Daniel Rubino is the Executive Editor of Windows Central, head reviewer, podcast co-host, and analyst. He has been covering Microsoft here since 2007, back when this site was called WMExperts (and later Windows Phone Central). His interests include Windows, Microsoft Surface, laptops, next-gen computing, and arguing with people on the internet.
The Orochi V2 is the sequel to the hit 2012 original Orochi travel gaming mouse, and a lot has changed for the better.
A lot of the press is laughing at Apple's new iMac, but the pricing and value are the real stories here.
Featuring newish AMD Ryzen 4000 processors, Surface Laptop 4 15-inch finally realizes its performance potential, but some things keep it from being perfect.
If you think Microsoft bringing Surface Duo to more commercial markets is a disappointment, you're overthinking things.
Edge's new Canary version is now available from Google Play, and it is now mostly feature-parity with the desktop version.
For those who live in Teams or Zoom meetings all day, Microsoft's latest accessories will help you stay connected and are priced right too
Microsoft is giving its Surface Laptop line a refresh with new processors, an Ice Blue color, and more configurations. They go on sale starting today.
With a $22 billion contract under its belt, Microsoft is currently the only company in the world making money on mixed reality, and that's a big deal.
If you're knee-deep in the Razer ecosystem, the new Razer Laptop Stand Chroma V2 is the perfect addition to make your laptop like a desktop
LG has revised its nearly one-of-a-kind Gram 17 Ultrabook with an updated Intel 11th Gen CPU, new colors, and some welcomed improvements.
Does Microsoft's Teams for personal use stand a chance? Too much competition and not enough passion suggests it doesn't.
Microsoft's dual-screen Surface Duo is now getting its March 2021 security patch ... and likely other fixes in tow.
Game on as CHERRY and Alienware bring full mech switches to the m15 r5 and m17 r4 mobile gaming PCs.
Dell's latest UltraSharp monitor brings an enjoyable 16:10 viewing experience for your daily work that also acts as a hub.
Dell's premium creator's desktop fits nicely into a well-packaged 19-liter case, but it also delivers a punch thanks to its RTX 3070 graphics and Intel processor.
Featuring Bluetooth, open-audio, and blue light filtering lenses (and polarized sunglasses), the new Razer Anzus are perfect for a connected life.
Microsoft's new Mesh platform takes holoportation from just a sci-fi idea to actuality, letting people virtually collaborate in ways like never before.
With a STARVIS low-light sensor, USB 3.0 support, and a new level of image sharpness, the Kiyo Pro looks to be a killer webcam for work or play.
HyperX brings its excellent Alloy Origins to market in a new tiny 60 percent design with excellent results.
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