The best laptop to buy in 2017

We live in a world where smartphones are ubiquitous, tablets are commonplace, and even smartwatches are a thing that people talk about on the regular. But throughout all of these advances, the humble laptop has persevered, and for good reason. When it comes time to actually get something done, whether that's editing photos, writing a lot of emails, composing documents, or staying in touch with colleagues and family, the laptop is often the ideal device for the job.
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Canon Scanner DR-C230

Canon has announced the new DR-C230 document scanner to join its successful imageFORMULA range. Designed to provide excellent value and performance to both small and medium sized organisations, the imageFORMULA DR-C230 comes fully equipped with the latest technologies and features required for simple capture and advanced workflows.

Citepad for Windows

Juristech™ has introduced the Microsoft Windows 10 version of Citepad™, the first and only virtual keypad designed for lawyers, law students, and paralegals. The Mac OS X version was released earlier this year.

MS Surface Book

After gushing over Surface Laptop for a few days, I figured I should play devil’s advocate and present a contrary view. Here’s where Microsoft got it wrong. For starters, the laptop form factor is a bit confusing in this age of ever-slimmer devices.
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Legal Keyboard for lawyers

LegalBoard is the first keyboard designed by lawyers for lawyers. It allows you to add track changes, comments, and common legal terms, symbols, and citations with a single keystroke.
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HP DaaS service for cloud desktops

HP Inc. has launched a new service that gives its customers access to HP’s latest PC technology, enhances device management and frees up valuable IT time and resources.

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This is one category where it really pays to head to a store and try out a model you’re interested in. When we had our stack of keyboards in for review, people couldn’t help but touch and play with them. They all came with different needs and biases. There’s truly no one size to fit all, but our reviews aim to give you enough specifics to make a sound decision. See below for more on how we tested.
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