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Aorus launches X7 and X5S gaming laptops

Aorus has been making quite the name for itself in the gaming notebook space and today, it is expanding its range with the X7 and X5S, bringing raw power in an extremely slim design with Intel Skylake processors, Nvidia graphics and the option for a 4K UHD display. The X5S …

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AMD Radeon M400-series to arrive in April

The first batch of 400-series graphics chips from AMD are set to arrive as soon as April, though these will be mobile variants for laptops and tablets. The reveal was made by Lenovo, which will be launching a new range of YOGA notebooks in the next couple of months featuring …

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Fujitsu develops ultra-thin heat-pipes to cool-down mobile devices

Fujitsu Laboratories this week said that it had developed ultra-thin loop heat-pipe technology that could be used inside ultra-mobile electronics, such as smartphones or tablets. Fujitsu expects the new heat-pipes to enable portable devices with higher-performance system-on-chips inside. Modern application processors for mobile devices have gained tremendous amount of performance …

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Tablets are ‘crashing’, PC business is ‘reviving’ – chief exec of Best Buy

In the recent years it became common for high-technology industry leaders to complain about slow PC sales and praise booming sales of tablets and smartphones. Apparently, the situation changed drastically in the recent months. After Microsoft ceased to support its Windows XP operating system, not only enterprises, but also consumers started …

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MSI Shows Off New Gaming Notebooks

Earlier this week KitGuru was invited to attend the launch event for MSI’s new range of gaming notebooks. Star of the show was the debutant GS60 which is the lightest and thinnest 15.6″ gaming notebook on the market. But before gorging on the glamorous GS60, let’s outline the key features …

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Tablets to outsell laptops within 4 years

The move from desktop to laptop was gradual. Given that we’ve had portable computing solutions since 1981, it took until the last part of 2008 before the laptop became the dominant PC life form. The latest research shows that Apple’s forte will take a lot less time to pass laptops. …

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60,000 laptops burn to a crisp

If you find yourself easily attached to electronics on an emotional level (and I’m not just talking about those times when you stroke the side of your iPad with lust in your eyes and whisper, “I love you so much baby”); first of all, you should probably seek professional help! …

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Apple is considering a 14-inch MacBook Air

Apparently Apple is seriously thinking about producing a 14-inch sized MacBook Air with primary motivation for this sized notebook stemming from the Asia market. It’s been determined that Asians are particularly fond of 14-inch notebooks and this size makes up between 35 and 40% of the total notebook market across Asia, …

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Ivy Bridge reportedly to launch with reduced pricing

A short time after hearing of supposed lengthy delays in bringing Ivy Bridge chips to market, it’s since been more positive news for Intel’s third generation, 22nm based Core processors. It came to light a short time after rumours first begun circulating about Ivy Bridge not arriving in the flesh …

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