A slick Surface hybrid for less, this new version starts at just $499, but keeps a lot of the high-end design from the Surface Pro line. The biggest knock is that you still have buy the excellent keyboard separately.
Nothing shows off extreme Wi-Fi better than the D-Link DIR-890LR router. Taking the shape of a flying object, painted in bright red, the router screams for attention and then impresses with top-notch hardware specs and fast performance. It'll make a great gift for those who has just graduated school with a bang.
An office-friendly ThinkPad, but with a flexible hybrid hinge that lets it do double duty as a tablet. This combination of Lenovo's ThinkPad and Yoga lines moves up to 14 and 15-inch screens, for all-day use.
Thanks to Logitech Darkﬁeld Laser technology, it works on just about any surface, and an integrated rechargeable battery can last up to 40 days on a single charge. Mac users, meanwhile, enjoy the extra perquisite of gesture support -- most of the multi-finger trackpad gestures can be duplicated on the MX Master when holding down an extra key.
While the new 12-inch MacBook is the most buzz-worthy, the updated 13-inch MacBook Pro is, right now, the best combination of price, features, and power, especially with new Intel CPUs and a Force Touch trackpad.
Thinner than even a standard internal laptop hard drive, the Seagate Seven is by far the slimmest portable drive to date. The drive also pairs its great look with excellent performance, a great gift for those needing to carry extra information around.