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HP ZBook Studio x360 packs Xeon for potent tableteering

HP ZBook Studio x360 packs Xeon for potent tableteering

HP is taking on Apple's MacBook Pro and Dell's XPS 15 with its new ZBook Studio laptops, promising desktop workstation performance in oddly portable packages. The two new machines pack Intel's 8th Generation chips - up to Xeon CPUs, in fact - and lashings of speedy SSD storage, with the biggest choice coming down to how you like your hinge.

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Chromebook 4K spotted on its way to reality

Chromebook 4K spotted on its way to reality

There's a codename now for the next most impressive Chromebook in the history of Chromebooks. Google's code-named this device Atlas, and it's about to hold the whole world wide web up on its shoulders - that is, a 4K display. A device of this stature would fit right in with Google's gap in hardware coverage for the highest end of great for ChromeOS devices.

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MSI gaming laptops shatter preconceptions of gaming on the go

MSI gaming laptops shatter preconceptions of gaming on the go

Laptops made for gaming are nothing new but, more often than not, they’re seen as bulky, ugly, and full of compromises made for the sake of mobility. Trying to prove naysayers wrong, MSI has announced a collection of gaming notebooks specifically designed to buck those trends. From the power monster that is the GT75 Titan to the psychedelic GE63 and GE73 Raider RGB to the nearly bezel-less GS65 Stealth Thin, there is a new MSI gaming laptop to meet gamers’ taste in power, design, or both.

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ASUS ROG Zephyrus M uses expanding case for full-power GPU

ASUS ROG Zephyrus M uses expanding case for full-power GPU

ASUS Republic of Gamers is back with a new gaming laptop, the ultraportable Zephyrus M GM501. This model has a slim design with a unique element you won't find in competing models: a hinge that separates a bottom chamber, opening a large gap through which air can pass. This design enables the laptop to retain a slim size while keeping temperatures down, a vitally important aspect of any gaming system.

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Dell and Alienware go all-in on 8th Gen Core laptops and AIOs

Dell and Alienware go all-in on 8th Gen Core laptops and AIOs

Dell and Alienware have gone all-in on Intel's freshly-announced 8th Gen Core i9, i7, and i5 chips, with a revamped range of laptops, 2-in-1s, all-in-one PCs, and desktops. In laptops, the flagship Dell XPS 15 gets 6-core 8th Generation Intel Core processors and up to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050Ti graphics. A 15.6-inch 4K Ultra HD touchscreen is offered, and there's Windows Hello, optional fingerprint recognition, and Thunderbolt 3. It'll be up for preorder on April 15, starting at $999.99.

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Samsung Notebook Odyssey Z is the gaming laptop we never expected

Samsung Notebook Odyssey Z is the gaming laptop we never expected

As you'd expect, Intel's reveal of its new 8th-generation Core processors was accompanied by the announcement of plenty of new notebooks that will leverage these CPUs. One such note is the Samsung Notebook Odyssey Z, a computer with a serious name and an even more serious design. While the Odyssey Z won't use Intel's top-of-the-line Core i9, you'll still be getting a six-core CPU with this machine.

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Acer Nitro 5 gaming laptops put 8th gen Intel Core at your service

Acer Nitro 5 gaming laptops put 8th gen Intel Core at your service

Just because you’re a gamer doesn’t mean you always like to be tethered to one spot. That’s why the Nintendo Switch was so appealing in its ability to offer “console-grade” graphics and gameplay while allowing them to be mobile. That is also why PC makers are trying to cram every bit of silicon they can to turn laptops into game-worthy beasts. The Acer Nitro 5 is just the latest to join this growing army of portable gaming machines and it boasts of being one of the first to put the 8th gen Intel Core i7+ inside.

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Samsung Notebook 3, Notebook 5 launched for the masses

Samsung Notebook 3, Notebook 5 launched for the masses

Launching anything on April 1st is probably foolish in some parts of the world, but that doesn’t seem to have discouraged Samsung form putting out two new laptops on that very date. Or perhaps it figured they would be so low-key it might not matter if they were seen as a joke or not. Compared to the recent Notebook 9 and Notebook 7 Spin, the Notebook 3 and Notebook 5 sound and look almost too plain. But that’s precisely because they were designed that way.

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Mi Gaming Laptop is Xiaomi’s alternative to the Razer Blade

Mi Gaming Laptop is Xiaomi’s alternative to the Razer Blade

Chinese company Xiaomi has launched a laptop designed for gamers, the Mi Gaming Laptop. The laptop has a design that seems to draw inspiration from the Razer Blade, including the multi-color keyboard backlight. The model, among other things, features an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card and a seventh-generation Intel processor. Xiaomi introduced the model alongside a couple other products.

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Razer Blade Review: a colorful, ultraportable gaming beast

Razer Blade Review: a colorful, ultraportable gaming beast

Razer has launched a trio of gaming laptops, first among them being the Razer Blade. The laptop is dark, adorned with colorful lights, sporting a design that makes it identifiable as not just any ole laptop, but a gaming laptop. Relative to other models, I wouldn't hesitate to call the Razer Blade an ultraportable offering, but what compromises were made to get this level of portability?

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Microsoft Pi Day sale cuts PC and VR prices

Microsoft Pi Day sale cuts PC and VR prices

It's Pi Day, and Microsoft is marking the occasion with a selection of one-day deals including up to 31.4-percent off Windows 10 PCs and accessories. The cut - a reference, of course, to the mathematical constant and irrational number that starts with 3.14159 and then just keeps on going - covers Windows notebooks from ASUS, Lenovo, Dell, and HP.

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13-inch MacBook tipped to offer entry-level Retina this year

13-inch MacBook tipped to offer entry-level Retina this year

Apple will crowd out the aging MacBook Air with a new MacBook, its most affordable yet, according to supply chain reports today. The MacBook Air is currently Apple's most affordable laptop, priced from $999. However, it's also one of Apple's oldest designs, most notably when it comes to the display.

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