A quick look at the Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13, soon to get a thorough review from Tom's Hardware.
After our review of Samsung's refreshed Series 9 13.3", we had requests for Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Carbon. The system is in our lab, and we just received a gigabit Ethernet dongle to test out vPro. But first, we put together a quick look at the Ultrabook.
Intel sent over several thousand dollars worth of hardware for us to give away, just in time for school to start. But you don't need to be a student to win. Just enter our sweepstakes for your chance to take home a CPU, motherboard, and an SSD.
We're big fans of remote hardware management and its implications at home, in small businesses, and of course in enterprise environments. Intel recently refreshed its vPro technology, and we have a short preview that precedes our in-depth coverage.
Falcon Northwest sent us a mini-ITX-based platform worthy of enthusiast lust. We asked the company's president, Kelt Reeves, to walk us through the process of designing a tiny desktop packing more performance than most power user-oriented rigs.
We recently received a couple of Intel's server boards, and handed them over to our 3D modeling team to preview in video.
Now that Intel has launched more than 30 Xeon E5-series CPUs, we felt it necessary to revisit the product family and help you sort out the company's nomenclature. We're even taking the opportunity to list out all of the specifications in one place!
Do you like computer mods? How about steampunk? You're in luck. Since joining Pinterest last month, we've come across a ton of fantastic and awe-inspiring homebrewed imagery. Today, we round up the top 40 steampunk computer mods from Pinterest.
We spent a full week canvassing the floor of this year's Computex show in Taipei, Taiwan. Along the way, we found eight products worthy of recognition. Those devices receive our Best of Computex 2012 award, which specifically honors innovation.
Two months after the Radeon HD 7800-series cards first launched, they remain strong performers at attractive prices. We recap our coverage of the Radeon HD 7870 and 7850, discuss why we still like them, and cover one caveat for multi-GPU gamers.
Have a peek at Intel's DZ77GA-70K motherboard, the platform that drove our Sandy Bridge- and Ivy Bridge-based processors in today's Core i7-3770K launch. We cover some of the board's physical features and our first experience with its new Visual BIOS.
At this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, iBuyPower raffled off a special Star Wars: The Old Republic-themed case mod. Today we take you through this epic build, all the way from designer sketches to the trade show floor.
Have you been following availability of Nvidia's GeForce GTX 680? There's a lot we like about the company's flagship graphics card, but it's tough not being able to find one even a month after launch. With Radeon HD 7970s at $479, the pressure is on!
We just put the wraps on our in-depth review of Apple's new iPad, covering everything from color performance to battery life to the tablet's heat output and the quality of its new rear-facing camera. If you want a taste of what we covered, check this out!
Here at Tom’s Hardware, you know we don’t typically get political because with the heated debates between AMD vs. Intel who needs Donkeys vs. Elephants?
The market is brimming with motherboard options, and businesses of all sizes face the unenviable task of trying to decide which vendor to place at the heart of their productivity desktops.