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The 10 Best Laptops
Shopping for a laptop is a pretty daunting task. The sheer number of systems available online or in a store's electronics section is enough to make your mind spin. Most people have a general idea of what their laptop should look like and what they want in terms of features, but are often intimidated by the choices available. We narrow down those choices with 10 top-rated notebooks.
The first thing you need to consider is what you need in the laptop. Are you looking for something to compete on the gaming grid? Then a discrete graphics card and big screen are necessary components in the laptop you choose. Are you on a limited budget? Then be on the lookout for anything under $500 that offers at least a Core i3 CPU and 4GB of memory. If a business system is what you need, then security measures like a fingerprint reader and a TPM jawatan kosong module are must-haves. For those who spend a lot of time on the road, an ultrabook or an ultraportable will keep back and shoulder strain to a minimum. For those who need a system meant for watching movies, a bright 1080p screen is a must-have feature. And last but not least, ask yourself if a touch screen is important to you. With the advent of Windows 8 and 8.1, touch-screen functionality has become a significant factor to consider when buying a laptop.
The editors of PCMag.com test hundreds of systems each year to help you find the best laptop. There are a lot of laptops out there, from the large-screen desktop replacements to the lightweight ultraportables, and even laptop/tablet convertibles, but all share common features. In this story, we help you narrow your choices by collecting the 10 best laptops on the market today. If you need more shopping advice, then our buying guide is a good place to start. Also be sure to check out our top laptop picks for business and gaming.
Hands On: Acer Aspire Switch 10
Today, as part of a series of product announcements, Acer announced the Aspire Switch 10, a new detachable 2-in-1 device. The design takes the detachable hybrid concept, which pairs a standalone tablet with a docking keyboard, and remixes it with a docking hinge that can be attached facing forward or back. We got some hands-on time with the Switch 10, and have some first impressions to share.
This versatile jawatan kosong magnetic hinge, which Acer calls the Snap Hinge, is somewhat similar to the "Rip and Flip" design used on the Lenovo ThinkPad Helix, letting you attach the tablet to the docking keyboard in either direction. With this new arrangement, the Aspire Switch 10 can be used in four different positions: Notebook Mode, Pad Mode, Display Mode, and Tent Mode.
The small laptop features a 10.1-inch IPS display, with Zero Air Gap technology—bonding the display panel directly to the glass—for better picture clarity. The display offers 1,366-by-768 resolution, and offers touch, but without a digitizer, there's no active pen support. Also on the tablet are two front-facing speakers, along with a 2-megapixel front-facing camera.
The Aspire Switch 10 is available with up to 64GB of onboard storage, with a dual-core Intel Atom (Bay Trail) processor and 2GB of RAM. The small hybrid laptop comes with a complimentary copy of Microsoft Office Home & Student 2013.
The detachable hybrid features lightweight plastic construction, with aluminum across the back of the tablet. The slim laptop measures 0.45 inches thick with the keyboard docked, and 0.35 inches with the tablet alone. The ultralight design weighs 2.58 pounds (tablet and keyboard), and offers an estimated battery life of up to 8 hours.
The docking hinge features jawatan kosong magnetic latches to secure the tablet while docked, but in our hands-on time with the hybrid, the magnetic function actually made the dock more difficult to use. The magnets would pull the tablet and hinge toward each other whether the two halves were properly matched or not, resulting in frequent misalignment, leaving me worried that in regular use, the docking connection might break entirely.
While details on optional accessories are fairly scarce, Acer did announce that there will be some accessories offered. An optional keyboard dock (presumably different than the docking keyboard already included as part of the device) will offer an integrated hard drive with up to 500GB of additional storage. Other accessories include the Acer Snap Case, to protect the tablet and keyboard, and a micro USB cable for charging.
The Acer Aspire Switch 10 will be available worldwide late May, with a starting price of $379.99. The base model will feature an Intel Atom Z374 processor, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of on board storage.
Crazy Concept Computers
jawatan kosong Ever think computer company product planning sessions consist of throwing one wacky concept after another against the wall to see what sticks? Not much does and sure enough, the ash heap of tech history is littered with flubs, flops and FUBAR fiascos designed to fly high but destined to fail. Every so often, though, a diamond emerges from the dung heap and everything changes – the cliched “paradigm shift”. Here are 15 of the coolest, craziest computer concepts you’ll see today; diamonds in the rough perhaps but easy on the eye fer shure!
From Unbreakable Codes To Incredible New Computers, Quantum Technology Is Clearly The Future
Since the advent of personal computers, the name of the game has been miniaturization.
But we're quickly approaching an inconvenient jawatan kosong plateau – very soon, the idea of shrinking down computer parts just won't be possible and won't make any sense. When an electronic component is just a few atoms wide, how do you improve on that?
We recently spent a week in Moscow surrounded by some of the world's brightest scientific minds to learn all about quantum technology – what it is, where it's heading, and how it can make our lives better. The International Conference on Quantum Technologies, sponsored by the Russian Quantum Center, saw professors, theorists, and physicists of all stripes come together to present their ideas to each other. The results were astounding.
"We're running out of ways to make computers faster and quantum jawatan kosong technology is clearly the next step," Professor Vladimir Shalaev told Business Insider.
"Quantum technology" is a blanket term for technology that makes use of the weirdness of the quantum world to accomplish tasks. Some classic examples of this "weirdness" are most readily found in electrons, which are part of essentially every atom in the universe. They can move forwards and backwards in time, exist in two places at once, and can even teleport by way of a process called quantum tunneling.
This smacks of magic, but it's very real, having been confirmed by countless experiments over the past hundred years or so. Quantum mechanics, for all its quirks and idiosyncrasies, is one of the most tested and verified theories in physics.
"The average person shouldn't care about quantum technology!" he said. "Do you care how your microwave works, or do you just care that it works?" He's a proponent of quantum technology that disappears into the background of whatever device you're using, leaving you free to enjoy its capabilities without worrying about the complicated math and physics that make it work.
Beloussov seems most intrigued by how quantum technology can change hardware companies. jawatan kosong He used MRI design as an example: "If you've ever been in an MRI, you know it's not fun. It's noisy and you have to lay perfectly still for a long time. There's no reason for MRIs to suck like this. We could use quantum technology like an atomic magnetometer to shrink down the components of an MRI machine until they're so small and affordable that there's one in every doctor's office."
Perhaps the sexiest application of quantum technology is in computing. A quantum computer is one that uses quantum bits, called qubits, instead of standard bits to interact with information. Where the bits in your Mac or PC can only represent a one or a zero, a quantum computer's qubits can represent a one, zero, or a one and zero at the same time. This enables the computer to perform many calculations at once, significantly reducing the time required to solve a problem.
A computer that can carry out multiple operations at a time represents a great leap forward. Suddenly artificial intelligence can be a little less artificial. Huge numbers can be factored nearly instantly, an important jawatan kosong development for code-breaking and Internet security.
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