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eWEEK PRODUCT REVIEW: The new Lenovo ThinkPad Fold, starting at $2,499 and ending at $3,099, isn’t a cheap date, but it is the first laptop in some time that tries to increase the flexibility of the product.
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eWEEK PROCESSOR NEWS ANALYSIS: NVIDIA’s massive purchase of Arm for $40 billion-plus will have some profound implications on AI and its rival, Intel.
eWEEK PC HARDWARE ANALYSIS: Qualcomm’s problem is that apps on Windows were developed for x86 and have, at times, run poorly on Qualcomm’s platform. To address that at Microsoft Ignite this week, the company announced, along with Microsoft, an expanded App Assure program so that those buying...
eWEEK LAPTOP REVIEW: HP’s benchmarking reports a significant performance advantage from the most recent model, the G6, to the new G7. Even over its most recent model, HP reports a substantial 21% performance increase.
eWEEK INNOVATION PERSPECTIVE: IBM was ahead of its time in relationship to the upstart Linux operating system in the mid-1990s. Twenty years later and a huge amount of innovation later, IBM and the open source system are partners in thousands of systems globally.
eWEEK PRODUCT REVIEW: This device is designed for the dedicated Microsoft 365 user who needs something more portable than a laptop and doesn’t want to carry two devices.
eWEEK PROCESSOR ANALYSIS: While Optane can't quite match DRAM in speed, it has the advantage of persistence. That is, it doesn't need electricity to retain its state, and this can be very valuable to an enterprise system.
eWEEK PROCESSOR ANALYSIS: We are seeing a major change in how we think of PC graphics, and it shouldn’t be a surprise that NVIDIA is leading the way.
eWEEK PRODUCT REVIEW: For those working from home--given there is a massive shortage of good laptops at the moment--this might be a time to consider an AMD product, assuming you can get one before they run out.
eWEEK PRODUCT REVIEW: With its new Enduro line of devices--which includes ruggedized laptops and notebooks--Acer is jumping right in to compete with more established device makers such as Dell, Samsung and Panasonic.