Nearly 60 percent of computers sold in 2011 were notebooks of one kind or another — desktop PCs, by contrast, accounted for less than 30 percent. Over the years, laptops have become generally slimmer, lighter and less power-hungry, and they will remain the staple tool of business workforces worldwide for the foreseeable future.
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Bill Detwiler cracks open the Motorola Xyboard 10.1. Inside the Android tablet, he found hardware from Motorola, Samsung, Qualcomm, and others.
Razer, probably best known for its gaming mice, is entering the laptop market with the $2,799 Blade premium, gaming laptop.
The National Australia Bank (NAB) is looking to smarten up its branches going forwards, and last month unveiled its very first concept store in Melbourne. ZDNet Australia went to take a look behind the scenes at the branch's mix of smart self-service technology and open-plan design.
CES 2012 showed off a dazzling display of the latest tech toys designed to add fun for the users and stuff the pockets of the manufacturers - updated Thursday.
There are a number of keyboard solutions for iOS and Android devices and the latest model from ZAGG supports both of these leading smartphone and tablet platforms.
In 2011 tablets have proved that they are much more than a gimmick and threaten to become the mobile device of choice.
Latest tablets from Motorola and Verizon, both with LTE 4G
The AirBook is definitely the best looking MacBook Air clone that the Internet's ever seen. The fit and finish is eerily similar to the MacBook Air and would easily pass as one to most passers-by. The difference, of course, is that AirBook is a PC and thusly runs Windows.
From tablets to cameras, a variety of devices met their end in 2011. But will any be remembered?
Android is a very popular mobile operating system, especially with low cost tablets like the Amazon Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet available for less than $250. You can view, edit, and create Office documents with the six applications shown in this image gallery.
With the tablet becoming more and more commonplace, here are ten options for getting your kids in on the fun.
Bill Detwiler cracks open the Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet. Inside this Android-based tablet, he found hardware from Texas Instruments, SanDisk, and Hynix.
There are two new 7 inch Android-powered tablets entering the market, but at less than half the cost of what others previously sold for. They are media consumption devices and ebook readers with a portable form factor. They can both be loaded with all the same apps so it comes down to form factor, ecosystem, and the $50 price difference.
New tablets have hit the market week after week throughout 2011, but here are the 10 best that are worth your attention, and your money.
Bill Detwiler cracks open the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9. Inside this Android tablet, he found hardware from Samsung, Texas Instruments, and Broadcom.