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Dell adds a 4K display to the Precision M3800

Dell adds a 4K display to the Precision M3800

One of the best mobile workstations just got better. Dell has updated its Precision M3800 enterprise laptop to include a 4K monitor, an additional terabyte of data, Thunderbolt 2.0 docking and the option of installing Ubuntu.

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Overstock.com to Launch VOD, Streaming Services

Overstock.com to Launch VOD, Streaming Services

Online retail giant Overstock is gearing up to launch video-on-demand and streaming services later this year.A 30,000-title-strong VOD platform is expected by the middle of 2015, and a streaming service will arrive shortly thereafter, CEO Patrick Byrne announced at today’s NATPE (National Association of Television Program Executives) conference.

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5 Reasons You’ll Want Windows 10

5 Reasons You’ll Want Windows 10

Microsoft is hoping its next operating system will be like Bo Derek—a perfect 10. At least that’s my best guess about why the company decided to skip Windows 9. Or perhaps Redmond figured the number 10 has worked well for arch-enemy Apple for all these years.

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Meet Toshiba’s Surface Killer: 17 Hours of Battery Life

Meet Toshiba’s Surface Killer: 17 Hours of Battery Life

Now this is a tablet that can replace your laptop. With its detachable keyboard, Toshiba’s new Portege Z20t Ultrabook can fill the needs of business customers looking for a lightweight tablet as well as the full productivity of a notebook in one device

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Lenovo LaVie Z HZ550

Lenovo LaVie Z HZ550

Since Intel’s Ultrabook initiative kicked off a few years back, manufacturers have made great gains in pushing for thinner and lighter laptops. But even so, every Ultrabook I’ve picked up since has felt light for sure … for a laptop. That was before today, when a Lenovo representative handed me the Lenovo LaVie Z.

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The Best of CES 2015

The Best of CES 2015

The world of consumer electronics has changed markedly since the Consumer Electronics Show was born in 1967. Even just over the past 10 or 20 years, you can see the difference. Smartphones have replaced everything from personal music players and point-and-shoot cameras to answering machines and digital voice recorders.

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Hands On With Lenovo’s Insanely Lightweight LaVie Laptops

Hands On With Lenovo’s Insanely Lightweight LaVie Laptops

LAS VEGAS—Lenovo has made some bold moves in recent years, but a strategic partnership with Japanese manufacturer NEC may be one of the most stunning, bringing U.S. markets the lightest laptop PCs money can buy.

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The first day of CES 2015 saw a triumph for laptop design

The first day of CES 2015 saw a triumph for laptop design

With the rumoured launch of Intel’s Broadwell-U CPUs at CES 2015, it was highly likely that laptops featuring slim and portable designs would emerge — but the systems that strode the red carpet under the Las Vegas sky surpassed my already high expectations.

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Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 with AnyPen (8-inch) review

Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 with AnyPen (8-inch) review

Have a pencil, scissors, fork or even moist carrot handy? That’s how we were able to control the new Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 with AnyPen at CES 2015.Sure, I’ve always found Lenovo’s Yoga tablets extremely versatile given the fact that they can strike a number of poses. But this stylus-free slate takes adaptability to a new level.

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Dell Inspiron 23 review

Dell Inspiron 23 review

When it comes to all-in-one PCs, Dell is in that great place of “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” but continues to refine its Inspiron 23 to keep ahead of the curve. Its latest model, the Dell Inspiron 23, now features a slightly larger screen and Intel’s Real Sense 3D camera.

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