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[Review] Toshiba Satellite L15-B1330 An interesting 128GB Cloudbook

Pros: low price (see price here), Windows 8.1, Intel Celeron Processor N2840 2.16GHz, turbo up to 2,58GHz, 128 GB SSD.
Cons: 2 GB of RAM
The Toshiba Satellite L15-B1330laptop is more like a big brother to the high-end tablets. Having an 11.6 inch screen with a resolution of 1366x768 (HD) it falls into the category of ultra-portables. It’s lightning-fast due to the SSD storage. It can handle most apps, including the Microsoft Office Suite, web-browsing, Netflix and of course it's extremely affordable price point.
This laptop is great to work on the go, as well as for people that need a tablet’s portability but can't give up on having a fully fledged keyboard. Without any further ado, let’s start out in-depth review of the Toshiba Satellite L15-B1330 (also known as B15-B1330 on Amazon).

Amazon Fire 7" 2015 Tablet 5 Pros and 5 Cons Review

Amazon revolutionized the tablet market back in 2011 when it launched its first Fire tablet. Back then it was impossible to get a decent tablet for under $300. Since then Amazon's "Fire" has lost its punch and right now they don't even head the best sellers list of tablet manufacturers.

However, on a mission to change that, Amazon has launched a new Fire tablet, this time at an all time low price point of just $49. But not everything that shines is made out of gold, that's why today we're going to take an in depth look onto the pros and cons of the new Amazon Fire tablet 2015. Let's have at it!

Top 5 "Anti Apple" Samsung Ads over the years

Samsung has had a lot of fun with Apple over the years. Especially in recent years where the company laughed at the fact that the iPhones had a unibody design (later following the same footsteps) and of course it had a field day once it managed to keep selling their galaxy tabs spite Apple's suit. See:iPhone prices drop with the launch of iPhone 6s and 6s Plus

[Review] Poin2 Chromebook 11 LT0101-01US, Pros and Cons

Pros:8.5 hour battery life, quad core CPU, 16 GB of storage, 2 USB ports,  cheap price point (see price here). Cons: Nothing specially attractive aside from the price.
The chromebook market is starting to get a bit crowded and it can be a bit difficult to tell which is the best chromebook for us. That said, today we're here to talk about a new arrival in the "chromebook universe". SEE:Lenovo S21e Review: The Windows 10 budget laptop you can't miss

We're talking about the Poin 2 Chromebook 11 LT0101-01US. And yes, I know the name isn't as "sexy" as one would like but bear with us, it's actually a pretty nifty chromebook. That said, let's stop "yapping" and start reviewing with this in depth review of the Poin2 Chromebook 11 LT0101-01US, an interesting ultra cheap chromebook.

[Review] Acer Aspire E5-571-58CG Core i5, 6 GB of RAM and more

Pros: 5th generation Intel Core i5 processor, 6 GB of RAM1 TB of internal storage (HDD), Budget Price Point (see price here) Cons: Integrated GPU (shared graphics).
A few days ago, I would have counted the lack of an SSD as a con for this laptop, but the thing is that at this price range an HDD is actually preferable. Yes, it’s still slower than an SSD, but it probably has more than four times the storage you would have found in another $500's or so laptop with an SSD. Besides, if you really want an SSD you can always buy a 256 GB Samsung EVO SSD for roughly $100 so stop whining. 
Another advantage of the Acer Aspire E5-571-58CG is that it comes with 6 GB of RAM, something quite rare for most mid-range laptops (they usually come with 4 GB). If you wanna know all the details, then you’re in luck because our in-depth review of the Acer Aspire E5-571-58CG is about to begin. Here we'll uncover the pros and cons of this interesting laptop and ultimately help you decide if it's…

Lenovo S21E Review - Great Cloudbook at an Excellent Price

Pros: Dual-core Intel Celeron CPU, 2 GB of RAM, 32 GB SSD, very low price (check availability here). Cons: 32 GB of internal storage. 
A few years ago, Google took the laptop market by surprise with the super cheap, super fast Chromebooks. They became the go-to for students with low budgets and have reigned the low-end market ever since. The problem is, that Chrome OS is a very, verybasic operating system with an extremely low amount of official apps, so many of us still had to save more money to buy a Windows machine.