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Surprise! PC sales grow for first time since 2012

Surprise! PC sales grow for first time since 2012

For the first time in the last SIX YEARS, PC shipment numbers grew worldwide. This is according to analysts at Gartner, who suggest that this year-over-year growth in global PC shipments is a temporary situation. This is all apparently due to the business world replacing all their old PCs with new Windows 10 PCs in a global trend. This trend will apparently fall off within the next couple of year.

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2018 Lenovo Legion gaming notebooks detailed: Up Close

2018 Lenovo Legion gaming notebooks detailed: Up Close

Today we're going to run down each of the three gaming notebooks Lenovo just announced just before E3 2018. These devices are either updated or completely new, and they each come with the latest in top-level GPU and CPU under the hood. There's even some color dashed in for good measure. They're all in the LEGION brand of Lenovo products, and they're all heading toward your gaming room ASAP.

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All the oddball ASUS gadgets announced at Computex 2018

All the oddball ASUS gadgets announced at Computex 2018

ASUS showed up at Computex 2018 with a lot of new hardware in tow. Most of this is what we'd normally expect from ASUS and its Republic of Gamers arm - new notebooks, desktops, and accessories meant to satisfy the mainstream users, workaholics, and gamers among us. Some of this new hardware, however, goes beyond what we expected to see and delivers some very interesting (and somewhat strange) concepts.

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Acer Predator Special Edition seems perfect for paladins

Acer Predator Special Edition seems perfect for paladins

Acer's Predator gaming ecosystem includes a whole lot of black and red. With the launch of their "Special Edition" lineup, they've moved beyond the expected color set. Here, with these products, they've begun using white aluminum with gold accents. Here, with the Helios 300, Rolltop Jr. Backpack, Galea 500, Cestus 510, and Fabric Mousepad, they're ready to outfit a holy protector of the light.

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HP’s handsome ENVY laptops branch out to AMD for 2018

HP’s handsome ENVY laptops branch out to AMD for 2018

HP has started its week with a bang, announcing a ton of new devices in multiple product lines. One line getting some love today is the consumer-focused ENVY series of laptops, which in all is getting four new models this summer. While perhaps not as powerful as HP's business-centric EliteBook line, these new ENVY laptops should still serve as a good day-to-day workhorse for a lot of consumers.

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Huawei MateBook X Pro Review

Huawei MateBook X Pro Review

I couldn't help but make a comparison to a MacBook right out the box when I first opened the Huawei MateBook X Pro. This is a device that's taken some definite design cues from the MacBook Pro - the latest round of MacBook Pros, at least. It runs Windows 10, though, and it has some unique features that Apple's notebook doesn't. This Huawei MateBook X Pro isn't just a notebook made by a smartphone company - it's a smart piece of hardware in its own right.

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Dell XPS 15 with 8th-gen Intel core truly aims for MacBook Pro glory

Dell XPS 15 with 8th-gen Intel core truly aims for MacBook Pro glory

What we saw of the Dell XPS 15 at CES 2018 was promising, but now with 8th-gen Intel core tech inside, it's a real MacBook Pro alternative. Granted, large swaths of users feel obligated to stick to their chosen operating system and might never change - but herein lies the rub. The Dell XPS 15 will roll with not only Intel's newest processor, but an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti graphics processor as well.

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Intel Core i9 Mobile: 5 things to know

Intel Core i9 Mobile: 5 things to know

Today is a big day for Intel, with the reveal of its new 8th-generation mobile Core processors. The single biggest announcement of the day came in the form of the new Core i9-8950HK, which is the first Core i9 processor ever made for notebooks. There's a lot of information about these new processors being released all at once, so let's dive into some things you should know.

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Intel Core i9 six-core brings gaming CPU to notebooks

Intel Core i9 six-core brings gaming CPU to notebooks

Intel announced a new batch of 8th-generation Core CPUs for laptops today, with the star of the show being the new Core i9-8950HK. This CPU is notable for a lot of reasons, but perhaps the biggest is the fact that this is the first six-core processor Intel has made for laptops. Obviously, we're probably only going to see this CPU in top-of-the-line notebooks, which means that most people probably won't experience its benefits.

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Samsung Notebook 9 and 7 Spin release and pricing details confirmed

Samsung Notebook 9 and 7 Spin release and pricing details confirmed

Back during the lead up to CES 2018, Samsung made a quite few new notebook announcements. At the time, the company shared information about specifications and features, but failed to announce release dates and pricing for them. Today, that all changes, as Samsung has revealed when we can expect the new entries in the Notebook 9 line and the 2018 Notebook 7 Spin, along with how much they'll cost.

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HP goes Thunderbolt 3 crazy with new laptops, displays and dock

HP goes Thunderbolt 3 crazy with new laptops, displays and dock

Hot on the heels of revealing new professional-grade VR hardware, HP is back today with a new round of announcements. Today the focus is again on professionals, with HP revealing a new line of displays and notebooks for the modern workforce. Essentially, this means that the hardware HP is revealing today is targeted at mainstream users, so if you're in the market for a new workstation, these might be worth a look.

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Your HP notebook may have been hiding a keylogger

Your HP notebook may have been hiding a keylogger

Today we're hearing out a rather worrying vulnerability in a large range of HP notebooks. Apparently, these notebooks came with a deactivated keylogger installed, which is enough to give pretty much anyone pause. The good news, however, is that HP has worked quickly in solving the issue, and beyond that, there's little chance of anyone actually being affected by this vulnerability.

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