Apple MacBook Air (early-2020) laptop is on sale at Amazon

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Get the new Apple MacBook Air (early-2020) for only $850. (Photo: Apple)
Get the new Apple MacBook Air (early-2020) for only $850. (Photo: Apple)

Amazon just dropped a big Prime Day surprise!

Right now, you can score this Apple MacBook Air (early-2020) for $850, or $149 off with the on-page coupon. This is the all-time lowest price we’ve ever seen on this laptop—especially since Apple rarely even discounts their products.

What’s so great about it? With a speedy Intel Core i3 Dual-Core chip (10th generation) built-in, 8GB of memory, 256GB of on-board storage and the latest version of MacOS Catalina, it’s a beast. It’s also super-lightweight at just under three pounds.

But what really separates the MacBook Air from previous models is its new and improved Magic Keyboard.

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These 5 Accessories Will Turn The iPad Into A Great Laptop Replacement

Apple has proved time and again that its iPads are better than most other Android tablets on the market. Their exceptional hardware coupled with a well-integrated software makes up for awesome user experience. Besides that, there are a variety of different iPads to choose from too.

If you are in the market to buy a tablet today, then we can’t recommend the iPad enough. In fact, the iPads have gotten so better that they can also be used as laptop replacements. If you’re interested in giving it a shot, then we’ve put together a list of some useful accessories that’ll help you with the transition. Here, check it out –

A Good Cover

A Good Cover© Apple

Getting a good quality cover is not crucial to protect your iPad, but these days these covers also come with a stand to let you prop up your tablet. We obviously recommend you get the

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Razer launches 120-Hz screen Blade Stealth 13 laptop with fall accessories lineup

Razer unveiled its fall lineup of gaming products for its base of hardcore gamers, with everything from new laptops to an ergonomic gaming chair.

The company unveiled the new gear at its first annual RazerCon weekend-long event, a virtual festival filmed at the company’s Las Vegas store. The event includes concerts with artists such as Deadmau5, DragonForce and Friends, Sabaton, and Speaker Honey.

More than a million people were watching at the outset of RazerCon as Min-Liang Tan, CEO of Razer, took the stage. He noted that Razer donated more than a million masks during the pandemic, and 75,000 were donated by fans. He said Razer also created a $15 million COVID-19 relief fund, and he also announced that Razer is supporting green product design with its products and packaging. Tan announced a partnership with Conservation International to fund the protection of trees worldwide.

Razer Blade Stealth 13

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Surface Laptop Go & 2020 Pro X: Your guide

Microsoft’s Surface line is known for its premium design, and up until now, with few exceptions, they’ve warranted premium prices. The Surface Laptop Go is the company’s latest laptop, and like its namesake, it exhibits the same design chops as the rest of the Surface line, but it starts at $549.

There are also some new Surface Pro X models featuring the same design but with a new platinum color and a new processor. And before we forget, there are also some new accessories for your Surface needs.

The Surface Laptop Go is available to order now starting at $549 and will begin shipping October 13. The upgraded Surface Pro X also ships on October 13 and is up for order now starting at $999.

There’s much more to the story, of course, so let’s take a closer look at both products, starting with the Laptop Go.

This isn’t the

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Surface Laptop Go is a cheaper, smaller Microsoft laptop with a premium style

A truly great budget laptop is a PC holy grail, but also about as hard to find. Laptops around the $500 mark tend to compromise on design, materials, performance or features, doing well in one area, but poorly in others. In 2020, it’s been even more difficult, as remote workers and students quickly snatch up any half-decent budget laptops, leaving many out of stock. 

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Microsoft has introduced a new Surface PC that, on paper at least, looks like a budget laptop that hits a lot of the marks. The Surface Laptop Go starts at $549 (£549, AU$999) and has a 12.4-inch touchscreen display, with a 10th-gen Intel Core i5-1035G1 CPU. RAM and storage go up to 8GB and 256GB, but the entry-level model will have just 64GB of storage and 4GB of RAM, which is a bit Chromebook-y. 

a desktop computer sitting on top of a laptop: Microsoft

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