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eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS: The Dell G5 15 SE provides gaming-level performance for a premium non-gaming PC price. With prices generally under $1,000, it offers performance consistent with a $1,500 gaming computer, but it looks like a regular business machine.
eWEEK PC PRODUCT REVIEW: Since we're not on planes as much anymore, it's time for a nice big laptop for working from home. This 17-incher serves almost as a workstation in a portable device.
eWEEK PRODUCT REVIEW: The Surface Book 3 has a fully functioning tablet that can be removed when you need the tablet function. However, when connected to its high-performance base, it is like you added a supercharger; suddenly you have a high-performance notebook that is arguably a portable...
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eWEEK NEWS & TREND ANALYSIS: Under the leadership of CEO and President Dr. Lisa Su, AMD has revitalized its data center ambitions and efforts via its EPYC chips, which have been adopted by numerous system vendors, including Lenovo.
eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS: New-gen design influence gives it a unique color, clean lines and a look that stands out not only against competing offerings but HP’s other products.
eWEEK CHANNEL ANALYSIS: The huge IT hardware, software and services provider is going beyond the call of duty in helping its partners as they weather the COVID-19 crisis.
eWEEK TREND ANALYSIS: IBM’s newest Z solutions—the z15 Model T02 and LinuxONE III Model LT2—highlight why mainframe systems have played central roles in successful businesses for decades, as well as why they are likely to be around for a good long time to come.
eWEEK PC PRODUCT ANALYSIS: AMD launched its impressive integrated offering last month, and both Intel and NVIDIA have since responded with their remarkable efforts.
eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Lenovo’s new and updated edge-to-cloud ThinkAgile HCI and ThinkSystem storage solutions, which optimally leverage Microsoft Azure’s cloud services, are good examples of how vendors are helping their customers gain the full advantage of enterprise edge computing.