At its Computex keynote, Intel gave us a glimpse of the future with it's impressive Skylake reference devices. The big story is high-end specs, ridiculously slim form factors. We've not seen an all-in-one as thin as this before, not least one packing a 4K touch display. That's probably the showstopper, but the 2-in-1 shown off is no slouch, comprising a super-thin tablet with a...
Dell's Computex product lineup includes a couple of new Inspiron all-in-ones that offer that experience but without breaking the bank. Slim, attractive and well spec'd for the price, they'll be on sale in the U.S. and Asia later this year.
Acer's new Predator X34 is billed as a gaming monitor, but it's pretty spectacular whatever your needs. 34-inches of curved, high-resolution goodness with NVIDIA G-Sync technology. Made only better by adding more of them.
ASUS brought its big guns to Computex, and one of the stars of the show is its brand new all-in-one PC. There are still some details we don't know, but we did at least get a chance to ogle it live from Taipei.
We're in Taipei for the big ASUS press conference today, where we're expecting to see a host of new devices of various shapes and sizes from the Taiwanese manufacturer. ASUS is a big player across multiple device categories, and with Computex being such a huge show for PC vendors, we're sure to see some interesting stuff. The company promises a 'Zensational' event, if you'll excuse the...
At Computex in its native Taiwan, ASUS has unveiled a new line of high-end all-in-one PCs, the Zen AiO. Combining premium unibody design and some serious internals, the Zen AiO will look great while it's churning out whatever you're sending its way.
We're live in Taipei, Taiwan for this year's Computex show where the likes of Microsoft, Intel, ASUS and many more manufacturers besides will be talking about and showing off their latest products. We're here all week so join us, it's going to be a good one!
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It's the end of the month, and that can only mean one thing: It's time for the Mobile Nations Community Update! As always, we're about to take a look at the happenings around our network, including Android Central, Connectedly, CrackBerry, iMore, and Windows Central.
In case you haven't heard, getgeeked is coming to San Francisco on June 11th and here at Windows Central we are absolutely thrilled to be the lead media partner for their first West Coast event! So thrilled in fact, that we've teamed up with them to give away a simplicam home surveillance camera and a Logitech Keys-To-Go keyboard to kick things off. More on that giveaway coming later....
Alongside its Windows based hardware announcements, Lenovo has also announced its Cast streaming device at Tech World in Beijing. With Miracast and DLNA support, you'll be streaming to the big screen from your mobile devices in no time.