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The Best Laptop 2018 : Best Laptops You Can Buy This Year

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We've reviewed all the recent models from the best brands to help you discover which is the best laptop for your own personal needs. If you're looking to buy the best laptop in 2018 for your needs, then you've come to the right place, as we've got the very top devices money can buy. All of the laptops on this list have been thoroughly tested and reviewed by the TechRadar editorial team, so you can be sure that they’ll be worth your time and money. We also went ahead and included our exclusive price comparison tool, so you can be sure you’re getting the best deal on the best laptops. Our list doesn't just cover the best high-end laptops, either, as we also have brilliant budget laptops, amazing gaming laptops and the very best 2-in-1 laptops in the world as well. The best laptop
Advancements in Laptop Technology

Advancements in Laptop Technology

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What exactly is a laptop computer? A laptop is typically considered a personal computer which is portable. It is often small in terms of size and lightweight (although this was not the case when they were first created). Initially these types of computers weighed as much as 24 pounds. Today you can find laptops which weigh as little as three pounds. Laptops have definitely become much easier to take with you anywhere you go while also becoming much more powerful. Laptop History Laptops have become smaller, faster and lighter since their inception. In 1971, a man named Alan Kay (who worked for Xerox PARC) created a concept for a laptop known as Dynabook. He envisioned a portable personal computer through which people could communicate with one another. He also wanted the computer ...
China develops ‘Star Wars gun’ which can fire at targets 1 kilometer away

China develops ‘Star Wars gun’ which can fire at targets 1 kilometer away

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The ZKZM-500 has the potential of becoming the most lethal weapon in the world with its energy beam reportedly capable of 'instant carbonisation' of skin and tissues.In what has the potential of becoming the most lethal assault weapon ever, China has reportedly developed a gun that can fire at targets a kilometre away using an energy beam that can tear into human tissues. South China Morning Post has reported that the ZKZM-500 is a laser assault rifle which mimics the lightsabre seen in Star Wars movie series. Just that these are hardly fictional and are being touted as 'non-lethal' weapons which can result in 'instant carbonisation' of skin and tissues. Scientists responsible for developing the weapon reportedly claim that the gun weighs in at three kgs and has dimensions similar to