Razer continues to solidify its reputation for gaming hardware and peripherals. Its latest product is the Razer Blade Stealth, an ultra-thin laptop for “gamers that go.”
Two for the price of one: O+ USA has announced a new convertible that runs not just one, but two operating systems, Android 5.1 Lollipop and Windows 10. Meet the O+ Duo.
While it’s mainly known for its business laptops, Lenovo continually releases laptops that are clearly for the consumer market. And when it comes to convertible and hybrid laptops, the company’s Yoga line tends to offer the best there is. Take for example the latest Lenovo Yoga 900, an epitome of function, performance and design.
Neo Philippines has launched a new device that can run both Android and Windows—the tablet-laptop hybrid Neo Shift N81.
Asus recently revealed several new laptops under its Republic of Gaming brand. One of them is the extremely beefed-up G752 laptop that apparently can run any game you throw at it.
Asus has unveiled a couple of new laptops that are headed to the Philippines. All powered by Windows 10, the ZenBook Pro UX501, ZenBook UX305LA and X Series X555UB feature improved performance, stylish designs and exclusive Asus technologies.
It’s a great time to be a Microsoft fan these days. In addition to a couple of announcements for new smartphones, fitness tracker and other devices, Microsoft has unveiled the new Surface Pro 4 tablet. And for the first time, the Surface line now has a full laptop version to offer, the Surface Book.
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.