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Man Wins 16-Year Battle to Prove a Point Over Laptop Credit Agreement

A long-running battle between Richard Durkin and PC World has finally been resolved, with the electronics chain agreeing to pay £8,000 in compensation over a credit agreement that turned bad. Shame it cost Durkin around £250,000 in legal fees, though. Read More >>

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Razer's Righteous New Blade Might be the Best Windows Laptop Yet

The 2013 Razer Blade was fantastic. A great execution on a concept that's been appealing as hell from the very start, a Windows gaming laptop with the premium feel of a MacBook. Now it's back again, and yes, it is even better. Read More >>

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Apple Rumoured to be Ditching Sole Remaining Non-Retina MacBook

The 13-inch MacBook Pro, which hasn't seen its internal bits fiddled with since it was last refreshed by Apple's engineers in 2012, is due to be killed off this year, if Chinese supplier whispers have been accurately passed from ear to ear. Read More >>

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Could Mac OS X Have Saved Sony's Vaio PC Business?

Sony is ditching its poorly-performing Vaio PC line, boxing it up and selling it off to Japan Industrial Partners in order to focus on its more-fruitful TV and PlayStation offerings. But could it have been a different story if the company had pursued one of Steve Jobs more pie-in-the-sky ideas? Read More >>

laptops
Fujitsu's GranNote is a Laptop for Your Nan

Making a notebook for the over 60s takes more than just bigger default fonts and pre-installed Vera Lynn albums, according to Fujitsu. Read More >>

apple
Apple's Touch-Friendly, Solar-Powered Laptop Would Be Insane

Hey you, Apple user. Have you been waiting—and waiting and waiting—for Apple to make some face-melting upgrades to the MacBook instead of just bumping the specs every few months? Well, this is it. Maybe. With a capital "M." Read More >>

computers
Gigabyte's Squeezed Amazing Gaming Guts Into a 0.9-Inch Thick Laptop

This laptop might not have the sleek looks of a shiny ultrabook, but what does that matter when Gigabyte has managed to cram some crazy powerful gaming guts into its 0.9-inch frame? Read More >>

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Samsung's ATIV Book 9 Gets a Bigger Screen and Killer Battery Life

Samsung's ATIV Book 9 line (formerly Series 9) has always had a silly name but a beautiful body. Now Samsung's refreshing the Ultrabook for 2014 with better guts, a slightly bigger screen, a killer battery, and more. Read More >>

laptops
Sony's Vaio Flip 11: Shrunk Down and Loaded Up With Photoshop

Last year, Sony put out one of the most practical solutions to the convertible problem with its "Flip" line of laptops. Now the backflipping, keyboard-stashing, laptop-tablet hybrid lines is getting a new member: an 11-incher, that comes loaded up with Photoshop Elements 12. Read More >>

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The Biggest Chromebook Yet is Still Super Cheap

Toshiba is coming out with a Chromebook of its own. It's slightly larger than the Pixel, and £800 cheaper. Read More >>

laptops
Lenovo Just Made the X1 Carbon Cooler

The first Carbon X1 did the impossible by making business laptops cool. Now, the newest version of the 14-inch ThinkPad is even cooler, thanks to some minor improvements and the addition of an adaptive keyboard. Read More >>

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The World's Smallest Laptop Adapter Saves You From Carrying a Brick

Laptops are supposed to be highly portable, right? But even with a built-in battery you're never leaving home without its power adapter—and that's usually a long cable with a hefty brick somewhere along its length. They're hardly compact, but this laptop adapter from FINsix is. Read More >>

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A Samsung Chromebook is Your "Google or Nothing" Deal of the Day

Thinking of getting yourself, or a loved one, a new laptop? They're great things. You can carry them in a bag to a bar or coffee shop and sit there, torrenting all the films and music you want on their Wi-Fi, ensuring that ISPs won't start sending you ratty letters, instead, sending them to some poor sod making flat whites all day. Read More >>

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Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro Review: Flipping Fantastic

Two years ago, Windows 8 birthed what feels like a thousand different varieties of twisting, bending, hybrid laptops. In the vast army of oddities, only a few stood out as being actually good. Of those select few, the Lenovo Yoga was our favourite. Now it's back with a refresh, and it's better than ever. Read More >>

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A Solar Powered MacBook Could Have Battery Juice Until the Sun Blows Up

...or night time, at least. A freshly uncovered patent suggests that Apple is considering creating a solar power solution for keeping the batteries of MacBooks and iPhones topped up while the sun is shining. Read More >>

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8 Questions About Dell's Cat Urine Recall

Do you own a Dell Latitude 643u ultrabook? Does your Dell Latitude 643u Ultrabook smell like cat urine? And do you, in fact, not own a cat? Well, then, we have some good news for you, friends. Dell has officially issued a recall for their recent fleet of cat pee computers, and it's giving away the non-odoriferous replacement parts for free. Read More >>

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