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Microsoft and friends need to explain why always-connected PCs make sense

By alwaysconnectedpc, Asus, asusnovago, computex2018, connectedpc, engadget, gadgetry, Gadgets, gear, hp, lenovo, Microsoft, Mobile, personal computing, personalcomputing, Samsung

It’s been over a year since Microsoft, Qualcomm and Intel unveiled the Always Connected PC (ACPC) ecosystem at WinHEC 2016. At Computex 2017, we learned about Qualcomm’s undertaking to power PCs with its mobile processors and Intel pledged to support…

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I wish I could buy Intel’s cute little E Ink dual-screen PC

By Asus, computex2018, convertible, eink, engadget, gadgetry, Gadgets, gear, intel, inteltigerrapids, lenovo, personal computing, personalcomputing, projecttigerrapids, prototype, tigerrapids

Computex 2018 has been full of surprises. In addition to the usual array of processor news, updated laptops and fresh gaming hardware, we saw companies like ASUS and Lenovo show off intriguing dual-screen devices as well. Both those comp…

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This mesh WiFi router can track motion to protect your family

By Asus, computex2018, engadget, falldetection, gear, hands-on, health, home, homesecurity, lyra, Mesh, motiondetection, network, Networking, originwireless, Qualcomm, router, Security, video, wellbeing, wifi

Back at CEATEC in October, I came across Origin Wireless and its clever algorithm that can turn any WiFi mesh network into a simple home security plus well-being monitoring system, and that’s without using cameras nor wearables — just plug and…

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How the new ZenBook Pro compares to the MacBook Pro

By apple, Asus, comparison, computex, computex2018, engadget, gear, laptop, macbookpro, personal computing, personalcomputing, ux580, vsthecompetition, zenbookpro, zenbookpro15

With its thin build, UHD screen and new ScreenPad, ASUS’ latest ZenBook Pro is firmly aimed at creative professionals. Of course, it’ll have to contend with Apple’s own Pro machine and its contextually adaptive TouchBar. While your ultimate buying de…

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Sprint will give free data to Snapdragon PCs

By alwaysconnectedpc, Asus, asusnovago, computex2018, engadget, gadgetry, Gadgets, gear, hp, hpenvyx2, lenovo, lenovomiix630, Mobile, personal computing, personalcomputing, Qualcomm, snapdragon, snapdragon835, sprint

It’s official. Sprint is definitely giving away free unlimited LTE data through 2018 to those who use laptops packing Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 processor. We first learned of this last month, and the announcement today clarifies which devices qualify…

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Samsung is making a Snapdragon-powered PC

By computex2018, connectedpc, engadget, gadgetry, Gadgets, gear, laptop, Microsoft, Mobile, personal computing, personalcomputing, Qualcomm, Samsung, windows, windowsonsnapdragon

Samsung is the latest device manufacturer to take a chance on Snapdragon-powered PCs, joining the ranks of HP, ASUS and Lenovo. In addition to its new Snapdragon 850 chipset, Qualcomm announced today that the Galaxy phone maker will be integra…

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The Snapdragon 850 is Qualcomm’s first chip built for Windows PCs

By alwaysconnectedpc, computex2018, connectedpc, engadget, gadgetry, Gadgets, gear, Microsoft, Mobile, personal computing, personalcomputing, processor, Qualcomm, qualcommsnapdragon850, snapdragon850, windowsonsnapdragon

Qualcomm has developed a hobby. It’s been building specialized chips for the Internet of Things and VR headsets lately, in addition to its smartphone-focused and wearable products. Today at Computex 2018 in Taiwan, the company unveiled the Snap…

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