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Microsoft Surface Pro Review: Good But Not Necessarily A Laptop Replacement

Microsoft Surface Pro

I was pretty excited when the Surface Pro arrived about ten days ago, so I could test it ahead of its release on February 9th.  Finally, a tablet that’s also a laptop that also runs a mature operating system (Windows 8) and lets me use all the PC software I know and love. This is the machine I’ve been waiting for.


'Skylanders Giants' Wii U Review: The Definitive Version

It's the little things like better graphics and the touch-screen controller that make Skylanders Giants on Wii U the best version.


Critic’s Notebook: Nintendo’s Wii U, With New Touch-Screen Controller

The Wii U’s main selling point is a new touch-screen controller that is a cross between the iPad Mini and a traditional video game controller.


Microsoft Surface review: Stunning hardware, but apps are sparse

Microsoft Surface

When Microsoft (MSFT, Fortune 500) unveiled the Surface tablet in June, it pulled back the curtain on nearly three years of secret development. This Friday, buyers will finally be able to get their hands on the $499 tablet.


Samsung Galaxy S III Phone Bristles With Extras

Samsung Galaxy SIII

The Galaxy S III offers some startlingly creative features, but it may take some time to master... In the galaxy of app phones, this one is a bright, beautiful star.

Senh: A glowing review from the New York Times for Samsung's Galaxy S III. It's probably all drowned out by news on Microsoft's Surface. Now, should I get this or the Galaxy Note. Hmm...


ASUS Zenbook Undone By Faulty Keyboard

ASUS Zenbook

I’ve been using the ASUS Zenbook for months now. It’s running on an i7 1.8GHz Processor and 4GB of RAM. I can’t say I’m completely satisfied with it. It’s the keyboard that I just can’t get used to. After almost four months, I’m still missing keys when I type. It gets pretty annoying, especially if you have to type often.


Review: No name iPad has guts

iPad 3

On first glance, the new, never-to-be-actually-named iPad is exactly the same as its predecessor: Same size, same price, same colors.


Review: Galaxy Nexus a big leap

The Galaxy Nexus, a smartphone that arrived in Verizon Wireless stores on Thursday, is huge -- and not just because of its unusually large size. The new Android phone, which has been available in Britain for weeks, is the first to run Android 4.0, the latest version of the popular mobile operating system that also goes by the adorable name Ice Cream Sandwich. This is a very significant update to Android for smartphones.


Kindle Fire review: Yes, it's that good

Kindle Fire review: Yes, it's that good

If you're wondering if Amazon's Kindle Fire is up to snuff, well, it is. Turn it on and you know what to do, like with an Apple product. So much like an Apple product that Apple should be scared."


AMD FX-8150 8-Core CPU Reviewed, Benchmarked: Bulldozer Is Here but Disappoints

AMD FX-8150 8-Core CPU Reviewed, Benchmarked: Bulldozer Is Here but Disappoints

HotHardware takes a detailed look at the new AMD FX-8150 eight core processor, codenamed Zambezi, based on the Bulldozer architecture.


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