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A 2-in-1 device that uses AI for smarter charging, that can also be rotated horizontally, vertically, laid flat, and with a keyboard that automatically tracks your hands while you type. That's Project PRECOG, a new device from ASUS due to ship next year.

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Razer Blades are instantly recognizable for their sleek, black coat and glowing green triple-snake logo -- and they're powerful units. Some of the most impressively designed and specced-up gaming laptops you can find. We've looked at the Stealth in the past and were very happy with it, overall - so how does it's Big Daddy, the Razer Blade Pro, stack up?

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The Razer Blade line has produced some of the most mobile, technically advanced gaming laptops to date. Last night, Razer announced their 2018 refresh - and there are a few cosmetic changes lurking under that matte black hood. The new Blade, according to Razer, aims to be Ultra Fast, Ultra Small and Ultra Powerful, and with its beefed up specs and decreasing size, they certainly look like their going to meet those goals.

Here's what we know about the new Razer Blade, when you can get it and how much it will cost.

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Do not be me. I was desperate for a new Apple laptop to replace my dying 2012 one and as soon as the 2016 Macbook Pro with Touch Bar was available to buy I ordered it. This was a major redesign for Apple, and experience with other products told me that buying the first generation of a new laptop would be a very bumpy ride. I did it anyways.

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It makes more sense than ever to put some Android apps on you laptop. As well as giving you access to apps that have no desktop or web equivalent (like Snapchat), it's great for playing games on the big screen - we got Alto's Adventure up and running on the Pixelbook with no problems, and plenty of other games would benefit from the extra screen space too.

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Word on the street is that Apple plans to release a new Macbook Air this year. If it's anything like the current MacBook Air, it's going to be one of the worst bang-for-buck laptops on the market. Apple, please. You need to stop.

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Microsoft have made it even more difficult to choose which Surface product to buy with the release of the revised Surface Pro and the new Surface Laptop. Which one do you buy? Which one is better? Surface Pro. Surface Laptop. Surface Pro. Surface Laptop. The mental back-and-forth is real. We've put together this nifty guide to help you decide which one is the right one for you.

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Not everyone needs a super fast laptop equipped with the fastest CPU, stacks of memory and a capacious SSD to store all your data. For some, a laptop is a second device that fits a specific need when travelling.

Students love low-cost machines as most of their content is stored on the cloud so all they need is enough local processing power to carry out basic tasks. And others want a machine for occasional use and don't have a massive budget. So, what can you get for $1000 or less?

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Gaming notebooks that don't compromise on price, weight or performance are growing increasingly more common. Dell's managed to secure a place as one of the better options if you're considering such a laptop, with its Inspiron 15 7000 the best contender. Right now, you can grab the budget powerhouse for less than $1400, an amazing deal considering it packs an NVIDIA GTX 1060.

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When Apple launched the MacBook Air at the end of January 2008, it was an overpriced marvel of design and tech. The laptop, a silvery sliver of machined aluminium, was 1.9cm at its thickest and weighed 1.36kg. In an impractical but effective on-stage demonstration, Steve Jobs unveiled the the $2499 computer by removing it from a Manila interoffice envelope to demonstrate just how svelte it really was. "What is the MacBook Air?" he asked while pacing the stage. "In a sentence, it's the world's thinnest notebook."

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Following its more mobile Blade and Blade Stealth laptops, Razer has introduced its top-of-the-line Blade Pro gaming-focused machine in Australia for the first time.

With a 17.3-inch screen, a Core i7 Kaby Lake processor and a beautiful, comfortable design in black aluminum crammed into a shell only 2.2cm thick, this is an absolute beast of a laptop that also manages to look and feel premium and classy.

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For years, Microsoft and others have been trying to figure out how to get Windows running on chips other than x86 processors most commonly made by Intel and AMD. The hope is that by broadening the platform to makers of mobile devices, Windows on ARM-based chips will lead to cheaper, more accessible systems than the standard laptops we have now.

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If you've just put down hundreds of dollars in exchange for a polished new gadget, than you want that money to go as far as possible - which means making sure that your device of choice enjoys a long and healthy existence before it heads off for recycling many years down the line.

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I couldn't help but think back to the 1970s when Microsoft announced the new Surface Book 2 - memories of the opening titles from The Six Million Dollar Man came flooding back. The new Surface Book 2 boasts the latest processors from Intel, upgraded graphics and a massive 17 hours of battery life when playing back video. And Microsoft has one target firmly in their sights. Most of the comparisons Microsoft makes is with Apple's MacBook Pro, claiming to be better, stronger and faster.