Tag: laptops


Notebooks have ‘singlehandedly’ pulled the PC market out of depression

July 10, 2020

Via: ZDnet

As the coronavirus lockdowns began around the globe, businesses and consumers scrambled to buy PCs and laptops to keep them productive or entertained while at home, something that is now showing up in PC sales data: analyst firm Canalys estimates […]


HP embraces Thunderbolt 3 as it brings premium features to mainstream systems

February 7, 2018

Via: ArsTechnica

After spending some years improving the quality and design of its premium systems, HP is turning its attention to its mainstream, corporate laptops. The new range of 800-series EliteBooks, ZBook workstations, monitors, and docks brings many features of the premium […]


Surface Book 2: More cores, more GPU, and more screen

October 17, 2017

Via: ArsTechnica

Just over two years ago, Microsoft unveiled its Surface Book hybrid laptop: a tablet with a detachable hinged keyboard base. It was a compelling concept, with Microsoft pulling off some clever tricks. The base contained a battery, boosting the life […]


US seeks more airport security, could expand airplane laptop ban

June 29, 2017

Via: ArsTechnica

In a speech today, Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly said that airlines that don’t get on board with new security procedures could see electronic devices banned on their airplanes—or be barred from flying the US altogether. The Department of […]


Lenovo X1 Carbon adds tablet and desktop editions, and a Yoga that ditches the LCD

January 4, 2016

Via: ArsTechnica

Last year’s Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon was a return to form for Lenovo’s X1 Ultrabook, with a keyboard to die for, strong performance, and a 14-inch screen in a 13-inch package. This year, Lenovo is taking the X1 branding—light, powerful, […]