HP has revealed two new desktop PCs that can be held in the palm of your hands: the HP Stream Mini and Pavilion Mini. They’re small form-factor computers that come packing with a full-fledged Windows operating system.
As the years go by, technology tends to evolve at great measure. A number of laptop manufacturing companies have already unveiled their latest laptops that are going to be on the market in 2015. They are definitely more skinny, lightweight, and contain a handful of more features than past models.
While the world may be moving to smaller devices that you can take anywhere, sometimes the best tool for the job is a old fashioned desktop computer. While some may be surprised that these are still being made, the fact is they are still very much in production and are still some of the most powerful and affordable computers you will find.
There’s a new Catalyst graphics driver being put out by AMD called the Catalyst Omega, with many new attributes for a superior gaming experience. Such improvements include the new VSR capabilities, FreeSync, better frame pacing, a 5k support monitor, and much more.
The new Cherry Mobile Alpha Play is one of the four new devices that the company recently released that’s running on Windows 8.1. Two smartphones are on Qualcomm Snapdragon, while the other two, including the Alpha Play, is powered by an Intel processor.
Not satisfied with just the announcement of its two new Windows Phones, Cherry Mobile has also unveiled two new tablets that run Windows 8.1. One of these is the new Cherry Mobile Alpha Play, an 8-inch tablet for Php7,999.
Topping Cherry Mobile’s announcement of Windows devices is the new Cherry Mobile Alpha Morph. It offers a Windows 8.1 tablet experience for Php11,999.
The SanDisk Ultra II SSD was recently unveiled last week, introducing a bigger storage capacity and faster performance. Best of all, it’s cheaper at just less than 50 cents per gigabyte.
Toshiba’s latest Windows 8 devices have manifested themselves in two new tablets. The new Toshiba Encore 2 are 8-inch and 10-inch tablets that “offer productivity, performance, and portability in a thinner, lighter design.”
I’m a huge fan of ASUS and their Transformer and Padfone series, but the Transformer Book V concept from the Taiwanese manufacturer is more than a bit too much. The ASUS Transformer Book V is basically a combination of all of their most popular innovative lines: the Transformer Series, Padfone Series, and Transformer Book Duet.
It’s already one thing that our government supplied outdated equipment for its employees, but apparently these books and computers were bought at ludicrously expensive prices.
What we thought was an announcement for an 8-inch consumer tablet turned out to be for the bigger Microsoft Surface Pro 3, pegged as the “tablet that can replace your laptop.”
The world’s largest PC manufacturer has unveiled two new devices as their latest proof of their “relentless innovation.” The first is the Lenovo Think Pad 10 tablet for business users, while the other is the entry-level workstation ThinkStation P300.