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12-inch MacBook (2015) review: Lighter than Air, but at a cost

By - April 20, 2015 20 Pictures
After more than four years of identical-looking MacBook Airs, Apple finally made a next-generation MacBook that ticks all those boxes we've been asking for. The "new MacBook" is lighter and thinner than the Air, but also has a Retina Display like its bigger "Pro" sibling. But is this laptop ready for primetime? Join Gizmag, as we review the new 12-inch Retina MacBook. Read More
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Hands-on: Samsung's new Ultrabook makes the MacBook Air feel like a brick

By - January 5, 2015 4 Pictures
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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Latest ThinkPads stay thin, add stackable accessories

By - January 4, 2015 7 Pictures
ThinkPad is a name with some history behind it that shows no signs of slowing down, even after two decades, the sale of the laptop and tablet line to Lenovo from IBM, and Apple's more successful co-opting of the word "pad" as a suffix in the name of its hit tablet. To kick off CES 2015 in Las Vegas this week, Lenovo announced a refresh of its 14-inch ThinkPad ultrabook and the ThinkPad Stack, a collection of stackable accessories to increase the capabilities of a tablet or notebook. Read More
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2013 notebooks deserving of a place on your lap

By - December 16, 2013 9 Pictures
As I type this round-up of top laptops on my own Windows portable desktop replacement, I can't help thinking that maybe it's time for an upgrade. It seems like only yesterday that dual-core processors, 500 GB hard drives, a couple of hours of portable use and screen resolutions of 1366 x 768 were at the very tip of every salesperson's tongue. But these days such machines would probably have a hard time attracting flies. 2013 has been a year of high performance, low power processors, long battery life, and stunning displays. Read on for a selection of top performers that have caused Gizmag's heart to skip a beat or two. Read More
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If Convertible: A smartphone, tablet and ultrabook in one

By - December 2, 2013 13 Pictures
After a series of legal wrangles derailed the 2003 release of the Xentex Flip-Pad, a dual-screen laptop with independently-pivoting screens, former Xentex founder and CEO Jeff Batio has climbed back on the horse and is preparing to launch an updated version. The If Convertible is a mobile device that flips and folds to transform from a dual-screen ultrabook to a tablet, with one screen also detaching to serve as a smartphone. Read More
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Microsoft Surface 2 vs. Surface Pro 2

By - October 21, 2013 17 Pictures
The Microsoft Surface has been, by just about any measure, a commercial flop. When your company writes off US$900 million in unsold stock, well, that writing is on the wall. But that doesn't mean the first-generation Surface and Surface Pro haven't made some customers very happy. If you're part of that, ahem, "elite" group, or think you might be sometime soon, do you spring for the Surface 2 or the Surface Pro 2? Join Gizmag, as we compare Microsoft's second round of hybrid tablets. Read More
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