Chromebooks have evolved a lot over the past couple of years. The laptops that were once ignored by the general public because of their rather "basic OS" have become a staple for students and home users who are in need of a quick and efficient laptop to do cloud based tasks.
Be it streaming a movie, editing a shared doc, browsing the web or simply chatting up with friends, Chromebooks have become the new entry level laptop sans the slow performance that typically accompanies such models.
Today we'd like to take a look at one of the latest models to join the fold, a model that brags about a 12 hour battery life, Full HD screen and a very low price tag. You guessed it, today we're gonna review the Acer CB3-431-C5FM Chromebook.
The Pros: Full HD 14 inch Display, 4GB of RAM, 32GB storage, 12 hour battery life, HD webcam, aluminium body, lightweight design, quad core CPU, seductive price.
The Cons: No 4G support.
The high end laptop market has changed a lot over the past couple of years. Whilst before a high definition display couples with 1 TB of storage would automatically grant a laptop the "high end status", nowadays it takes quite a bit more. Such is the case we'll see in our review of the HP Envy 13-d099nr.
HP's latest entry into the very competitive yet lucrative high end market sports a Quad HD display, 256GB of SSD storage, a fingerprint reader, an Intel Core i7 processor and a discounted price amongst its many other virtues. Today we'll invite you to tag along and find out what the high end market is really like these days.
Is this laptop all it's cracked up to be? Find out what buyers have to say!
Asus is stepping up to the plate when it comes to launching a competent set of entry level laptops. While many users are searching for an all purpose laptop, some users just want a secondary laptop that they can easily carry around, with vast battery life and all the commodities that Windows 10 provides them. It's in this scenario where our review of the Asus VivoBook E200HA-US01-GD comes to play.
Asus's latest foray onto the entry level market is equipped with a stylish and lightweight design, 13 hour battery life, SSD storage, great connectivity and a smashing price. However, don't take us on our word, keep reading and see for yourself if this is the laptop you've been waiting for or if it'll fall short to your expectations.
While yesterday we gushed tirelessly over the HP 15-ay013nr, an affordable laptop that comes packed with a Full HD screen, 128 GB of SSD storage, Core i5 CPU and 8 GB of RAM. Today we're going to take a moment and review it's "brother"; the (also very affordable) HP 15-ay011nr.
This new HP model takes on most of the specs of the ay013nr. However, it swaps the SSD storage, one of our favourite features, and goes down the more "conventional route" with a 1TB hard drive.
For those who value storage capacity over storage speed this would be a better fit since it's still a spectacular laptop with either storage format. Now, without further ado, let's get on with our review of the HP 15-ay011nr.
SSD storage has finally arrived at mid range laptops. We're not talking about your typical 16/32 GB units that have been around for awhile now. No, we're talking about true SSD storage, where you can actually, you know, store stuff. Such is the case of the Asus VivoBook E403SA-US21, one of the most impressive mid-level laptops we've seen so far, that comes packed with 128GB SSD storage, amongst many other virtues.
What are people saying about this laptop? Check it out here!
Entry level laptops have come a very long way in the past couple of years. While in 2014 the norm would place an entry level model with roughly 500 GB of storage, 3 hours of battery life and give or take 2 GB of RAM, nowadays things have really improved and an entry level notebook is no longer another way of saying "bad laptop".
Proof and point is Acer's latest launch and subject of today's review, the Acer Aspire E5-532-P4H0. This laptop comes equipped with the latest Celeron processor, 1 TB of storage and 4GB of RAM, amongst many other pros (aside from its budget friendly price). Care to know more? Here we go!
If you thought a laptop with a fully fledged SSD unit, a Full HD screen and up to date specs was incompatible with a low price point you would have been right...until now. This week HP has launched one of its most viciously competitive laptops to the market with a set of specs that's almost unbelievable. We're talking about the HP 15-ay013nr.
HP's new laptop is clearly going for the kill with a 128GB SSD, Skylake generation i5, a Full HD screen, a lightweight design and all that for what's essentially an entry-level price. No, this is no April Fool's joke, so let's not waste another moment and get to the specs in our review of the HP 15-ay013nr. If you're looking for a version with a Core i7 CPU and 256GB of storage, read the review here.
Affordable gaming laptops are hard to come by. However, as of late, firms such as Dell and HP have been hard at work to deliver what the market craves; relatively cheap gaming laptops with huge potential for all kinds of tasks. That's where our review of the HP Pavilion 15-ak099nr comes to play; a low cost gaming laptop for the masses.
With a modest price point, this new Signature Edition laptop (no bloatware) strikes the market with a Full HD touchscreen, an i7 processor, a powerful dedicated graphics chip and a whole lot more. In the mood to find out more? Keep reading...
Pros: QHD display, Skylake i5 CPU, 128 GB of SSD storage, 8 GB of RAM, entry level pricing (for a high end model)
Cons: integrated graphics chip.
If you love the design of the MacBook Air lineup but don't have the budget to go in that direction or actually need to go down the Windows route to get the job done then HP has the perfect fit for you in the shape of the HP ENVY 13-d010nr.
But HP's new laptop has quite a few upgrades when compared to the MacBook Air lineup. Aside from its more affordable price point, this new model also boosts quite a spectacular QuadHD resolution which is even better than Apple's MacBook Pro lineup. There's also a significant increase in RAM, 8 GB to be precise. If you wanna know more here's our full review of the HP Envy 13-d010nr.
What do customers have to say about this laptop? Read the reviews here!
The Good: Skylake i5 CPU, 8 GB of RAM, Full HD touchscreen with anti-glare, 1 TB of storage, WiFi ac support, low price for a gaming laptop.
The Bad: Not very light at 5.3 pounds, battery life doesn't stand out
Star Wars fandom knows no limits. So much so that the Lucas Films enterprise has even given its "blessing" to a new series of HP gaming laptops that feature attractive artwork inspired in the popular saga as well as a great set of internals to show you the force is alive and kicking. One of the most attractive models launched just a few weeks ago is the HP 15-an097nr.
HP's newest Star Wars inspired laptop features a Full HD touchscreen, 8 GB of RAM and a dedicated Nvidia graphics chip amongst many other interesting specs. Today we'd like to ask Obi Wan Kenobi (and you guys, of course) to join us in our review of the HP 15-an097nr Signature Edition. May the force be with you!
The Pros: Broadwell i5 CPU, 8GB of RAM, DVD tray, WiFi ac standard (up to 3x faster), "friendly" price
The Cons: Integrated Graphics not ideal for gamers
Asus seems determined to make every laptop count. The company has taken over the market and it's no wonder how it became one of the premier laptop manufacturers. With its philosophy of great specs at a great price the company has introduced its latest Windows 10 model; the Asus F555LA-EH51.
The new model leading Asus's mid range lineup brags about its 8GB of RAM, Broadwell generation i5 processor as well as its very decent Intel HD 5500 graphics chip. Today we're determined to get to know this particular model in depth and therefore we've prepared our review of the ASUS F555LA-EH51.
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Apple recently launched to market the much speculated iPhone SE. We've been talking about this new iPhone for over a year and over the past few months we've been a witness to countless leaks that left little to the imagination once the phone was finally introduced.
That said, even though the iPhone SE marks a big moment for Apple; the first time the company introduces a sub-500$ smartphone. The new iPhone didn't come without it's disadvantages (size aside).
Today we're going to tackle head on said disadvantages as we aim to explore the iPhone SE pros and cons just to help you be 100% sure it's the right fit for you or not. Many of them you might already be aware of but then again, many others might still be a mystery to you. Let's see what we've got...
Meizu has done an excellent job at proving you don't need to spend big bucks to get a quality smartphone. The company has gone down the same path as Xiaomi and nowadays both of these companies rule the mid range with a wide portfolio of attractive smartphones at very competitive prices.
Today we're going to discuss one of the company's most anticipated releases; the Meizu M3 Note. This new model follows in the M2 Note's footsteps and delivers a phablet sized phone with great specs at a good price. However, as they say, not everything that shines is golden.
With that in mind today we seek to untap both the advantages and disadvantages of Meizu's newest flagship on this post of the Meizu M3 Note Pros and Cons you can't ignore. Are you ready?
Pros: 256 GB SSD unit, Core i7 Skylake, dedicated graphics chip for real gaming, dual fan technology, competitive price for a gaming laptop.
Cons: No DVD reader.
As of late, it seems that affordable gaming laptops are no longer a prank someone plays on you as an April Fools joke. Both Dell and Asus have been hard at work to deliver some of the most interesting affordable gaming laptops in the market. Proof and point is the latest Asus K501UX-AH71.
Asus's latest incursion into the competitive but very lucrative gaming market comes equipped with a Full HD display, dedicated Nvidia GeForce 950M graphics, a Skylake i7 processor and a huge 256 GB SSD storage unit. As we dive into our review of the Asus K501UX-AH71 we invite you to hop on and take an extensive look at one of the most promising affordable gaming machines in the market.
Is this laptop a hit or a miss? Find out in the customer reviews!
Recently we covered the Asus X555DA-WS11, an affordable yet very powerful laptop for hardcore users. Today we're going to dive into yet another model of Asus's lineup, a very popular model that goes under the name of Asus F555LA-EH51.
Asus's latest foray into consumer laptops comes packed with great specs though quite honestly it does lack a particularly outstanding feature. Overall, it's an interesting laptop with a lot to offer such as a Core i5 CPU, 8 GB of RAM and quite a bit more. Eager to know more? Then keep reading as we unravel all the pros and cons in this review of the Asus F555LA-EH51.
The Good: Broadwell i5 CPU, 8 GB of RAM, DVD reader, super fast WiFi, 1 TB of storage, highly competitive price.
The Bad: Integrated graphics not for hardcore gamers, standard battery life.
Are buyers loving or hating this laptop? Check it out here!
Asus is pulling out all the stops with its new line of consumer laptops. The company has gone from creating good laptops at affordable prices to manufacturing cutting edge models at extremely competitive prices. Proof of its latest strategy can be seen on one of its most recent launches; the Asus X555DA-WS11.
This new laptop comes with 8 GB of RAM a powerful quad core processor as well as a slick for factor that affords it a comfortable weight of just 4.48 pounds. However, as you know, these are just the bullet points so if you wanna dig deeper go ahead and read our Asus X555DA-WS11 full review just after the break.
The Pros: AMD A10-8700P CPU (i5-6200u equivalent), 8GB of RAM, 1 TB of storage, DVD reader, cheap price.
The Cons: 2 cell battery.
Find out what customers have to say about this laptop here!
Pros: Quad Core AMD CPU, 8 GB of RAM, Full HD display, 256GB SSD, spectacular price.
Cons: Not much information available.
Asus has really stepped it up lately with very interesting and affordable launches such as the F555LA-AB31 or one of its most recent launches, the Asus X555DA-AS11. This new laptop stands out because of its stellar features such as its 256 GB SSD, Full HD display coupled with a killer price. Today we're going to cut right to it and tell you everything you need (and don't need) to know about this particular model in our review of the Asus X555DA-AS11.
Pros: Dual core Skylake Core i5 CPU, 4GB of upgradable RAM, foldable touchscreen, Intel HD 520 graphics chip, competitive price.
Cons: 500 GB of storage, some users experience connectivity issues.
Dell has really upped its game since it went from being a publicly traded company to a private company that doesn't have to respond to shareholders. Proof of this is the company's relentless efforts to corner the consumer market with quality laptops at affordable prices, something that was pretty much unheard of until recently.
Its newest 2 in 1 laptop, the Dell Inspiron i7359-2435SLV really lets this show by providing a slim for factor, 2 in 1 functionality as well as some killer internals at a more than reasonable price. Hungry for more? Then don't waste another second and read our review of the Dell Inspiron i7359-2435SLV.
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Pros: Broadwell Core i5 processor, 1TB storage, 4GB of RAM (upgradable to 8GB), entry level price point.
Cons: 2 USB ports, up to 4 hours of battery life.
It's hardly common to come around an affordable Core i5 laptop that doesn't have a "refurbished" sticker attached to it. However, Lenovo has done just that when introducing this particular model to the market. Specifically, it boasts a very nice set of specs at an entry level price, Core i5 processor amongst them. If you care to know more then don't be shy and come on down to read our full review of the Lenovo 80QQ00JGUS.
Pros: Quad Core i5 CPU, 1TB storage+8GB flash storage, 8 GB of RAM, Nvidia GeForce GTX960M, outstanding battery life, low price for a gaming laptop.
Cons: Lacks an Optical Drive.
Finding an affordable gaming laptop is not an easy task for anyone to take on. Often times, when we think we've hit the jackpot it turns out we're looking at a refurbished model or even worse, the comments make it clear that this laptop is far from great. That said, once in a blue moon, a couple of affordable gaming laptops do come to light. Such is the case of the latest Dell Inspiron i7559-12623 RED.
It's with this new laptop that Dell takes yet another step towards dominating this segment. The company's first step was the launch of the Dell Inspiron i7559-763BLK we've reviewed over here and now we arrive at this new model.
So, what does Dell have in store for us this time around? Well an Nvidia GeForce GTX 960M and a Full HD display are just a couple of its best attributes. However, as we love taking a deeper look, let's do the same over here and review the Dell Inspiron i7559-12623RED in all its might.
How are customers reacting? Check out the reviews here!
Pros: Core i3 CPU, 1 TB of storage, stylish design, 8 GB of RAM (upgradable), entry level price.
Cons: Integrated graphics chip not meant for gamers.
The perfect desktop computer is very hard to come by, at least when you're on a budget. You look and look and when you seem to have found the perfect option with awesome specs at a great price you're disappointed to find out in the comments that it's far from what you expected and then the search starts yet again.
Today we'd like to put an end to your suffering and offer you a fully fleshed review of the Asus M32AD-US001T. This desktop might not be a huge powerhouse with a Skylake chipset and all the latest standards but it works great and isn't that what we're really after?
A desktop that will work well with multitasking, have a good sound card and allow us to edit pictures and videos without draining our accounts-check for pricing here-. If that's what you want then keep reading to find out everything you need to know.
Do buyers Love or Hate this desktop? Read the reviews here!
Pros: Quad Core Skylake i5 CPU, 8 GB of DDR4 RAM (not DDR3), 1TB of storage, USB 3.1, sleek design, very competitive price.
Cons: Integrated Graphics Card (not suitable for hardcore gamers).
Finding a suitable desktop computer can be a daunting task at times. There are so many options and with many of them being pretty old it can be a very tiresome process just to go through the options. At times you just want a clear cut answer as to which is the best desktop for your budget.
It's with this in mind that today we'd like to talk to you guys about an extremely interesting - and very affordable - desktop computer under the name Asus VivoPC M32CD-AS51.
Under its many attributes we can count a latest generation Core i5 processor, the newly launched DDR4 RAM as well as a variety of ports, including but not limited to, a couple of USB 3.1 ports that work twice as fast as the USB 3.0 options (also available). Have we caught your attention? Good, then don't waste another second and read our full review of the Asus M32CD-AS51.