The tablet-laptop hybrid race has been quickly moving forward from the last couple of months. Microsoft and well-known PC and laptop manufacturers have partnered to produce quality Windows powered tablets at a low price. Since then, many local brands have followed suit.
Google has unveiled its cheapest Chromebook offerings yet. The Haier Chromebook 11 and Hisense Chromebook both will sell for only $149. And then there’s the new Chromebit that users can plug into a display and turn it into a computer.
It looks like Cherry Mobile is successful in its first foray into selling Windows-powered tablets, which is why there’s another Windows 8.1 laptop/tablet hybrid from the company that’s coming our way. It’s called the Cherry Mobile Alpha Shift.
The Panasonic Tougbook 31 isn’t your average laptop. Drop it from six feet, and it would still work!
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.
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.
While HP has been busy churning out cheap Android devices, it hasn’t forgotten about its Windows products. That said, HP recently unveiled four new affordable Windows devices: the Stream 11 and Stream 13 laptops and the Stream 7 and Stream 8 tablets.
A cheap price is what you get when you choose a Chromebook. In many cases, decent performance is sadly not part of the experience. But with the new Acer Chromebook 13, you can finally have both in one device.
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.
We’ve been seeing a number of hybrid Android tablets that could dock into keyboard accessories and transform into productivity tablets, so it was only a matter of time until a major manufacturer started seriously making Android laptops. Well, that manufacturer …
Archos has unleashed a new product, one that runs Android in a netbook form factor. The new Archos Arcbook boasts a full keyboard and trackpad for productivity, while its 10.1-inch display is touch-enabled for versatility a la a tablet.