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The company says laptops, desktops, and convertibles using Apollo Lake chips can be slimmer than models using earlier processors since, among other things, a smaller battery will offer the same amount of battery life. The company says there are also cost reductions involved in adopting the new platform, which could improve profit margins for computer makers (or retail prices for computer users).
An Apollo Lake reference design also shows some hardware improvements over many of today’s Cloudbooks. If a device maker adopts Intel’s reference design specs, we can expect to see some systems with 11.6 inch, 1920 x 1080 pixel touchscreen displays, up to 4GB of DDR3-1866 RAM, 32GB of eMMC 5.0 and/or 64GB of M.2 SATA 3 SSD storage, 802.11ac WiFI, Bluetooth 4.0, and USB Type-C ports.
Though this is not the latest nor powerful chip from Qualcomm, it allows the Vaio Phone Biz to make use of Windows 10 Continuum desktop mode, which enables the phone to transition into a desktop mode when docked with a monitor, keyboard, mouse and other accessories.Vaio is partnering with the leading Japanese telecom NTT Docomo to provide applications as well as network support for the Phone Biz. The device will go on sale this April for $424 and will come unlocked.Launching its first smart phone will be a challenge for Vaio and doing so using Windows 10 Mobile as its OS may make this an even more risky venture.
Two months before Boise pastor Saeed Abedini was released from an Iranian prison, explosive revelations from his wife, Naghmeh, complicated Abedini’s personal story. Naghmeh alleged that she had been the victim of domestic abuse during much of the couple’s 11-year marriage.
Last week, the Idaho Statesman reported that Saeed pleaded guilty to domestic battery following a July 2007 incident at the couple’s West Boise home. The Statesman this week obtained a copy of the incident report from the Boise Police Department, following a public records request.It reveals that Saeed Abedini got into an argument with his wife and shoved her several times during an incident at the couple’s West Boise home on July 1, 2007.The argument came while Saeed, then 27, was speaking with family members. Naghmeh, then 30, got upset at something he told his family and tried to close the laptop computer he was using to talk with them, Saeed told police.

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It's less of a 'let's take our phone scuba diving to get some amazing pictures' feature, and more of a safety feature – and the phone will even refuse to charge if the port is too wet, such is its ability to manage moisture.Sadly, we're still left with a single speaker firing out the bottom of the Galaxy S7 Edge, which doesn't really have the most premium of sound; however, it's serviceable, and noticeably louder than other mono speakers we've used.Overall, I can't speak highly enough of the S7 Edge's design. It feels amazing in the hand, and Samsung has managed to bring enough upgrades to make this look and feel like a completely different phone; and most people trying it for the first time will – even if they're not a fan – be able to appreciate something different in a world filled with black, rectangular slabs.
The display, while technically part of the Galaxy S7 Edge's design, is worthy of chatting about in its own right – simply because it looks so great.It's the defining feature when you pull this phone out among friends, and while it doesn't elicit the same response that the S6 Edge's display did last year (like I said, curved displays are nothing new these days), it still gets a lot of approving looks, especially as it's combined with the rounded back.The QHD resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 still looks as good as anything I've seen on a smartphone. Despite being stretched a little from last year, the 5.5-inch size still looks absolutely pin-sharp, and it's very hard to see any artefacts lying around on the screen.
It's amazing to think that, two years after LG brought out the first mainstream QHD phone, we still don't have any dedicated content that can be viewed at this resolution. Despite that, however, I don't feel like the Galaxy S7 Edge really suffers, as that display makes viewing web pages and photos a really great experience.The S7 Edge uses Super AMOLED technology, which Samsung's been chucking out for close to a decade now, and it really works well to make the phone look premium and the colors really pop.
The contrast ratio – the difference between the whitest whites and the blackest blacks – is still pretty sensational, which is because when they're not in use, the pixels are turned off; with something like the iPhone 6S or the LG G5 you've got a display that just blocks out the backlight when the pixel is showing a black image, so there can be a small amount of light bleed-through.The Galaxy S7 Edge screen also has the added benefit of the side display, which is accessed by swiping your thumb along from the right- or left-hand side of the phone's screen (you can specify which in the settings).
Where this was a nonsense, useless feature in years gone by, the side display has a much more defined role on the Galaxy S7 Edge. You can easily get access to news, regular contacts, tools (the ruler, for digi-measuring is back – GET IN) and other elements that are currently in development.
The reason battery life is so bad on many laptops is that manufacturers are in an endless arms race to make the thinnest device while adding features such as touch screens and 4K resolution panels. Both of those components consume a lot more power than a nontouch, 1080p display.For example, a user review of the 4K version of the XPS 12 from Dell.com states, "Battery drains FAST. Maybe got 3 hours of viewing streaming videos and checking email." That's over 2 hours less than we got when testing a 1080p configuration. The delta between the XPS 13 with and without 4K touch was over 3.5 hours.

Even leading business systems are sacrificing endurance for slightly thinner frames. At CES, Lenovo announced it was removing battery capacity from our favorite productivity laptop. The new ThinkPad T460s is thinner and lighter, but it promises just 10 hours of battery life with a sealed-in battery. Its predecessor, the T450s, had a hot-swappable unit that lasted 15.5 hours on our test (Lenovo claimed 17 hours).
Why You Need Long Battery Life, Even if You Don't Think So

Unfortunately, far too many consumers fail to understand the value of long battery life, because they think endurance is only necessary when you're traveling. However, even when you're at home and there are outlets in every room of the house, you shouldn't be tethered to an outlet. You would never buy a smartphone that has to stay plugged in all day, so why would you accept that experience from your laptop?

In my house, if I need my laptop to stay plugged in, I can only sit on one side of the couch. I have to avoid working at the dining room table, and my toddler keeps tripping over the cord, threatening to pull the laptop down onto the floor. Fortunately, I use a laptop that lasted 14 hours on our battery test and really endures for a solid 7 to 9 hours of my work. If I use my computer in bed for a couple of hours before I go to sleep, I can stick the device in my nightstand drawer and not worry about charging it until another couple of nights have passed. Every laptop owner should have the same experience.

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As a consumer, you can vote for a better laptop market with your wallet. Buy laptops that, on objective tests, get at least 50 percent more battery life than you think you'll need in a day. If you think you might really use your laptop away from a desk for 5 hours a day, get something with 8 or 10 hours of battery life as measured by us, not by marketers. You may end up with a slightly thicker laptop, but you'll be a lot happier not being shackled to the wall.
When you’re on a 17.5-hour direct flight from Dubai to Panama without access to power, every minute of laptop battery life counts.
How does the QHD+ display compare to the 1080p variant? Well, the 1080p display isn’t as bright (310 nits) though the matte finish makes it just as easy to view. The 1080p screen is slightly more accurate, recording average dE2000s of 3.41 and 3.37 in saturation and general accuracy tests respectively. Both models dynamically adjust their display calibration (slightly) in the firmware depending on what is being displayed, too.

We’ve seen a few tablets running Windows 10 announced in the past, but this one is sure to draw all the attention. Firstly, it is Samsung and Microsoft, rivals otherwise, coming together to show the best of both sides. A good looking hybrid with powerful OS. And, we got to spend some time with the device at the Samsung Forum 2016. Here’s our first impressions.
At a glance, it seems to be competing with Microsoft’s own Surface lineup. Weighing 693g, it is 6.3mm thin, claiming to be the thinnest 2-in-1 tablet in the world. It is thinner and lighter than Apple’s iPad Pro. Compared to the hybrids around this size, the TabPro S seems to be sleek and light. The body is build up of magnesium alloy and the rear part is plastic. No, it doesn’t come across cheap or plasticky, rather looks very cool. The rounded edges also allow a comfortable grip.Do you like the idea of being handcuffed to an electrical socket all day? Unfortunately, a number of PC vendors think you won't mind too much. Lately, we've seen a number of high-profile laptops and 2-in-1s with pitiful battery life, despite their premium price tags and lofty marketing claims. In an attempt to stand out on the shelf, PC vendors are piling power-gulping components into emaciated designs with small batteries, while boasting about all-day endurance. You need to question these numbers and fight for your right to battery life.

Detachable 2-in-1s — the devices whose tablet portion lifts off of the base — are the worst offenders, but they're far from the only ones. On the Laptop Mag Battery test, which involves continuous Web surfing over Wi-Fi at 100 nits of brightness, the Surface Pro 4 lasted just 6 hours and 5 minutes on a charge, while the HP Spectre x2 managed just 6:31 and the new Dell XPS 12 crapped out after just 5:17. On their respective sites, Microsoft claims the Surface Pro 4 will endure for "up to 9" hours of video playback, HP says the Spectre x2 will go for "up to 10 hours" and Dell just writes that the XPS 12 will let you "stay untethered for even longer."
HP's Envy 13t, a regular clamshell laptop, which the company claims will last for "10 hours of tireless productivity," died after just 5:48 of Web surfing. Samsung's $1,600 Ativ Book 9 Pro, a thin-and-light 15-incher that's portable enough to carry anywhere, lasted only 5:31 on our test, which is an hour less than the 6.5 hours Samsung cites on its spec sheet.


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