notebooks

Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro: Australian Review

Laptops just made a quantum leap. Intel’s new Broadwell chips make it possible for notebook makers to create incredibly thin devices with fanless designs, and these notebooks are finally starting to hit the market. Lenovo’s new Yoga 3 Pro runs brand new top of the line hardware, and has an amazing hinge that lets it flip from laptop into tablet mode, or anything in between, at a moment’s notice.


Dell Inspiron 13 7000 2-In-1: Australian Review

We’re seeing more and more laptops that want to run dual duty as note-taking tablets or as entertainment machines. They’re rarely as good as the current standout Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro, but occasionally there’s a special standout that gets the job done admirably without trying to reinvent the wheel. Dell’s Inspiron 13 7000 Series 2-in-1, as the name might clue you in to, can transform from a general-purpose laptop to a tablet at the flick of a hinge.


Late 2014 Tablet Buying Guide: Screen Size, Hardware And Specs Explained

Laptops are so passe. These days, you want something that you can use standing up on the train into work, or on a long-haul international flight — and that means you need the versatility of a tablet.

How do you pick the right tablet, though, whether it’s for work or play or a mix of both? It’s a little bit of a guessing game until you actually have one in your hands to try it out, but there are a few guiding rules you can follow to help pick out a few front-runners from the crowd.


Metabox Alpha WA50SJ Laptop: Australian Review

Gaming laptops are great, but they’re generally pretty expensive and you’re usually restricted to the components chosen for you. You don’t have to buy a laptop from a big brand-name manufacturer, though — there are companies out there that specialise in building you a notebook from scratch, using a prebuilt chassis, adding the components that you select and customising both the hardware and that laptop’s design to suit you. Metabox is one of those companies, and the Alpha WA50SJ is one of its entry-level notebooks.


Asus' Transformer Book Flip Is Out Now In Australia

The Asus Transformer Book Flip, one of the more-interesting-but-still-conventionally-attractive laptops announced at Computex in Taiwan this year, is finally out in Australia. Thankfully, Asus has expanded the lineup from the original two 15.6-inch variants it confirmed for local stores, with a variety of 13- and 15-inch laptops at different specs and price points already on sale.


Write Way Outside The Lines With This Trippy Ruled Notebook

Most ruled journals out there are printed with lines that run from left to right, straight across the page. Pretty standard. Very straightforward. Somewhat sober. Then there’s this Inspiration Pad, a composition book on an acid trip. Lines akimbo. This thing is high as hell.


ASUS G550JK Gaming Notebook: Australian Review

Gaming notebooks are a funny niche. They’re not especially thin nor light, and they generally don’t have excellent battery life. They’re also not as speedy as a similarly priced desktop. What they are is a great compromise between portability and power, though, and the brand new ASUS G550JK stays true to that trend.


Swap Your Boring Moleskine For This Tetromino-Edged Tetris Notebook

There’s only one way to properly celebrate Tetris’ recent 30th birthday, and it doesn’t involve breaking out your original Game Boy. Instead, wherever possible, you should replace anything and everything you own with Tetris-themed alternatives, starting with swapping your Moleskine notebook for this tetromino-ic alternative.


ASUS's Transformer Book Flip: The Best Of Both Worlds?

Introduced quietly at Computex 2014 yesterday, ASUS’s new Transformer Book Flip uses the same 360-degree hinge as the new Dell Inspiron 11 and 13; you can use it as a notebook, but if you want a compact tablet, you’ll be able to use the Windows 8.1 touch interface as well.


Dell's Computex 2014 Laptops, Tablets: Australian Pricing

Dell has introduced new monitors, new all-in-one PCs and new 2-in-1 laptops at Computex 2014, and most of them are coming to Australia. If you’re looking for a new piece of computing hardware, it’ll be reaching local store shelves surprisingly soon.


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