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Amidst the rollercoaster of gaming consoles, video games still reign supreme. You can get playing on pretty anything, a $400 smartphone, a notebook or ...
-28% Lenovo ThinkPad T480 Review
When it comes to 14-inch business ultrabooks, Lenovo has it figured out with its ThinkPads. In its lineup, they have light –the 3.6-pound Lenovo ThinkPad ...
-14% Samsung LU28E570DS/ZA Review
Many people still use 1080p monitors, and there is nothing wrong with that. But now that the prices of 4K monitors are closer to what you’d pay for the ...
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We have seen PC manufacturers go heads-over with top-notch technologies and designs, but we didn’t anticipate Huawei’s direct assault on the bests of Dell, ...
Lenovo’s new IdeaPad 330s may not be the most exciting laptops –but they are especially if you’re on a budget, like almost everyone. The IdeaPad 330 ...
-17% Lenovo Chromebook C330 Review
It was only a matter of time before a laptop would pop that perfectly converges Chrome OS and Android to its full potential. Affordably, for that matter. It ...
-14% ASUS VivoBook F505ZA-DH51 Review
When Asus decides to challenge the would-be usurpers in the ‘prosumer’ laptops category, they always have a way of doing it with class. In the wake of the ...
-17% Toshiba 32LF221U19 32-inch TV Review
With the Toshiba 32LF221U19, Amazon now gets a new partner in its push to have Fire TV platform available in a TV, without the need for a separate media ...
-19% CYBERPOWERPC Gamer GXIVR8020A5 Review 
CyberPowerPC has a reputation of building powerful, and inexpensive gaming machines, yet its Gamer Xtreme range of VR-Ready gaming desktops boasts latest ...
Technology like Nvidia's latest Pascal graphic cards has brought more power to trim gaming laptops, for ever reducing amounts of money. Case on point: the ...
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