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More pixels, smaller package

Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch Retina

After flipping the middle finger to the rest of the laptop market with the MacBook Pro Retina last summer, it was only a matter of time before Apple's Midas touch turned to the smaller 13-inch companion. The new Apple

Fixing the bad kind of flashy

MacFrames

The iMac's design is unquestionably stunning, but it's hard to marvel too long at a screen that's burning your corneas with glare. The MacFrame ($49+) protects you from needing your grandma's glaucoma shades while you surf the web. Luckily, glare

Attack of the Clones

Dell XPS One 27 All-in-One Desktop

The all-in-one desktop market has belonged to Apple since we booted up our first Mac to hunt rabbits and die of dysentery on the Oregon Trail. Despite advances from its Windows-based competitors, the iMac has kept users captivated, thanks in large

Peer into the future, without the crystal ball

CES 2012: Our Favorite Booths

We kicked off 2012 by visiting not-so-beautiful Las Vegas to attend CES, with the hope of getting a head start on the exciting new products that will launch over the coming year. While we'll continue to highlight gadgets revealed

Photo Express

Touch Points: Creation Station


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In our third and final segment on the HP TouchSmart, we decided to see how the innovative desktop handled a usual day at the home office editing photos and

What's Cookin'

Touch Points: Home Hub


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After covering the HP Touch Smart’s talents as a bedroom media center, we next put the capable machine to the test in the center of our home, a.k.a. the kitchen.

All-in-fun

Touch Points: Bedroom Media Center


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If the explosion of smartphones and tablets has revealed any universal truth about technology, it’s that touch screens are far more pleasant to work with for most activities compared to

Lean Back

HP 9300 and 610 TouchSmart PC

Touch screens are all the rage with mobile technology, but touch-enabled desktops are still few and far between. HP originally led the way with the first TouchSmart PC back in 2008, and since then they've been continually innovating the line.

Sony Vaio LV180J

An All-In-One Desktop with Entertainment Center Dreams

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Sony's latest entry into the field of all-in-one desktops takes another big step towards erasing the line between the TV and computer, and we couldn't be happier. Its computing-based feature set includes a 3.0GHz Intel Core 2 Duo