Microsoft just introduced the new $549 Surface Laptop Go



Microsoft has just announced its newest addition to the growing Surface family, the Surface Laptop Go, alongside an updated Surface Pro X. The Laptop Go aims to bring affordable Windows computing to stylish, premium hardware in the mid-range laptop segment, starting from $549. The LTE-enabled Pro X, on the other hand, starts at $999 and is more of a refresh, specifically on the top-tier models of the ultra-portable, always-connected two-in-one PC.

There’s a lot to love about the Surface Pro X, but while an LTE-connected computer is starting to feel like something of a bygone era, given

Oppo Reno 4 Pro 5G hands-on: Premium at a price


Oppo’s Reno series is a mid-range smartphone set that focuses on build quality and design. The Reno 4 Pro, which was released in August, launched in some funky colors with a punch hole and curved edges, but housed a mid-range chipset.

Now Oppo has just released the Oppo Reno 4 Pro 5G. This phone follows the same mantra as the non-5G model, while benefiting from some hardware tweaks. I’ve had some hands-on time with the device and today I’m going to reveal my first impressions with the Oppo Reno 4 Pro 5G.

More details: Oppo’s updated Reno 4 Pro

Chromecast with Google TV impressions: The best streaming device?


The Chromecast is arguably one of the most revolutionary products Google has ever released. It completely changed the way we move content around our screens and helped pave the way for the streaming revolution.

Google hasn’t really changed the Chromecast much since its inception. It changed the shape a couple of times and gave it a 4K version, but by and large, the experience didn’t fundamentally shift. In that time, a lot of Google’s competitors have started to catch up. Amazon, Roku, Apple, and other companies have built streaming devices of their own, directly competing with Google’s Chromecast, while

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