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HP describes the 2-in-1 desktop PC as “the world’s most powerful and first detachable PC workstation” and is going to market alongside Adobe.
The company says the superconducting chip, developed with QuTech, comes with a unique packaging architecture.
Market researchers IDC and Gartner both reported that PC sales continue their multi-year decline in the 2017 third quarter, with HP the only PC maker to report an increase in sales.
Lost amid all the hoopla around Google's new Pixel 2 smartphones was the Pixelbook, a hybrid Chromebook that includes Google Assistant and stylus.
ThinkPad laptops became standard equipment for millions of corporate PC users after they were introduced by IBM on Oct. 5, 1992. Today Lenovo continues to produce ThinkPads, which are thinner, lighter and more powerful than ever.
The Lenovo T470 ThinkPad isn't the thinnest or lightest laptop on the market, but it has a combination of features and reliability to be among the best business ultrabooks on the market.
REVIEW: The latest version of the venerable ThinkPad T-series laptop computer still looks like its many ancestors, but it’s thinner, lighter and faster, while retaining the legendary T-series toughness.
The Palo Alto, Calif.-based company was busy this week releasing a flotilla of new infrastructure items aimed at cost-conscious small and midrange customers.
IT transformation itself isn’t news; that’s what been keeping the tech business in business for more than three generations. This, however, is about server upgrades that add much more functionality than previously.
Velocity Micro's ProMagix RS PC workstations have top-end components for buyers who are prepared to pay extra for powerful computers.