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Asus ZenBook UX305: Australian Review

A simple, beautiful, seamless design. An incredibly thin chassis, crafted from metal and finished in a high quality dark grey paint. A fanless, low-power Intel Core M processor and oodles of battery life hidden away underneath a big trackpad and great keyboard. Sounds like Apple’s new MacBook, right? Nope. The Windows 8.1-powered Asus ZenBook UX305 is an amazing feat of computing. This is a laptop that I want to use every single day.


HP Spectre x360: Australian Review

2 in 1 laptops can take many different forms. They can twist, they can detach, they can rotate. This one flips. The HP Spectre x360 is a regular laptop for the most part, and it does an absolutely sterling job of being a regular laptop whenever you need it to be. And, when you want it to be something else for those few special moments, its 360-degree hinge lets it become a tablet.


Gigabyte P35 Gaming Laptop: Australian Review

There’s a reason that laptops like the MacBook Pro sell so well. They’re not flashy or pretentious, but are more than powerful enough to handle the tasks that everyday computer users ask of them. The P35 is Gigabyte’s mainstream performance laptop, but the use of Nvidia’s powerful standalone GTX 970M graphics chip means it’s a great choice for gaming at the same time.


Asus Transformer Book T300 Chi: Australian Review

We love 2 in 1 tablet / laptops here at Gizmodo. They’re super-convenient, usually very sleek, and still handle all the regular tasks that you need an ol’-fashioned PC for. The Transformer Book Chi is a laptop that’s already thinner than a MacBook Air for your normal work day, but then — if you don’t need its keyboard half, if you’re just watching videos or reading a book — you can tear it in half.


The Most Interesting Laptops And 2 In 1s In 2015 So Far

Got a need for a new notebook? Don’t cop out with a completely boring, staid beige box; you can find a bunch of out-of-left-field, amazing devices if you look around a little. Here are what we think are the most interesting laptops that you can buy this year.


Intel Can't Sell Chips To China Because The US Fears Nukes

In the latest passive-aggressive exchange between the US and its rival superpower, the Department of Commerce has denied Intel a licence to export tens of thousands of Xeon Phi chips to China to upgrade the country’s Tianhe-2 supercomputer. Because, you know, nukes.


Intel's $US150 Compute Stick Is Now On Sale

The Intel Compute Stick, a snazzy $US150 dongle that can turn anything with an HDMI port into a full-fledged Windows computer, made a bit of a splash when it touched down at CES 2015. And now it’s landing for real, preorders have started at Amazon and Newegg.


Tag Heuer And Intel Are To Challenge The Apple Watch

“Apple will get young people used to wearing a watch,” Tag Heuer CEO CEO Jean-Claude Biver recently told Reuters, “and later maybe they will want to buy themselves a real watch.” Could today be the day we see Tag Heuer’s “real watch” answer to the rise of the smartwatch?


Relive The Internet Of The 1990s In 6 Gifs

Thirty years ago, on 15 March, 1985, the first .com domain name — symbolics.com — was registered by the technology company Symbolics, marking the birth of the commercial internet. But things started heating up in the 1990s. Click back to those days with these nostalgic gifs.


I'm Really Excited About The New MacBook

This is how many new MacBooks I want. I want all the new MacBooks. Give me the new MacBooks.