An optical drive seems like a largely unnecessary accessory these days. You can easily download most programs or media you want from the Internet or transfer what you need from one computer to another with a USB key or memory card.
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Ultrabooks are known to be thin, fast and powerful machines. They weigh about three pounds on average, can hybernate in seven seconds, turn back on almost immediately due to their solid-state drives and offer high-performance.
If you’re in the market for a mobile device, but you haven’t drank the Apple Kool-Aid (which is a vile flavour of powdered drink) and you’ve never been much of a Phandroid, maybe you should take a look at Windows 8.
If you’re considering buying a Macbook Air – Don’t. Wait a month because according to the DigiTimes the Taiwanese supplier for Apple products will be shipping upgraded models of the 11.6-inch and 13.3-inch MacBook Airs this week, leaving many to speculate that they could available as early as June.
Dude, you’re getting a… wait a minute. That’s not a Dell, is it? Is it?
Actually, it is. Today, Dell officially takes the wraps off the Dell XPS 15z, the first entry in the company’s new line of thinner, lighter, more style-conscious notebook computers, aimed at folks who want a significant amount of power in their wee portable beasties but don’t want to carry around a massive slab of boring coloured plastic to get it.