This portable 15.6-inch USB-C touch screen has a clever folding case and a built-in battery. It gives you more screen room and has a lot of features, but the user interface is confusing.
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This thin and light touch-screen has a sleek design, but the resolution is moderate and extras put the price up.
Mainly that the new Surface Pro has security features on by default even though it isn't a Secured-core PC
The Infinity interchangeable magnetic cable supports USB-C Power Delivery up to 100W, but that doesn't mean you can just plug in and charge everything.
My Core i7 model is a little too toasty for the full getup but it looks fabulous in a Toast leather skin.
With two USB 3.1 ports, HDMI and an SD card slot, this useful hub will bring a laptop with single USB-C port up to ultrabook spec.
Microsoft's RTL contributions move the Open Compute Project from servers and racks to covering entire systems.
I got to try out the first pair of Surface Headphones to reach the UK. I'm impressed.
What sounds better: headphones that try to be neutral or headphones that try to match your ears perfectly?
This solid typewriter-inspired keyboard is a pleasure to use as well as a joy to look at. Steampunk enthusiasts will love it.