Razer’s ultrabook now comes in two screen sizes: the original 12.5″ and a new 13.3″ screen with thin bezels. It also has a new second color scheme – dark gray with a non-glowing Razer logo on the lid and only a white backlight for its keyboard. It also works with the Razer Core.
What could have been the Surface Pro 5 does away with the numbers. The new model has a more versatile hinge, up to 2.5x faster CPU, quieter cooling, and up to 13.5 hours of battery life. It’s compatible with the Surface Dial and the new Surface Pen is much more capable.
The QcK Prism only features colorful RGB LED illumination, and has two different surfaces, cloth on one side for friction, and a smooth-gliding polymer on the other. The 12 LED zones can be programmed to display colors based on in-game events like low health or ammo.
A limited edition of MSI’s small form-factor gaming PC, decked out in snowy white, packing an Intel Kaby Lake Core i7-7700 3.6 GHz CPU, and GeForce GTX 1070 graphics, making it powerful enough to run VR games. Front USB 3.1 and HDMI ports make VR setup a breeze.
PC parts maker Corsair’s first attempt at a complete computer is a surprisingly competitive package. The One is a compact (mini-ITX) build with a restrained design, separate radiators for the GPU and CPU, a huge exhaust at the top, and a competitive price, given its power.
David Hoffman released this footage from a 1979 documentary he worked on called The Information Society. In it, privacy expert Alan Westin provided a remarkable view of what future computing might be like. Among his predictions – online review services like Yelp.
iBuypower’s new computer doesn’t come with a mouse or a keyboard, but it does come with a display – a transparent display built into its side panel. The 19″ 1280 x 1024 screen acts like a second monitor, so you can show whatever you want on it. 2017 y’all. The fyooch.
The IdeaCentre AIO Y910 is a 27″ gaming PC with a considerate design. It’s an all-in-one, but you can upgrade its RAM, storage and desktop-class GPU. It also has an HDMI input so you can use it as a monitor, extending its life even when its CPU becomes obsolete.
What you’re looking at here could be the future of home and office computing. Intel’s 5mm thick gizmo holds the brains, storage, and ports of a complete computer system. It’s designed to be docked into a monitor, appliance, or other devices, allowing for quick and easy upgrades.
Lenovo managed to cram in a 14″ 1080p/1440p screen, the latest Intel CPU, 2 USB-C ports, 2 USB 3 ports, an HDMI port, an Ethernet port, a microSD/SIM card slot, and its vaunted full-size keyboard in a tiny weatherproof carbon fiber case that weighs just 2.5lb.
In Apple’s endless quest to reduce thickness and weight, they trimmed nearly all of the ports from the new MacBook Pro. HyperDrive brings them back, trading two USB-C ports for HDMI, microSD/SD, Thunderbolt 3, two USB 3.1 ports, and a USB-C port for good measure.