Amazon is apparently busy preparing several exciting new products, which could be announced at its upcoming September 28th hardware event. According to Bloomberg, a 15-inch “Wall Echo” display is in the works that could double as a control center for smart homes, not to mention several new Amazon Fire and Echo products.
Shopping for a Thunderbolt 4 hub is kind of a crapshoot right now. Even if a hub works as advertised, it may contain a ton of unnecessary ports, or it may not come with certified USB-C TB4 cables. That’s why Plugable is launching the TBT4-HUB3C, a small, no-nonsense Thunderbolt 4 hub that comes packed with everything you need for a perfect desktop setup.
Apple recently patched a critical macOS vulnerability that lets hackers run arbitrary code through email attachments. Unfortunately, this patch is sloppy and extremely easy to bypass. Mac owners should avoid opening email attachments with the inetloc extension until Apple issues a proper fix.
Microsoft’s hotly-anticipated Surface product event took place on Wednesday, and we have tons of information to share. The company topped off the event by debuting a fancy new Surface Laptop Studio, a unique Surface Duo 2 folding phone, and more.
This week Microsoft took the stage to announce all sorts of exciting new Surface products. From a revamped Surface tablet lineup, a new Surface Duo 2, the Laptop Studio, and a slew of neat accessories. Here, we’ll be going over the latest Surface Slim Pen 2, Microsoft’s ingenious new Adaptive Kit add-on, and its Earth-friendly Surface Ocean Plastic Mouse.
It might be hard to remember, what with desktop, laptop, and phone options now, but the Surface lineup started as a humble 2-in-1 tablet category. But Microsoft hasn’t forgotten, as it unveiled new Surface Pro 8, Pro X, and Go 3 tablets this morning.
Of all the devices announced during today’s Surface event, Microsoft’s new flagship 2-in-1 is by far the most unexpected and bizarre. The Surface Laptop Studio features a unique floating display that you can perch behind its trackpad for an immersive gaming or streaming experience or fold into tablet mode for drawing and note-taking.
No, that’s not a new Surface product. It’s the HP 11-inch Tablet, a versatile Windows 11 device with a pop-up camera. Launching this December, the HP 11-Inch Tablet (that’s really its name) looks like a compelling alternative to Microsoft’s Surface Go, although it falls short in a few areas.
Microsoft’s compatibility checker for Windows 11 is now available for all users. The software, which you can find at the bottom of Microsoft’s Windows 11 page, was previously exclusive to Windows Insiders. And oddly enough, it contains a new waiver for people with older PCs.
HP just announced the latest Spectre x360 2-in-1 laptop, a 16-inch beast featuring Intel’s latest processors, optional NVIDIA GPUs, and custom beautification AI to keep you gorgeous during video calls. It’s an interesting option in the world of premium laptops, and a killer device for anyone wanting an upgrade for Windows 11.