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The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga laptop is the series that launched a thousand imitators. Billed as the first multi-mode notebook, the Yoga bent and conformed its way into consumers’ hearts. And if Lenovo’s latest creation, the Yoga 3 Pro is any indication, the company has no intention of stopping its push to totally dominate the convertible laptop market.
Summary: Gigabyte’s Aorus X3 Plus is one of the most interesting gaming ultraportables you could buy right now. Just over $2000 will get you a beastly configuration and a high-quality matte display which should lead to a solid experience in even the latest games. But the laptop is not without some flaws though, as you’ll find out from the review.
By http://www.dell.com With a robust, ultra-thin design that belies its smart price tag, the Latitude 13 lets road warriors travel lightly while making a big impression. With its starting weight of less than 3.36 pounds…
Windows is about to get a big upgrade. From a resurrected Start Menu to new multitasking tools, the latest Microsoft operating system is designed to remedy the frustrations caused by the confusing Windows 8. Here’s the best of what you can look forward to in Windows 10 when it comes to market in mid-2015.
By Sherri L. Smith http://blog.laptopmag.com Last year, Lenovo pulled off a rather difficult feat — creating a feasible 2-in-1 notebook for business. The ThinkPad Yoga gave mobile professionals all the bending flexibility of the IdeaPad…
Intel’s Broadwell hardware platform for mobile devices is just around the corner. Haswell has been a major step in the last two yeas, allowing a multitude of thin and lights computers with powerful guts, able to last for hours of daily use.