Like the Surface Pro 3, the Surface 3 runs the desktop version of Windows 8.1. It has a 10.8″ 1920×1280 touchscreen, an Atom CPU, a USB 3.0 port, DisplayPort and a microSD reader. The keyboard cover and stylus are sold separately.
The Brik Case is a lid protector for the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro that supports LEGO, Mega Bloks, PixelBlocks, KRE-O, or K’NEX Bricks. It works with MacBooks made in 2013 or later and comes with 100 1×1 bricks.
At just 2lb. and with a single USB-C port for everything, the new MacBook is as minimal as it gets. It has an insanely small fanless logic board, a 2304×1440 12″ display, 8GB RAM and 256/512GB SSD. Drops 4/10 for $1299+.
Dell put their 2015 XPS 13 laptop in our hands, and it’s pretty damned awesome – smaller than a MacBook Air, built from aluminum and carbon fiber, and an available eye-popping, 3200×1800 touchscreen. Full review on Technabob.
This laptop sleeve costs more than some laptops, but in return you get premium leather and lots of room for your other things. It has pockets, slots and straps for pens, cords, notebooks and more. Available in three colors and three sizes.
We’ve got another awesome giveaway happening over on the new Technabob Shop. This time, one lucky entrant will end up with a shiny new 13″ Macbook Pro with a Retina display, 8GB RAM, and a 128GB SSD. (Contest Ends 3/18/15)
Razer updates its 14″ gaming laptop with the NVIDIA GTX970M GPU with 3GB VRAM, Core i7 2.6GHz quad-core CPU and 16GB RAM. Plus it still has that sweet 3200×1800 14″ touchscreen, all in a 0.70″-thick aluminum unibody chassis.
Dell’s XPS line has reached its white swan moment. The new XPS 13 is a stunner, with thin bezels on its 1080p display and carbon fiber on its case. It lasts up to 15h per charge and has a 3200×1800 touchscreen upgrade option.
Like the Dart, Zolt is an extremely compact laptop charger at just 3″ long. But it can also charge two other USB-powered devices all at the same time. It will come with a 6ft cable and connectors for various laptops.
The Lenovo LaVie are incredibly lightweight yet durable 13″ laptops. The HZ550 weighs just 1.72lb., while the hybrid HZ750 weighs 2.04lb (the current 13″ MacBook Air weighs 2.96lb). Drops 5/15 for $1299/$1499.
The MSI GT80 Titan has a real mechanical keyboard, an 18.4″ 1080p screen, a 2.4Ghz Intel Core i7 CPU, 32GB RAM and two NVIDIA GTX980M in SLI. Its memory and storage drives can be replaced via the plate above the keyboard.
The MacBook Air of gaming laptops. The base model “only” gets you a 1366×768 screen, Core i5 ULV CPU, GTX 860M GPU & 8GB RAM, but it’s the most sensible build. If you’re willing to spend more you might as well getsomethingelse.
WeWi’s SOL is a 13.3″ netbook that comes with a detachable solar panel array, which can fully charge the laptop in at least two hours. The laptop also has an AC charging adapter. It comes with Ubuntu but can be installed with Windows.
The Y70 is the newest member of Lenovo’s underrated Y series gaming laptops. It has a 17.3″ 1080p LED multitouch display, 2.5GHz Intel Core i7 CPU, 4GB GeForce GTX 860M GPU, 512GB SSD, 16GB RAM and Windows 8.1.
The crazy Transformer Book V concept has an Android smartphone that docks into a Windows 8.1 tablet, which has a keyboard attachment. It can switch between Android and Windows while in tablet and laptop mode. More here.
The tiny laptop charger we saw earlier this year is now on Kickstarter. Dart is up to 4x smaller and 6x lighter than ordinary laptop chargers. It also has a 2.1A USB charging port. Laptop compatibility list here.
Razer updates its svelte 14″ gaming laptop. The 2014 Razer Blade has a crazy 3200 x 1800 qHD touchscreen, 2.2GHz Intel Core i7-4702HQ CPU, Nvidia GTX 870M GPU, 8GB RAM, 3 USB 3.0 ports, an HDMI 1.4 port and Windows 8.1.
The FINsix laptop charger is delightfully small and light. It will be available in Summer 2014 and will have MacBook and Windows laptop versions. The Windows charger will have several charging connectors and a 2.4A USB charging port as well.
A laptop stand with telescoping risers, letting you adjust its height between 1″ to 15″. It weighs just 3 lbs. but can carry laptops and other objects up to 20 lbs. It also has optional swappable trays designed to hold books and tablets.
The second coming of the netbook. Thanks to Intel’s new Bay Trail CPU, the Transformer Book T100 Windows 8.1 hybrid provides both the tablet and desktop experience (even light gaming!) at a shockingly affordable price.
The XPS 15 has a crazy-sharp 3,200 x 1,800 15.6″ screen with a touchscreen option. It runs Windows 8.1, has a carbon fiber and aluminum body and quad-core Haswell i5/i7 CPU. Drops 10/15/13 starting at $1,500.
Alienware’s updated laptops are available in 14″, 17″ or 18″ screens. They come with metal alloy bodies, Intel’s Haswell CPUs and variable LEDs all over. Options include a 3D 1080p screen, dual GPUs and wireless HDMI.
Thanks to Intel’s new “Haswell” CPUs, the 2013 Air has better performance and battery life. The 11″ Air lasts up to 9h while the 13″ lasts up to 12h. Their storage capacities also increased, while their price got slashed by $100.