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ASUS to Launch First Chromebooks Early Next Year

These Chromebooks are likely to be powered by Intel Haswell’s microarchitecture.The post ASUS to launch first Chromebooks early next year appeared first on Muktware.

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Acer Models its Latest $199.99 Chromebook After the Impressive C720

Acer's C720 Chromebook is basically everything you could want from a $249 laptop, but apparently the company thinks it can still bring that price down a bit further. Today it's introducing the Chromebook C720-2848, a $199.99 "entry-level" model that's nearly identical to the already-cheap C720. They differ in one key...

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Upgrading on a Budget: Running Linux on a Refurbished Laptop and Docking Station

Buying refurbished systems can save a lot of money and produce impressive results: here's what I found when testing out openSuSE and Fedora 19 on a a refurbished Lenovo.

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System76 Galago UltraPro Haswell Ultrabook

For the past month at Phoronix we have been busy benchmarking the System76 Galago UltraPro. This latest creation from the Linux-friendly System76 is an Intel Haswell ultrabook with Iris Pro graphics. Here's our look at this Linux-loaded ultrabook and the benchmarks we've run on this powerful yet lightweight system.

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Lenovo Announces A10 Android Laptop Amid Slumping PC Sales

After unintentionally leaking its existence, Lenovo has today officially announced the A10 Android laptop. It's the first laptop from the world's top PC vendor to ship with Android 4.2 on board. As we learned before, the A10 features a 10.1-inch HD display, 1.6GHz process, up to 32GB of storage, and a...

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