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There have been surprisingly few spec rumours surrounding the Surface Pro 5. One concrete update that has been shared by the well regarded German Microsoft Blog Dr. Windows suggests that the latest version of the Surface range of products will support eSIM for its March release. Dr. Windows is reporting that Microsoft has struck up a partnership with Transatel, a global mobile provider. Together the companies will sell eSIM packages on the Microsoft Store.

  • January 14, 2017
  • Sharat
  • Lenovo
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Lenovo is launching a slew of new upgrades to its ThinkPad laptops and peripherals to ring in the new year. This includes the launching of updates to the T- range of ThinkPad’s as well as a brand-new hybrid system, the ThinkPad Yoga 370. The laptops that are set to be released will all be powered by Intel’s latest series of processor, dubbed Kaby Lake. The laptops are targeted at both companies and consumers alike. The Yoga 370 for example, is a convertible laptop with a 13-inch screen that feature’s Lenovo’s 360-degree hinge.

The latest iteration of Dell’s XPS 13 laptop has been listed on the company’s website in anticipation of this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES). It would seem the new XPS 13 is a 2-in-1 with an edge-to-edge display. CES started on January 5th and it is widely expected that during the show, Dell will unveil a whole host of new products at the event and the centrepiece will obviously be the new XPS 13 2-in-1.

It is expected that the highly anticipated Surface Pro 5 will be released by Microsoft during the first quarter of 2017. The launch has been delayed because a number of important components such as the processors will only arrive in December and early 2017. The technology giant has dubbed the Surface Pro the “ultimate mobile computer” and intends to make use of the Snapdragon 835 chip from Qualcomm to turn the device into what can only be described as a superb mobile computer.

  • December 21, 2016
  • Sharat
  • Reviews
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The latest XPS 13 which is powered by the Kaby Lake processor from Intel is impressive just like its predecessors. The ultrabook comes with a 13.3-inch InfinityEdge display which means there is virtually no bezel on the top or sides of the screen. What this means in practice is that whilst the laptop feels small and is incredibly portable, there is still plenty of screen real estate to work with. If you compare the XPS 13 to all other similarly sized laptops, it has the smallest surface area.

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