By James E. Gaskin · November 29, 2013 ·
Three years ago, schools couldn’t get enough rugged yet affordable laptops. Today, it’s all about tablets. So Equus has upgraded its Nobi laptop-tablet-ruggedized school computer to version 3 with Windows 8 Pro 10-point touch, while keeping the price in the $500 to $600 range.
By James E. Gaskin · November 25, 2013 ·
We go hands on with one of the newest models in Netgear’s line of desktop network storage units with an upgrade that includes the operating system, user interface, and even the file system.
By Jim Kumorek · November 07, 2013 ·
All-in-one computers are more popular than ever in businesses and homes for their simplicity and reduced clutter, but how much PC do you get at the value end of the spectrum of the AIO world? We test Acer's new Z3640G commercial AIO to find out.
By Jim Kumorek · October 30, 2013 ·
Virtualization services can enable a server to stream the entire PC experience to remote users, and ViewSonic is hoping its SC-T45 thin client PC will be on the receiving end.
By Chris Eaves · July 30, 2013 ·
Designed for professionals working in unforgiving, on-location environments, GammaTech’s U12Ci Durabook provides a great deal of protection and versatility to mobile and tablet computing. Pretty and light, it is not.
By James E. Gaskin · July 24, 2013 ·
The market is overflowing with able All-In-One printers at price points that were impossible a few short years ago. The Epson WorkForce WF-3540 offers fast, double-sided printing, scanning, and copying as good as any, and better than most.
By James E. Gaskin · June 28, 2013 ·
Seagate makes nearly half the hard disks in the world, so it only makes sense to be in the NAS business, too. Their new 2-Bay NAS units in the Business Storage line show how polished their network attached storage units have become over the past few years.
By Jim Kumorek · June 21, 2013 ·
GammaTech has blurred the lines between a typical tablet computer and desktop AIO system with its A22i. The A22i is a sleek, lightweight system, and truly could be carried around and used as a tablet in small stints.
By Colin McBride · June 17, 2013 ·
The Koala Mount (for tablets), by Dockem Products is a little gadget for placing your iPad, Surface, Nexus, smartphone, or other tablet alternative to a door, cabinet, refrigerator – and many other surfaces.
By James E. Gaskin · June 12, 2013 ·
When you want to put three hard drives in the space of two, a drive cage like iStarUSA’s BPU-230 can make it possible. And, since this model has a tray for each drive, you can install either 3.5- or 2.5-inch drives in the unit.
By Jim Kumorek · May 07, 2013 ·
All-in-one computers have a great space-saving profile for businesses and regular home users. Not at all a stranger to the AIO market, HP has introduced its Compaq Elite 8300 AIO system.
By Matt Whitlock · March 13, 2013 ·
Off-site and cloud storage can be riddled with inconveniences, complexities, and costs. There is something to be said about adding durable, local storage to a backup strategy. That is what the N2 offers, but does it excel?
By Matt Whitlock · February 28, 2013 ·
Lenovo takes on the small-form-factor PC, and though it’s not the smallest out there, the company’s experience being the go-to SMB PC supplier has resulted in a small PC with big, flexible features.