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The Flipcase looks like a regular shoulder bag, but can be flipped in seconds so you can u...

At CE Week in New York, Pennsylvania-based startup Flipcase International is displaying new, patented designs for laptop and tablet cases. They look like regular shoulder bags, but can also be quickly "flipped out" in a matter of seconds, allowing you to use your device much more comfortably even as you're standing.  Read More

There's a wide range of Chromebook hardware out there

Since the launch of the first consumer Chromebook back in 2011, Google's platform has come a long way. Not only has the operating system itself become more versatile, but the choice of hardware has expanded significantly. From budget systems to the wallet-bashing Pixel, there’s a lot of choice out there. Read on as Gizmag compares eight Chrome OS-touting laptops.  Read More

The mid-range G550JK (left) and 4K-packing GX500 (right)

Asus has announced two additions to its Republic of Gamers (ROG) laptop range. The systems, known as the GX500 and the G550JK, make use of the same design language, while occupying two distinct product spaces – one svelte and high-end with an impressive 4K display, the other a mid-range offering with a premium build.  Read More

Gizmag takes a quick look at the Transcend JetDrive Lite, a MacBook storage expansion acce...

MacBooks can make for great notebook PCs, but their speedy solid-state drives don't give you much storage bang for your buck. So why not do something with that SD card slot, and give yourself some extra semi-permanent storage? That's the thinking behind Transcend's JetDrive Lite. Read on, for Gizmag's quick look.  Read More

Gizmag reviews the latest version of the 13-in Retina MacBook Pro

If you're shopping for a new MacBook, do you go for light and thin with a mediocre display resolution – like you'd get from a MacBook Air? Or do you spend more for a thicker laptop with an amazing display, a la the Retina MacBook Pro? Let's revisit the 13-in MacBook Pro with Retina Display, and see if we can lend a hand.  Read More

Transcend's JetDrive Lite promises to expand MacBook storage without sticking out like a s...

If a MacBook Pro or Air owner wants to expand the storage of his or her laptop, the price can be quite high through Apple. Transcend has just unveiled a more reasonably priced solution called the JetDrive Lite that goes into the SD card slot, but it does it without sticking out like a standard SD card.  Read More

Gizmag compares the specs and features of the MSI GT70 Dominator Pro (left) and the Asus R...

Both the MSI Dominator Pro-888 and the Asus ROG G750JZ are high-end gaming laptops, but they’re not quite created equally. While the Asus machine is clearly the looker of the two, the GT70 has a few tricks up its sleeve when it comes to internals. Read on as Gizmag compares these two high-end laptops.  Read More

Gizmag reviews the (early 2014) 11-in MacBook Air, an extremely incremental update to Appl...

At Gizmag, we often review brand spankin' new devices that sit on the cutting edge of technology. Other products we review are little more than incremental updates over their predecessors. And then there's the 2014 MacBook Air, a device that gives new meaning to the word "incremental." Read on, as we share our quick impressions of the ever-so-slightly updated 11-in MacBook Air.  Read More

The 10.1-inch ArcBook Android netbook from Archos

Archos has pulled back the curtain to reveal what's claimed to be the first touchscreen Android netbook, the ArcBook. Designed for students and mobile workers, the wallet-friendly portable workhorse features a 10-inch screen, a 1.2 GHz ARM Cortex processor and a battery that promises to keep going long after the school day or shift is over.  Read More

Google and Intel have announced that the number of devices running Chrome OS is about to s...

The number of devices running Google's Chrome OS is about to significantly increase. At a press event in San Francisco yesterday, Intel and Google upped Chrome system designs to 20 by introducing a bunch of new computers and notebooks from OEM partners like Acer, LG, Asus, Dell and Lenovo, including a few powered by the latest generation Core i3 processors.  Read More

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