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Gigabyte unleashes the beast with its super thin Aorus X7 gaming laptop

Gigabyte unleashes the beast with its super thin Aorus X7 gaming laptop

When it comes to PC gaming, laptops tend to be chunky and heavy machines that are nothing near portable. While we have seen competitors try to battle Dell’s Alienware subsidy with thinner machines, such as Razer’s Blade notebook, nothing can seem to hit the right balance of power, portability, and price. Gigabyte intends to help change that with their latest gaming machine, the Aorus X7...

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Dell launches new Precision M3800 Laptop and knows how to flaunt design

Dell launches new Precision M3800 Laptop and knows how to flaunt design

Dell has really been stepping up the design of their machines, which has certainly brightened our view of the company’s future, along with the future appeal of Windows. Today, Dell has announced a brand new Prevision workstation – and wow, it is beautiful. The new Dell Precision M3800 is a 15-inch workstation with an ultra-high 3200 x 1800 multitouch display and a thin 0.7 Inch form...

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Microsoft patents transparent laptop display with the ability to project holograms

Microsoft patents transparent laptop display with the ability to project holograms

Microsoft seems to be on the roll with futuristic patents lately. In addition to the augmented reality gaming glasses that were filed by the company, another patent has come to light for a laptop with a transparent display. According to the patent, a small projector attached to the base of the unit would be able to display floating 3D images in midair. These images would appear as...

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ASUS VivoBook S400, an attractively priced ultrabook with a touchy-feely screen

ASUS VivoBook S400, an attractively priced ultrabook with a touchy-feely screen

ASUS has launched (and will be launching) multiple products that run Windows RT / 8. A family of laptops branded under the VivoBook umbrella, the S200 and S400, are solutions for those who require a light, thin notebook that sport touch screens and all the bells and whistles for Windows 8. We recently invested in an S400 to see what all the fuss is about with this mid-range notebook. We...

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