When it comes to operating systems there are really only two big names in the industry: Apple and Microsoft, with their Mac OS X and Windows operating systems, respectively. But by next June there is going to be a new name in the operating system field: Hewlett Packard. HP is planning on showing off what it hopes will become the future of the operating system and it won’t have anything to do with Microsoft or Windows. Linux++ The operating system will be known as Linux++ and is a part of HP’s ambitious new project that is aimed around reinventing the computer, according to a reviewRead More →

Over the past few years there have been a lot of versions of the laptop that have come out. Now it’s a little bit hard to differentiate the different versions and tell what they are. If you are in the market for picking up something new, you should know what you are getting into! Here is a little bit of information to put an end to the confusion. Laptop A laptop used to be exactly what it sounds like: a laptop computer. Now it is hard to find just a regular old laptop. But basically, the idea is still the same. A laptop is justRead More →

Whether you are in need of a laptop, with keyboard attached, or just a lightweight tablet to play games on, there are many options nowadays to get the best of both worlds. Sony believes they have created the unrivaled, best of both worlds hybrid, with their new “Vaio Flip.” This device is much more sleek, and convincing in both of it’s forms than its competition. In its closed position, it appears to be just a laptop with a seam across the middle, it opens just like a normal laptop but a small switch on the side of the screen allows the device to fold overRead More →

Sleek and sexy is as important today as performance. Well, almost, but with its new Envy line, HP is hoping to cash in with a laptop that is both beautiful and substantial.Let us focus on the appearance first. Both Envy’s have a metal casing with subtle machined designs on the casing. The screens for both laptops are glass. The Envy 14 has a 14.5 inch screen, while the Envy 17 boasts a 17.3 inch screen. Both also incorporate backlit keyboards for those late nights. They both are around 1.5mm in size, and while not paper thin, the size is essential for the power these machinesRead More →