DELL XPS 13 UPGRADED REVIEW

COMPARING IT WITH PREVIOUS VERSIONS Dell’s XPS series has always been a great windows alternative for the overpriced MacBooks that always offer lesser value than the price they ask for. XPS notebooks have more or less the same thickness and weight, the same screen quality (even better, for instance, the 4k display of XPS 15 … Read more →

A Look At the Upcoming Android 3.0 Honeycomb Tablets

It’s no secret that many insiders have forecast that 2011 will be the year of the tablet. Where their opinions may differ, however, is in predicting which tablet will outperform the others in what is shaping up to be a highly competitive market. A panoply of manufacturers are set to release Android 3.0 Honeycomb devices … Read more →

I’ve only been using laptops since 2006. Why? Because they’re powerful enough!

The last time I owned a desktop computer was in 2006, which was a computer I built from scratch myself since 2002 and then upgrading it as I went along and new hardware came out. In 2006 I bought my first Mac, a MacBook notebook (or laptop, some might say) and sold the desktop. Since … Read more →

Apple still number #1 in consumer satisfaction – 7th year in a row

American Consumer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) reports that consumer satisfaction for computers, appliances and pricey electronics such as TV’s are near an all-time high. And for the 7th year in a row, Apple is taking the #1 spot of the computer makers. Dell, Acer and HP are on a shared 2nd place with 77 points (an … Read more →

IT Pros: Total Cost of Ownership on Macs Lower Than PCs

The Enterprise Desktop Alliance recently surveyed 260 IT administrators in the United States to learn which computer environment they believe is the cheapest to manage, when it comes to Macintosh vs PC. Their results showed that Mac’s cost less to manage than PC’s, according to 65% of the IT admins, with 19% of them saying … Read more →