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Azor is also cautious. He doesn't want to "put the brand at risk by branching out." My "please build us an Ultrabook that doesn't suck" idea was not well received. He doesn't want to start chasing the latest industry trend only to have to make so many compromises that it doesn't make sense to call the end result "Alienware". Reputations take years to build and a single day to destroy.Azor believes that Alienware is rubbing off on Dell. Slowly but surely, Dell is coming to realise that the relentless drive to the bottom is a fool's game. Cutting every corner and grinding your own margins in the effort to undercut your competitor by a dollar is an unsustainable market. He says he already sees changes in thinking that are beginning to mirror Alienware's belief that refusing to compromise is what builds a brand's reputation for reliability.After going through several gaming notebooks of her own, my wife would seem to agree. "I like that notebook," she says, pointing at her gaming rig. "It's my second MSI. I've been pretty polite to it, mostly just sitting it on a desk. But after a few trips, there are bits falling off. It's not a 'drag it to Austin and back' kind of a laptop. That $400 little Samsung netbook is more durable. It might be minuscule and made out of slow, but it's actually pretty tough. That's important."

Alienware is expensive, more so than competitors with the same specs. Despite this, my wife's next gaming rig will be an Alienware, and my next workstation will be as well. Six years after the acquisition, I realise that Alienware didn't survive the Dell merger intact after all – the corporate DNA of these two companies has truly intermixed and the resulting entity is better off than either were before. That's something truly rare. Vid The big launch of Microsoft’s Surface slab got off to an inauspicious start in Beijing after an elderly couple invaded the stage in an attempt to halt proceedings.Redmond launched the Windows RT tablet-cum-laptop device at a series of events starting at midnight across the country in partnership with retail giant Suning.However, the Thursday night outdoor launch in the capital attracted two rather irascible Chinese attendees among the hundreds of Microsoft fans keen to be the first in the world to get their hands on the tablet.

The inevitable YouTube clip - see below - shows an old dear mount the stage in an attempt to kill the noise because it was apparently stopping her grandchildren from getting to sleep before school the next day.Her brave attempt ends in failure, though, as she’s unceremoniously bundled off the stage by two guards, followed by her husband, while the glamorous sparkly dancers try to complete their routine.Things went from bad to worse for the software giant in Asia after reports emerged that a high-profile live public demonstration of Windows 8 in downtown Taipei fell flat when the OS cocked up on some devices. Microsoft staff apparently had trouble closing apps on several all-in-one PCs and instead were forced to demo the new OS on tablets.That device does, of course, need an operating system of some sort and Heins said he feels the QNX OS at the heart of BlackBerry 10 is well-suited to automotive applications given its roots in embedded development. Several auto-makers already use QNX, he added, and they tend to be loyal.The flourishing market for tablet computers has left people wanting more. Those using tablets at work invariably end up buying a keyboard and regularly curse the limitations of a mobile operating system. Those using a Windows laptop at work often wish they could occasionally dispense with the keyboard for convenient touchscreen, hand-held use.

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So after an autumn of tantalising prototypes, Windows 8 laptops with detachable tablet displays are finally arriving on the shelves. HP's ENVY x2 is one of the first.Initially, the ENVY x2 looks like no more than a ruggedised, compact Ultrabook. That rugged feel is achieved by its strong but lightweight alloy casing, smooth edges and wide-radius curved corners. It is comfortable to carry in your hands, while the curvy design allows it to slip into a briefcase, messenger bag or backpack very neatly.Prise open the clamshell, press and hold the power button behind the display until it vibrates, and Windows 8 boots up in less than 30 seconds. Waking from Sleep mode is virtually instantaneous: try as I might, the split-second wake-up speed proved too fast to measure properly with a stopwatch.The compact size of the unit, at roughly 30 x 20 cm, is determined by the 11.6in (29.5cm) diagonal display, surrounded by a wide 2cm bezel on all four edges. Despite its size, the display presents a conventional Ultrabook resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, and its LED-backlit IPS technology supports very generous viewing angles.

The ENVY x2's base provides a compact but acceptably comfortable 80-key keyboard with an Fn key that doubles up the tiny Function keys to let you adjust screen brightness, audio volume and media playback. My only complaint would be that the cursor Up and Down keys are crammed too close together, and I frequently tapped the wrong one.In front of the keyboard is a 9 x 5.5cm trackpad. The front edge is designated for left and right-click presses but the entire surface can be used for light-touch dragging and taps. HP assures me that the trackpad supports multitouch functions, and indeed there are Synaptics ClickPad drivers installed on the hard disk, but I could find no way of enabling or customising them.Since the display itself is a touchscreen, you can use the trackpad and touchscreen in combination, which is particularly effective in Windows 8.As might be expected of a compact Ultrabook, there is no optical drive and connectivity ports are limited. Both USB ports are USB 2.0 (one USB 3.0 would have been nice but, I suppose, this could have risked too much of a battery drain) and despite the inclusion of HDMI and an SD Card slot, there is no VGA port nor any Ethernet port. Given the typical use for this type of Ultrabook, however, the ENVY x2 provides all you probably need.

The real ENVY x2 magic reveals itself by sliding a single catch on the clamshell hinge to release the display for use as a standalone tablet. Releasing and re-attaching the display can be done 'hot' without causing so much as a blip: there is no need to power down the computer. The sliding catch is a little stiff but the display slips off and clips back on easily enough, and the pair of wide pegs supporting the display on the hinge add to the overall feeling of ruggedness. At no time did I ever feel anything might stress or snap. The ENVY x2 is no delicate flower: it feels as tough as boots and built to last.Used on its own as a Windows 8 tablet, the display is surprisingly satisfying to work with. As Windows 8 detractors are keen to point out, on a hand-held device the operating system really comes into its own. At around 0.7kg, it's hardly the lightest tablet you'll ever use (even Apple's hefty Retina iPads are lighter) but the weight is balanced and the wide bezel ensures it is comfortable to hold. The Windows logo on the bottom bezel also acts as a 'home' button, returning you to the Start screen, which is a helpful touch.

Although separating from the keyboard leaves the port connections behind, the tablet brings everything else with it: SSD hard drive, stereo speakers, front and back cameras and built-in mic, while it comes with its own audio combo socket and microSD Card slot. Mobile music lovers will be pleased to hear that the ENVY x2 utilises Beats Audio™ technology to boost audio performance. Both cameras support HD video and the rear-facing camera can take single-frame shots at up to 8Mp; usefully, the system allows you to customise still and video resolutions before shooting rather than inflicting the storage-wasting, humungous-size-fits-all approach of other tablets.Battery life in the tablet could not be benchmarked but I was happily using the device all day without worry. When the battery began running low, I simply re-attached it to the keyboard base - which contains its own battery - and continued working. As long as the tablet and keyboard are connected, recharging the unit will recharge both batteries. Unfortunately, it does not seem possible to recharge the tablet on its own.

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The single most important caveat with the HP ENVY x2 is that its specification is extremely lean: as tested, the device achieves only average benchmark performance and is fitted with just 2GB of RAM and 64GB of storage (with up to 24GB of this being partitioned for system recovery). From a pure Ultrabook perspective, this seems very limited indeed. But viewed as a tablet computer - powered with a dual-core 1.8GHz Intel Atom processor and boosted by a high-quality detachable keyboard with trackpad and connectivity ports, not to mention double battery packs... oh, and it runs Windows 8 - the ENVY x2 is extraordinary.Seagate is expected to shift $3.5bn worth of kit in its second fiscal 2013 quarter ending 31 Dec, 2012, but says it has exceeded that number, providing a revenues figure of at least $3.6bn.This is $132m less than the previous quarter but $400m more than the year-ago quarter. It looks like the Thai flood sales boost has played out and been replaced by a less bleak final three months of 2012 than feared. CEO Steve Luczo must be pleased after shares rose 9 per cent on the news.

Seagate says it sold approximately 58 million drives in the quarter, 400,000 more than in the previous quarter, and it maintained a market share of around 40 per cent, suggesting WD has also maintained its leading HDD market share of around 45 per cent.At CES Seagate is showing a 3.5-inch form factor hybrid drive prototype - one with a flash buffer acting as a cache to boost performance when accessing hot data, such as application load ties. It's also showing a hybrid 2.5-inch drive with a disk spinning at 5,400rpm delivering faster data access than a non-hybrid 7,200rpm 2.5-inch disk drive. The implication here is that 7,200rpm laptop drives could be replaced by 5,400rpm hybrid drives that draw less power.Stifel Nicolaus analyst Aaron Rakers said Toshiba was showing a hybrid drive at CES, a 9.5mm z-height unit with an 8GB NAND cache. He also said a Toshiba presentation showed its Hybrid HDDs offering "Application Start Time performance at what looks to be roughly ~18 seconds versus a SSD start time at 15 seconds."

Rakers mentioned that: "Smart Storage Systems (formerly SMART Modular) highlighted an expectation that, by 2015, we would see enterprise-class SSDs supporting capacity of up to 6.4TB/drive vs. [2.5-inch] HDDs at 1.2TB/drive; versus 1.6TB and 900GB today, respectively."CES 2013 A San Francisco company wants to help laptop, tablet, and smartphone manufacturers in their seemingly insatiable desire to create thinner and thinner devices. Its solution is to replace keyboards and other physical user-interface elements with electro mechanical polymer (EMP) keys that provide localized and individualized haptic feedback."We want to have the community designing thinner and thinner device," Strategic Polymers CEO Christophe Ramstein said at a press event at CES 2013 on Monday morning. "I don't know why they want thinner, but I'm saying 'I have a solution for you'!"One thing holding back the drive to ultimate thinness is keyboards. "They can't get much thinner," Ramstein said. "There's a limit to physics." Additionally, on-screen soft keyboards with tiny keys are less than satisfying. "My fingers are not transparent," he said.

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