Panasonic’s modular Toughbook 55 lets you swap out seemingly everything

Panasonic is upping the ante on customization for its Toughbook laptops. The tech firm's new Toughbook 55 touts a highly modular design that lets you add or replace many of the rugged system's components. Add-on packs let you add more ports, dedica...

Deals roundup: Apple Watch Series 4, August Smart Lock and Razer gear

Late summer can be a good time to shop for tech -- you can score discounts on current-generation hardware if you're more interested in a good bargain than waiting for fall upgrades. And that's certainly true here. We've found particularly sweet dea...

ThinkPad X1 Carbon review (2019): Sometimes it’s good to be boring

The ThinkPad X1 Carbon is one of the most established laptops around, and this year's model marks the 7th iteration of the series. Just like every one before it, this X1 Carbon is thinner and lighter than ever. What else is new? Well, there's a brigh...

US delays tariffs on some Chinese-made electronics until December 15th

The Trump administration announced a tariff earlier this month on an additional $300 billion of Chinese imports that was to take effect from September 1st, but the 10 percent levy will only kick in then for about half of the goods. The tariff on othe...

Linux-based Pinebook Pro has 1080p display, multi-core processing and privacy switches

The Pinebook Pro from Pine64 comes with a six-core processing brain, 4 GB or RAM and ...

When shopping for a new laptop, most of us would plump for a Windows-based or macOS-based system. Or if you're on a tight budget, a low cost, online working Chromebook may suit. But Linux-based systems are also available, the latest coming from Pine64 – a 14-inch portable with an attractive US$200 price tag.

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