Lenovo recently launched the Yoga 3 Pro convertible. The hybrid laptop is impressively thin, sports a great design, and comes with a slew of amazing features. Microsoft wants more people to notice this device, including Apple fanboys, so it has posted a ... Read more
When Microsoft announced the Surface Pro 3 they used the phrase, "The tablet that can replace your laptop." Today, in new video advertisements, Microsoft has targeted the MacBook Air. Currently on YouTube, these three ads address misconceptions about tablets and ... Read more
Microsoft has been touting the Surface Pro 3 as the tablet that can replace your laptop. Microsoft has even compared the Surface Pro 3 with the Apple MacBook Air, during the Surface Pro 3 reveal in May. Now, the company ... Read more
The Surface Pro 3 is a hot topic right now, considering that Microsoft unveiled this 12-inch beauty on May 20th during a special press event in New York City. Microsoft is touting this device as a replacement to your laptop, ... Read more
Last week, critics hammered Adobe over a report showing that Flash drained the new MacBook Air's bat
Some users of the new MacBook Air have been reporting frustrations on the screen, such as random fla
Ben Rudolph: Ever since Apple announced the new MacBook Air last week, I've been getting a lot of questions about ultraportable PCs. Mostly folks are intrigued by the trend toward small, sleek laptops - but don’t want to pay Apple prices or jump ship from Windows 7 to Mac OS X. Evidently the TechCrunch gang has been hearing the same thing, which is probably why they published today’s blog post titled "The Top 5 PC Alternatives to the MacBook Air". Matt Burns hits on 5 excellent PCs – the groundbreaking Dell Adamo XPS, the stupefyingly light Sony VAIO X, the battery-lasts-forever ASUS UL30 (the same one I named as one of my top 7 PCs from the last year), the crazy thin MSI x360 X-Slim, and the value-conscious Acer 3810 Timeline (another PC I reviewed).
Those are all great choices, but I wanted to offer up my recommendations as well. All of the PCs I list here run Windows 7 extremely well and will give you more power, more choice, and more personality than a MacBook Air. Take a look...
Dong Ngo: So you've gotten yourself the sleek new MacBook Air and your first thought is to install Windows 7 on it. OK, that's my first thought. The problem is the laptop has no optical drive, meaning you'll probably have to buy an accessory that costs around $80 to do the job.
Well, unless you're reading this. Yes, it's totally possible to install Windows 7 (or Vista) on the MacBook Air without a DVD drive. All you'll need is a computer running Windows 7 (that has a DVD drive), a 4GB or larger USB thumbdrive, a Windows 7 installation DVD, and about an hour of free time...
Anand Lal Shimpi: Last week Apple introduced its first significant upgrade to the MacBook Air since