It looks like a Surface Pro clone, but with its Spectre x2, HP improves on Surface in a number of ways and comes in at a less expensive price point.
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Microsoft has a new keyboard and mouse combo called the Wireless Desktop 900 and I have been using it for about a week to test it out.
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Microsoft has released a new mouse and keyboard combo and a new standalone mobile mouse and I take a closer look at the new devices.
The Yoga 900 introduces a new naming convention for Lenovo's excellent 2-in-1 lineup, but it also marks a return to form from a processor perspective.
Microsoft is opening its new flagship retail experience on Fifth Avenue in New York City today and is planning some fun events around the store opening
Fans of Lenovo's YOGA convertible laptops won't be surprised to discover that the newest model, the YOGA 900, retains the elegant design of its predecessors.
Here's what's happening today: Lenovo refused to resell Microsoft Surface, Google won its book scanning court case, and new free games from Games with Gold.
To get a sense of what this year's $200 PCs look like, I've turned to Lenovo, which offers its Windows 10-based IdeaPad 100S as a Chromebook alternative.
Yes, the HP Spectre x2 is a "tablet-first" 2-in-1 PC with a kickstand and a clip-on keyboard cover. But HP also offers improvements over Surface Pro.
The new HP Spectre x360 Limited Edition will take the already excellent "normal" version of the x360 and turn it up to 11 with a gorgeous new color scheme.
The Envy Note is an 8-inch Windows mini-tablet with a keyboard base that is larger than the tablet and provides a bottom-mounted clip-in area for traveling.
I've been a Microsoft Band user since last year, and I've followed its software and services improvements with quite a bit of interest ever since.
Microsoft tells that the camera that is common to the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL is the best camera that has ever shipped in a Lumia. That's good news.
With its new hardware, Microsoft is shooting for the high-end of the market. And in doing so, it is providing a much-missed sense of leadership.
I'm heading to Microsoft's Windows 10 devices event. Here's what (else) is happening today, including some thoughts about getting Groove in the living room.
For the past month, I've put my beloved but aging Lumia 930 aside and have lived life on the other side of the fence. Up first: The Moto X Pure Edition.
Microsoft's keynote kicks off tomorrow at 10 A.M. ET and if you are curious what the event looks like, we have you covered.
Be sure to stay tuned to Thurrott.com tomorrow for exhaustive coverage of Microsoft's Windows 10 device announcements, live from New York City.
This past week, Intel outlined the key ways that it contributed to Windows 10. And its involvement was perhaps a bit extensive than many had realized.
Next week, Microsoft will be hosting an event where it is expected that they will announce several new products and possibly something completely new too.
Microsoft will open its first flagship retail store on 5th Avenue in New York City on October 26. And a second flagship will open in Sydney, Australia.
HP this morning announced a number of new Windows 10-based PCs for the business market, including new all-in-ones, towers, desktops, and SFF designs.
It seems like everything is available in HDMI stick form lately: Miracast, Roku, FireTV and now even real PCs. Intel's entry is the Intel Compute Stick,
The ThinkPad X1 Carbon is the best Ultrabook I've ever used, a sleek, thin and light wonder with a gorgeous screen, stellar keyboard, and good battery life.