Laptops

Did Apple just confirm the new 16-inch MacBook Pro?

Did Apple just confirm the new 16-inch MacBook Pro?

Could Apple have just leaked its own 16-inch MacBook Pro, within the latest macOS Catalina Beta? That's the question occupying Mac fans contemplating a new laptop purchase today, and who have been wondering whether holding out for the long-rumored flagship MacBook Pro could be a good idea amid ongoing frustrations with Apple's current Butterfly keyboard.

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Google Pixelbook Go makes big battery claims

Google Pixelbook Go makes big battery claims

The Pixel 4 may be the main attraction at today's Google event, but before we get to that, Google pulled the veil back on a new Pixelbook. Dubbed the Pixelbook Go, this new Chromebook has seemingly been designed with portability in mind - Google says that the entire package is 13mm thick, with a total weight that clocks in at "barely two pounds."

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Razer Blade 15 Advanced debuts world’s first optical laptop keyboard

Razer Blade 15 Advanced debuts world’s first optical laptop keyboard

You may have already heard of optical mice, which have been around for decades. You may have even heard of optical keyboards, which have also been around for quite a while, at least on desktops. Razer, however, claims to have one-upped its rivals and, by extension, allows its users to gain an "unfair" advantage over their competition. It has just announced what it bills is the world's first optical laptop keyboard which can be yours provided you're willing to buy the only laptop it is available on.

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Pixelbook Go unofficially breaks cover with an odd take at portability

Pixelbook Go unofficially breaks cover with an odd take at portability

As the last major Android phone to launch this year, the Pixel 4 will arguably end 2019 with a blast. It won't be alone on stage next week, however, and it will be joined by what could be the most divisive Chromebook in the history of Chromebooks. Because while Google is going back to the basics to focus on the essentials and offer a more portable Chromebook. But as this most complete leak of the Pixelbook Go proves, Google's design decisions may not sit well with all Chromebook fans.

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Samsung Chromebook 4 and 4+ warrant a second look

Samsung Chromebook 4 and 4+ warrant a second look

Samsung has a pair of new Chromebooks, and if you've been waiting for mainstream laptop specs but with particularly aggressive pricing, today's your lucky day. The Samsung Chromebook 4 and Chromebook 4+ each borrow the company's sleek Windows notebook styling, but kick off at just $229.99.

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Review: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga (2019)

Review: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga (2019)

Joining the 7th-generation ThinkPad X1 Carbon is Lenovo's 4th-generation ThinkPad X1 Yoga, the flexible model in its X1 product family. As its name suggests, the X1 Yoga features a 360-degree hinge, enabling users to fold the display back, including into 'tablet' mode, for use in ways that aren't possible with the X1 Carbon. What does this model have to offer and why should you choose it over its more traditional sibling?

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HP Spectre x360 13 (2019) invigorates HP’s most radical design

HP Spectre x360 13 (2019) invigorates HP’s most radical design

This year HP pulled out the stops when it came to their "best and brightest" with the HP Spectre x360 13 (for 2019). This is just the latest version of a laptop series HP's been improving upon each year since its introduction in March of 2015. Here in 2019, the design is very similar to the October 2018 version of the transforming laptop - but the bezels have been cut down considerably, giving the entire unit a 13% reduction in size.

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HP Chromebook x360 12b and 14b support pen, touch, and voice

HP Chromebook x360 12b and 14b support pen, touch, and voice

HP has taken the wraps off its new Chromebook x360 12b and 14b notebooks, both offering 360-degree hinges alongside sleek designs and high-end features, including USI pen support, USB-C, metal construction, and up to a Full HD display. As their names suggest, these two new Chromebooks are offered in 12-inch and 14-inch size options.

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15-inch Surface Laptop 3 with AMD CPUs could be powerful beasts

15-inch Surface Laptop 3 with AMD CPUs could be powerful beasts

Microsoft's Surface event may have just become more exciting even if it doesn't announce a dual screen Surface device. At least as far as pushing the boundaries of its products go, Microsoft may already have something that will make Surface fans happy. The company is expected to launch its first 15-inch laptop but, according to a new source, it will have more to offer than just a new and larger size.

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Razer Blade Pro 17 upgrade combines 4K and 120 Hz in one display

Razer Blade Pro 17 upgrade combines 4K and 120 Hz in one display

When it comes to high-end laptops, there's no shortage of notebooks with 4K UHD resolutions. When it comes to gaming laptops, 120 Hz is almost the bare minimum gamers expect. Often, however, these come as separate features and ne'er the twain shall meet. Defying the status quo and beating its competitors to the punch, Razer is giving its 2019 Blade Pro 17 laptop exactly that, putting its CPU and GPU to the test by pushing pixels on a 4K 120 Hz screen.

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Google ‘Pixelbook Go’ leaks with 4K display and clamshell design

Google ‘Pixelbook Go’ leaks with 4K display and clamshell design

The sequel to Google's Pixelbook has leaked as the 'Pixelbook Go,' an alleged clamshell laptop featuring a magnesium alloy body and 13.3-inch touchscreen with up to a 4K Ultra HD resolution. The model is expected to launch officially at the Google event in October, offering consumers an update on the Pixelbook that packs major changes, including a less flexible hinge and lack of pen support.

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Surface Pen could charge wirelessly soon

Surface Pen could charge wirelessly soon

Microsoft will have a big Surface event in a few weeks and, naturally, much of the discussion has been around its Surface computers. Some even hope that it will finally show a much-awaited dual-screen device. There is also a small chance of new Surface accessories and it seems that one of the more exciting ones is the Surface Pen. At least based on a steady flow of leaks, it might finally be catching up to the world of S Pens and Apple Pencils.

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