Apple’s Just Released Souped-Up New MacBooks

Apple has quietly rolled out its new range of MacBooks, which run on Intel's sixth-generation Core M processors. The top-end machine features a 1.3 GHz dual-core Intel Core m7 processor, but can only be made to order, while the 1.2GHz model, which comes with 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage, will set you back £1,299. The cheapest model uses a 1.1GHz processor, 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, and comes in at £1,049. Read More >>

Intel is Putting its Skylake CPUs Inside Smartphones

Intel’s new Skylake processors fit inside practically any computer. Soon, you’ll be able to get one inside a PC-on-a-stick. But it turns out that Core M computers can get even smaller still. Intel says it’s already testing the new processors inside smartphones too. Read More >>

Asus Zenbook UX305 Review: A Great Laptop for Only £650

The new MacBook is way too thin. The Dell XPS 13 is the Windows laptop to beat. But say you’re looking for a slightly cheaper razor-thin machine? Starting at £649, the new Asus UX305 is a pretty damn good deal. Read More >>

Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro: Yes, The Hinge is a Giant Watchband

The backflipping Lenovo Yoga single-handedly made laptops cool again. The Yoga 2 Pro added a backlit keyboard and a brilliant 3200 x 1800 QHD screen. Now, Lenovo's going for broke with the third generation of its transforming touchscreen machine. Not only is the new £1,299 Yoga 3 Pro thinner and lighter, it has a freaking watch band consisting of 813 precision-machined, hand-assembled components holding up its infinitely positionable screen. Read More >>

Intel’s Core M Might Finally Give Us True Laptop-Tablet Hybrids

The perfect in-between device—something that's as thin as a dedicated tablet and as powerful as a dedicated laptop—is something we've been promised for years. Once, it looked like the answer might come when Intel's Atom chips—Bay Trail chips, specifically—got potent enough to power highly mobile machines that could hold their own against real laptops. Atom hasn't really gotten there, but Intel's new Core M just might. Read More >>