Priced at $2995 ($6841.40 in today's dollars), the Hewlett-Packard HP 110, also known as the HP Portable, was basically an MS-DOS compatible laptop released in 1984. It featured a Harris 80C86 running at 5.33-MHz with 272 KB of RAM, and had an 80 character by 16 line monochrome (480 x 128 pixel) liquid crystal display. The device ran MS-DOS 2.11, and had the application programs MemoMaker, Terminal Emulator and Lotus 123 in ROM. Its LCD could be tilted for better viewing, or just folded down over the keyboard for easy transport. Continue reading for more fascinating historical pictures.
Razer may be known for their computer peripherals, but their latest creation is aimed at the ultrabook market. Introducing the $999 (base model) Razer Blade Stealth, a 2.75-pound, 0.52-inch thick laptop that boasts an Intel Core i7 Skylake processor, 12.5" high-res touchscreen display (2560 x 1440), 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of PCIe storage. For intense gaming, simply connect it via Thunderbolt 3 port to the Razer Core graphics dock, which offers a double-wide, full-length PCIe NVIDIA or AMD graphics card, extra ports, a separate power supply, and most importantly, plenty of heat dissipation. Continue reading for two more hands-on videos. Click here for more images.
The ASUS ZenBook UX303UB Touchscreen Ultrabook won't break the bank, but it's definitely no slouch, and you can pick one up for $1089 shipped, today only, originally priced at $1299. Weighing just 3.2-pounds, it's equipped with a 6th-Gen Intel Core i7 Processor, a blazing fast 512GB SSD, a beautiful 13.3" QHD+ IPS display, and a NVIDIA GT 940M discrete graphics. Product page. Continue reading for a full video review and more information.
Samsung's Chromebook 2 is the perfect backup laptop for business, travel, school, etc., and you can pick one up for $149.99 shipped, today only. This slim, lightweight laptop features a 11.6-inch HD display, a powerful Intel Celeron processor, an elegant leather-like stitched design, and up to nine hours of battery life on a single charge. It boots up in just 10 seconds and delivers Wi-Fi speeds three times faster than standard 802.11n. Security features like automatic updates and sandboxing technology protect your Chromebook from viruses and malware. Product page. Continue reading for a full video review and more information.
Laptop coolers will normally run upwards of $15, or at least for a decent one that won't break down after a simple tumble, and comes complete with 160mm fans that can spin at approximately 1500RPM. However, for those who want an even more economical solution, your local grocery store just might be the best bet. That's right, just pick up a two dozen carton of eggs and just prop the computer up on the cardboard afterwards. If you need even more height, simply fasten the two halves together with super glue. Continue reading to see 21 more cleaning life hacks that will come in handy. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery.
The ASUS F555LA is a great all-around laptop (video / photo editing, basic gaming, etc.), and can be picked up for just $329.99 shipped, today only, originally priced at $499.99. With the latest 5th generation Intel Core i3 processor, the F555 gives you the performance you need while consuming power efficiently to ensure a longer battery life. Plus, the two USB 3.0 ports - 10 times faster than USB 2.0 - lets you transfer photos, music and movies in a fraction of the time. Product page. Continue reading for a full video review and more information.
China is known for their elaborate knockoffs, and one of them is this MacBook Air, which features a unibody design. If you're not able to tell the difference at first glance, everything changes when you switch it on, as it's actually running Windows 7 Ultimate, and not OS X. This $328 laptop is powered by an Intel ATOM D2500 (1.86GHz), 4GB of DDR3 RAM, a 500GB hard drive, and sports a 14-inch LED HD Screen display (1366 x 768). Despite these lowly specs, it still has a 1.3-megapixel camera for video conferencing as well as 802.11b/g Wi-Fi connectivity. Continue reading for more fascinating images that you probably haven't seen before.
WeWi Telecommunications Inc. has developed an innovative solar-powered laptop that can run for 10-hours continuously on a single charge - takes only 2-hours to fully charge. Featuring fold-out solar panels, it can be used in off-grid areas and countries where access to electricity is limited. The $350 laptop features a 1.86GHz dual-core Intel Atom D2500 processor, 2GB of RAM (4GB maximum), a Seagate 320GB SATA HDD, GMA3600 integrated graphics, 3.0-megapixel webcam, and a 13.3-inch LCD screen. It also sports a USB port, HDMI, Ethernet, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, an audio jack and SD card expansion. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Master game system modder Eddie Zarick is back at it again, and this time, he has unveiled not one, but two, custom systems: a Captain America Xbook One and Iron Man Playbook 4. The former's shield was made with brushed metal vinyl work on top of acrylic to give it depth and the illusion of metal, while the star in the middle of the shield lights up when the system is turned on. Best of all, it has a built-in Hauppauge HD PVR Rocket capture card, which means you can simply plug in USB stick, mic (if you want to narrate) and begin recording your gaming session for Twitch, YouTube gaming, etc. Continue reading to see the Iron Man Playbook up-close.
ASUS's F555LA-AB31 15.6" Windows 10 Laptop can be pre-ordered today for just $349 shipped. With the latest 5th generation Intel Core i3 processor, the F555 gives you the performance you need while consuming power efficiently to ensure a longer battery life. To keep heating issues at bay, ASUS IceCool Technology features a unique internal layout that keeps palm rest surface temperatures consistently at a below body temperature lever. Product page. Continue reading for a full video review and more information.