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  • December 14, 2017
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How low can the price of an ultra-affordable laptop go? Take Lenovo’s IdeaPad 120s 11.6-inch notebook which you can buy for less that $350. The model comes with just 2GB of RAM and 64GB of eMMC Flash storage. The laptop comes with USB-C and a couple of USB 3.0 ports to boot. It has both a sleek and compact chassis and you can choose between Denim Blue or Mineral Grey. The IdeaPad 120s comes with a luxurious IPS screen which has a very decent resolution and wide viewing angles. This laptop is a great go-to machine for everyday apps and an ideal candidate if you are buying a child a laptop and want a Windows machine instead of a Chromebook.

  • December 7, 2017
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Recently Dell launched an all-in-one desktop from its Precision range of machines dubbed the Precision 5720. Dell says the new desktop is one of the most powerful all-in-one workstation’s in the world. Once you go through the specs of the desktop, you would probably be inclined to agree. It is clear Dell is targeting the

Recently Microsoft announced when it would begin shipping its Surface Pro product that supports LTE Advanced. The development of the product is important for a Windows device that is powered by a Snapdragon processor because it will define the market for always connected laptops. This capability has been around for more than a decade now but has failed to garner widespread adoption. Even though we all have mobile devices that are always connected, many of us still think of PC’s more as hard-wired devices that do not always require an internet connection.

In 2015 the then Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Balmer made the extraordinary claim that only Microsoft could provide serious competition to Apple when it comes to hardware. Since then Microsoft’s mobile business has died but the company continues to be committed to its Surface range of products and considers the device as the ultimate laptop. Creative Strategies polled 1,300 consumers in the United States about their favourite brand of PC’s in both the work and personal settings and there were some interesting results.

  • November 14, 2017
  • Sharat
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Recently Lenovo announced its biggest rise in quarterly revenue since 2015 and has chosen to celebrate the milestone by revealing it would purchase 51 per cent of Fujitsu Computers PC business. Two years ago, Fujitsu chose to spin off its laptops and desktop business which were producing huge losses. The company also committed to jettisoning other parts of the company that were not making money. Now it would seem Lenovo has stepped in to acquire a controlling interest in the PC business for US$157 million in cash.

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