This is the one I've been waiting for. And in my early testing, the 15-inch HP Spectre x360 nicely improves on its predecessor, a PC I described as a portable productivity monster, in virtually every important way imaginable.
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A reader email this week has me thinking about Microsoft's Signature PC program and whether this is still a recommended source for clean PCs.
Today, Microsoft Store is kicking off a special sales event tied to Presidents Day here in the US. This sale offers big savings on Surface, various third party PCs, and other products and services.
Today: You can still extend your Office 365 subscription out by five years, Intel goes for yet another tock with next-gen CPUs, Google Assistant on the Pixel can now control your smart home devices, much more.
Just a day after FedEx dropped off the HP ENVY Curved All-in-One in a VW-sized box, I have a few more observations about this stunning new PC.
Last year, I described the original HP ENVY Curved All-in-One as "the most beautiful PC in the world." So how does the new version stack up?
The Lenovo Yoga A12 is a low-end Android 2-in-1/tablet that provides the best innovations found in the firm's niche Yoga Book products but at a reasonable price point.
Released alongside the Surface Studio in late 2016, Microsoft's Surface Ergonomic Keyboard is a nice step up from traditional keyboards. But it doesn't go far enough.
HP's nearly-perfect Spectre x360 (2016) is now available in new configurations that support an active pen and, optionally, a 4K/UHD display.
The Xiaomi Mi Box is a credible alternative to Apple TV and Roku, and exactly the type of thing I'd like to see Microsoft make for its own content ecosystem.
Once expected in late 2016, a new generation of touch- and pen-capable---and Android-compatible---Chromebooks is finally set for release.
Microsoft has included language in its changelog for its Surface Pro 4 devices that says new products are on the horizon.
Microsoft has introduced a new SKU for the Surface Pro 4 family and it drops the pen which reduces the price by $100.
After a successful first-gen NexDock device in 2016, the firm is jumping on board with the Intel Compute Card for 2017.
While Microsoft's new Surface Dial is high on promise, it's probably best suited for Surface Studio and its voluminous screen for now.