Intel has all its marketing eggs in the 2-in-1 basket nowadays, but it wasn’t always so. Almost four years ago, during the last half of 2011, the first round of svelte and elegant ultrabooks started … Read More
Every now and then we come across a tablet that demands we sit up and take notice—not because it’s glamorous, fashionable, or made of nifty materials, but because of its quiet competence. That was the … Read More
Here in the summer of 2014, Asus went and updated its line of entry-level Android tablets, though it hasn’t changed the names of them very much. Two of the new models, the $149-list MeMO Pad … Read More
In early 2012, Asus was one of the very first tablet makers to release a slate built around Nvidia’s Tegra 3 quad-core processor—a metal-encased, … Read More
The technology scene has been anticipating the release of Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system for over a year, but the OS will hold few actual surprises— when it finally enters the world. (Preview versions have … Read More
In the highly competitive tablet market, the big news in early 2012 has been the emergence of Android 4.0â€“based slates. (You might also have heard about Android 4.0 via its code-name, “Ice Cream Sandwich,” or … Read More
It’s not every day that we see a whole new category of notebook computers emerge. Nonetheless, here in late 2011, off we go headfirst into the “ultrabook” era.
A few weeks before we looked at … Read More