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More Chromebook models can now run Windows apps in Parallels

More Chromebook models can now run Windows apps in Parallels

Parallels, a Windows virtual machine app for Chrome OS, is now available on more Chromebooks with the inclusion of AMD Ryzen processor support. VM users are also getting further access to USB and other peripherals as well.

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Lenovo Tab P11 Pro review one month later: An all-in-one Android tablet that's not worth it at all

Lenovo Tab P11 Pro review one month later: An all-in-one Android tablet that's not worth it at all

Aside from Samsung, Lenovo is one of the few Android OEMs that bothers to release tablets. The company has a tendency to be showy with products in the Yoga series, especially the one with that weirdo keyboard. But this ain't no Yoga — the Android-powered Tab P11 Pro is a typical tablet with an optional keyboard accessory. It was announced last year and launched just recently.

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TCL announced a bunch of new phones

TCL announced a bunch of new phones

TCL's presence in the mobile world may be understated compared to the Samsungs or Xiaomis, but having only put out phones under its own name for the past couple of years, the company has definitely has its foot on the gas pedal. Today, three new phones are joining the TCL 20 series, bringing this year's catalogue up to five devices.

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HP's new Chromebook hits the magic sweet spot between budget and premium

HP's new Chromebook hits the magic sweet spot between budget and premium

HP is breathing new life into its Chromebook x360 14 series with 11th-gen Intel chips and a step up in memory from eMMC format to PCIe SSD. All of that starting from the same prices as last year.

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Nokia has a bunch of new phones you'll probably forget exist next week

Nokia has a bunch of new phones you'll probably forget exist next week

Nokia is preparing a fresh batch of entry-level phones — including those with 5G — for 2021. But in the E.U. and U.K., where the six devices and some wireless earbuds will arrive first, there's more to this announcement than just hardware and new names.

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Samsung reportedly bringing 90Hz and 120Hz displays to the upcoming Galaxy A52 & A72

Samsung reportedly bringing 90Hz and 120Hz displays to the upcoming Galaxy A52 & A72

U.S. carriers have often carried and highlighted Galaxy A-series devices as budget options for their postpaid customers, so if you have vested an interest in this niche selection, you might want to pay attention to some progressive developments about the Galaxy A52 and the A72.

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The Xiaomi Mi 11 launches in international markets

The Xiaomi Mi 11 launches in international markets

Historically, Xiaomi has been a consistent contender to launch the first phones with next-generation Qualcomm silicon. It took the lead again by announcing its Mi 11 series of phones complete with the Snapdragon 888 in China last year. With that new engine comes a cavalry of other upgrades, and now, the phone is also available in international markets.

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Asus Chrome OS tablet leaks, looks to improve upon Lenovo's Duet

Asus Chrome OS tablet leaks, looks to improve upon Lenovo's Duet

ASUS may be prepared to tread where Lenovo has gone before with a new Chrome OS tablet, complete with kickstand and keyboard cover. Intelligence suggests that the so-called Chromebook Flip device could have nearly the same spec footprint as last year's Duet. And in fact, the few spots where things differ, this new tablet could come out bigger and better.

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Ring launches its most affordable wired video doorbell for $60, shipping late February

Ring launches its most affordable wired video doorbell for $60, shipping late February

Those video doorbells out there might be nice and new, but they're also quite expensive and run on batteries you'll need to replace every so often. Amazon-owned Ring is launching its Video Doorbell Wired to address both of those pain points — notably, it's the most affordable in its portfolio.

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D-Link's latest smart home gear wants to keep you safe and dry

D-Link's latest smart home gear wants to keep you safe and dry

D-Link isn't just a Taiwanese consumer networking gear vendor: it makes smart home appliances, too. Turns out we've got a couple of new gadgets from the company this year: a moisture sensor and an outdoor pan & zoom security camera.

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