It’s difficult to tell right off the bat just how much “better” one laptop is than other. You get the main specs, like display size, the CPU model inside, the oh-so-thinness of the chassis; however it’s easy to identify the … Continue reading →
Mobile devices have become our best buddies. We’re addicted to our iPhones, tablets, and laptops. Anything that can be with us, right by our side at all times, is ideal for our on-the-go lives. But in all honesty, why on … Continue reading →
In between working on the “world’s thinnest tablet” and developing the world’s smallest 13-inch notebook, Dell has been busy adding some pretty sweet upgrades to their mid-range products as well. While the record-setting devices are nice, not everyone can afford … Continue reading →
So you open your laptop to discover a troll sneaked into your place last night and decided to play soccer with your LCD screen. Bummer. Luckily, replacing LCDs is not so difficult of a task, that most beginners handle it … Continue reading →
People have been imagining the various possibilities of Microsoft’s Kinect sensor ever since the device came out in 2010. Some of those visions will soon be coming to fruition this year now that PrimeSense, the makers of the Kinect sensor, … Continue reading →
The term LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) can refer to both CCFL and LED type screens. The LCD, simply put, is the top part of the display. The CCFL or LED is what lights up (or backlights) the LCD to make the display visible.
When super lithium-ion batteries become common-place in mobile devices, it should be possible to go for days without re-charging for some devices, and twenty-four to thirty hours on a charge for a 2013 thin-and-light ultrabook or ultrathin laptop.
Practice saying "convergence", because you will be experiencing more of it. That is particularly true because ultrathins and the Intel-branded sub-set of "Ultrabooks" will use Windows 8 later this year, which will include the touch-centric Metro UI designed specifically for mobile devices.