Microsoft’s Surface tablets have been quite a success, so it’s not all that surprising to see other manufacturers take inspiration from them. Enter the HP Spectre x2, a Windows tablet with a striking resemblance to the Surface. That is, until you look at the rather sleek-looking kickstand.
Last month, GIGABYTE introduced a brand new series under its wing called Xtreme Gaming which is aimed towards gamers and enthusiasts alike. Given the target market, one might expect that the Taiwanese company would kick-start the series with a high end product.
Instead, GIGABYTE decided to release a graphics card that is based on NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950 – a card that is meant for the mainstream market. Then again, there are indeed a couple of things that separates the GTX 950 Xtreme Gaming from other GTX 950 graphics cards by GIGABYTE. In fact, maybe even other GTX 950s out there.
Dell’s XPS series have always been about exceptional design, and this year’s XPS 13 was no different. Back at Computex 2015, Microsoft showed off an XPS 15 with a similarly sleek, Infinity Display design…but nothing more was mentioned of it. Fast forward four months later, Dell has officially unveiled the XPS 15 alongside a new XPS 12 convertible laptop.
We have been hearing rumors that Microsoft was working on yet another new Surface for quite some time but we didn’t actually expect that there will be actually two of them. One being the Surface Book 2-in-1 convertible laptop and then there’s this: the Surface Pro 4, which is a much more traditional product when it comes to the Surface family.
MSI has announced a collaboration with Blizzard to create limited edition gaming laptops embellished with characters from the company’s increasingly popular MOBA, Heroes of the Storm. These laptops, a first in the world, will be available for pre-order in Malaysia starting next week.
Intel has formally launched its sixth generation Intel Core processors in Malaysia. The company sees Malaysia and the Asia-Pacific and Japan region as a market with large potential for growth, with an ever increasing demand for mobile devices. Intel is also expecting the region to drive adoption of wearables for the near future.
It’s been a while since Apple updated its 21.5” iMacs and if you have been patiently waiting to see what the company has got to offer 13 October 2015 is the date to mark on your calendar. According to rumours, Apple will announce a new 21.5” 4K iMacs on the date, which will be available for purchase soon after.
The CEO of Microsoft, Satya Nadella calls it the digital clipboard that turns into a powerful laptop, while the company claims it to be the “ultimate laptop”. Undeniably, it is indeed pretty much the star of Microsoft’s Windows 10 devices event in New York last night. So, here it is: say hello to the new Microsoft Surface Book.
Freshly announced at Microsoft’s special Windows 10 Devices event few hours ago, the company resumes its Surface journey with two new devices under the family including Surface Pro 4 which features slimmer physique and more powerful hardware. Interestingly, it is coming to Malaysia real soon.
Microsoft has announced the Surface Pro 4, complete with the expected Windows 10 and sixth generation Intel Core processor. The company is claiming that it is 30-percent faster than its predecessor, which is a substantial jump in performance considering that the internals do not appear to be that much more improved.
Well, this is quite surprising. Microsoft has just unveiled the Surface Book, which the company dubs as the “ultimate laptop.” Even though it’s marketed as a laptop, the screen is actually removable, turning it into a tablet. Equipped with an Intel Skylake processor and an Nvidia GeForce GPU, the first-ever laptop from Microsoft is an interesting product.