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Windows 10X vs. Windows 10

Microsoft isn’t the only company making dual-screen Windows laptops

October 3rd, 2019

Microsoft announced two dual-screen devices during its press event earlier this week: the Surface Neo and the Surface Duo. The bigger device will be powered by Windows 10X, while the smaller one runs Android. The Neo, however, is the more exciting device, as it will help introduce a brand new version of Windows 10 that …

Asus new Chromebooks

Asus reveals new Chromebooks and Chrome OS tablet ahead of CES

January 4th, 2019

Add Asus to the scrum of tech companies teasing new products and hardware ahead of the tech industry’s big showcase and confab that kicks off in Las Vegas in just a few days via the arrival of CES 2019. The company, among other things, will be showing off a slate of new Chromebooks, in addition …

Asus Project Precog vs. 2018 ZenBooks

Asus’s new notebooks ditch display bezels, and they look amazing

August 30th, 2018

At IFA 2018, Asus unveiled a bunch of new products including plenty of new Windows 10 laptops. We’ve got new ZenBooks, including regular, S, and Pro models; new VivoBooks; and the all-screen device in the image above, Project Precog. Speaking of all-screen devices, the regular Zenbooks also got a design update you’ll undoubtedly appreciate, including …

European Commission fine price fixing

European Commission fines big-name electronics companies for price fixing

July 24th, 2018

Fresh off the heels of levying a record $5 billion fine on Google related to anti-competitive business practices, the European Commission has handed down another fine to the tech industry. Asus, Denon & Marantz, Philips and Pioneer reportedly leveraeged online resellers to keep prices of their products high, and have been handed a collective $130 million …