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American Football used to be so old school, when there was a replay review underway, the referee used to cover himself up with a hood whilst staring at an archaic monitor as if he were attending a peep show. Things have changed, at a recent Hall of Fame game between the Dallas Cowboys and Arizona Cardinals, the referee stood proudly as he peered into the screen of a slightly modified Microsoft Surface.

  • August 14, 2017
  • Sharat
  • Lenovo
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We all know that Lenovo is one of the most innovative PC makers in the world and nowhere is this more evident than the impending release of the Lenovo Yoga 920. According to sources at the company, the Lenovo Yoga 920 will be powered by the 8th Generation Intel Coffee Lake processors. Not much is known about Intel’s latest range of CPU’s and this means the release window is perhaps a little confusing.

There are gaming laptops and then there is Alienware which is in a class of its own. Gaming laptops are far from being a new invention and every brand seeks to differentiate their products from their rivals in terms of looks as well as gaming experience. It is hard to leave a lasting impression in a monochrome market but that is where Alienware machines differ. They have a unique look and feel and the gaming experience is fabulous. Here is a review of the Alienware 15.

  • July 28, 2017
  • Sharat
  • Lenovo
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It can be extremely difficult for PC makers to sell a brand-new PC model. More often than not in order to shift the model, the manufacturer has to offer crazy form factors combined with amazing specifications. The latest ThinkPad X1 Yoga from Lenovo offers both of those things and more. Lenovo has  chosen to rely on the amazing capabilities of Cortana and is promoting its features  in the context of a business environment for the Yoga X1.

It’s not easy to select the right notebook, but when it comes to picking the perfect gaming laptop, things get significantly harder. Aside from specs such as storage drives, graphics cards and processors, you need to think about the X factor that each manufacturer adds to its system including design, software, keyboards and even warranty. If you are going to spend in excess of $1,000, the brand matters just as much as the specs and features. In order to help you choose well, the top nine gaming laptop brands were evaluated and given a score on a 100-point scale and here are the results.

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