Fresh from showcasing its 27-inch Horizon tablet PC, tech giant Lenovo also recently unleashed their latest touch devices for the Windows 8 platform, including new ultrabooks, laptops, all-in-one PCs and one behemoth of a gaming rig.
It’s been years since Apple has given their premium iMac a refresh, but it looks like it’s worth the wait. The 2012 iMac rocks Intel’s latest Core processors, all-new Fusion Drives, and a ridiculously slim frame.
Chipmaker VIA Technologies has introduced the APC, a low-cost, low-power PC system that runs on Android. Packing a VIA 800MHz processor, 512MB of DDR3 memory and built-in 2D/3D graphics chip, the APC isn’t necessarily built for performance, but it’s definitely good enough to get you online without needing much power (it’ll only burn through 13.5W
If you already have a netbook, tablet, or smartphone (or all three), you’ve probably got your mobile computing needs covered. But if you somehow needed an even more compact way to get your computing fix, here’s a low-cost (but still awesome) solution: An Android-based PC that’s roughly the same size as a USB stick, currently
Following up on the earlier post about the original Apple-1 computer put up for auction in the UK: the thing was just bought for $213,600 by Marco Boglione, a private collector . What does he get for spending all that cash? Simply put, it’s a piece of tech history, but if you want the longer