The mini-tablet market gets yet another entry.
Laptops & Desktops
John Morris and Sean Portnoy deliver straight talk about notebook and desktop computers.
John Morris is a former executive editor at CNET Networks and senior editor at PC Magazine.
Sean Portnoy is a former executive editor at Computer Shopper magazine and editor at CNET Networks.
While the P3 converts to a Windows 8 tablet, the R7 offers a hinged display that can be moved to a variety of viewing positions.
The new quad-core and six-core chips cost under $150, while the company cuts pricing on 10 other CPUs.
Where will the next big leaps in performance and power efficiency come from? Increasingly, the industry is looking toward a concept known as heterogeneous computing to save the day. This week, AMD revealed new features of its Heterogeneous Systems Architecture.
The S431 is a bit more fashion-forward than its siblings, while the new Edge models continue the staid ThinkPad tradition.
The demand for more performance and features has traditionally kept the PC from falling too far, too fast. Those days may now be ending, hastened by cheap tablets. The industry is responding with new platforms for low-cost laptops and tablets running Windows 8 and Android.
The two new Windows 8 notebooks are launched at the same time the company announces that all of its PCs will be sold under the ATIV brand.
Packing a pair of Radeon HD 7970 GPUs and 6GB of DDR5 memory, the new card competes against Nvidia's GeForce GTX 690 behemoth.
The world's first 2.5-inch mobile drives this thin weigh 36 percent less than their 9mm siblings and come in 500GB capacities.
More details have emerged about the ROG Raidr Express line of solid-state storage, which was first spotted at CES in January.