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Review: Sharp’s AQUOS Crystal Has One Clear Advantage

While smaller companies keep trying to beat Apple and Samsung out for at least a level of brand recognition, for the most part, those two companies rule the roost while HTC, LG, and Motorola vie to keep up at the edges as Kyocera, ZTE, and Alcatel battle it out for the mid-range and low-end. With all […]

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Mac Users Finally Get A New Outlook

Microsoft recently released a new version of Outlook for Mac OS X users, for those with Office 365 subscriptions. Office for Mac was last updated in 2011, marking the first time Mac users had a version of the Outlook mail, calendar scheduling, and contact management application. (The previous equivalent to Outlook for Windows was called […]

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First Impressions: Upgrading From iPhone 5s To 6

Unless your home address is under a large rock in the middle of a desert, you’ve surely read or watched plenty of media coverage of Apple’s latest smartphone by now. However, I find myself reviewing the new iPhone 6 from the perspective of one who used the previous flagship phone, the iPhone 5s. In all […]

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Hands On With The Sharp Aquos Crystal From Sprint

Sprint hosted a “Take the Edge” off event in New York City the other day. There wasn’t too much mystery, especially when one got there and saw the Sharp logo all over the place. As predicted by almost every website, the new Sharp/Sprint device was a no-bezel device dubbed the Sharp Aquos Crystal. You might […]

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Review: Lenovo Entwines Two Product Lines With ThinkPad Yoga

Lenovo has traditionally had two laptop lines: the business-targeted ThinkPad line and the consumer-friendly IdeaPad line. Last year, Lenovo added the Yoga line. Coming in hybrid tablet and regular tablet flavors, the Yoga is a bit more of a consumer device and popular enough to inspire copycats. The suit and tie set need not feel […]

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Review: The LG G2, A Gorgeous Phone With Few Drawbacks

The G2 is LG’s latest Android handset making the rounds of all of the major carriers. It sports a sleek, slim design; a wide, bright screen; and lightning-fast LTE connectivity. Let’s see if all of those adjectives add up to a worthwhile phone. First Impressions The packaging is minimal. This Verizon branded demo unit came […]

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Review: StarTech S252SMTB3, Two Bay Thunderbolt HDD/SSD Enclosure

As many Apple Mac users will attest, the selection of Thunderbolt compatible peripherals on the market is still rather limited. StarTech launches its first attempt at offering a Thunderbolt device with the S252SMTB3, a two bay external drive enclosure. Retailing at $326.99, the device supports up to two 2.5 inch HDDs or SSDs with capacities […]

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Review: HP Wants You To Get To Work On The ProOne 600 G1

It’s been a while since Techcitement had an HP unit in house. The Z1 Workstation impressed us last year. That was a workstation though, which is a different animal from your typical desktop. Today though, Techcitement tackles the newest system sent to us: the ProOne 600 G1. Is there anything about it that separates it […]

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Review: Lenovo Takes Hybrids To The Next Level With The Yoga 2 Pro

When reviewing the Lenovo Yoga 11S, Techcitement noted that the otherwise nifty laptop/tablet hybrid suffered from being released after the debut of Haswell, Intel’s fourth generation I-series processor. While a Yoga 2 was announced at CES, it ‘s not out yet. What if you want Haswell power now? For the impatient, there’s the Lenovo Yoga […]

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CES 2014: Lenovo Teases With Tablets, Laptops, And More

Lenovo tends to show off impressive hardware every CES, leaving us waiting until the products actually hit the market. This year is no exception, with a slew of systems to make us positively quiver with anticipation. Unfortunately, we’ll have to keep holding our breath for American Lenovo smartphones. Four new impressive handsets were unleashed, but […]

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