computing

HP ZBook Fury 17 G7 review – big, powerful, ruthless

Today we have one of the most suitable devices to be called a “mobile workstation”. It is the ZBook Fury 17 G7, and as the

MSI Creator Z16 (A11Ux) review – aesthetics are above all

From making high-end gaming laptops to somewhat affordable office solutions, MSI is now well established in the portable computing industry. A couple of years ago,

Why are Intel GPUs called Arc?

Intel has finally revealed a wealth of details about the first wave of graphics cards to run on its Xe architecture, chief of which is

The Realme Book is the smartphone brand’s first try at a laptop

If you know the Realme brand it’ll likely be for its smartphones like the Realme GT, but like many other companies, it’s working on building

The HP Chromebook x2 11 is a premium 2-in-1 run by a Qualcomm Snapdragon chip

HP just announced a new Chromebook that promises to be a slim and portable solution to all your computing needs. The company’s latest release, the

An Amiga 500 mini console is coming in 2022

Retro Games has announced the latest games system to get on the ‘mini’ revival: the Amiga 500. An officially licenced product, the A500 Mini promises

Thunderbolt 5 may already be in development — Intel leak suggests 80Gbps bandwidth

New Intel leak gives a first look at Thunderbolt 5 connectivity Intel may already be working on Thunderbolt 5, the next generation of universal cable

Apple’s Mac Pro just got a giant graphics boost for 2021

Apple’s most powerful computing product, the Mac Pro, just got a major graphics boost for 2021 thanks to some high-end AMD Radeon Pro GPUs. Those

What is Google Tensor? The Pixel 6’s new SoC revealed

What is Google Tensor? Google has announced homemade silicon to power the Google Pixel 6 smartphones. Here’s what we know so far about the new

Chromebooks and tablets growth in Q2 2021 beat global chip shortage

Just when things were starting to look up for consumer computing devices last year, 2021 brought its own big problem that’s shaking up more than

Xiaomi Mi 9 Transparent Edition Updates MIUI 12.5 Stable Version

The Xiaomi Mi 9 Transparent Discovery Edition mobile phone recently pushed the MIUI 12.5 stable version of the system update, the version number is MIUI

Intel Beast Canyon NUC11BTMi9 review: A bigger footprint shrinks this gaming PC’s appeal

The user-customizable RGB panel at the front is pretty neat, though. The gaming variants of Intel’s Next Unit of Computing (NUC) mini-PCs have always been

Panasonic Toughbook G2 hands-on: Rugged computing ready for combat

The Panasonic Toughbook G2 is the latest in a line of professional hardcore computers that put all other concerns behind functionality. If you’re looking for

Chromebooks with ARM CPU and NVIDIA RTX graphics might be in the works

Chromebooks have the stigma of being low-cost, low-power computers designed to cater to the limited needs of offices and schools. That’s despite the existence of

Asus VivoBook 17 M712 Review

COVID-19 complications and parts shortages have wreaked havoc on the availability and prices of budget laptops, so if you’re wearily sorting through the meager options

7 Popular FAQs On Software As A Service (SaaS) Solutions

Software as a Service (SaaS) is cloud-based software that will become mainstream in 2021. Today, whether we are talking about massive enterprises or local mom-and-pop

Ctrl+Alt+Delete: You shouldn’t buy a 5G laptop right now

One of the most exciting developments in the computing world for 2021 is the emergence of the 5G laptops. The likes of the Lenovo IdeaPad 5G offer

Windows 11 on OnePlus 6T runs Crysis, Hitman 4

If the original Doom is often used as a litmus test for computing devices, both seriously and jokingly, Crysis is sometimes used to test the

HP Pavilion 15-ec1073d Review

The HP Pavilion 15 lineup is one of the best computing solutions you’ll find on the market these days if your goal is to acquire

AOC G2790VX Review

The AOC G2790VX is an inexpensive gaming monitor with a large 27-inch screen, a 144Hz refresh rate, and a reliable design. It’s more or less

Asus Chromebook Detachable CM3 (CM3000) Review

Inexpensive tablets running Google’s Chrome operating system are scarce, but they hold exciting potential as learning tools for kids or even just as extra portals

HTC Vive Focus 3 review

The Vive Focus 3 is the latest all-in-one virtual reality (VR) headset from HTC, successor to the Vive Focus Plus, and it’s quite something to

ASRock Rack 2U4G-ROME/2T Review

As we discuss trends in the server industry with different organizations, one of the clear trends has been a migration toward more accelerated computing servers.

Surprise! Intel will launch Beast Canyon, a small-form-factor-sized gaming PC, later this year

Can this gigantic NUC win over fans of small-form-factor builds? Back at CES 2020, Intel introduced a much larger Next Unit of Computing (NUC) bare-bones

Intel NUC 11 Pro Kit Review

Though public events and tradeshows that call for display kiosks are on ice at the moment, there are still plenty of pertinent uses for Intel’s

Acer Swift X packs AMD Ryzen 5000 CPU, RTX 3050 Ti GPU — Is this the perfect college laptop?

The Swift X finds harmony with AMD and Nvidia chips Acer unveiled today the Swift X, a 14-inch laptop that taps AMD for its processing

M1 iMac iFixit teardown reveals the big changes within

This year’s new iMac generation will probably be best remembered for looking like gigantic iPad Pros. Of course, there are changes invisible to the naked

23.8-inch Monitor Review – 1080P IPS Curved Monitor

This 23.8-inch monitor uses a curved display panel that has a curvature rate of R1500, which is the most comfortable and suitable for a wide range of

Everything Google didn’t announce at I/O

Google I/O – the annual developer focused event – saw a wide-range of announcements, but kept plenty in the locker. Here’s what was missing. Google

Amber Plus Review

The Amber Plus Pro by Latticework describes itself as a Cloud NAS providing edge computing with a cloud-like service. In reality, it is a NAS