Have you wondered how the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 stays cool? Read on to find out more!
Microsoft has just announced the new Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book. The two are fundamentally different devices, but they are also so similar in some ways. Don't know which to pick? Let us help.
After creating what it thinks is the best tablet in the Surface Pro, Microsoft set out to create the ultimate laptop. The result is the Surface Book, an incredibly powerful 13.5-inch laptop with an equally incredible hinge design. Here are our first impressions.
After nailing down the form factor and the key feature set, Microsoft's main focus with the Surface Pro 4 is simply to make a better Surface Pro 3. And it has succeeded. Let's take a closer look.
6th-gen Intel Core i5 or Core i7 processor, up to 1TB of internal storage and 16GB RAM, Intel HD 520 graphics, optional discrete NVIDIA GeForce graphics, integrated backlit keyboard, glass trackpad - there's really a lot to like about Microsoft first laptop.
Prices start from S$1,338 for the most basic model with Intel Core M3 processor, 4GB RAM, and 128GB internal storage. The highest-end config will set you back S$3,278.
Featuring Windows 10 Pro, a fast 6th-gen Intel Core M, Core i5, or Core i7 processor, a high-res 12.3-inch PixelSense Display, and a better Surface Pen, the Surface Pro 4 outshines its predecessor in every way.
With Skylake's recent release, more and more manufacturers are releasing new notebooks that make use of Intel's newest processors. Acer's no different, announcing three brand new notebooks in their Aspire series that makes use of Intel's latest chip.
AMD has unveiled its new 2015 line-up of mobile and desktop PRO A-series processors. The new processors boast significant improvements in graphics, compute and multi-threaded performance and are already available on systems from HP and Lenovo.
The newest version of Mac OS X, 10.11 or ‘El Capitan’, will be available later today, for free. Should you upgrade to OS X El Capitan? What do you have to look forward to if you do?