Not sure which computer to buy for the summer or back-to-school?
You’re not alone.
Not only are there so many companies to choose from, but there are multiple form factors these days, such as a laptop, desktop, tablet, all-in-one desktop (with the computer built behind the screen), Ultrabook convertibles (half laptop, half tablet), and so on.
In other words, choosing a new Windows 8 PC can be an overwhelming endeavor -- so to help you decide on something that best suits your needs and budget, below we look at eight stellar considerations (not listed in any particular order).
01. Asus Taichi 21
Talk about innovation: In case you haven’t yet seen the Asus Taichi 21 ($1,399.99), it’s an Ultrabook with a two-sided 11.6-inch screen. That is, in regular mode, it looks like a regular laptop – though it’s super thin – but at any time you can enable the back of the screen to turn on (or mirror what you’re seeing on the main screen), plus the rear-facing screen is touch-enabled so you can close theRead More »from A ‘sleek peek’ at eight new Windows 8 machines