With the introduction of the folding phone and the folding tablet/laptop hybrid, you and I both know that a big-screen folding laptop is inevitable whether or not it is practical. Well, inevitable it is, starting with the ASUS Zenbook 17 Foldable OLED Laptop.
Road warriors who demand the best in Windows-based mobile computing and look cool while doing it may want to take a look at these new Microsoft Surface products built for Windows 11.
There are tablets and then there is tablet that can take the beatings. The Durabook U11 Fully Rugged Tablet is one such tablet. While it is rugged, the lack of keyboard limits its speed in inputting text. Not with the Durabook U11 Fully Rugged 2-in-1 Tablet, though.
Can’t decide between a laptop or a tablet, or you simply want to own one less gadget? If so, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold might be it – if folding screen is your cuppa. Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold introduced earlier this year as the world’s first folding PC is finally available.
Those working in the rugged environment may check out Acer Enduro rugged lineup of laptops and tablets. Acer Enduro series lineup include laptops and tablets with MIL-810G and up to IP65 certifications.
Not that you can pick up the Durabook Americas U11 Fully Rugged Tablet as an individual, but if you work in high-risk environment, your company may want to learn about it. Durabook Americas U11 is powered by the 10th-Gen Intel Core processor, featuring Intel UHD graphics.
If you are looking to give your mobile computing life an upgrade, Microsoft have some new gadgets that will have you covered. The new products revealed by the Redmond tech giant include Surface Go 2, Surface Book 3, Surface Headphones 2 as well as a pair of new Surface Earbuds.
World’s more prominent chip maker, Intel, has collaborated with PC and laptop maker, Lenovo, to create the world’s first folding PC called Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold. Man, that thing here looks super thick!
In addition to the surprise gadgets announced, Microsoft has also announced a few new Surface products. The first is the Microsoft Surface Laptop 3, followed by Surface Pro 7 and Surface Pro X.
Until the day Iron Man-style holographic projection becomes a reality, getting more screens is having more screens. And more screens is exactly what the Microsoft Surface Neo and Duo are about.