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Yes, yes, Apple made billions of dollars –– and for the first time you'll be able to hear Tim Cook talking hard cash right here in One More Thing – but far more important than that is you. Specifically the you who is going to write a book in November. We have advice, we have software recommendations.
Upcoming notebooks with touch-sensitive displays could be lighter and thinner, if manufacturers adopt a new screen offered by LG Display. The Advanced In-Cell Touch (AIT) displays, previously used in smartphones and going into mass production for notebooks, are said to considerably cut down the thickness of the panel compared to other touch-enabled versions, by embedding the touch sensor technology into the LCD panel itself, eliminating the need for a separate touch layer.
HP has launched a new collection of notebooks in two product ranges, well in advance of the "back to school" shopping period. The premium Envy line gets a new batch of x360 convertible notebooks clad in aluminum, while the Pavilion range gets both the convertible devices as well as more standard notebooks, with the entire group offering budget to mid-ranged specifications.
Dell has launched new tablets and notebooks aimed at the educational market. The Chromebook 11 and the Latitude 11 Education Series are "schoolyard tough" notebooks that has survived MIL-STD 810G testing for shock, vibrations, pressure, and temperatures, while the Venue 10 and Venue 10 Pro tablets, with the introduced devices all including rubberized trim for added protection.
Gaming peripherals manufacturer Razer has revamped its high-specification Blade notebooks, giving it a number of major improvements. While the Windows 8.1 notebooks boasts a lot of upgraded internals, the biggest addition is the choice of either a 14-inch Full HD 16:9 LED display or a 14-inch QHD+ IGZO version with multi-touch and a resolution of 3,200x1,800.
Acer has unveiled two Chromebooks aimed at the education market. The C910 and C740 Chromebooks are sturdy notebooks contained in reinforced covers capable of withstanding up to 60kg (132 pounds) of force, with the corners able to survive drops of up to 45 centimeters (17.7 inches) without damage, making the computers highly durable.
Today in the MacNN Forums, Fresh-Faced Recruit "Ryan700" was asking if it was possible to move a battery from one 13-inch MBP to another 13-inch MBP, after the battery in his wife's computer needed to be replaced. A frustrated "jeff k" has turned to the forums hoping someone will be able to help him figure out why it is that the Notes app on his new iPhone keeps deleting notes at the end of the day.
When Chromebooks hit the market back in 2011, consumers didn't know what to do with them. The low-cost laptops, powered by Google's ChromeOS, were initially considered inferior to more expensive options -- but some sectors, like education, saw the potential they bring. Nearly three years after Chromebooks first went on sale, the affordable notebooks are still going strong, with numerous manufacturers producing them. Asus currently makes two Chromebooks, one of which is the C300. For consumers that have decided to dip into the Chromebook pool, would the C300 be a good introduction? Find out in our review.
Acer announced today that it is expanding offerings in its line of gaming and professional graphics notebooks. The Aspire V Nitro series gets another high-end Black Edition, this time with a 4K Ultra High Definition (UHD) 15.6-inch screen. Where the previous models offered topped out at Full HD (1080p) options with resolutions up to 1920x1080, the new UHD model bumps the screen up to 3840x2160.
Nvidia's Maxwell architecture is now available for notebooks, the graphics chip producer has announced. Previously revealed for desktops in September, the architecture is being made available in the Geforce GTX 980M and GTX 970M GPUs, components claim are now the fastest and second-fastest notebook graphics cards available today.