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Apple’s New iPad Pro, MacBook Air, and Mac Mini Now Available

Apple today officially launched the new iPad Pro, MacBook Air, and Mac Mini that were introduced last week at an event in Brooklyn. The devices can be purchased through a variety of retailers and at The new iPad Pro comes in two sizes: 11-inches and 12.9-inches.


Lenovo Unveils Ultra-Powerful ThinkPad X1 Extreme

Today at IFA 2018 in Berlin, Germany, Lenovo unveiled its latest ThinkPad called the ThinkPad X1 Extreme. It’s called “Extreme” for a reason: it’s one of the most powerful ThinkPads to date. According to Lenovo, the ThinkPad X1 Extreme comes with up to an 8th-generation

Lenovo Unveils Range of New Chromebooks at IFA 2018

Today at IFA 2018, Lenovo unveiled a new lineup of Chromebooks all at different price points. While there isn’t much to talk about in terms of ground-breaking features, we are getting to see the company’s first entry into the premium Chromebook category.   That’s what’s

Dell Unveils Refreshed Inspiron 7000 Laptop Series

Today ahead of the official kickoff date of IFA 2018, Dell unveiled a refreshed lineup of its Inspiron 7000 series laptops. The devices feature specs similar to the higher-end XPS 13 lineup but at cheaper costs. The new Inspiron 7000 series consists of three different

Acer Unveils Even Thinner Swift 7 Laptop at IFA 2018

Acer’s Swift 7 laptop has been known to be one of the thinnest (if not the thinnest) laptops on the market and it remains competitive with each new iteration. Now, via an announcement at IFA 2018, we’re learning there’s an even thinner version coming with

You Can Now Test macOS Mojave on the 2018 MacBook Pro

Apple has released another beta of macOS Mojave for testing on the Mac before a release to the general public this fall. While there isn’t much new in the beta, the new build does add support for Apple’s lineup of 2018 MacBook Pros. The laptops

Apple’s New MacBook Pros Use Silicon to Protect the Keyboard

This past week, Apple unveiled its latest lineup of MacBook Pros, complete with upgraded specs, True Tone displays, and an improved keyboard. That last feature was especially appreciated by owners of previous-generation Pros which suffered from major keyboard problems that, in some cases, would disable