What is an Ultrabook™?
First there was the laptop, the first truly portable PC. Then came smaller, lighter tablets and netbooks, which were similar to laptops but achieved their tiny size by sacrificing internal storage, battery life, processor speed, and so on... Read More
Laptop vs. Tablet: What's your best bet?
You're considering buying a new tablet or laptop but can't decide which to choose? That's no surprise. Today's ultra portable, ultra functional tablet PCs can function nearly as full-fledged laptops -- advanced mobile apps allow you to surf the web... Read More
What is a Tablet PC?
Tablet PCs have evolved substantially since their introduction to the broad consumer market in 2010. So, what distinguishes a tablet from other mobile devices? How have the early Lenovo IdeaPads morphed into today's Tab Series... Read More
How fast does my computer need to be for college courses?
Your computer should be able to run at normal speed while having multiple windows open. Some may be playing videos, downloading music or programs, or viewing documents. Most laptops being sold to students today... Read More
What is Cloud Computing?
If you're unsure about what Cloud Computing is, you are probably among the 95% of people that are already using cloud services, like online banking and social networks, but don't realize it... Read More
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