Tag: laptops

Gift guide: Notebooks and 2-in-1 devices

By Gadjo C Sevilla
Notebooks and 2-in-1’s are the go to tools for students, businessmen and anyone who needs productivity and entertainment on the go. Here are some of 2016’s most outstanding products ideal for the holiday gift giving season.

Father’s Day Tech Gifts for the Working Dad

By Christine Persaud
Whether it’s your father, husband, brother, son, or friend, and regardless of his job, every working dad could use (and would appreciate) a bit of tech in his life. That said, here are 5 great tech gift ideas for the professional dad on your list.

5 of the most exciting notebooks of 2016

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Notebooks are becoming enticing again with features and technologies borrowed from tablets and smartphones. We look at five outstanding examples of where notebook technology is headed in 2016.

Shopping for Chromebooks in different sizes

By Ted Kritsonis

Chromebooks are in a league of their own, though it’s not always clear whether it’s perceived as a major or minor one. What is clear is that the growing category within the wider PC business now offers a wider array of choice between the affordable variety and premium models.

Back to School laptops within your budget

By Ted Kritsonis

Buying a laptop truly is an investment when it comes to students and their schooling. The device should last for this school year and beyond as a workhorse that helps a student stay informed and productive all at once. Since laptops come at different price points, here are a handful that are worth a look within different budget limits.

Using Windows 10 on laptops and 2-in-1’s

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Windows 10 has been out for less than a week and is touted as the best version of Windows for laptops and 2-in-1 devices. I decided to install and test the new OS.

What does Microsoft’s Surface Pro need to do to succeed?

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla Microsoft’s Surface Pro device is the closest in bridging the gap between tablet and notebook but it has failed to capture mass adoption. What can make the Surface a better selling device?