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October 2016, was big for Microsoft. The company introduced its first desktop PC. At the same time, it completely redefined the All-in-One PC. The Surface Studio is the computer that accomplished both of these milestones, and here’s another: the Surface Studio will be available for pre-order at Best Buy starting March 29.
Vinyl is hot. It defies reason, at a time when streaming is king and music sales continue to slide, but record sales hit 25-year highs last year. The Electrohome Signature Music System is an all-in-one compact stereo that will scratch your itch for vintage music.
We are entering into a new era of computing, with applications like virtual reality, 4K video editing and Ultra HD gaming pushing the need for more powerful CPUs. AMD’s answer began rolling out in March: AMD Ryzen processors. Here’s what you need to know about these new multi-core, multi-threading powerhouses.
On its own, Microsoft’s Surface Pro is an excellent and high-powered tablet. However, if you want to take your Surface experience to the next level—even replacing your laptop—accessories are key to taking full advantage of its capabilities.
The paperless office is far from a reality, so you’re going to need a printer for a while now. I just bought the HP Envy 7640 All-In-One wireless inkjet printer and have been using it for the past month. Here’s my review on an excellent printer for the money.
The ASUS VivoBook Max X541UA isn’t about being ultra-compact, streaming 4K video or dominating at mobile PC gaming. However, what you do get is a full-sized Windows laptop with an Intel Core i5 CPU that costs about the same as the last iPad I bought. Intrigued? Here’s my review.
Decided to move to a professional quality tablet, perhaps as a laptop replacement? The big question facing many people considering making this move is a tough one: Surface Pro or iPad Pro? Picking the wrong one can be a frustrating (and expensive) mistake. In this post, I’ll try to help you make the right choice.
One of the big stories from this year’s Consumer Electronics Show was the official launch of Intel’s full line-up of 7th generation “Kaby Lake” computer processors. Read on to learn the scoop about what the new CPUs will mean for laptops and computers hitting shelves in 2017.