Windows 8 Archive
Microsoft has announced two new mice today, the Sculpt comfort mouse and the Sculpt mobile mouse that are designed specifically for Windows with the Sculpt comfort mouse offering advanced functionality for Windows 8 users.
You may have read the word “Tablet” in the title of this post, but this unit from Lenovo is actually called a “Table” because of its massiveness. This is the Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon Table PC, a machine
After breaking into the PC market last year, it was only a matter of time before Vizio released its first Windows 8 tablet. The company just announced the Vizio Tablet PC, an 11.6-inch slate running full Windows
Samsung today debuted two new additions to its lineup of premium monitors, putting professional-grade picture quality within reach for professional and consumer audiences alike.
Microsoft revealed today that the company has sold 40 million licences of Windows 8 to date. Tami Reller, the Windows Chief Marketing and Financial Officer, revealed the figure during a speech at Credit Suisse 2012 Annual Technology
Today LG Electronics has revealed some of its first products running Windows 8, the H160 tablet boasting a slide-out keyboard and the V325 all-in-one PC. The H160 is 15.9 mm thick, it weights 1.05 kg and features
Christina Aguilera had it all wrong, because apparently what a girl really wants are PCs designed specifically for their gender. And what a girl needs are pre-loaded scrapbooking, diary, and horoscope apps. We’re not kidding, and neither
Dell has announced the XPS Duo 12, a new convertible ultrabook made for Windows 8. It features a 12.5-inch, “Full HD” (we assume 1920 x 1080 pixels) touchscreen with edge-to-edge Coring Gorilla Glass, and is powered by
IFA Berlin is in full swing and we’re starting to see a number of Windows 8 product announcements emerge. One of them is Toshiba’s Satellite U925t convertible tablet, or “tablet meets Ultrabook,” as the company describes it.