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Michael A. Prospero
Michael A. Prospero, Reviews Editor
Michael A. Prospero has overseen reviews on Laptopmag.com since 2007, focusing on producing the most thorough and authoritative mobile product reviews. After receiving his Master of Science in Journalism from Columbia in 2003, Mike worked at Fast Company. Prior to that, he worked at The Times of Trenton, George and AlleyCat News.
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How to Make an Alexa Call on Your iPad, Android or Fire Tablet

How to Make an Alexa Call on Your iPad, Android or Fire Tablet

Using the Alexa app, not only can you make voice and video calls from Echo devices, as well as iPhones and Android smartphones, but you can also do so on Amazon's Fire tablets and on iPads. Here's how...

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NFL Surface Type Cover Keyboard Unveiled

Microsoft announced new NFL team-branded editions of its Surface Type Cover keyboard, which will work with the Surface Pro 3 and Surface Pro 4. The keyboards will be available starting Aug. 15 at Micr...

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Toshiba Satellite Radius 12 Review

Toshiba Satellite Radius 12 Review

A brilliant 4K display, a portable and attractive design, and above-average performance are spoiled by short battery life.

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Dell's New $199 Notebook Takes On Chromebooks

Dell's New $199 Notebook Takes On Chromebooks

LAS VEGAS—Aimed at students and those who need a no-frills but functional notebook, Dell announced the Inspiron 11 3000 Series, an 11-inch system tailored for those who need to get their homework as...

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How to Upgrade the SSD in Your MacBook Pro with Retina Display

How to Upgrade the SSD in Your MacBook Pro with Retina Display

Even if you're not doing a lot of video or photo editing, the hard drive in your MacBook Pro can quickly get filled with files. Fortunately, replacing the SSD in the notebook is fairly easy to do. Her...

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Logitech Create iPad Pro Keyboard Case Review

Logitech Create iPad Pro Keyboard Case Review

The Logitech Create is a better choice than Apple's keyboard to pair with the iPad Pro, offering a better typing experience, backlit keys and shortcuts.

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Dell XPS 13 (Nontouch) Review

Dell XPS 13 (Nontouch) Review

The latest version of Dell's premium 13-inch ultraportable adds a faster 6th-generation processor to a wonderfully compact design and lasts nearly 12 hours on a charge.

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HP ZBook Studio Hands-On: A Thin Powerhouse Workstation

The headliner of HP's refreshed mobile workstation lineup, the ZBook Studio packs a 4K display, an Intel Xeon processor, up to 2TB of PCIe storage, and two Thunderbolt 3 ports into a package that's ju...

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Samsung Enters 2-in-1 Fray with ATIV Book 9 Spin

Samsung Enters 2-in-1 Fray with ATIV Book 9 Spin

Following the likes of just about every notebook maker not named Apple, Samsung introduced the ATIV Book 9 Spin, a 13-inch ultraportable with a display that bends back 360 degrees to convert it from ...

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Dell XPS 12 Hands-on: Best 2-in-1 Keyboard Yet

Dell XPS 12 Hands-on: Best 2-in-1 Keyboard Yet

  Dell's new XPS 12 is the tablet that can replace the tablet that can replace your laptop. Featuring a high-resolution 12.5-inch display and detachable keyboard, this Surface Pro 4 challenger w...

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Dell XPS 15 Supersizes Sweet Infinity Display for $999

Dell XPS 15 Supersizes Sweet Infinity Display for $999

Taking a cue from its groundbreaking 13-inch notebook, Dell has redesigned the XPS 15 with a sleeker design and edge-to-edge display, and lowered the starting price to $999. This 15-inch notebook, w...

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Vaio Z Canvas: 12-inch, $2,199 Tablet Targets Creative Pros

No longer part of Sony, the Vaio brand makes its return to the U.S. with the Vaio Z Canvas, a 12-inch Windows 10 tablet. Aimed at creative professionals with deep pockets, the tablet, which starts ...

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