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Category Archives: Hardware
In a previous posting, I explained that Intel sent me a Haswell Ultrabook to review. I’ve had it now for a few months, and, despite the problems I’ve had due to it being a pre-production module, it remains a superstar.
In a previous posting, I explained that Intel sent me a Haswell Ultrabook to review. I’ve had it now for a couple months, and I have to say it is a superstar. The computer weighs just 3.5 pounds, and the … Continue reading
Intel sent me a Haswell Ultrabook to review, and since it runs Windows 8 and has a multi-touch screen I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it. The book weighs in at 3 pounds, 3.3 oz. It has a … Continue reading
In July of 2011 I shamelessly followed Jeff Blankenburg’s lead in writing What’s In Your Laptop Bag? Today I do it again. On May 30, Jeff wrote a post What’s On Your Desk? That seemed like such a great idea, … Continue reading
In a previous posting I described the IvyBridge Ultrabook I was given to review. This is the third and final review. In short, this is a great machine, and it has been my primary laptop since I got it. … Continue reading
In a previous posting, I explained that Intel sent me an IvyBridge Ultrabook to review. I decided to take it on the road with me, on my tour of the Netherlands, Belgium, the UK and Bulgaria. This was a … Continue reading
I travel a lot. Presentations, user groups, conferences. Most hotels, I’m glad to say have wi-fi, but it often sucks is sub-optimal. Further my UltraBook does not have an Ethernet cable port, so I’m dependent on Wi-Fi and some hotels … Continue reading
Last summer I followed Jeff Blankenburg’s lead and asked What’s In Your Computer Bag?, and then I posted what was in my bag at the time. As I get ready for my trip to Europe and the UK, it seems … Continue reading