Black Friday is one of the best times to pick up a new laptop. Whether it’s for the office, as a recreational tool, or both, you’ll be able to find some excellent bargains.
Shopping in the sales can be a stressful experience, but there are steps you can take to make sure the laptop you pick up is not only a great deal, but will also provide you with years of excellent service.
Black Friday deals are beginning to kick off already. We’ve picked out some of the best laptops currently to shop for in the Black Friday sales, and we’ll keep this guide updated throughout the Black Friday sales period to capture some of the best deals around.
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Lenovo is a Chinese manufacturer that continues to grow at an impressive rate. Purchasing the laptop arm of IBM in 2005 only cemented its place in the computing world, and it still makes some laptops that IBM made iconic, such as the ThinkPad.
Lenovo isn’t afraid to innovate, as shown by its early introduction of the Yoga range, a flexible lineup of tablets that blurs the line between laptop and tablet.
Russia is preparing to test whether it can completely cut itself off from the internet. The country is ready to take this extreme measure in the event of a cyber or real-world attack from a foreign power. But with Russia’s reputation for censorship, is there more to the story?
Samsung Accidentally Reveals New Wearables Line-Up
Whoops. It seems that somebody at Samsung HQ has hit a button early, as the line-up of its latest wearable products has appeared on the front of its dedicated Wear app.
The products include a new fitness watch, fitness bands and wireless headphones.
Amazon Cancels New York HQ, But What About The Reporting?
Amazon might be reconsidering its New York HQ expansion. But, the truly interesting news here may be how the story was broken by the Amazon-owned Washington Post, in a strangely-framed story whose conclusions have since been disputed by the New York Times. Here’s our take.
Apple’s Subscription News Service Might be in Trouble Before it Even Starts
Apple’s reported subscription news service before its even got going. Publishers are, apparently, not keen on the terms of the deal that Apple is proposing — which involves the company taking as much as 50% of all the subscription revenue generated.
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WeWork has turned off its unlimited beer tap in its New York office, a move that also follows a lawsuit and over alleged sexual assault. But, is the revised beer policy just damage control or a sign that the tech industry might be shaping up and addressing some problematic issues
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