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Porsche Design Reveals 2-in-1 at The Mobile World Congress 2017

Porsche Design

A few days ago, at the Mobile World Congress 2017 show in Barcelona, Spain, Porsche Design Computing revealed the Book One 2-in-1 device sporting Windows 10 Pro. The notable feature about this 2-in-1 is that it not only includes a detachable keyboard, but the outline features a patented hinge that provides 360 degrees of rotation so that the screen can be adjusted to theater mode, tent mode, tablet mode, and so on. Continue reading

HTC’s New Flagships U Ultra and Play Have Arrived

HTC U Ultra

HTC’s recent flagships have struggled to stand out in a market ruled by iPhones and Samsung Galaxies. HTC’s has officially launched its latest smartphone duo – the HTC U Ultra and HTC U Play in Malaysia. These phones were announced a month ago. The HTC U series is trying to stand out with a 4-way 3D glass back which gives it a distinctive look in various lighting conditions. Continue reading

Top 5 Gaming Laptops For Unmatched Gaming Experience

Razer Blade Pro

When it comes to choosing the perfect gaming laptop for all high-funda, latest games with tremendous demand on graphic capabilities, many of us feel a bit confused. Whether to go for the Ultimate graphic ability or to prioritize storage or processing power, there are too many considerations involved to make the ideal choice. To add to our confusion more there are too many great gaming laptops in the market. So, seeking expert help seems inevitable, right? Well, to make things easier for you here we introduce top 5 gaming laptops. Continue reading

At Cafe X, A Robot Makes Your Coffee According to Your Preference.

Cafe X

Coffee is seen as an opportunity to catch up with friends, sit quietly among strangers, or unofficially pay a morning’s rent on your Starbucks office. Cafe X is putting a twist on that old barista model. Opened in San Francisco last month, the startup is opting instead to have a large robotic arm craft your caffeinated options. Baristas are nowhere to be seen at a new café in San Francisco. Continue reading