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  1. Aleratec Introduces 1:22 USB 2.0 Computer Connect Copy Cruiser Mini Flash Drive DuplicatorRead the original story

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    Constructed with a durable and light-weight metal housing, Aleratec's latest portable USB flash drive duplicator fits inside a laptop bag and makes perfect, simultaneous copies of up to 22 flash drives. The ability to make perfect copies of up to 22 flash drives at once saves a lot of time and stress, especially when you're traveling on business.


  2. HP Announces Low Cost Stream Laptops And TabletsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | AnandTech

    Several weeks ago, Hewlet-Packard announced the HP Stream 14" Notebook. The Stream series is HP's version of the low cost Windows laptop, meant to compete head to head with Chromebooks on price, but still offer the power of a fully fleshed out operating system.


  3. GZ Opinion on replacement devicesRead the original story

    Yesterday | Geekzone

    Hi all Have had word that our hardware is being replaced, and we have been given the choice between the below. Would like to get opinion/experiences with the tablet in particular as its the first time i'll be using one if I go that route.


  4. HP makes its dirt cheap Windows-powered tablets and notebooks officialRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    On the tablet side, the HP Stream 7 will cost $99 and feature a 7-inch display at 1280 by 800 pixels, an Intel Bay Trail Atom Z3735G and 1GB RAM. The device has 16GB internal storage and runs on a full Windows 8.1. In addition, HP is throwing in a free year of Office 365 Personal, 1TB of OneDrive storage and free 60 minutes of Skype calls per month.


  5. HP Reveals Stylish and Affordable Windows Notebook PCs and Tablets Perfect for the HolidayRead the original story

    Yesterday | Information Technology

    "Today's consumers demand mobile products that fit their personal style and allow them to work and play wherever they are," said Mike Nash, vice president, Product Management, Consumer Personal Systems, HP. "The HP Stream products announced today hit the mark with sleek design, portability, access to free cloud storage, and the familiarity of Windows and Office 365."


  6. HP outs budget-friendly Stream tablets and laptopsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Ambot ah!

    HP has unveiled four new devices that are powered by Windows 8 and carry affordable price tags - the Stream 7 and Stream 8 tablets, and the 11.6-inch and 13.3-inch Stream laptops . The HP Stream 7 and Stream 8 are Windows 8-powered slates that sport 7-inch and 8-inch displays.


  7. Working with iPhone 6 PlusRead the original story

    Yesterday | Geekzone

    Apple's demonstrator laid an iPhone 6 and an iPhone 6 Plus side-by-side on the coffee table. He asked "which do you prefer?" My instinctive first answer was to pick the smaller iPhone 6. Yet once the hands-on testing got underway I found myself returning repeatedly to the iPhone 6 Plus.


  8. LAUSD School Board to Rate Superintendent's PerformanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    The Los Angeles Unified School District board will meet behind closed doors tomorrow to discuss its upcoming performance review of Superintendent John Deasy, who has come under increasing scrutiny from the teachers' union and some board members. Deasy, who has been superintendent since 2011, has butted heads with some board members and activists over the district's ambitious, $1 billion effort to provide all of its students and staff with iPads or laptops.


  9. Microsoft's Mobile Strategy Has More UpsideRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seeking Alpha

    The Windows OS should attract a much larger base of developers as it becomes much more standardized across the different device form factors. Forbes contributor Ewan Spence believes that Microsoft's mobile strategy will not yield enough market share for it to reach that next critical stage of significant adoption.


  10. Chromebooks are in trouble -- HP unveils $199 Windows laptop and low-cost tabletsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BetaNews

    When I bought my first Chromebook, the 2012 Samsung model, I did it mostly for one reason -- price. I drove down to my local Best Buy and was blown away by how inexpensive it was; at $249 it looked like a MacBook Air and promised good battery life.


  11. HP Reveals $199 Windows 'Stream' LaptopRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PC Magazine

    What's cheaper than a Chromebook these days? Apparently, HP hopes to have the answer with its Stream line of budget-priced, Windows-based laptops and tablets . There are two of each device: an 11.6-inch and a 13.3-inch laptop, and a 7-inch Stream 7 and an 8-inch Stream 8 tablet.


  12. New Lenovo Yoga tablets, PCs due out for holiday seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ITworld

    Lenovo plans on releasing new Yoga tablets and hybrids in time for the end-of-year holiday season, with actor and venture capitalist Ashton Kutcher having a hand in the design and development of the products. The "innovative and stylish" Yoga products "will become very popular presents for the holiday season," said Yang Yuanqing, Lenovo's CEO, during a call on Monday.


  13. Photoshop finally coming to Chromebooks with Adobe Creative CloudRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | TrustedReviews

    Google and Adobe have announced that Adobe Creative Cloud will soon be available on the Chrome OS. That means a full version of the market-leading picture editing software will be available to use on the cloud-centric Google Chromebook laptops.


  14. HP Plunges Downmarket With A $99 Windows Tablet, $199 Windows NotebookRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | TechCrunch

    The race to the bottom is back. Reminiscent of the netbook war of yesteryear, HP just followed Toshiba's lead with a $99 tablet along with introducing a $199 Windows notebook.


  15. HP's new Stream tablets, laptops fuel Microsoft-Google OS battleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | CIO

    Hewlett-Packard is fueling Microsoft's battle with Google's Android in low-cost devices with the first Windows-based Stream tablets, starting at US$99.99. The tablets include the US$99.99 Stream 7 tablet, which has a 7-inch screen, and the $149.99 Stream 8, which has an 8-inch screen.


  16. HP Slate 17 Release Soon, Meet the Android Tablet and Notebook Rolled Into OneRead the original story

    Monday | International Business Times

    Hewlett-Packard is releasing an all-in-one device targeted towards a specific niche. In a few weeks, they will be launching the A Hewlett-Packard logo is seen at the company's Executive Briefing Center in Palo Alto, California January 16, 2013.


  17. HP's $199 Windows laptop arrives alongside a pair of tabletsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Engadget

    Contrary to earlier rumors, HP's Chromebook-like Stream 14 turned out to be more expensive than people had hoped for when it was announced a few weeks ago. Having said that, today HP is finally introducing its $199 laptop with Windows, staying in line with what a company representative had told us before in regards to the Stream line expanding beyond the 14-inch machine.


  18. UBS downgrades Compal shares on order reshufflingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The China Post

    UBS Securities has revised downward its business outlook for Taiwan's Compal Electronics Inc. , the world's No. 2 contract laptop PC maker, citing reallocation of orders from the company's major clients.


  19. Kick-stopper! Bandit burglarizes KickstarterRead the original story

    Monday | The Brooklyn Paper

    A bozo broke into Kickstarter's Greenpoint headquarters last week and made off with a bundle of electronics, according to cops. The sneak crept into the online-fund-raising company's former pencil factory home on Kent Street at 8:20 pm on Sept.


  20. HP adds to its Windows Stream line, with laptops from $200, tablets...Read the original story

    Monday | Techmeme

    HP adds to its Windows Stream line, with laptops from $200, tablets from $100, available November - Hewlett-Packard reveals HP Stream series of skinny laptops and tablets - Hewlett-Packard is stretching the limits of design with the announcement today of the colorful and thin HP Stream series of Windows laptops and tablets. New apps and services on display at Sibos financial services conference - At the event this week in Boston, Microsoft customers and partners are showcasing new technology to help financial institutions become digital banks.