Samsung's new ultra-thin tablet weighs less than 700g, and features an Intel Core M processor, 4GB RAM, up to 256GB SSD, optional 4G LTE Cat 6, 12-inch 2160x1440px Super AMOLED screen, and more.
The Galaxy TabPro S comes with a "full-sized keyboard cover", which includes a touchpad, and a "flexible hinge [that] enables optimal dual-angle viewing for the clearest display in any circumstance", according to Samsung.
The device also includes fast-charging support, allowing it to fully charge in two and a half hours, and offers up to 10.5 hours of battery life. A multi-port adapter - including HDMI, and USB Type-A and -C connections - will be available to purchase separately, along with an optional Bluetooth Pen accessory.
New images have surfaced showing a new Samsung Ultrabook weighing just 1.9 pounds or 860 grams and measuring half an inch thick. The new laptop will likely be introduced at CES next week.
To put this new laptop's weight of 860 grams into perspective, the MacBook Air 13 inch weighs 1350 grams. At 1080 grams, even the MacBook Air 11 inch is heavier than the Samsung 13.3 inch model. The 15 inch version of the Samsung laptop will reportedly weigh in at 1300 grams, or 2.9 pounds.
The AIO 700 will be available with either a 24- or 27-inch touch-display, with up to 4K (3840x2160px) resolution, along with Intel's newest-generation 'Skylake' Intel Core i7 processors. Among its other key specs, you'll be able to get up to 2TB of storage, up to 16GB of RAM, integrated JBL speakers, and an array of ports including USB 3.0/2.0, and HDMI-out and -in.
The free upgrade from Windows 7 and 8 to Windows 10 is doing wonders: In just under a month of general availability, Windows 10 is now running on 75 million devices.
Unsurprisingly, Windows 10 appears to be doing better than Windows 8: back in 2012, only 40 million Windows 8 licences were sold in the first month of availability. After six months, Windows 8 had risen to 100 million licences sold—but "sold" is likely to be a very different figure from how many devices were actually running Windows 8. So, 75 million devices running Windows 10 after a month is pretty darn good.
Windows 8 users might be in for a small shock to find out that their operating system is no longer supported by Microsoft. Today’s batch of security fixes will be the last one they get if users don’t upgrade to a newer OS.
Most Windows users are probably familiar with the ten year support period that each version of Microsoft’s operating system usually gets. But Windows 8.0 is an exception to that rule, and as such it only got 24 months of support, a period that’s ending as of today, January 12th.
We've been noticing something the past few months: Every tech company is trying to be more like Microsoft. Which is to say, they're belatedly copying the Surface Pro, a laptop/tablet mashup that's already in its fourth generation. There are different examples: the iPad Pro from Apple, Google's Pixel C, as well as offerings from Lenovo and Dell. But HP's latest is an especially literal interpretation. The Spectre x2, as it's called, is a 12-inch Windows tablet with a keyboard cover. Also like the Surface Pro, it sports a kickstand around back and can be used with a pressure-sensitive pen. But, it's cheaper and the keyboard actually comes in the box (hear that, Microsoft?). On paper, then, it would seem that while the x2 isn't groundbreaking, it could be worthwhile in its own right.
Windows Update for Business provides IT controls over the deployment of updates within their organizations, while ensuring their devices are kept current and their security needs are met, at reduced management cost. Features include setting up device groups with staggered deployments and scaling deployments with network optimizations.Windows Store for Business provides IT a flexible way to find, acquire, manage and distribute apps to Windows 10 devices – both Windows Store apps and custom line of business apps. Organizations can choose their preferred distribution method by directly assigning apps, publishing apps to a private store, or connecting with management solutions.
Microsoft is making a big splash with its latest gear, the Surface Pro 4 and the Surface Book. These pricey products are designed to compete directly with Apple’s traditional hegemony on premium gadgets. But just how well do these latest offerings measure up against Apple?
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