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Tablets

Remember that unwieldy seven-pound laptop you used to haul with you as part of your photo gear?
By Wes Pitts
Remember that unwieldy seven-pound laptop you used to haul with you as part of your photo gear? What? You say you still do? It's time you considered a tablet! There are a lot of tablet options out there, some more or less adept as a true photographer's companion—we have limited…

Tablets The Ultimate Travel Companion

Tablet computers have taken the world by storm, and with good reason.
By David Willis
Tablet computers have taken the world by storm, and with good reason. With one small handheld device, you have the basic features of a computer, but in a far more portable package than even a laptop can provide, also featuring a futuristic design, exceedingly easy-to-use interfaces, fast startup and wireless…

iPad

It’s tough to miss a new product announcement from Apple these days—the company is playing a major role in reinventing the ways we interact with media and data, with an emphasis on mobility.
By Wes Pitts
It's tough to miss a new product announcement from Apple these days—the company is playing a major role in reinventing the ways we interact with media and data, with an emphasis on mobility. Most of the attention paid to the iPad has been around the subject of e-books and whether…

Photographers’ Laptops

One of the joys of digital photography is the instant feedback you get from looking at your images right after capturing them.
By Jon Canfield
Above: Alienware Area-51 M15X Weight: 7 pounds Size: 14.5x10.7x1.3 inches List Price: From $1,299 One of the joys of digital photography is the instant feedback you get from looking at your images right after capturing them. Whether you're photographing a family event or traveling on vacation, having a laptop with…

Buyer's Guide 2009: Monitors

Buying a monitor for digital photography is one of the most important decisions to make on the computer side of imaging.
By Jon Canfield
Buying a monitor for digital photography is one of the most important decisions to make on the computer side of imaging. While a smaller, basic monitor may be fine for web browsing and e-mail, when it comes to digital photography, a large, high-resolution display makes the process a lot easier…

Buyer's Guide 2009: Photo Workstations

With so many factors to weigh, deciding which computer best fits your photographic needs is a challenge. Consider power and expandability first.
By Kim Castleberry
With so many factors to weigh, deciding which computer best fits your photographic needs is a challenge. Consider power and expandability first. PROCESSORS Dual-core processors now are the standard in today's high-performance notebooks and desktops. With this technology, each chip serves as two processors in one, so the computer performs…
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