Most of us are used to being able to take our laptops with us everywhere. Here’s my top 5 lightweight laptops to consider buying:
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Looking for a Chromebook? Lightweight, secure and reasonably priced, Chromebooks are an excellent alternative to normal laptops.
Fitness bands like the Fitbit are premium and well made products but there are other manufacturers who have taken the fitness tracker concept and produced alternatives that are 4 times cheaper in some cases. The question is, are they just pretenders or viable alternatives?
The Intel NUC is a barebones little PC that might be mistaken for a lightweight machine, but dig a little deeper and you’ll find this could be your perfect Linux PC.
There’s seems to be a lot less tablets on the market in recent years and this tablet is a welcome alternative to other higher priced tablets.
Let’s take a look at how this laptop works under Linux because at a $200 price point this Cloudbook has some pretty good specs.
For Linux users (or readers who want to start using Linux), this is my round up of some of the most popular Chromebooks that support Linux.
The new Toshiba Chromebook 2 2015 version adds more processing power and a backlit keyboard.
Here’s some add-ons that I think you’ll find very useful if you’ve got or are about to buy a Chromebook.
The stand out feature of the Toshiba Chromebook 2 is it’s amazing IPS full HD screen, let’s take a closer look in this review…