Asus Combines A Smartphone, Tablet And Laptop Into One Crazy Device

Laptops are getting thinner and thinner……tablets are getting thinner and thinner……smartphones are getting thinner and thinner…….heck we even have devices that can transform between a laptop and a tablet! When will enough be enough? When will we be satisfied with a standard form of technology? One that doesn’t have to be everything we want it to . . . → Read More: Asus Combines A Smartphone, Tablet And Laptop Into One Crazy Device

Western Digital Releases 5MM Thick Laptop Drives, Calls Them Slimmest On The Market

When it comes to laptops, the industry is trying to make them as small and as portable as possible. However, laptops can only be as small as the components inside them and, as it stands, there are some components that are difficult to make smaller. With that being said, Western Digital has made waves when it . . . → Read More: Western Digital Releases 5MM Thick Laptop Drives, Calls Them Slimmest On The Market

Microsoft Unveils Surface Pro 3 To Compete With Laptops

It’s official, Microsoft has announced the newest tablet from the company, the Surface Pro 3. Microsoft made the announcement recently by saying that the Surface Pro 3 is aimed at eliminating the “conflict” that the company sees between laptops and tablets.

The tablet itself comes with a 12″ screen and kickstand with stylus support. In addition to . . . → Read More: Microsoft Unveils Surface Pro 3 To Compete With Laptops

Vertical Wireless Charging Means Cool New Things for Mobile Technology

As my fingers glide along the keyboard of my laptop, I am sitting propped up in a hotel room bed.  Yesterday I faced the “oh no, my phone battery is dying and I have no way to charge my phone” dilemma.  I had my charger but no place to plug it in.

How convenient would it be . . . → Read More: Vertical Wireless Charging Means Cool New Things for Mobile Technology

Asus Taichi 21 Hybrid Headed to the U.S.

Asus has just announced U.S. availability for its all new laptop-tablet hybrid known as Taichi. The Taichi looks like a standard Ultrabook at first glance, with an 11.6″ touchscreen when in laptop mode. However, closing the laptop starts up an additional 11.6″ touchscreen on the back of the panel, turning the Taichi into a fully-functioning tablet.

According . . . → Read More: Asus Taichi 21 Hybrid Headed to the U.S.