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The Toshiba Portégé® Z835 Ultrabook™
Feel lighter than air, plus more mobile and empowered than ever, with Toshiba’s affordable new Portégé® Z835 Ultrabook™, our thinnest, lightest and most elegant 13” PC.
A Transformative Experience with AMD Technology
With all the tech-y talk, it’s often difficult to see through the abbreviations and details to actually see how technology can help make improvements to your daily life. Learn more about how AMD Technology can make it easier for you.
Is the Desktop Still a Viable Solution?
It seems like the trend is for electronic devices to get smaller and smaller these days. With the addition of smartphones, tablets and netbooks to the world of consumer electronics, many are asking themselves if desktop computers are a sensible purchase, or if they will soon become obsolete.
Choosing the Right Webcam
You may have a long-distance relationship, a spouse in the military or grandchildren that livetoofar away from you to visit on a regular basis. Webcams help you maintain more quality communications with those you love who live far away. You will need a suitable webcam with high-definition capabilities if you make a lot video calls or post video feed of yourself.
Introducing Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) is the newest version of Google's mobile operating system (OS). It combines some of the best features from Android's Honeycomb tablet interface and the Android phone interface. Basically, it's Google's answer to the iPhone 4S. Developers tout ICS for its ability to simplify multitasking, improve notifications, and customize users' home screens. ICS was announced on October 19, and could be available on some devices as early as November 2011.
Why the Samsung Galaxy Tablet is Different
The Samsung Galaxy Tablet features an Android 3.1 Honeycomb operating system. The operating system is an upgrade from Android 3.0, which was released in February 2011. Android 3.1 offers a number of important additions that make the Samsung Galaxy Tablet one of the most powerful and intuitive tablets on the market.
Honeycomb Operating Systems Make Large-Screen PC Tablets Possible
Other PC tablets have been developed using previous versions of Google Android operating systems, but tablets that use Honeycomb, Android 3.0, include a variety of helpful features, including large, high resolution screens. The operating system also supports multi-core processors and hardware acceleration for graphics – features that we experience in our regular PCs.
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The World’s Slimmest LED Monitor
At only 0.5 inches thick, the AOC 24-inch Widescreen LED Monitor is the slimmest PC monitor in the world. It's even thinner than the iPad and many other tablets on the market today. AOC's monitor, which is also available in a 20-inch model at hhgregg, has an ultra-high dynamic contrast ratio of 50 million to 1, which means you see darker darks and lighter lights for an amazing depth of field.
The Tablet vs. the PC: Which Should I Buy?
Technology has returned to what students used in the classroom 100 years ago: tablets. Today though, Anne of Green Gables would probably pay a higher price for breaking a tablet over Gilbert Blythe's head.
How to Set up Your Internet Network at Home
Many electronic devices that you can purchase today require an internet connection. But how can you establish a secure connection for all the devices in your home office and entertainment system?