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ASUS VivoBook Flip TP501U review: versatility packs a punch

 It’s tough to beat a convertible, 2-in-1 laptop for versatility. You get a laptop, tablet and everything in between in a single device. With the ASUS VivoBook Flip TP501U, you also get a big, Full HD display, a Core i7 CPU and Nvidia’s 940M graphics card, making this convertible laptop a compelling combination of versatility and power.

Review: Star Wars ™ Special Edition Laptop by HP

Today we’ll take a look at HP’s new Star Wars ™ Special Edition Laptop and what this package has to offer for the growing number of Star Wars fans out there.

Get Windows 10 set up quickly and learn how to use...

Windows 10 has just been released and many people are saying this is the most important offering from Microsoft in many years. It is packed with amazing new features. Geek Squad has a range of services related to helping you get started with Windows 10, quickly and hassle free.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 review

Samsung thinks it may have put together the right formula in the Galaxy Tab S4 to deliver real productivity with all the consumer frills you could ask for.

Top gaming laptops for back to school

Because gaming and school may mean your laptop has to do double-duty, I put together a list of the top gaming laptops for back to school.

What you need to build your own PC

These are the components you need to build your own PC, and the factors you need to consider when planning the custom computer.

Enter for a chance to win a trip to the Intel...

Tell us which amazing computer available at Best Buy is perfect for you for your chance to win a VIP trip to the Intel Extreme Masters gaming tournament in Chicago.

How to enjoy being at home with the kids

Discover ways to use tech to have fun with your kids during your time at home, from video games to board games, cooking parties, bike adventures, and more.

Eurocom Commander Laptop review

Eurocom's Enterprise Class welcomes the Commander. A serious working class laptop with a gaming side, it's a surprise from the boardroom to the games room.

How far have you gone to keep peripherals relevant?

It is not at all uncommon to be reluctant to replace your gadgets. Reasons can range from budgetary concerns, comfort and familiarity with what you already know, or even sentimental value. We have a tendency to want to hold on to what we have for as long as we can. With gadgets this can most often extend to our peripherals. While people often understand the virtue or replacing a computer, for example, they will often do so while holding on to the same printer, scanner, monitor, keyboard and mouse for many years, through the lifecycle of several computers. Of course this isn’t always as easy as it sounds, and there can be some challenges in store for those wanting to continue using certain peripherals as they change to newer computers over the years. It can become difficult to see the advantages to upgrading to something new rather than holding on to what you already have as long as it’s working too. Let’s take a look at some common peripherals and some of the challenges involved with keeping the old, as well as some of the benefits of upgrading to something newer.

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