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Asus Transformer Book Duet TD300

Asus launched a new convertible laptop/tablet at CES 2014. What's unique about this particular convertible is that it's dual-OS – Windows and Android - tablet and laptop.
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Logitech Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard K810 review

Logitech announced on Monday a glowing, Bluetooth keyboard that can connect to as many as three devices simultaneously and switch among them at the press of a button.
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Samsung Optical Smart Hub review

It's a DVD burner! It's a Wi-Fi hotspot! It's a media streamer! Wrapping your mind around the Samsung Optical Smart Hub - a unique storage and streaming product with a singularly unintuitive name, a perplexing appearance, and several very specific uses - is rather challenging. Ultimately the Optical Smart Hub presents an intriguing concept for making use of optical discs in a mobile world, but it stumbles in its design and presentation.
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Lenovo IdeaCentre Q180 review

Lenovo goes ultrasmall with its latest nettop, the Lenovo IdeaCentre Q180. This compact PC's optional optical drive is detachable too, just in case you need its footprint to be even smaller. Unfortunately, tiny, space-saving PCs often come with less-impressive specs and performance, and the Q180 is no different, as this Intel Atom-based machine scored very low on our benchmark tests.
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TelyHD review

Although Skype video chat has become a popular tool for people seeking face-time communication on computers, the webcams on PCs don't really lend themselves to group chat- - if you've ever tried to crowd several family members around a PC, you know it's tough to get everyone in the frame. The TelyHD from Tely Labs addresses the search for family-friendly videoconferencing with a Skype-enabled, Android-based network device that doesn't use a PC at all: Instead, it takes advantage of your HDTV's big screen and bundles a webcam (with a microphone and speaker) that can capture high-definition images of several people seated on a living-room sofa.
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