What are some of the products and services that would define the tech industry this year? After the avalanche of announcements and product demos at CES 2016, we've much better clarity. Read on for our thoughts.
Just days ago, ASUS officially launched the ROG GX700 liquid-cooled gaming notebook to much fanfare. Find out more about this veritable beast of a gaming notebook after the jump!
What makes a truly premium gaming notebook? Is it a powerful graphics card and processor, or is some extra magic required? A dedicated liquid-cooling dock for instance? We pit the sheer extravagance of the ASUS ROG GX700 against the G752 to see how well a luxury gaming notebook really performs.
At IFA 2015 earlier this year, ASUS debuted the ROG GX700, a notebook with a water-cooling dock. It's finally here in our labs and we can't help but give you our quick first impressions of this monstrous machine!
Heard about Razer's super compact and light Ultrabook that was launched at CES 2016? We check it out up-close, see how the Razer Core desktop companion graphics enclosure works and share our preliminary comments.
The new Yoga 900S from Lenovo is the company’s thinnest and lightest convertible notebook ever. We check it out at CES 2016 to find out what’s new and great about this ultra-thin device.
Just days ago, Lenovo announced its new business-oriented ThinkPad X1 family of devices. Now that we are here at CES 2016, here's a closer look at some of them.
ASUS has updated its 17-inch gaming notebook offering with the new ROG G752. We check it out to see what this new model offers to gamers.
With Star Wars now showing in cinemas, HP has unleashed its Star Wars Special Edition notebook. Available now, we checked it out to see if the Force is strong with this one.
The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is Microsoft's latest standard bearer for its crusade to convince consumers that they don't necessarily have to make the choice between a tablet and laptop. Does it live up to its hype? We share our detailed experience with the latest darling from Microsoft.