Pros: SSD storage, compact and lightweight design, Windows 10 out of the box, 8 hour battery life, budget price point.
Cons: No DVD reader, 2 GB of RAM
Lately we're witnessing a growing trend in the cloudbook department. That is; laptops with limited SSD storage, basic specs and a pretty low price point below the $200 mark. This set of laptops have arrived to compete against the almighty chromebooks which are slowly but surely eating up the budget laptop market.
Today we take a stab at one of the most attractive cloudbooks in the market, the Asus E402MA, a laptop that takes it's cue from microsoft and offers decent performance at a very low price point. Wanna know more? Then read up on our full Asus E402MA review to discover if this laptop will fulfill your needs or if you should get back to your search.
Pros: 64GB SSD, 14 inch screen, up to 7 hours of battery life, budget price point
Cons: 2 GB of RAM
With tablets taking over the market, laptop prices have dropped significantly over the years. You no longer NEED a laptop to surf the web, watch movies and keep up with your friends on social media. No, you can do all that with a tablet.
With that in mind, laptop manufacturers were forced to innovate or die and so came the infamous cloudbooks, Microsoft's response to the chromebooks as well as the tablet crisis. So far we've seen a few interesting cloudbooks hit the market like the Lenovo S21E we reviewed a few months ago and today we're looking at the Toshiba CL45/C4335.
The newly released Toshiba cloudbook stands out thanks to its sleek design, 64 GB SSD drive and its 14 inch screen. All in all it's a pretty basic laptop that doesn't disappoint thanks to its speedy SSD and its ultra affordable price. That said, it's time to dive right to it in this Toshiba CL45/C4335 in depth review.
Pros: 6 GB of RAM, 7 hour battery life, 1 TB of storage, Windows 10, (see price here)
Cons: No SSD storage.
Dell isn't particularly known for manufacturing affordable laptops, on the contrary; the company's know for building quality products at a high end price. That's why when Dell decides to dip its toe into the "budget laptop" territory, people are going to pay attention. Dell laptops have a strong build, good quality components and overall have a longer lifespan than other laptops (Macbooks aside, of course).
That said, today we'd like to take a look at the Dell i5558-2147BLK, an affordable laptop that stands out thanks to its 6 GB of RAM, 5th generation Core i3 CPU and of course its integration of Windows 10 OS straight out of the box. Care to know more? Then read on for our in depth review of the Dell i5558-2147BLK.
Pros: Low price point, 2.5D responsive screen, good battery life, attractive design, vast set of functions, anti lost function to track your phone.
Cons: Basic interface, no access to a play store, only two watch faces, you're much better off with an LG G Watch for $80
It's no secret that wearables have become a trend in and of itself, particularly smartwatches. These gadgets have come here to stay and since the launch of high profile smartwatches such as the LG G Watch Urbane or the Pebble, there's also been a proliferation of cheaper models that don't use Android Wear but a more simple OS. Today we've come to share our review on one of the latter models, specifically; the Ulefone uWear.
The Ulefone uWear is a cheap smartwatch, under $30 who's biggest selling points come from its price point as well as its refined design. The Ulefone smartwatch clearly wants to be an Apple Watch look alike, even opting to introduce a false magnetic charger in it's back.
We say false because it's merely a decorative addition to the smartwatch because the uWear gets its juice from a microUSB port located below a false upper button. However, we're starting to ramble so how about you come on over and find out more about this smartwatch on our Ulefone uWear review.
Pros: Quad Core AMD CPU, 8 GB of RAM, Windows 10, Radeon R6 graphics card, DVD reader, 1 TB of storage, balanced price point (check price).
Cons: 5 hour battery life.
Finding the perfect laptop is no easy chore. Generally we'll go through dozens of models before we arrive at one that finally get's us to cave in and for a laptop to get us excited, one of the biggest demands is that it provides a good price/specs relationship.
That said, today we're excited to talk to you about the Asus X550ZA-WH11, a very balanced laptop that stands out thanks to it' affordable price , its 8 GB of RAM and its powerful quad core AMD CPU.
Wanna know more? Then read on to find out every last detail on this full review of the Asus X550ZA-WH11.
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Pros: Low price point (check price here) 15.6 inch screen, Windows 10 off the box, 500 GB of storage.
Cons: 2 GB of RAM, outdated CPU.
Not everyone needs a top notch laptop with an i7 processor and 8 GB of RAM. Some people just need a laptop to surf the web, watch movies and edit documents. This isn't a bad thing. Contrary to what some techies might believe, there ARE PEOPLE WHO DON'T LIVE ONLINE. That said, today we're going to talk about a laptop designed specifically for such an audience: the Toshiba Satellite C55-B5277, an interesting laptop that gets the job done at a pretty low price.
Wanna know more? Then don't be shy and read on to find out everything you need to know in this Toshiba Satellite C55-B5277 review where we'll expose the pros and the cons as well as tell you if this laptop is worth your money. See: Asus F555LA-AB31 The Ultimate W10 laptop
Pros: Core i7 6500U Skylake CPU, 8 GB of RAM, 1 TB of Storage, DVD reader, Windows 10, low price point (see price here)
Cons:3-4 hour battery life
Finding a Core i7 laptop under $600 or even under $700 is no easy task. However, Asus seems to be stepping up to the plate today as it launches the new Asus F555UA-EH71, a sixth generation Core i7 laptop with 8 GB of RAM that's currently on sale for just under $600 (see price here). If you've been looking to get your hands on a laptop like this then don't go away and read our in depth review on the Asus F555UA-EH71.
Pros: Full HD screen, 10 hour battery life, Nvidia GeForce GTX960 graphics card with 4 GB, 8 GB of RAM, 256 GB of SSD storage, low end price (see price here)
Cons: No optical drive and no display port.
Finding a laptop that does a good job at balancing price and specs is no easy task. Often times we end up overpaying for a machine that doesn't take much time to dissapoint. However, every once in awhile we find a laptop that has a truly good price spec relationship. Thus is the case of the Asus F555LA-AB31 we've talked about earlier, and of course it's the case of the Toshiba Satellite C55-C5241, an i5 powerhouse with 8 GB of RAM. That said, today we've come to talk to you about another laptop that follows suit; the Dell Inspiron i7559-763BLK.
The new Dell gaming laptop shines with 8 GB of RAM, 256 GB SSD, a dedicated graphics card and of course a strong budget price point. Now, without further ado, let's see if the new laptop is all it's cracked up to be or if it will in fact disappoint. Join us on our Dell Inspiron i7559-763BLK in depth review.
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