What is an Ultrabook™?
An ultrabook™ is a high-end laptop, sleek in design but uncompromising in performance. The
term ultrabook™ was coined by Intel, and the market continues to be dominated by devices
containing Intel Core/my/en. Read
Laptop vs. Tablet: What's your best bet?
With so many gadget choices on the market these days, it can be very difficult for consumers to
decide where to sink their money. Laptops and tablets are wildly popular within different groups
and demographics/my/en. Read
What is a Tablet PC?
Whether you're considering a tablet PC for business or personal use, it's important to understand
the basics. Smaller than a laptop, but bigger than a smartphone and any way you dice it tablet
PCs are portable/my/en. Read
How fast does my computer need to be for college courses?
Your computer should be able to run at normal speed while having multiple windows open. Some may
be playing videos, downloading music or programs, or viewing documents. Most laptops being sold
to students today/my/en. Read
What is Cloud Computing?
If you're unsure about what Cloud Computing is, you are probably among the 95% of people that are
already using cloud services, like online banking and social networks, but don't realize
it/my/en. Read More
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