A whopping majority—95 percent to be exact—of ATMs all over the globe still use the venerable Windows XP, an operating system whose maker Microsoft will no longer actively support after April 8.
Asus has launched what it claims to be the “world’s first 3-in-1 notebook, tablet and desktop PC” here in the Philippines. The Asus Transformer Book Trio TX201LA runs Windows 8 when docked, and shifts to Android 4.2 Jelly when in tablet mode.
Rumors already spread like wildfire about the Asus VivoTab Note 8, but this Windows 8.1 tablet didn’t become official until now during CES 2014. As the name implies, it bundles a Wacom active digitizer and stylus, one unique combo feature that apparently no other Windows 8.1 slates have.
A hobby that’s commonly restricted to those with the technical knowledge, custom PC building may eventually be as simple as building objects with Lego construction blocks if Project Christine—Razer’s modular PC design concept—turns into a reality.
Clamoring for a new HP device this year? The personal computer giant has unveiled several of them in a variety of form factors—laptop, desktops, all-in-ones—with one even powered by Android.
You may think otherwise, but Windows 8.1 tablets are still alive and kicking. Lenovo’s latest slate, the ThinkPad 8, proves just that and packs quite a punch with several features aimed to please business users.
Just as deals and shopping bargains appear even before Black Friday, gadget makers are already teasing new products days ahead of January’s most prominent tech event, CES 2014. Among the devices to look forward to are LG’s upcoming Tab-Book2, Lifeband, and an all-in-one PC and Ultra PC.
The power of Chrome OS is slowly getting recognized by more PC vendors, with Dell being the latest to deliver a new device running on Google’s browser-based operating system. Intended for the education market, the Dell Chromebook 11 is an inexpensive laptop that’s priced just under $300.
Acer Aspire Z3-600: portable AIO PC with 21.5-inch full HD display, Windows 8, quad-core Intel processorDecember 11, 2013 | Conan Hughes
The traditional form factors of computers continue to lose their appeal to consumers, hence the need for companies to churn out new devices with modern designs. The Acer Aspire Z3-600, for instance, is a so-called tabletop PC that can act as a desktop but can also be a portable tablet.
Lenovo first introduced its Flex line of ultrabooks by releasing 14- and 15-inch variants some months ago. For a smaller model that can flip its display up to 300 degrees, the Lenovo Flex 10 has been recently announced, equipped with low-power Bay Trail processors from Intel.
Apple fans in the Philippines will soon be able to grab a MacBook Pro. As indicated in the company’s online retail store for our country, both 13- and 15-inch models are available to ship later this month.
Available in 8-inch and 10-inch variants, the Lenovo Yoga tablet was recently announced with much fanfare in an LA event that included actor-turned-product-engineer Ashton Kutcher. With a unique rounded edge, the tablet is capable of three modes without the need of additional accessory.
Working in front of a laptop can be daunting, especially when the screen is cramped with so many open programs. The solution? Multiple displays.
The iPad mini 2 has arrived and, as with most of Apple’s high-profile devices, does not fall short in features and performance. Its long-awaited Retina display certainly hogged the spotlight, though its other specs are noteworthy, too. But the question in everyone’s mind is: does it really stack up to its fiercest rival, Google’s Nexus 7 2013?