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Alienware 17 and the Razer Blade Pro, which one should you choose? Picking between these two titans of computer processing is very, very difficult. It’s not because they have higher costs than other PC’s or because they have components that are far better than other models. Which is the best of the best? That’s what we’ll figure out in this article. One of the biggest investments that people make these days is in their technology.…

It’s so hard to find a computer these days that does everything you need it to. Very few computers out there deliver top of the line performance and speed all in one package. That’s why we’re revealing to you the Razer Blade and Razer Blade Pro. When you want speed and performance, you want a top of the line computer that delivers the ultimate speed and performance for your needs. It comes complete with a…

Mobile versions of GPUs aren’t the most powerful of chips present inside gaming laptops and if you require the best possible gaming performance, then assembling a desktop system is absolutely necessary for that while giving up portability. However, thanks to the efforts of NVIDIA and with the launch of the company’s GeForce GTX 1080 and GTX 1070, the performance gap is going to be heavily reduced between desktop computers and gaming laptops. According to PC…

Powerful gaming notebooks have started to come into the fold and it looks like AORUS X7 Pro is one that is going to fit into that category perfectly. While you might not have heard the name, the hardware internals sound real good. One of the things that we do not hear too often from a gaming notebook is that it features a 4K display. With PC parts getting more powerful, it is relatively simple to…

OpenEmu is an open source video game emulator designed specifically for OS X, that allows you to relive classic titles from various retro devices. Since the 2.0.1 update, you can add the PS1, Nintendo 64 and PSP to the list of supported consoles. The update means you can play older games such as “Crash Team Racing,” “GoldenEye 007,” “Super Mario 64” and “Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker,” all from the comfort of your Mac. OpenEmu features proper save state capabilities along…

Last Fall, Intel and its OEM friends offered the world a total of four Chromebooks. However, the world’s biggest, most important chipmaker et al have announced their intention to multiply that by at least five — 20 Chromebooks available by year’s end. Nothing says, “Screw Microsoft,” quite like a Chromebook — no Windows, no Office and zero chance of ever running either. With that thought in mind comes the news that Intel and its OEM…

The 2013 MacBook Air Reviews to date either focus on the fantastic, all-day battery performance or the purported lack of new features. Yet, there’s more to Apple’s latest ultrabook revision, which also packs impressive disk and processor performance. • [F]or anyone who’s willing to lose some features to travel light, these new models show how much a single improvement can boost a computer’s appeal. These were already excellent ultraportable notebooks; now they’re excellent ultraportable notebooks that…

MacBook Pro Release Date Fast Approaching Apple’s hotly-anticipated MacBook Pro refresh is widely expected to be announced next month at the June 2013 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). The new MacBook Pro range will feature Intel’s Haswell processors and will represent the biggest jump in specifications of Apple’s best-selling laptop in two years. Several sources have confirmed the June unveiling, including industry blog Digitimes and KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Kuo has gone on the record to…

The Google Chromebook Pixel in LTE form will soon be available. For those wanting to place an order, the Google Play Store states that the 4G Chromebook Pixel will ship by April 8th. As of this writing it was not yet sold out as other devices so frequently do on the Play Store. Placing your order today will set you back $1449.00. Chromebook Pixel: For Everyone? The Chromebook Pixel caused quite a media stir when it was released a…

Google took a page from Microsoft’s playbook and created its first company-produced computer, the Chromebook Pixel. Although there have been Chromebooks before, all of them were produced via partnerships with second-party hardware manufacturers, most notably Samsung and Acer. With the Pixel, Google announces its first independent foray into the hardware market (commercially, at least; the Google Glass prototype may have been produced first, although the finished product has yet to be released). Chromebook Pixel Specs…

Apple’s recent Retina MacBook Pro refresh delivered faster processors and lower prices. Those things, of course, are very nice, but performance is where the rubber hits the road. Here is a quick look at MacBook Pro Retina benchmarks, including numbers for Apple’s popular BTO CPU upgrades, which show across-the-board performance improvements. First, a short sidebar — Apple only upgraded its MacBook Pro Retina models and not the company’s “low-res” (i.e. low-end) models, which lends credence…

Just one day after we wrote about the Chromebook Pixel touchscreen rumour, Google decide its time to unveil the beast. The Chromebook Pixel is Google’s attempt to change the Chromebook experience, with better performance, display and a new price range. Chromebook Pixel specs Taking huge leap in resolution, compared to what other Chromebook manufacturers have delivered, the Chromebook Pixel delivers 2560 x 1700, the resolution even steps above the 13″ MacBook Pro with retina display.…