On Monday, Apple held a press event where it has unveiled several new products, among which is the new MacBook Air 13 (2015). As we are still waiting for the teardown of 12-inch MacBook Air, the folks at iFixit have disassembled the 13-inch version.
The new 12-inch MacBook is interesting and definitely looks great but it might not see amazing sales early on. KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says that the new laptop is only going to reach 450,000 sales in its first few months. The low sales are due to its different...
Today, Google has decided to announce a new Chromebook Pixel (2015). Compared to the old Chromebook Pixel, there are not many changes. The general design is almost the same and it has the same OS, but inside the notebook there are plenty of changes in terms of hardware.
There are a lot of big changes with the new 12-inch MacBook and one of them is that the iconic glowing Apple logo is no longer on the device. Apple has been using a glowing logo on laptops since the PoweBook but now that logo is gone. The logo will only be shiny.
Apple revealed its new 12-inch MacBook on Monday and as had been reported, there is just one port on the laptop. The new MacBook has a 12-inch 2,305 x 1,400 Retina display, 13.1 mm aluminum design, and it is entirely fanless. The one port on the laptop is USB-C.
The saga of NVIDIA's mobile GPU overclocking continues. After disabling and then under the pressure of angry users re-enabling overclocking, the company and leading manufacturers of gaming laptops have decided to silently disable mobile GPU overclocking via BIOS.
Suppliers are already working on Retina displays for the next MacBook Air. The Wall Street Journal reports suppliers have been mass producing 12-inch Air displays that are of a higher resolution. WSJ claims the suppliers plan to ship a large number of displays in Q2.
A refreshed 13-inch MacBook Air has been leaked and it includes a new Broadwell chip from Intel. Chinese site Feng shows Apple is upgrading the Air with Broadwell but is changing very little overall. The refresh appears to have a 1.6 GHz 5250U CPU, and 4 GB of RAM.
The release date for Samsung's ATIV Book 9 is March 1. Samsung revealed the computer during last year's CES and now it is finally going to be released. The ATIV Book 9 is made of aluminum, only weighs 2.09 pounds, and is 0.46-inches thick. The laptop is light and thin.
Speaking with a small group of reporters at the ISSCC conference, AMD's CTO Mark Papermaster has revealed the company's plans regarding the increasingly popular Chromebooks. He said that they have no interest in Chromebooks, at least not until they get better specs.
Intel Atom processors are used at a broad range of devices including smartphones, tablets, notebooks and desktops, but are not considered as higher mid-range or high-end chips. Along with its improved performances, Intel plans to rebrand upcoming Atom chips.
To avoid another Superfish-like incident, Lenovo has plans to offer cleaner software on its computers in the future. An open letter from technical chief Peter Hortensius reveals Lenovo is looking into a few options that will help the company avoid bad software.
Google has confirmed a new Chromebook Pixel is officially on its way. An announcement pertaining to the new Chrome OS laptop was made during the Google TeamWork 2015 event and then the media reported on it. Google has said the Pixel is coming "out soon".
The 2011 MacBook Pro computers were almost a perfect product at the time, but some models come with unexpected issues - they were facing graphics problems. The issue was not confirmed by Apple and it ended with a class—action lawsuit against the company.
It's time for another look at the best deals available this week. This week's winner is the Asus X205TA, a 11.6" netbook with a Bay Trail chipset, 2GB RAM, and Windows 8.1. All this is up for grabs for only $149.99. We have listed several other notable deals as well.
Lenovo has released an automated tool, which removes the Superfish adware from its computers. Recently, it came to light that Lenovo has been installing the sketchy Superfish app in all its Windows PCs for consumers before shipping them out to its buyers.
Toshiba has announced that updated KIRA Ultrabook is going to be on the shelves by the end of the month and that will keep the same price tag as the last year's model. Everything remains the same except it features Intel's 5th generation i7 Broadwell processor range.
Acer Nitro Black Edition notebooks are a cheap way to purchase solid gaming notebook at a reasonable price. It doesn't have the best build quality, but instead it offers great performances at a good price and it becomes even better with new under the hood updates.
The Vaio Z and Vaio Z Canvas are two new notebooks launching from the Sony-free Vaio brand. Sony got rid of that brand and now Vaio is separate and launching entirely new products. Both new notebooks are capable of transforming in some way and aren't very inexpensive.
According to a report by Liliputing, Dell would soon begin offering a Ubuntu-flavored version of their new Broadwell-powered XPS 13 laptop. Unveiled at CES 2015, the new XPS 13 has the slimmest bezels we have ever seen on a 13-inch notebook, earning it a title.