Category: Devices

What does your workplace look like? Which devices do you use on a daily basis to do your work? Most employees just use a laptop and a smartphone but there are many more devices you can use, or you can use them differently.

Setting up a good workplace environment for your employees is neglected a lot among companies. If we look at what kind of devices companies buy for their employees, some really have no idea what they are doing.

You don’t hand out five-year-old 17-inch laptops to employees who travel a lot. It maybe sounds stupid to you, but it happens a lot. Or companies who keep buying cheap laptops with awfull screens that will ruin the eyes of their employees. Or just not buying any devices and letting employees work with devices that are 5 to 10 years old. Many companies simply don’t see the benefits of investing in a good workplace.

If you hand out newer devices your employees will be happier, they can work faster, they can work more efficiently, and they don’t stand at the coffee machine because their computer needs to startup the first 15 minutes of every day.

AMD introduces dedicated line of Chromebook processors

AMD introduces dedicated line of Chromebook processors

The new AMD Ryzen 5000 C-Series brings Zen 3 architecture to to Chromebooks. According to ADM, the Ryzen 5000 C-Series processors provides a suitable alternative to the Intel processors typically featured in Chromebooks. It's safe to say that AMD is seriously upping its competetiveness in this s... Read more

date23 days ago
PayPal Tap to Pay turns smartphones into payment terminals

PayPal Tap to Pay turns smartphones into payment terminals

PayPal Tap to Pay is now available in the Netherlands, Sweden and the United Kingdom. The Android app allows smartphones to accept card payments. Tap to Pay uses the NFC chips of Android smartphones and tablets to support card payments. Think of credit cards, debit cards, and digital wallets lik... Read more

date24 days ago
VESA launches certification for VRR displays with Adaptive-Sync

VESA launches certification for VRR displays with Adaptive-Sync

VESA introduced a certification for displays with a variable refresh rate (VRR). The organization is known for DisplayPort and DisplayHDR, two widely used display standards. Traditional displays have a static refresh rate, which causes visual glitches when used with unintended devices. A VRR di... Read more

date27 days ago
‘PC sales continue to decline’

‘PC sales continue to decline’

PC sales are on the decline worldwide. This is concluded by Counterpoint's market experts in their first quarterly survey of 2022. Only Apple and Dell showed growth. The drop brings an end to two years of strong growth in laptop and PC sales. In the past two years, global laptop and PC sales inc... Read more

date27 days ago
Dell’s slimmest Latitude now has call control on the touchpad

Dell’s slimmest Latitude now has call control on the touchpad

Dell is committed to making video chats as simple as possible. The company has been experimenting with different ways to optimize web calls, from a 4K monitor with a built-in 4K webcam to a magnetic wireless webcam that can attach to the middle of a monitor or anywhere else, like many other tech v... Read more

date1 month ago
ASUS debuts a 14-inch ProArt touch display

ASUS debuts a 14-inch ProArt touch display

Asus introduced a new range of ProArt displays. The Asus ProArt Display PA147CDV, a 14-inch 1920 x 550 touchscreen portable display is one of the fascinating new products. Despite its designation as a portable monitor, the PA147CDV may find favor as a second screen in a desktop arrangement. The... Read more

date1 month ago
Samsung launches T7 Shield, pocket-sized 2TB SSD

Samsung launches T7 Shield, pocket-sized 2TB SSD

The Samsung T7 Shield is now available. The SSD comes in two versions: 1TB and 2TB. Both are sized similarly to a credit card. The T7 Shield weighs less than 100 grams and fits in a pocket. The 1TB version has a retail price of 170 euros; the 2TB version is priced at 320 euros. The drive has... Read more

date1 month ago
SoftBank intends to keep its controlling stake in Arm after IPO

SoftBank intends to keep its controlling stake in Arm after IPO

According to sources familiar with the matter, SoftBank Group Corp. plans to hold a majority share in Arm Ltd. following the scheduled initial public offering of the semiconductor company, selling a lower amount than initially intended. After a deal to sell Arm to Nvidia fell through earlier thi... Read more

date1 month ago
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