Laptops

Galaxy Book Go with Windows 10 on Arm to target Chromebooks

Galaxy Book Go with Windows 10 on Arm to target Chromebooks

Samsung already teased that it will be revealing its most powerful Galaxy yet next week, but those hoping for a new high-end smartphone have already been warned not to hold their breaths. The event will most likely all revolve around notebooks but Samsung might also be stretching the "most powerful" description a bit too much. Part of that lineup will apparently include a Galaxy Book Go that, unlike the others, will be settings its sights on the affordable Chromebook market.

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Acer ENDURO Urban N3 notebook and T1 tablet are perfect for the paranoid

Acer ENDURO Urban N3 notebook and T1 tablet are perfect for the paranoid

If you have a habit of not being gentle with your delicate computing hardware, then you might want to take a look at Acer's newly-announced ENDURO products. The new products joining the ENDURO lineup today include a pair of Urban N3 Notebooks and a new Urban T1 tablet. While these devices don't seem to have hardware that will get the enthusiast types excited, they do still seem to be solid options for families who are worried more about their fragile devices coexisting in a house with children.

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Galaxy Unpacked 2021 invite teases the most powerful Galaxy

Galaxy Unpacked 2021 invite teases the most powerful Galaxy

It has been a very busy year for Samsung so far, with a constant stream of new product announcements to make up for last year's slough. Of course, Samsung isn't just about smartphones and it has launched quite a number of products across all its consumer electronics markets. It even has one more batch coming later this month in a new Unpacked event that it says will reveal its most powerful Galaxy yet. And, no, it probably won't be a smartphone.

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Dell XPS 13 OLED option gives ultraportable a huge 4K contrast boost

Dell XPS 13 OLED option gives ultraportable a huge 4K contrast boost

Dell's XPS 13 is adding an OLED option, promising richer colors and better contrast for buyers of the ultraportable notebook. The latest iteration of the XPS 13 runs Intel 11th generation Core processors and comes, as standard, with a 13.4-inch InfinityEdge LCD touchscreen, but now that can be swapped out for a new OLED panel.

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Surface Laptop 4 adds power to stylish 13.5″ and 15″ Windows PCs

Surface Laptop 4 adds power to stylish 13.5″ and 15″ Windows PCs

Microsoft teased us with new Surface news, and now we know just what that is: the new Surface Laptop 4, delivering a choice of two screen sizes and both AMD and Intel processors. Successor to last year's Surface Laptop 3, the new notebook sticks with the styling - including four different finishes of metal and Alcantara - but drops in 11th Gen Intel Core or exclusive AMD Ryzen Microsoft Surface Edition processors based on Zen 2 architecture.

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Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 pricing details leak

Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 pricing details leak

Rumors have been swirling about the Microsoft Surface Laptop 4. The new Microsoft laptop is set to hit the market this month and will come in versions with AMD or Intel processors on board. The latest rumor about the Surface Laptop 4 reveals alleged price information for the new line of notebook computers.

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HP Chromebook x360 14c released – what’s the difference?

HP Chromebook x360 14c released – what’s the difference?

Today we're taking a peek at HP's latest in a wide variety of Chromebooks. Given the 7(!) Chromebooks currently in production with HP, with at least one more on the way soon, how might one decide which is best? First, the newest: HP Chromebook x360 14c, with a 14-inch display, fingerprint reader, HP Rechargeable Pen, and up to 10:45 hours of battery life. How does this 14-inch machine stand up to the others that've been released by HP in the recent past?

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ASUS VivoBook Flip 14 is a $600 multi-use sweet spot

ASUS VivoBook Flip 14 is a $600 multi-use sweet spot

This week the folks at ASUS revealed the VivoBook Flip 14 (TM420) with a price of approximately $600 USD. There'll be more than one configuration available, but that's the base price. This machine has a 14-inch FHD display with top-notch touchscreen tech and a stylus with a body that can flip from laptop to tablet. It runs Windows and AMD Ryzen 5 (or 7) mobile processors.

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Alienware m15, Dell G15 gaming laptops get a Ryzen upgrade

Alienware m15, Dell G15 gaming laptops get a Ryzen upgrade

AMD's new Ryzen 5000 series processors have been impressing users and reviewers alike, but apparently they've also caught the eye of Alienware and Dell. The two companies announced new Ryzen-based gaming laptops today, and in the case of Alienware, this is the first time we've seen it announce an AMD machine in the past 14 years. In addition, it seems that Dell has a new collection of gaming monitors on the way as well.

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MSI Summit E13 Flip Evo and E16 Flip laptops are made for business users

MSI Summit E13 Flip Evo and E16 Flip laptops are made for business users

MSI has introduced two new laptops designed for business users: the Summit E13 Flip Evo and the Summit E16 Flip. The new models were introduced as part of the company's MSIology 'Determined to Succeed 2021' streaming event. Both laptops feature the slick designs we've come to expect from MSI, as well as considerate design aspects that are tailored for business needs.

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Alienware updates m15 R4, m17 R4 laptops with Cherry MX Ultra-Low Profile keys

Alienware updates m15 R4, m17 R4 laptops with Cherry MX Ultra-Low Profile keys

Generally speaking, mechanical keyboards are usually only the domain of desktop PC gamers. While they’re more of a rarity on gaming laptops, Alienware is doing what it can to change that, today announcing a new configuration option for both the m15 R4 and m17 R4 laptops that outfits them with mechanical keyboards. Specifically, these laptops use Cherry MX Ultra Low-Profile Keys, and Alienware says that these two laptops have the distinction of being the first in the world to be designed in collaboration with Cherry MX.

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Intel convinced Justin Long to stop being A Mac

Intel convinced Justin Long to stop being A Mac

Intel hired Justin Long to do a few video spot/commercials for their next-generation devices. They make the processors that power a whole bunch of Windows computers, so it's in their interest to make those computers look cool. To do that, they've involved Justin Long, the actor that previously worked with Apple in those commercials where one guy would say "I'm a Mac" and the other would say "I'm a PC."

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