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Ben and Ryan Explain: Screen Resolution

By Ben Rudolph

One of the most common misconceptions about PCs is that the bigger the screen, the more items you’ll be able to pack on After all, bigger is better, right? Well, sort There’s a big difference between screen size and screen… Read more

Flying business class with the Dell Vostro v130

By Ben Rudolph

When you think business-class PCs, you think Dell, however, wants you to think “beautiful”. That’s the vision behind the strikingly thin, surprisingly gorgeous Dell Vostro Part of Dell’s “Vostro” small business lineup of PCs, the Vostro v130 is powerful (Core… Read more

Sony Unveils its new premium VAIO S Series laptops

By Ben Rudolph

Sony lifted the curtain on a pretty sweet new laptop, the high-end VAIO S The new ” PCs boast some pretty impressive specs, like new “Sandybridge” i5 and i7 processors, solid state drives, backlit keyboards, Blu-Ray and hybrid AMD Radeon… Read more

Design, Style & Technology Converge at Fashion Week

By Ben Rudolph

You’ve probably heard the saying “the clothes make the man (or woman).”   It’s true; clothes aren’t there to simply shield us from the elements, they are the front-line of self   Today’s Windows PCs are the same   They are… Read more

Hands on with the HP Pavilion dm1z: The anti-netbook

By Ben Rudolph

Most people who I talk to who recently bought a netbook say the same thing: “I love the battery life! I love the portability! But I don’t love the performance”. It’s a common trade-off in the world of If you… Read more