Samsung's Series 9 notebooks, have been competent but expensive counters to Apple's Macbook Air. But with the new wave of Ivy Bridge Ultrabooks in the market, will this year's Series 9 take the crown? We find out how this strong contender fares.
The Envy 4 is one of the most affordable notebooks in HP's traditionally premium Envy range. And with discrete graphics, a built-in subwoofer and a 14-inch screen, it's certainly one of the most feature packed offerings out there. But is it really as good as it seems? Read on to find out.
Lenovo revealed to us just what will help them displace HP as the world's biggest PC manufacturer - a new and refreshed line-up of Think machines. We check out their business class reinforcements with a number of new desktops, AIOs and notebooks launched locally.
At a press event held in downtown San Francisco today, Microsoft's CEO Steve Ballmer has taken the stage to unveil the company's next major version of its office productivity application suite. Yes, 'Office 15' is Office 2013. Find out more about it right after the jump.
The Sony Vaio T is the company's first true Ultrabook, and it comes straight to us with an Ivy Bridge processor. But will Sony's late entry into the Ultrabook segment mean they'll be playing catch-up? We find out.
Last year's HP Pavilion dv6 (2011) displayed a good mix of power, and affordability. But will the Ivy Bridge update and design refresh for this year's new dv6 improve on an already well rounded notebook? We find out in this detailed review of its improvements and if it can still impress.
A bootable thumb drive that can run Windows 8 on almost any PC, any number of times? That's what Windows To Go is all about and we detail the finer matters from how it works, to requirements and initial experience.
Dell added two new models to their Ultrabook range this week. Joining last year's XPS 13 is its bigger brother, the XPS 14 and the student-targeted Inspiron 14z. Dell brought both models down to the HardwareZone offices for us to take a closer look. Find out more inside!
It's been almost a year since Razer first showed off its Razer Blade gaming laptop in August 2011 (more than a year, if you're counting it as a continuation of the Switchblade concept first seen at CES in January 2011) but it will finally be launching in Singapore on 14th June with a hefty pricetag of S$3999.99.
Overwhelmed by the sea of Apple WWDC news? Here's a roundup of the major announcements - find out which rumors turned out to be true.