computing

Asus CES 2021: New ROG gaming laptops announced at CES

The Asus CES 2021 announcements have begun, as the computing manufacturer revealed a bunch of new gaming laptops with wacky designs and all-powerful specs.  The

Gigabyte new AORUS, AERO laptops flaunt GeForce RTX 30 graphics

CES is always a time to reveal new products and even the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t powerful enough to stop that. It has been a big

HP launches its first ever true wireless earbuds at CES 2021

HP unveiled tons of new products at CES 2021 today. The majority of these announcements involved the new and updated laptops and monitors coming to HP’s line-up

Winners and Losers: Ryzen, Ampere and Apple Silicon duke it out for computing’s top slot

It’s been a busy year in the computing world, with a number of outstanding devices hitting stores throughout 2020 from ground-breaking laptops to graphics cards

M1-powered 13-inch MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, Mac Mini now available at Beyond the Box

Beyond the Box has announced the availability and pricing of Apple’s latest M1-powered MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and Mac Mini. The new Mac lineup is

High-end tablet takedown: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet vs. Microsoft Surface Pro

Lenovo’s ThinkPad line remains one of the most-recognized brands in computing, known for its solid build quality and excellent keyboards. The company has leveraged the

Microsoft Surface and servers may be next to dump Intel for in-house ARM chips

Intel’s breakup with Apple may only be the start of the chip-maker’s problems, with Microsoft rumored to be planning a similar strike out for independence

Silicon Power US70 M.2 NVMe SSD Review

Silicon Power’s US70 is one of the cheapest PCIe 4.0 SSDs on the market, offering up to 5GBps of throughput for those just looking to

HP Spectre x360 vs. Microsoft Surface Book 2

One of the hottest high-end laptop comparisons we made in 2017 was pitting the HP Spectre x360 against the Microsoft Surface Book 2. Both are

Asus ZenBook S vs. Dell XPS 13

There’s a race going on in the laptop space to see who can pack the most into the tiniest chassis. Dell started it all with

Is now a good time to buy a MacBook Pro? We’ll help you decide

Now that Apple has unveiled the first of its new Macs using its in-house silicon, it’s time to look at the lineup and answer that

Netlist NS1552 NVMe M.2 SSD Review

Earlier this year, Netlist added an M.2 NVMe to its portfolio of SSD in the form of the Netlist NS1552. The new SSD is all

Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti leak reveals another high-end GPU no one can buy

Nvidia may be working on a new GPU that is expected to topple the GeForce RTX 3080 in terms of performance. A leaked list of

Surface Laptop 4: Everything we know so far about Microsoft’s next laptop

Microsoft usually refreshes its Surface hardware every October, typically focusing on both the Surface Pro and Surface Laptop. But this fall, we didn’t see the

ThinkPad X1 Carbon vs. ThinkPad T490

Lenovo has a few classes of ThinkPad laptops, each aimed at different types of people. The X1 Carbon is an example of a ThinkPad aimed

MORANGE M1 Pro Review – Handheld 3-Axis Gimbal Vlog Camera

MORANGE M1 Pro Handheld 3-Axis Stabilized Gimbal Vlog Camera fits perfectly in your hand, bag, or pocket so that you can take it anywhere. When your

Acer Aspire 5 (A514-54) review – budget Tiger Lake laptops are coming

The medium-budget Aspire lineup of devices has been updated with the Tiger Lake processors by Intel. This provides quite a substantial upgrade, especially on the

Intel Rocket Lake: Everything we know about the next-gen CPUs

Intel’s 11th-generation Rocket Lake desktop CPUs will be team blue’s answer to AMD’s Zen 3 chips, and they’re going to be an interesting bridge between

Getac B360 review

According to its website, Getac was formed in 1989 as a joint venture with GE Aerospace to supply defence electronics. It has since focused on

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold review – the first foldable laptop has a lot to prove

Once upon a time, the laptop was revolutionary. It was something never seen before – you could bring your computing on the go. And through

Apple MacBook Air vs. HP Spectre x360 13

In the past, Apple’s MacBook Air was the definition of a thin and light laptop with an awesome keyboard and a great battery. Today it

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 3 vs. Dell XPS 15

Small laptops are great, but for a blend of productivity and portability, 15-inch models are perfect. Two of the best manufacturers for laptops of that

Nvidia GTX 1660 Super vs. GTX 1660 Ti vs. GTX 1660

For all the focus on Nvidia’s new high-end RTX 3000 cards, there are still plenty of great affordable graphics cards in the GTX 16-serines. That’s

How to take a screenshot using a Microsoft Surface

Whether you want to capture friends and relatives making funny faces on Skype or need accessible photos of online resources or programs, screenshots benefit users

Intel Core i3 vs. Core i5 CPUs

As impressive as Intel’s high-end Core i7 and Core i9 CPUs are, the value of performance per dollar is much better on the lower end

2022 BMW iX All-Electric Crossover Brings 500 HP, 300-Mile Range, And Tons Of Computing Power

It was two years ago when BMW first revealed their plans for an all-electric crossover concept called the Vision iNext, which looked like a proper

13-inch MacBook Pro M1 review: Amazing breakthroughs in processing and battery performance

Testing shows remarkable performance benefits when using native software. For years, it’s been iPhone this, iPhone that. And for good reason. But now, the Mac—the

Apple MacBook Air M1 (late 2020) review: A computing revolution

The MacBook Air’s M1 chip gives it MacBook Pro-like power and amazing battery life The new MacBook Air with M1 redefines the MacBook Air as

Meet the new Mac, same as the old Mac

It’s the same Mac you’ve always known. The Mac is dead…long live the Mac! Last week marked two major shifts in Apple’s personal computing platform:

MacBook Air M1 Quick Look: unbelievable results

The first MacBook Air powered by Apple’s first M1 Silicon has started shipping and there’s reason to be excited, even if you’re not a MacBook