“InFocus has unveiled the Kangaroo Notebook, an inexpensive laptop computer with an interesting concept: interchangeable mini-PC modules. Each is a completely self-contained Windows 10 PC, so you can dedicate one to important business functions, and another to family games, movies and apps.” -Steve Dent, Engadget
You may recall a few months ago I wrote about the new inexpensive laptop computer series that is sweeping the tech world called, “Chromebooks.” I’m still onboard in a big way. These little laptops that run on Google’s Chrome OS are great budget-friendly computers that can meet the needs of many people, especially those […]
Look for more inexpensive laptops, smarter takes on convertibles, and a chance for small desktops to conquer the living room. Read this post by Dan Ackerman on CES 2014: Computers and Hardware. via @CNET
I need an inexpensive laptop with a DVD burner that can run simple software like EASE - Enhanced Acoustic Simulator for Engineers, and JBL & QSC speaker design software. It doesn't have to be super fancy, maybe ask Jason for input?