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Google Nexus vs Google Pixel: What’s the difference?

Google set the cat amongst the pigeons when it announced the Pixel C tablet in 2015. Launched alongside the two new Nexus handsets (Nexus 5X

FINSix Dart Charger Review

The Pros Tiny; Multiple color options; Extra USB port The Cons Prongs don’t fold; No MacBook options Verdict The FINSix Dart is the smallest laptop

Which Chromebook is right for you?

Congratulations on taking the brave forward step from the pedestrian world of laptops and into the glimmering cloud-domain of Chromebooks. As a certain centuries-old knight

Hands on: HP Elite x3 review

OUR EARLY VERDICT The HP Elite x3 impresses with loaded specs and multiple use cases, but it may have come too late to save the

15 best laptops you can buy in 2016

The best notebooks for your every need Update: The Dell Inspiron 13 7000 has been usurped by another business and college-ready laptop, the Lenovo ThinkPad

Acer Chromebook 11 (2016), Chromebook 14 now up on Google Store

Chromebooks have suddenly become an interesting topic these days, somewhat ironically not because of themselves but becaue of Android. At Google I/O 2016 last month,

Plugable USB-C Triple Display Dock Review

The Pros 4K Output; Supports three monitors; Charges USB Type-C laptops The Cons Vertical-only design; Fewer ports than competitors Verdict Plugable’s USB-C Triple Display Docking

HP Spectre x2 review: A less expensive Surface rival

We’ve been noticing something the past few months: Every tech company is trying to be more like Microsoft. Which is to say, they’re belatedly copying

Toshiba Radius 12 review: A 4K laptop with compromises

Toshiba hasn’t always made the best laptops. The company is perhaps known for the sort of bargain-basement machines you’ll find at big-box stores like Best

Chromebook vs. Tablet: Which Should You Buy?

On the surface, they seem quite different. Tablets are mostly considered content-consumption devices, whereas Chromebooks are often viewed as cheap laptop replacements. But as the app and

Lenovo Yoga 900 review: Same thin design with fewer compromises

Lenovo’s Yoga laptops hardly need an introduction at this point: The company’s iconic 2-in-1s are so popular that its competitors have been copying them right

Microsoft Surface Book Review

PROS Distinctive, well-constructed design Impressively light as a tablet Gorgeous screen Pen input works well Comfortable keyboard Fast performance Best-in-class battery life in laptop mode Lots

Surface Pro 4 Review

PROS Works well as both a tablet and a laptop New Type Cover and Surface Pen are massive improvements Still pretty thin and light for the

XTRON USB-C power bank: charge your MacBook on the go

Maximas has unveiled its upcoming XTRON USB-C power bank for the new MacBook and other gadgets sporting USB-C. The power bank, much likecompeting devices we’ve

Google hopes Chromebook will expand share of workplace market

Google’s latest Chromebook laptop will be specially designed for corporate customers in an effort to get more workers off machines powered by Microsoft’s dominant Windows

ASUS Chromebook Flip C100 is now available for purchase

After almost four months of teasing, ASUS has finally unleashed the surprising wonder that is its Chromebook Flip, model C100 to be exact. This little

ASUS ChromeBook Flip Review : tiny hero, shiny and chrome

Witness this – a web-browser notebook that flips back into a tablet, made with metal, sporting a touchscreen, that won’t break your bank. That’s what

Lenovo LaVie Z series review: super light, super compromised

The Lenovo LaVie Z series is a winner. Or at least it was before I tested one for this review. The HZ550, as it was

Chromebook Pixel review (2015): less expensive, still impractical

The Chromebook Pixel was the most beautiful laptop that we told people not to buy. With a machined aluminum chassis, pixel-dense screen and a spacious