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One Education officially reveals XO-infinity modular laptop

Hot on the heals of a few leaked concept images and the best guess commentary that followed, Australia's One Education has now officially released some details on an upcoming modular laptop project. Claimed so simple that a 4 year-old child could put it together with ease, the XO-infinity will act as both laptop and tablet while allowing owners to swap out component modules over the course of their primary schooling.

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Updated Inspirons offer 4K displays and RealSense 3D Cameras

In the past, the Inspiron range hasn’t been the most exciting that Dell has to offer, with the more premium XPS products generally being the first to carry the latest specs and features. However, the company’s Inspiron refresh, revealed at CES this week, adds some high-end bells and whistles to the line, including an optional 4K display and Intel RealSense 3D camera tech. Read More
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Hands-on: Samsung's new Ultrabook makes the MacBook Air feel like a brick

The original MacBook Air (and its 2010 design refresh) was ahead of its time, and spurred a storm of copycats on the Windows side of the aisle. But in the last couple of years Ultrabooks, including the MacBook Air, haven't been changing much – at least from a design standpoint. But Samsung's new Ativ Book 9 (2015) is really something to behold ... or rather, something to hold. Read More
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2014 Windows 2-in-1 Comparison Guide

Desktop operating systems have traditionally been mouse and keyboard affairs, but since the introduction of Windows 8 we've seen a wealth of convertible, touchscreen-toting laptops and hybrid machines hit the shelves. With different systems taking notably different approaches to the 2-in-1 form-factor, picking a hybrid machine can be one of the toughest decisions in tech. Join Gizmag, as we compare the top Windows hybrids, aka convertibles or 2-in-1s.

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