HP makes a range of quality Windows PCs, notebooks, Chromebooks, and this huge 12.3” Android tablet aimed squarely at commercial use.
Apple has forcefully asserted its dominance in the trackpad space by introducing Force Touch capabilities, letting you get a better feel for touching Mac interactions.
In business we know what gets measured gets improved; apply this principle to your own health and fitness with the Samsung Gear Fit activity tracker.
Sunday, 19 October 2014 13:29

HP Pavilion x2 tablet – review

HP has released the Pavilion x2 – a 10.1”, Intel Atom based tablet complete with a detachable keyboard cover at $499. It is good for…
The Surface Pro 3 hit Australian retailers’ shelves on Thursday 28 August, 2014. While not ‘walking out the door’ initial sales volumes have been quietly…
Friday, 01 August 2014 18:22

Review - HP Pro x2 410

HP's Pro x2 410 detachable has its good points, but suffers from a fundamental problem for my style of use.
Tuesday, 03 June 2014 12:44

Lenovo educates the masses

Lenovo has launched the new ThinkPad 11e series aimed squarely at the education market – you will not see it in retail shops. Two models…
When Raphaël Hertzog and Roland Mas wrote and published the Debian Administrator's Handbook in 2004, it was in French, their native language.
HP makes a range of notebooks that consumers seldom see. Branded EliteBook, these are for business customers that want maximum reliability and data protection for…
Dell's XPS 12 Convertible Ultrabook is a neat device, one which any nerd would covet, even if one goes merely by its appearance. It looks…



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