Tag: laptops

Best laptops for SMB’s

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Critical laptop features for SMB’s include solid build quality for use on field, long battery life and fast-charging capability, built-in ports to connect to external drives, projectors, monitors, keyboards and other peripherals.

How-To: Windows 10 works wonders on older devices

Having used a recent Microsoft Surface Book for months before my ThinkPad with similar specs, I found performance on both to be about the same. Granted, I don’t do too many processor or memory intensive tasks on these devices, I felt that Windows 10 was fast and efficient on both devices.

5 Great Laptops for Students For Under $500

By Christine Persaud
Every secondary student and above needs, or at least could greatly benefit from, having a laptop computer. But not everyone can afford a top-of-the-line MacBook, or high-end Microsoft 2-in-1. Here are 5 great options worth considering for a secondary, college/university student; or even a particularly studious K-12 student.

What’s new in Ultraportable computing?

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

There are a number of reasons why ultraportable PCs are ripe for resurgence. Mobile processors, like Intel’s Atom line and even Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processors are more powerful yet power-efficient than ever. Not only do they run more demanding applications and programs, they are also capable of running longer.

Understanding Apple’s Mac Pro conundrum

Apple has realized that they need to continue creating pro-level desktops, not just as cool proof of concept statements that they are still innovators, but because serious and loyal customers rely on these machines for their livelihood.

Why do Chromebooks dominate the education market?

By Gadjo Sevilla

How does a device that can’t run classic desktop apps, requires constant Internet access, and has less storage space than a smartphone become the darling of the educational market? Here’s how the Chromebook’s inherent weaknesses helped make it the leading choice for education.