This week in the news: Leica announces their first monochrome rangefinder; Fujifilm has a new, tough point-and-shoot with wireless capabilities; the Nikon D4 and D800 have a temporary fix for lock-up issues; Samsung's 55-inch OLED television will be a pretty penny, and more.
Did you know that B&H sells computers? In this edition of Meet B&H, we give you a tour of our computer department. Encompassing a sizeable amount of space in the store, there are rows and rows of computers, laptops, tablets, netbooks and accessories, for customers to get a feel for before making an informed decision. Everything from Apple, Acer, Sony, and more.
As a former PCMag staffer, I can genuinely say that this is Toys R Us for geeks.
Few manufacturers offer computers in as many sizes, colors and configurations as Sony. Whether you're looking to make a fashion statement or need an ultra portable to get on the Net from anywhere, Sony has a model that meets your needs. Its newest Vaios include notebooks with solid-state drives and ones that wirelessly display to your TV. We've arranged them by category to make it easy for you to fall for the one you love.
Consider it a heavy-duty portable workstation for the photographer, designer, video editor or architect who spends far too much time tweaking pictures. The Lenovo ThinkPad W701ds (the "ds" stands for dual-screen) features a 10.6-inch screen that slides out from under the wide 17-inch display, both LED backlit. There's an integrated Wacom digitizer tablet. An nVIDIA Quadro FX 3800M GPU compliments the 1.73GHz Intel Core i7-820QM processor. Weighing a hefty11.4 lb, the W701ds could be the Hummer of notebooks.
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