Responsible for the editorial vision for Laptopmag.com, Mark Spoonauer has been Editor in Chief of LAPTOP since 2003 and has covered technology for nearly 15 years. Mark speaks at key tech industry events and makes regular media appearances on CNBC, Fox and CNN. Mark was previously reviews editor at Mobile Computing, and his work has appeared in Wired, Popular Science and Inc.
I’ve been waiting for a lightweight device that can run the programs I use on my desktop, with a decent battery life, keyboard, and also good multimedia capabilities for entertainment when I’m not working.
Last time I travelled it was a struggle to do what I needed on my netbook, and for me a keyblet ticks all the boxes.
I want a device that I can use for work and entertainment, at home or travelling.
Thanks for your reviews; they’re excellent. In shopping for a Win8 touch-screen computer, for me an important factor is their stability when I touch the screen — many wobble, some want to tip over if I don’t hold the base down. So now I’m looking for computers which have a brace of some sort for the screen.
We are looking at tablets and considering the Dell Venue with Android and the Dell Venue Pro with Window 8.1. Is these any reason the Pro model would be better than android and what are the pros and cons?
Hi, I’m looking for a hybrid laptap to use with Windows. I want versatility, reliability, but at a good price (isn’t that what we all want?). I use it mostly for social media, microsoft office, and to connect remotely to, work so the typing experience is important. No need for awesome system performance or storage space at all. What would you recommend?