is one example of this, but with a twist: when writing with a specific pen, one can microwave the notebook for 30 seconds to erase the papers, making the same paper notebook reusable.

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12-inch MacBook Air Retina now tipped for Q2

12-inch MacBook Air Retina now tipped for Q2

The well-whispered 12-inch MacBook Air, thinner and Retina resolution in comparison to the existing ultraportable, will begin shipping in Q2 2015 a new report suggests. Rumors of the new notebook have circulated for some time, the 12-inch form-factor a compromise in size between the current 11- and 13-inch MacBook Air. Several release dates have been attached to the project by earlier tipsters, but it's possible that the new Air could be announced at Apple's event next Monday, alongside the Apple Watch.

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Gigabyte P37X 17.3-inch laptop gets its game on

Gigabyte P37X 17.3-inch laptop gets its game on

It's been barely two months since Gigabyte launched its 15.6-inch P35X gaming laptop, and yet here it is again announcing a successor. The Gigabyte P37X, however, might not be too big of a jump to deter you from grabbing the smaller notebook. It is, naturally, bigger than the P35X, but, aside from some few highlights, the two share a lot in common, especially in design. That said, if you're aiming to go big with your gaming on the go, this laptop might be worth considering too.

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Archos goes to school with Android, Windows, Chrome OS devices

Archos goes to school with Android, Windows, Chrome OS devices

Archos is probably well known for its almost endless list of budget smartphones and tablets, and even odd ones like a gaming handheld or a kid's ablet. Now the French manufacturer is trying its hands at a slightly different market. The company has just announced its first ever formal venture into the world of the academia, revealing tablets and notbeooks of varying sizes, as well as varying operating systems, that are specifically designed and priced to cater to the younger crowd, particularly students.

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Lenovo users: how to remove Superfish Adware

Lenovo users: how to remove Superfish Adware

The steps to remove Superfish from your Lenovo laptop are relatively straightforward. The first thing you'll want to do is to uninstall Superfish. This is an app, so you'll be removing it the same way you remove any app. Once you're done there, you'll need to remove the Superfish-installed self-signed root certificate authority (CA). This is the most important part of this removal sequence, and it's a step you should not skip. It's easy to do, and you SHOULD do it right now.

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ASUS’ ultra slim ZenBook UX305 now available for purchase

ASUS’ ultra slim ZenBook UX305 now available for purchase

ASUS sometimes really takes its time before putting an already announced product to market. Sometimes, it's almost a miracle if it does, like some of its more interesting devices. But for those who were taken by the ZenBook UX305 last IFA 2014, you're in luck because ASUS has finally launched the ultrabook in the US market. And this time, the 13-inch laptop with a QHD screen has a lot more details to share and a price tag to go along with it.

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VAIO makes a comeback with new VAIO Z, VAIO Z Canvas hybrids

VAIO makes a comeback with new VAIO Z, VAIO Z Canvas hybrids

Sony may have given up the fight, but VAIO, now a company in its own right, is still fighting the good fight. In fact, the now Japanese-owned PC maker has just unveiled two new members of its family, one of which could take on the Microsoft Surface Pro 3. One reuses the VAIO Z name, but with a completely different design, while the other calls itself the VAIO Z Canvas. What both have in common, aside from some specs, is that they are both convertibles.

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Panasonic Toughbook 54 officially “semi-rugged”

Panasonic Toughbook 54 officially “semi-rugged”

It's time to bring heat to the "semi-rugged" laptop environment with the Panasonic Toughbook 54. So suggests Panasonic this week as they unveil this laptop that they also suggest is the thinnest and lightest in its class. This machine works with a 5th-gen Intel Core i5 vPro professor, a battery that they say will last 11 hours, and the option for a replaceable battery that'll last 18 hours. This Toughbook 54 laptop is made for mobile workers - people in the field with construction, field service, utilities, and video production.

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Dell Chromebook 11 designed to be “schoolyard tough”

Dell Chromebook 11 designed to be “schoolyard tough”

The next Chrome OS device to come from Dell will be prepared for students - the Chromebook 11. This unit is working with an 11-inch display with anti-glare coating and 1366 x 768 pixel resolution and comes with a battery rated at 10-hours per charge. For the schoolyard, this machine works with military grade testing for durability, pressure, temperature, shock, and vibration. The keyboard is also liquid-resistant - as is the touchpad.

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Razer Blade 2015 introduced with QHD+ display and GTX 970M

Razer Blade 2015 introduced with QHD+ display and GTX 970M

Today the folks at Razer introduced another iteration of their Razer Blade gaming notebook, this one prepped for release immediately in several markets around the world. This version of the notebook is again what Razer suggests is the world's thinnest and lightest gaming notebook, this one coming with a 14-inch display and the newest in Intel and NVIDIA GeForce GTX processors and graphics processors. This version also works with QHD+ resolution across its face and a smooth exterior reminiscent of the Razer Blade already on the market.

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