DELL has officially hop onto the Chromebook bandwagon, or more specifically, Google for Education bandwagon, with the new DELL Chromebook 11, which is slated to hit the US and the UK markets starting in January 2014 for under $300. there is a catch here though, this affordable non-Windows machine from DELL is aimed squarely at schools and students, and it will be sold through dell.com. like the recently announced Acer C720 (and C720P), this 11-inch class laptop is powered by 4th Generation Intel Celeron 2955U processor and touts a 11.6-inch edge-to-edge glass display with 1366 x 768 resolution, bolstered by Intel HD Graphics.
part of our lives is about touch. we are obsessed with it, perhaps because it proves to be a much more convenient way of getting things done and so why should the “laptop for everyone” be left without this “must-have” feature? of course, not and that’s why there is the Acer C720P Chromebook with Multi-touch Display
Android purists who dig the untainted Android OS tablet experience will now have an alternative hardware to Nexus 7: the LG G Pad 8.3 Google Play Edition. yes. you read that right. the first Google Android Open Source Project (AOSP) tablet, which will be running on the latest Android 4.4 KitKat, which also means, you will be spared from the fancy LG-skinned Android OS
with the influx of all-in-one PC, we are not sure if there’s still a place for mini desktop machines, but then again, with some work places and homes where space is a premium or for those who have a distaste for any gadgets bigger than a pizza box, the Intel NUC Kit D54250WYKH mini desktop computer seems like a favorable proposition.
hard luck for you if you are expecting Ultra HD to arrive to laptop anytime soon, but if you are adamant on giving your eyes the eye-candy when gaming or slogging away on AutoDesk, we’d say 3K is your best bet for now. speaking of 3K, MSI has just the laptops touting that sub-4K, but nevertheless eye-watering resolution
we know the lure of 4K display is hard to resist, but still some managed to overcome that addiction for eye-watering resolution display simply because of size. yes. size. do we need a 40-inch monitor that’s literally going to be in our face. perhaps not, and that’s why there is the DELL UltraSharp 24 Ultra HD Monitor (UP2414Q)
unbeknownst to the rest of us outside of Europe, Germany-based cordless phone maker Gigaset actually already dipped their hands into Android phone (and baby monitors too) and more recently the tablet market too, starting with two offerings: the Gigaset QV830 and QV1030 Android Tablets. running on stock Android 4.2, these two
while mouse and stylus are handy tools for designers mucking around with software like Photoshop, Lightroom and the likes, they are not exactly the most convenient options and mostly importantly they lack of the tactile touch that some designers craved for. in comes the Palette, a control interface that not only gives you the tactile feel
up till now, putting a computer together and the associated codings are only fun if you are a computer geek. however, the Kano DIY Computer Kit is set to change that perception and the team behind it wants putting together a computer and even to be as fun as playing with LEGO. being a person who have been through the aforementioned (and not being a true geek to start with)
disappointed that there isn’t a ‘gold’ variant of the iPad Air? well, don’t be. if you having pots of gold laying around, you might want to give the 24 CT Gold iPad Air by Goldgenie a shot and one thing you can be sure is, this opulent item don’t just look gold, it is in fact coated in real-deal 24ct.