Posts Tagged: "ultrabooks"

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Samsung ATIV Book 5 Ultrabook Review

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ltrabooks have carved a nice niche for themselves. If you can’t nail down a decision between a slim handy tablet and a more complete mobile computing experience, that a traditional laptop is known for, then you’re probably already eyeing the middle ground, which the Ultrabook covers so well. They’ve grown...

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Windows Surface RT Price Cut as Low $349

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Next week Microsoft is significantly slashing prices on the their Windows Surface RT tablets. Speculation from various sources hinted at such. But Staples has come right out to confirm the impending price-cut, with a preview of next week’s Weekly Ad listing the Surface RT for as low as $349.99. The...

Toshiba Satellite L875-S7108

Toshiba Satellite L875-S7108 17-Inch Laptop Review

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We have another mobile computing device on our hands, dear readers. Our last time out was with the handsome and cool Sony VAIO S Series laptop. It was an elegant and slim solution that dished out 1080p by default like it was the common standard for such a device. While...

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Sony 15-Inch VAIO S Series 15 Laptop Review

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This year marks the 15th anniversary for Sony’s VAIO brand. I had no idea. I remember recommending one to a friend’s Dad, little over a decade ago. But 15 yrs…!? Go Sony! The VAIO name has brought some innovation over those years. I remember the memory stick that was advertised...

Mushkin mSATA

Mushkin Announce World’s First 480GB mSATA SSD

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It’s interesting how a company as accomplished as Mushkin can fly so stealthily under the radar of many of the most hard-nosed storage sleuths. But it’s true when you ask many people about their go-to company for solid state storage drive solutions, Mushkin is not often the first name to...

Lenovo Seize the Night

Sponsored Video: Seize The Night (sponsored)

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Taking over the world will take some serious capital, a whole mess of ingenuity, and gumption that only warlords and pirates are willing to brandish.  That’s why we suggest you start small.  Perhaps by taking over a road sign, or if you want to aim higher, like the hackers in...