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HP Brings Quality To Budget Computing With The Stream Line

For the last few months, there’s been a rumor that HP was going to announce a laptop for under $200. People were let down when the initial 14″ Stream was announced at the still-pretty-good-if-you-ask-me price of $299. It turns out HP wasn’t done just yet. It turns out though that the Stream isn’t a product, […]

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Review: The Lenovo Yoga 10 On A Scale Of One To Ten

Talk about instant gratification. Not even 24 hours after writing about Lenovo’s new Yoga tablet line, Techcitement found one waiting for us on our stoop to review. Specifically, it’s the 10″ model. Considering the excitement levels we have for this device, we’re going to jump right in. Did the reality match our expectations? First Impressions […]

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Say Namaste To Lenovo’s New Yoga Tablets

We’ve reviewed our fair share of Lenovo tablets and are presently testing two more of them. One opinion common to all the models is that they lack something physically outstanding. They are, by and large, Android slates with a Lenovo skin. In a field full of Android slates, manufacturers need to do something to stand […]

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Microsoft Tablet Market Share Multitasks By Increasing While Disappointing

Microsoft has found itself in an interesting situation by going from having a zero percent market share in tablets to having a 7.5 percent share, according to market research analyst company Strategy Analytics. That sounds wonderful, until you see that Apple maintained a previous percentage of 48 percent and Android’s numbers depend on if you count only […]

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Review: Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 — Big Name, Big Tablet

Call me a Luddite, but despite the ubiquity of tablet computing over the last few years, I don’t always get the point of them. Tablets are often too big to replace a smartphone and don’t always have the processing power of a laptop or desktop. If I want to listen to music, a smaller device […]

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Review: Is Lenovo’s Convertible ThinkPad Twist-ing In The Wind?

When I opened the plain brown box at my front stoop to discover the Lenovo ThinkPad Twist, my heart skipped a beat. Because I have a heart condition, that hurt like hell. Getting to finally play with a touchable Windows 8 device, and one by a company that I will unabashedly admit is one of my favorites, […]

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Dell IFA Roundup: Can Dell Finally Make A Go Of Tablets?

Back in April, I was fairly harsh on Dell for dropping out of the tablet race. The massive PC maker had promised to come back late this year, and it looks like IFA is going to be a coming out party for the new devices. Except there’s not a true tablet in the bunch, and […]

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Microsoft Surfaces As Latest Tablet Competitor

Last night, Microsoft unveiled its attempt to compete with Apple’s iPad. The Microsoft Surface tablet (technically Surface 2.0 because the name is repurposed from Microsoft’s original table-top touch-screen device) comes in two flavors: an nVidia Tegra 3 ARM CPU based version running Windows RT and an Intel Core i5 CPU based version running full-blown Windows […]

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SnApp Judgments: X-Men

Every night at 12:15 AM Pacific, Amazon gives away a free paid app through their Amazon app store. As I am usually awake at 12:15 AM Pacific, why not let you know if today’s app is useful, or just more clutter in your app drawer? Today’s free app is X-Men by Konami Digital Entertainment and usually runs for […]

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SnApp Judgments: Word Run Pro

Every night at 12:15 AM Pacific, Amazon gives away a free paid app through their Amazon app store. As I am usually awake at 12:15 AM Pacific, why not let you know if today’s app is useful, or just more clutter in your app drawer? Today’s free app is Word Run Pro by Funqai and usually runs for […]

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