Pen-based computing died a cold hard death once consumers embraced touch, but following on the moderate success of Microsoft's Surface Pro line, Toshiba seems to think there may really be an appetite for pens again.
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Windows 8 was rebuilt from the ground up with a finger-friendly focus. That proved to be a problem during the operating system's early days. In the months immediately after launch, touchscreen Windows devices cost an arm and a leg, and that's if you ...
Windows 8 may have just launched, but the Windows Store is already going full steam ahead, according to Microsoft.
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For a company with no tablet and no smartphones, HP's insistence that it was focused on the consumerisation of IT left journalists at its global influencer summit a little nonplussed. However, the elitebook folio, with an innovative 'slice' battery t...
HP has promised that it's new range of laptops and desktops, announced in Shanghai yesterday, will be entirely free of 'crapware'. HP clarified further, saying that there will be no trial ware, no malware and no crapware on the systems. HP's new ran...
Intel's Ivy Bridge processors, which are expected to feature in new MacBook Pros, may ship on 23 April. This could mean a new MacBook Pro could launch as early as Tuesday 24 April.
HP showed off it's new consumer product range to journalists and retailers today in Auckland. The selection of laptops and all-in-one desktops will be in retail stores in three-to-six months, HP's spokesperson Jessica Rangi estimated.
Remember netbooks? Those inexpensive, highly portable, long-battery-life laptops made primarily for lightweight tasks like web browsing? Netbook sales have declined. In the United States, sales have dropped precipitously since 2010, and the trend in ...
The first Ultrabooks will be launched in the 2011 holiday season, based around existing 2nd Generation Intel Core processors (formerly codenamed ‘Sandy Bridge’), Intel announced today. Some models are expected to retail for less than US$1...
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