CES 2015: Intel Compute Stick Transforms any HDMI Display into a Computer

The Intel® Compute Stick isn't just another streaming device that plugs into your HDTV. It's a fully functional computer that plugs into the HDMI port of a display (it will also need to plug into a USB port for power). At just 4 inches long, you'll be able to get the complete experience on an ultraportable, power-efficient device. It also comes pre-installed with Windows 8.1 or Linux. It features the reliability of a quad-core Intel® Atom processor, built-in wireless connectivity, onboard storage, and even a micro Secure Digital media card slot for storage expansion.


Thunderbolt-Packing OWC ThunderBay 4 Hard Drive Enclosures


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CES 2015: Lenovo, NECP Introduce Two LaVie Z Ultraportable Laptops

At CES 2015, Lenovo and NEC Personal Computers announced two mobile PC models that redefine lightweight computing, both weighing less than a 32-ounce water bottle. The Lenovo LaVie Z HZ550 takes the title of the lightest 13" laptop at just 1.72 pounds, while the Lenovo LaVie Z HZ750 claims the lightest 13" convertible PC at just 2.04 pounds.


CES 2015: Dell Revitalizes Consumer Device Lineup

Whether you are in search of one of the smallest 13-inch laptops available, a gaming laptop with desktop-class graphics, or a full-featured laptop complete with a 4k touch display, Dell has you covered. In addition to the long list of portable computing options, you can take your viewing experience to new dimensions with the Dell UltraSharp 34" curved 4k display, offering a truly immersive visual experience.

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CES 2015: Introducing the 5th-Generation Intel Core "Broadwell" Processors

Intel announced its new 5th-generation Broadwell chip. Read about it at

Is it a Tablet? Is it a Laptop? Meet the Acer Switch 10 and Acer Switch 11

The Acer Switch combines the portability of a tablet with the productivity of a laptop. Available in 10.1" and 11.6" versions, the Acer Switch is all about choice. You can choose to use it as a traditional laptop or detach it from the keyboard to use it as a tablet.


Purple Reign: WD Purple Drives

Surveillance gear is becoming as ubiquitous as smartphones these days. From broadcast to baby monitors, from bodegas to Big Brother, you hear and see surveillance in almost every nightly newscast and website. Pricing for surveillance equipment has dropped so much that even big box retail stores, usually in the market to sell you lumber and tools, now sell boxed sets of surveillance equipment.

10 Laptops for Different Kinds of Users

Trying to find the right laptop computer? Read this roundup of 10 laptop computer recommendations, at

Why Doesn't Your Wi-Fi Fly? Tips and Tricks to Power up Your Home Wi-Fi

Read about the ways you can improve the Wi-Fi network in your home, at



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