Tag Archives: Laptop Design

Why A Gaming Laptop Is A Good Tech Investment | The Startup Magazine

Nowadays, gaming laptops aren’t just for gamers. These powerful workhorses can do a multitude of tasks with great ease and speed. They make a lot of work tasks much simpler to do and can improve your overall output since slow processing won’t be holding you back. These tools are called gaming laptops because that’s what they were designed to do: play games that demand a lot of computing power with no trouble at all, and nowadays, games need a whole lot just for it to run smoothly. And if a computer can run heavy games easily, then it will be able to do almost any task with the same convenience. In this article, we look at a couple of reasons why a premium gaming laptop is a good investment.

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How Chromebooks Are About to Totally Transform Laptop Design | WIRED

GOOGLE’S FIRST CHROMEBOOK was the kind of laptop you’d design if you didn’t give a damn about laptop design. It was thick, heavy, rubbery, boring, and black. Black keys, black body, black trackpad, black everything. Everything about the Cr-48 was designed to communicate that this device was still an experiment. Even the name, a reference to an unstable isotope of the element Chromium, was a hint at the chaos raging inside this black box. “The hardware exists,” Sundar Pichai told a crowd of reporters at the Cr-48’s launch event in December of 2010, “only to test the software.”

Moments later, Eric Schmidt took the stage and preached about how the “network computer” tech-heads had been predicting for decades was finally ready to change the world. “We finally have a product,” Schmidt said, “which is strong enough, technical enough, scalable enough, and fast enough that you can build actually powerful products on it.” Apparently already sensing the skeptical feedback Chrome OS would get, he gestured toward the audience and told them “it does, in fact, work.”

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