The PiPO Work-W9S tries to be an actual laptop for about 210$ when discounted, and in all seems to be better at it than many mainstream entry-level brands. It features the same Intel Cherry Trail Z8300 CPU as the Cube iWork 10, the same 4GB DDR3L memory and 64GB storage, a much more sizeable 10000mAh […]
The Chuwi Hi10 Ultrabook Tablet PC has been on the market for a while, and Gearbest is currently offering it at a pretty hefty discount for a final price of 181$. It’s another 10.1 incher featuring the Z8300 Cherry Trail Quad-Core CPU, with 4GB of DDR3L memory and 64GB eMMC flash storage. This combination is […]
The Cube iWork 10 Flagship Ultrabook Tablet PC Type-C sounds like a bunch of hyped-up pseudo-brands and marketing tags wrapped together. The second Chinese budget computing device we’re looking at, it’s basically 2-in-1 convertible tablet with an optional removable keyboard (a design we approve of) and stylus. It’s using the rather recent Atom x5-Z8300 quad-core […]
I’ve recently had a good experience with Gearbest in my purchase of some Xiaomi in-ear buds for my smartphone, which I had serious issues finding available at a decent price for shipping to continental Europe. They arrived just fine, and are the best smartphone buds I’ve ever had my hands on so far. Interestingly enough, […]
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet is an exceptional 2-in-1 hybrid tablet right from the first glance. Though the device is not yet available for purchase, I've had the pleasure of spending some valuable hands-on time with it for the past week and have reviewed it for your pleasure.
Lenovo's ThinkPad Yoga P40 is sold as the world's first multi-mode mobile workstation, designed for on-the-go professional artists, designers and journalists.
Lenovo offers ISV Certification, build quality to Mil-SPEC standards and Quadro certified drivers, in a lightweight, convertible format.
In recent reports, Christopher Domas, a researcher for Battelle Memorial Institute has come out to declare a security vulnerability present in all of Intel and possibly most if not all AMD x86-based CPU's, dating all the way back to 1997, allowing an attacker with kernel or system privileges to install Rootkit software through the SMM hardware feature present on all Intel CPU's for the past 21 years.
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