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Sager NP8156 Gaming Laptop

The gaming laptops we’ve tested have all been from the usual suspects: Asus, MSI, Gigabyte, Acer, and even Razer and Dell; all with design teams to customize and style systems with purpose. But some boutique systems shops source plain, barebones ...

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Asus Releases $999 AsusPro B9440UA Laptop

Asus released the AsusPro B9440UA laptop to capture the “prosumer” market with a durable ultrabook starting at $999. The B9440UA features an Intel Core i5-7200U processor, 8GB of DDR3-1866 memory, and a 512GB SSD. Graphics are handled by the integrated ...

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EVGA SC17 Gaming Laptop

EVGA aims to dominate the high-end gaming laptop market with the SC17. But does it have the horsepower to back these expectations up, and at what price? EVGA is relatively new to gaming laptops, having revealed the SC17’s first iteration ...

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Sager NP6852 Gaming Laptop

Many of the laptops we’ve tested recently feature Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1060 GPU, which offers excellent performance in modern games for a decent price. However, even a moderately priced gaming laptop is an investment. Trade-offs meant to hit lower price ...

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MSI Announces GP62X, GP72X Leopard Series Laptops

MSI refreshed its GP62 and GP72 series of thin-and-light gaming laptops with the GP62X and GP72X Leopard series. This new series is supposed to offer high performance at relatively affordable prices. Each member of the series boasts an Intel Core ...

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Google: All New Chromebooks Will Support Android Apps

Google said in May 2016 that select Chromebooks–laptops built entirely around its Chrome browser–would support apps originally made for Android devices. Now the company has updated the list of devices gaining access to the Google Play marketplace to include every ...

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Chromebooks Head To School With Android Apps, Tablet Modes

Google announced new hardware, Android software compatibility, and other improvements meant to make Chromebooks even more welcome in the classroom. The changes–plus updates to the company’s suite of education products–could extend Google’s influence over the American school system. Chromebooks are ...

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