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Vensmile K8 puts a PC inside a flexible keyboard

Vensmile K8 puts a PC inside a flexible keyboard

We’ve seen our fair share of keyboards that practically hide computers inside them, whether a full-fledged mini PC or a Raspberry Pi hack. We’ve also seen all sorts of foldable, flexible, even rollable keyboards that maximize mobility. But a flexible keyboard that hides a computer? That’s definitely a first. And that is exactly what a company by the name of Vensmile is attempting to sell. Simply called the K8, the product packages productivity in a more portable form. Too bad it doesn’t have package a display with it as well.

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ASUS Transform Mini 2-in-1 goes up for pre-order

ASUS Transform Mini 2-in-1 goes up for pre-order

The unexpected success of Microsoft’s Surface tablets inspired OEMs to give the nascent 2-in-1 form factor their own spin. But some manufacturers aren’t too shy about being inspired by the same design as well. The ASUS Transformer Mini, formally the Transformer Book T102HA, unabashedly looks like a Microsoft Surface, close enough to a non-Pro Surface 3. But ASUS’ Windows 10 tablet, which is now available for pre-order, has a few things over Microsoft’s flagship tablets. It is, on paper, lighter, not to mention a whole lot cheaper too.

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HP Spectre x360, Envy 13, AIO 27 get a pre-holiday makeover

HP Spectre x360, Envy 13, AIO 27 get a pre-holiday makeover

While the holidays are still a good few weeks away, HP wants you to be able to prepare and decide early where you want to spend all that hard earned non-holiday cash. If you’re in the market for new PCs, then the PC maker might just have the thing for you. Refreshing its product line across convertibles, laptops, and all-in-on PCs, HP has unveiled the new Spectre x360 and new Envy 13 laptop to get your mobile computing needs covered. And when you’re stuck at home, the more “cinematic” AIO 27 will keep you company, both at work and at play.

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Samsung ArtPC Pulse pricing and details surface ahead of launch

Samsung ArtPC Pulse pricing and details surface ahead of launch

Remember the somewhat strange ArtPC Pulse computer Samsung teased a few days ago? The computer has surfaced on Amazon, where all the details have been laid bare, including pricing and configurations. Per those listings, two varieties of the ArtPC Pulse will be offered, one with a 6th-gen Intel Core i5 and one with a 6th-gen Intel Core i7. Both feature the same cylindrical shape and 360-degree omni-directional Harmon Kardon speaker unit.

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Gigabyte Brix mini PCs updated with Intel Kaby Lake processors

Gigabyte Brix mini PCs updated with Intel Kaby Lake processors

Gigabyte has a new array of “Brix” miniature PCs that sport Intel’s latest Kaby Lake processors, giving consumers a very-small-form-factor way to use the hardware. These Brix units are, as the name suggests, shaped relatively like bricks and they're not much larger at only 4.7″ x 4.4″ x 1.4-inches (starting size). Consumers can choose from the latest Intel Core i3, i5, and i7 processors.

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Samsung teases a strange “Art PC PULSE”

Samsung teases a strange “Art PC PULSE”

Although Samsung is probably most known for smartphones these days, especially exploding ones, its wide range of consumer electronics products also happen to include PCs.Not the conventional desktop variety, of course, but more along the lines of laptops and some rare Windows tablets. That’s why when the company teased a certain “Art PC Pulse” as a new desktop experience, our curiosity is naturally piqued. But all we have, for now, is a colorful glow of a video teaser.

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Outlast 2 demo available for Xbox One, PS4 and PC

Outlast 2 demo available for Xbox One, PS4 and PC

It’s October, and that means it’s socially acceptable to shroud yourself in all things scary and disturbing. If you prefer to entertain fears via your gaming console, good news: Outlast 2 has a new demo that can be downloaded for free on Steam, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 until November 1. The demo went live a handful of hours ago on the PlayStation Store and Microsoft Store, as well as Steam, of course, as an unexpected surprise for fans.

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Razer DeathAdder Elite detailed

Razer DeathAdder Elite detailed

This morning the folks at Razer have revealed a new edition of their "best gaming mouse in the world," as they call it, the DeathAdder Elite. This version of the mouse works with the best optical sensor Razer has available - a Razer 5G Optical Sensor. This mouse also works with Razer Mechanical Switches, the first mouse to be released with said switches. Razer Chroma will be on and in this device as well, of course, blasting colors aplenty.

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InFocus Kangaroo Notebook Bundle is two Windows mobiles and a laptop dock

InFocus Kangaroo Notebook Bundle is two Windows mobiles and a laptop dock

InFocus is a company we normally talk about when a new projector has launched for home theater or business use. The company has something new that might be interesting for some usage scenarios in the home or business. The new product is the InFocus Kangaroo Notebook Bundle that promises a modular mobile PC experience.

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Jide’s Remix OS Player runs Android PC on top of Windows

Jide’s Remix OS Player runs Android PC on top of Windows

There is no shortage of ways to run Android apps on Windows, from developer-oriented options like GenyMotion to those that put a focus on gaming like Bluestacks. Of course, there's always room for more, and Jide is eager to join the party. The company that is now perhaps most popular for its "Android PC" Remix OS spin is bringing that very same productivity-focused Android experience to Windows as the Remix OS Player. No, not as a dual-boot system or something that you need to install directly on the hardware, but as something you can run on top of Windows, giving you access to your favorite Android apps and, of course, games.

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Android-x86 brings Marshmallow softness to Intel, AMD PCs

Android-x86 brings Marshmallow softness to Intel, AMD PCs

Ever wanted to use Android on your spare desktop or laptop, maybe even tablet, but didn’t really care for all the bells and whistles offered by Jide’s Remix OS for PC? If that’s the case, then this latest Android-x86 release might just be the right fit for you. Now at version 6.0-r1, this is the first stable release of Android-x86 based on Android Marshmallow. And while it may not have yet the multi-tasking features of 7.0 Nougat, it does pave the way for that brighter future for Android on PCs.

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MSI VR One pre-empts Intel’s Project Alloy with PC backpack

MSI VR One pre-empts Intel’s Project Alloy with PC backpack

Wearable computing might normally mean a smartwatch, but MSI is pretty keen to put a full gaming PC right on your back, and if you're into VR it might be worth strapping on. The company has revealed the MSI VR One, the production version of the virtual reality backpack it teased earlier this year, a roughly eight pound chunk of overclocked computer intended to drive your HTC Vive.

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