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Latitude 7285 2-in-1

World’s first wireless charging laptop, by Dell

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The new MacBook Pro with TouchBar and more

Mike Coutermarsh
Mike Coutermarsh- Code @ GitHub
Really tempted to say iPhone. But then it would be really hard to do any work. So I guess, MBP it is. Since I could work + still do most everything I use my iPhone for. But wait, how would I get directions when lost... Or Uber. Maybe I should answer iPhone? 😀
Julie Delanoy
Julie Delanoy- Design at Product Hunt
I was also tempted to say iPhone, but since I get my messages on my MPB, I should be okay. I'd miss all the fun on Snapchat, but at least I could work and still search for stupid gifs.
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7.0' UMPC-Laptop with WIN 10 OS

GPD Pocket2 is an ultra sleek 7-inch PC that fits in your pocket.

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The ill-fated netbooks were probably too ahead of their time. From ultraportables to the MacBook Air to Chromebooks, we can still see parts of the netbook DNA in modern laptops. But one niche device, in particular, bears the strongest family resemblance to these smaller than usual portable PCs.
The GPD Pocket 2 is a handheld computer that looks like a laptop, but which is small enough to fold up and slide into your pocket. As the name suggests, it's a follow-up to last year's GPD Pocket, and the new model has a faster processor, an updated keyboard layout, and a sleeker design.
GPD, the maker of the seven-inch Windows 10 GPD Pocket mini laptop, is planning to launch a successor model with thinner bezels and a more powerful CPU. The first GPD Pocket, which debuted on Indiegogo last year, ran on a 1.6GHz Intel Atom x7-Z8750 quad-core processor and an Intel HD 405 graphics processor.
If you're looking for a full Windows 10 PC that you can slip into a coat pocket, you may want to check out the GPD Pocket2. Fully funded on Indiegogo within hours of launch, the GPD Pocket2 packs the same processor as a $799 Surface Pro into a machine the size of a paperback book.
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New laptop from Asus with the World's thinnest bezels

The new ZenBook S13 is built to combine timeless elegance with state-of-the-art performance, its breathtakingly beautiful 13.9-inch NanoEdge display has the world’s slimmest bezels and largest screen-to-body ratio. Powered by the latest Intel® Core™ processors, ZenBook S13 is also the world’s slimmest laptop with discrete NVIDIA® MX150 graphics.

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LAS VEGAS--()-- CES - ASUS today announced ZenBook S13 (UX392). A true combination of beauty and power, this ultraportable delivers performance and portability into an impossibly small chassis. Its 13.9-inch FHD frameless four-sided NanoEdge display is the most impressive to date, featuring the world's slimmest bezels and 97% screen-to-body ratio 1, the larg… See more
Meanwhile, if you can do without the S13's trimness, ASUS's refreshed ZenBook 14 might be more up your alley. It's remarkably similar in terms of configuration options, though you can opt for even less expensive variants with an Intel Core i3-8145U, either 4 or 8GB of RAM and either a 256GB or 512GB SSD.
The Verge
Display bezels are dying off in a variety of laptops, and now, Asus claims that it has created the "world's slimmest display bezel" for CES 2019. Instead of sticking the webcam beneath the display, on its keyboard, or even removing it altogether, Asus has created a notch at the top to squeeze a webcam into its new ZenBook S13.
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