razer
Razer Makes Laptops in White Now

You never realise how attached to a laptop’s colour a brand is until you see it in a new shade. Razer’s known for black and green fingerprint magnets, so it’s a bit of a (pleasant) surprise to learn that the company has a new white laptop you can potentially use without showcasing your affection for games next time you are at the library/meeting/coffee house full of Macs. Read More >>

reviews
The HP Envy 13 Review: A Laptop With No Special Features to Speak Of, But Offers Good, Solid Performance

Some of you may have noticed that the start of the month also coincided with IFA, Europe’s biggest tech show filled with new announcements and product launches. I was on the show floor, doing what it is I do, and making sure the world knows about what was going on over in Berlin. Read More >>

google
What to Expect From Google’s Pixel 3 Hardware Event

In less than a week’s time Google will be holding court in New York to reveal some less-than-mysterious new hardware offerings. Those Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones might have been thoroughly leaked ahead of next week’s gathering, but what other surprises has Google managed to keep under wraps? Read More >>

microsoft
Microsoft Just Announced Great Upgrades to a Whole Bunch of Its Computers

Microsoft announced refreshes to three different computers today and it's proof the company is committed to manufacturing computers, and not just to periodically releasing glitzy overpriced products to showcase Windows. We’re getting the Surface Pro 6, Surface Laptop 2, and Surface Studio 2, all with nice upgrades inside. Read More >>

hp
HP Thinks It Cracked the 2-in-1 Code

At first glance, the HP Spectre Folio looks like any old tablet in a leather case. It’s not outstanding or even very interesting looking. But it’s a very clever device, hiding in an elegant package. When you see it in person, your excitement slowly builds as its design reveals itself to you. Read More >>

apple
Code Discovered in iOS 12.1 Beta Suggests Apple’s iPad Event Is Coming Very Soon

As exciting as three new iPhones and a new Apple Watch with a built-in ECG may (or may not) have been for you, there were a lot of updates for other Apple products that we expected to see last week, but didn’t get. Read More >>

science
Stop Waffling and Get That Brightly Coloured Gadget—Science Suggests You’ll Like It More

The process of buying a new gadget is full of traps and pitfalls. How much should I spend? Which model is better? Do I really need that much storage? And then, just when you think you’ve got everything figured out, the real boss battle raises its head: What colour do I get? Read More >>

IFA 2018
Here’s All the Coolest Stuff From Europe’s Biggest Tech Show

IFA is Europe’s largest technology trade show and its origins go back to to 1924, a solid 50 years before CES was even a thing. It was the first place people were introduced to the compact audio cassette and early portable TVs. Here’s a look at all the coolest stuff from IFA 2018. Read More >>

laptops
Lenovo’s Slickest 2-in-1 Ditches Its Famous Hinge For Two Hidden Tricks

For the past three years, Lenovo’s flaghip 900-series Yoga 2-in-1s have been some of the best convertibles on the market. They were sleek, powerful, and had way more flexibility than a boring old clamshell, with essentially zero downsides. Thanks to their sophisticated watch-band hinges, Lenovo’s high-end convertibles also had a real sense of style and personality. Read More >>

laptops
Acer’s Latest 17-Inch Swift Is Super Dang Tiny

At CES way back in January, Acer announced the Swift 7, claiming it had produced the thinnest 17-inch laptop ever. But sometime over the course of the last eight months, Acer has taken a chisel to the Swift 7, because while the guts are ostensibly the same, the Swift 7 announced this morning at a press conference in Berlin is a whole lot smaller. Read More >>

computing
Intel Rounds Out 8th-Gen With Chips for Super Cheap, Super Thin Laptops

It’s been almost a year since Intel first launched its 8th generation of computer processors, and now, finally, it seems to be completing the lineup with a series of CPUs intended for super thin laptops and 2-in-1s. The catch — the biggest improvements aren’t with processor speed, but with the wifi. Read More >>

laptops
Dell’s Newly Revamped Inspirons are More Than Just Better Looking Mid-range Laptops

While Dell’s premium XPS systems tend to hog a lot of attention, its Inspiron laptops are often the more popular purchase simply because it’s hard for people to throw down £1,000 or more on a computer, especially on systems with screens smaller than 15-inches. So in an effort to bring its midrange laptops more in line with its sleeker, high-end notebooks, Dell gave its Inspiron notebooks a full revamp starting with midrange 2-in-1s. Read More >>

computing
The Stress-Free Guide to Upgrading to a New Computer

You’ve had all the slowdowns and crashes and bugs you can take — it’s time to upgrade your computer. While the thought of shopping around for new components or a whole new machine might fill you with dread and foreboding, it doesn’t have to be a stressful process, and this guide will serve as your one-stop shop for all the information you need to have on hand. Read More >>

laptops
This Ugly Gaming Laptop Has Exactly Three Great Things Going for It

The MSI PS42’s look is so bad, it might derail you. This laptop looks like it was made five years ago and probably by Acer or Toshiba. When I pulled it out of the box, I immediately made quite a few unpleasant noises about its appearance. Then I used it for a week, and while I still find the MSI PS42 to be one of the ugliest laptops produced in a while, I can’t deny the charm of its performance or price. Read More >>

laptops
Asus Thinks It’s Made the Thinnest Gaming Laptops Ever

Asus believes it’s made a big 15-inch and a giant 17-inch gaming laptop you’ll actually want to carry around with you. Read More >>