Acer Aspire V 15 V3-575T-7008 Cutthroat Review

Pros: Skylake i7 CPU, 8 GB of RAM, Full HD touchscreen, 1 TB of storage, low price (bearing the competition)
Cons: Battery life up to 5 hours, not a gaming laptop.

We can all agree that Acer has really stepped up its game over the past few years. The company which was once known for manufacturing nearly-decent laptops has transitioned into a new era where they make pretty good products at very competitive prices. Today we're going to tackle one such product under the name Acer Aspire V 15 V3-575T-7008.

This latest model has really surprised us thanks to its implementation of a last generation Core i7 processor, vast RAM and a Full HD touchscreen all at a very low price point. If, like us, you're a firm believer in getting the best bang for your buck then strap on down and get to know this interesting new model in our review of the Acer Aspire V 15 V3-575T-7008.

What's the verdict? Find out what buyers are saying about this laptop!

[Review] HP 15-ac151dx the one you Actually Need

Pros: i5 processor, Intel HD 5500 graphics chip, 1TB of storage, great customer service, vey affordable price, DVD tray
Cons: No "breath taking feature".

HP is good at two things; building reliable products and offering an exceptional customer service support. When these two things come together and align themselves with a budget friendly laptop it's clear we've got a winner on our hands. It's in that spirit that today we introduce the HP 15-ac151dx.

While it's name might not say much, HP's newest laptop is part of its Pavilion 15 line and as we all know, this line offers a solid build as well as a good price to spec relationship. It's newest laptop houses a Core i5 processor, 1TB of storage and a good Intel HD graphics 5500 graphics chip amongst other virtues. Interested in knowing more? You're not alone, keep reading our review of the HP 15-ac151dx to find out everything worth knowing and then some.

[Review] Acer Aspire E 15 E5-574G-71WB Low Cost Gaming Laptop

Pros: Skylake Core i7 processor, BlueLight Shield Technology, dedicated Nvidia GeForce 940M graphics card, 8 GB of RAM, bargain price.
Cons: no DVD tray (Is this really a con?)

Gaming laptops are typically very expensive machines and when they're not that's because we're generally looking at a refurbished model. However, once in awhile you come across a model that really stands out thanks to its incredible performance paired with a smashing price. Such is the case of the Acer Aspire E 15 E5-574G-71WB.

Acer has done a great job as of late by really stepping up and delivering great laptops at a great price point and the model at hand is no exception. With a 6th generation Core i7 processor, 8 GB of RAM and an Nvidia GeForce 940M with 4 GB of dedicated vRAM, Acer's new laptop is poised to take over the market in a matter of months.

If you're as intrigued as we are - and we wouldn't blame you - then come on down and find out everything you need to know about this spectacular PC in our review of the Acer Aspire E 15 E5-574G-71WB.

[Review] Dell Inspiron i3452-5600BLK Is it really Worth it?

Pros: Lightweight 14 inch laptop, SSD storage, up to 8 hours of battery life, very low price point.
Cons: Designed for basic computing.

While many of us are searching for a powerhouse laptop that can perform excellently to our wildest demands, there are plenty of users who don't need a laptop to go that far. On the contrary, many are just happy with a laptop that serves their needs of surfing the web, talking with friends and doing some number crunching on excel. It's for this specific audience that Dell has launched a very interesting model under the name Dell Inspiron i3452-5600BLK.

While one of the main features of this laptop is it's low cut price, it also stands out thanks to its SSD storage and lightweight 14 inch design. However, don't take us on our word and check this laptop out on your own in our review of the Dell Inspiron i3452-5600BLK.

Are people loving or hating this laptop? Read the reviews here!

[Review] HP Envy m7-n011dx the "Envy" of all laptops

Pros: Core i7 CPU, 16 GB of RAM, Nvidia GeForce 940M with 4 GB, Full HD 17 inch touchscreen, heavily discounted price.
Cons: Hard Drive instead of an SSD unit.

Finding a great gaming laptop that doesn't drain our bank accounts can be a hard task to muster. However, today we're going to do just that by introducing you to one of the best 17 inch laptops up to date; the HP Envy m7-n011dx.

This laptop is not only a gamer's dream but it's also a huge powerhouse for any demanding user. With 16 GB of RAM, an Intel Core i7 CPU and a dedicated graphics card with 4 GB of dedicated RAM there's not much that this laptop CAN'T do. We know you're dying to know all the details as well as the pros and cons so we won't keep you waiting, here's our full review of the HP Envy m7-n011dx. Enjoy!

Are customers loving or hating this laptop? Find out here!

[Review] Dell Inspiron i5559-3347SLV Love Is in The Air...

Pros: Skylake i5 CPU, 8 GB of RAM, up to 8 hours of battery life, WiFi ac connectivity, 1 TB of storage, very competitive price.
Cons: Graphics chip not suitable for hardcore gamers.

Dell has been doing an incredible job as off late by introducing affordable yet quality laptops into the consumer market. The company that, not so long ago, aimed solely at the enterprise market has taken things a step further and really gone the extra yard. It's with this in mind that today we'd like to take on one of it's most promising laptops in the mid range market; the Dell Inspiron i5559-3347SLV.

This new laptop flaunts a mid range price, a sixth generation Core i5 Skylake processor and 8 GB of RAM amongst many other virtues. However, let's not beat around the bush, if you wanna know more then come on down and read our full review of the Dell Inspiron i5559-3347SLV and find out if it's a hero or a zero.

What's the buyer's verdict? Read the customer reviews here!

[Review] Dell Inspiron i3000-10099SLV The 2 in 1 you Can't ignore

Pros: 11 hour battery life, light and portable design, doubles as a tablet, Windows 10, new Intel Pentium N3700 chip, incredibly low price.
Cons: Not a desktop replacement.

While it may be true that a couple of years ago two-in-one laptops where a very expensive luxury, today that is no longer the case. Nowadays it's possible to buy a laptop that doubles as a tablet from a reputable manufacturer at a very reasonable price. Such is the case of the model we're going to discuss today, the very attractive Dell Inspiron i3000-10099SLV.

Dell's newest two in one is already a big hit thanks to its low cut price, mid range specs and stellar design for those who want power on the go but don't wanna give up on the commodities that a laptop design affords them. Without spoiling all the details, we'd like to invite you guys to read all about it as we delve into our Dell Inspiron i3000-10099SLV review. 

Is this a hit or a miss with consumers? Find out here!

[Review] Asus X555LA-HI31103J The Verdict is In...

Pros: 5th generation Core i3, 4GB upgradable RAM, 1 TB of storage, very attractive price.
Cons: Inadequate for gaming.

Finding a mid range laptop that features an affordable price point is not a particularly common event. More often than not we do end up paying a bit more than we might've hoped for. However, once in awhile, a truly distinguished model comes to the forefront. We've seen this with the compelling Asus F555LA-AB31 and today we're seeing it again with the Asus X555LA-HI31103J.

The new Asus flagship is quick to stand out thanks to its prominent 5th generation Core i3 processor, extremely competitive pricing and vast storage, but don't take us on our word and keep reading as we take a dive and review the Asus X555LA-HI31103J.

Is this laptop a Hero or a Zero? Find out what buyers are saying!

[Review] Dell Inspiron i3552-4041BLK Who needs a DVD reader?

Pros: 8 hour battery life, 4 GB of upgradable RAM, stylish design, cheap price point.
Cons: Aimed at "light" users.

There are two types of people: those who need a DVD reader and those who don't. More and more we're witnessing how the latter is becoming more and more popular and therefore manufacturers are creating entry level laptops especially geared towards that segment of the population. Today's case is just that, an entry level laptop with an affordable price and no DVD tray, but it's also a whole lot more.

Without further ado we give you our review of the Dell Inspiron i3552-4041BLK, which is essentially the exact same model as the 4042BLK we reviewed earlier sans the DVD reader. Now that we've got that cleared up, let's jump right to it.

[Review] HP 15-ac121nr a Superb Full HD laptop

Pros: Skylake Core i5 CPU, 8 GB of RAM, 1 TB of storage, suitable for casual gaming, long lasting battery life, relatively cheap price, excellent customer service.
Cons: Hard Drive instead of an SSD.

More often than not there's not that much of a price difference between an entry level laptop and a mid range laptop. However, the difference in terms of performance is usually quite noticeable, especially when you're an intensive user -such as myself-.

Today we're going to talk about one of those affordable mid range models that stand out thanks to its Full HD display, 6th generation Core i5 processor and 8 GB of RAM. Yes, that's right, today we're all set to review the HP 15-ac121nr, wanna come?

[Review] Dell Inspiron i3552-4042BLK Not Loving It

Pros: Sleek design, Windows 10, 8 hour battery life, DVD tray, 4 GB of RAM, cheap price.
Cons: Basic Computing laptop

As of late it's becoming increasingly more common for entry level laptops to dismiss the optical drive all together. We can't really blame them, many people don't really make use of CD's anymore so this tendency is understandable.

However, that doesn't mean that everyone can live without a DVD tray and that's not enough reason for these people to fork out hundreds of extra bucks to get a mid range laptop. It's with this in mind that today we're going to talk to you guys about a very interesting model under the name of Dell Inspiron i3552-4042BLK.

This particular model has only been in the market for a few months but it's already starting to make a name for itself in the entry level segment. It's affordable price coupled with a stylish design and decent components make up for an ideal student laptop. But don't take our word for it, judge it by yourself in our in depth review of the Dell Inspiron i3552-4042BLK. 

[Review] Dell Inspiron i3552-8043BLK What you'll Love and Hate about this laptop

Pros: 128GB of SSD storage, Windows 10, 8 Hour battery life, lightweight, very affordable.
Cons: Not suitable for gaming.

One of our main complaints when looking at mid range laptops is that most of them feature a hard drive instead of an SSD. There's a reason for this; SSD's are still relatively expensive. Sometimes we would find an affordable laptop with 32 GB of SSD storage but that just wasn't enough for us.

That's why today we're really excited to talk to you guys about a new Dell entry level laptop - with an entry level price- that sports 128 GB of SSD storage. Have we spiked your interest? Then strap on for our in depth review of the Dell Inspiron i3552-8043BLK.

What do buyers like and dislike about this laptop? Find out here!

[Review] Dell Inspiron i5555-1428BLK It Simply Works

Pros: 6 GB of RAM, Quad Core AMD CPU (Core i5 equivalent), 1 TB of storage, Touchscreen, entry level price, over 7 hours of battery life.
Cons: Not well suited for gaming.

There's no denying that touchscreen laptops have become very popular over the past year. What was once a pricey option is now a very affordable bonus that many laptops feature as an extra selling point. It's with this in mind that today we'd like to take a look at one of the latest touchscreen laptops to hit the market; the Dell Inspiron i5555-1428BLK.

This new laptop stands out not only thanks to its tactile screen but also due to it's low end price and mid range specs such as an AMD processor and a very impressive 6 GB of RAM. Interested? Then come on over and read our full review of the Dell Inspiron i5555-1428BLK to uncover it's pros, cons and everything else worth knowing before you click the "buy button".

Are the buyers of this laptop happy? Find out what they have to say!

[Review] HP Pavilion 17-g151cy Pros, Cons and Everything in Between

Pros: Quad Core processor, 6 GB of RAM, 1 TB of storage, Touchscreen, ultra low price.
Cons: Not a gaming laptop.

Finding an affordable and functional 17 inch laptop may prove to be a challenge for many of us. However, sometimes we come across a gem in the making like the one we're going to tackle on today; the HP Pavilion 17-g151cy. 

We say it's a gem because of its competitive pricing (check out its price over here), mid range specs and an attractive 17 inch touchscreen. That said, we don't want to spill all the details on the intro so we would like to invite you guys to keep reading as we unravel our full review of the HP Pavilion 17-g151cy. Jump in!

Do people love or hate this laptop? Find out here!

Samsung Galaxy S7 Ultimate Pros and Cons you Should Know

Samsung recently launched its much anticipated Samsung Galaxy S7 over at Barcelona in the Mobile World Congress. The smartphone was an instant hit amongst reviewers and there's no doubt that it will be one of this year's bestsellers.

That said, most reviews have focused on the positive ignoring the faults within the top of the line smartphone. Today, in true 9to5 fashion, we're going to delve into the pros and cons of the Galaxy S7 to tell you exactly what you're getting yourself into. It's still an overall excellent handset but we wouldn't be doing our job if we didn't point out it's advantages as well as its disadvantages. Ready to dive in?

Xiaomi Mi 4S 5 Must-Read Pros and Cons Before you Buy

As of late, we've taken a keen interest in Xiaomi smartphones. They present us with the perfect balance between price and specs. However, even the most advanced Xiaomi smartphones have points where they fall short of expectations. After all, technology is often about making compromises. It's with this in mind that today we ask our interested readers to delve into the pros and cons of the Xiaomi Mi 4s. 

As one of Xiaomi's latest flagship phones it's hard to believe it may have cons to be considered, however as much as we would like it not to be the case, it does. If you're like us you'll like to know all the disadvantages worth knowing before clicking the "buy" button so without further ado here we go.

[Review] HP 15-ac120nr All that you Were Afraid to Ask

Pros: 5th generation Core i3 CPU, 750 GB of storage, strong integrated graphics card, touchscreen, killer price.
Cons: Domestic or student laptop, not a powerhouse laptop.

If there's one reason why HP is one of the leading computer manufacturers worldwide is because of its exceptional customer service. Buying an HP laptop means you don't have to worry if something goes wrong down the line since HP will help you solve your issues quickly and effectively. It's with this in mind that today we'd like to tackle one of HP's most interesting proposals to date, the touchscreen laptop under the name of HP 15-ac120nr.

Aside from providing a touchscreen experience at an affordable price (check price here), the HP 15-ac120nr offers a great set of specs such as a 5th generation Core i3 processor, an ample 750 GB hard drive as well as a powerful integrated graphics card. This is by no means what some would call a "hardcore laptop" but it will suffice as a desktop replacement in most cases. However, don't take our word for it, read on through our review of the HP 15-ac120nr and find out if it's what you need or if it falls short.

Do people love or hate this laptop? Find out what buyers think here!

[Review] HP Pavilion 15 15-ac147cl Things You Should Know

Pros: Core i5 CPU, 6 GB of RAM, 1 TB of storage, competitive price.
Cons: 4th generation processor.

While some people search for a powerhouse laptop and others just look for an entry level notebook to do some basic computing tasks, there's also a set of people who settle on the middle ground and look for a mid-level laptop that won't be powerful enough as to edit 4K vídeo or weak enough that it ends up being a paperweight. It's for these people that HP has developed the affordable HP Pavilion 15 15-ac147cl (check price here).

The HP Pavilion 15 15-ac147cl isn't an entry level laptop, it's Core i5 CPU and 6 GB of RAM can attest to that, but it's not a gamers laptop either, something obvious when you consider it houses an Intel HD 4400 graphics card. Today, we're going to go beyond the simple set of specs and dive right into this model as we share with you guys our detailed review of the HP Pavilion 15 15-ac147cl. Ready to jump in?

Xiaomi Mi 5 The Pros and Cons you can't Ignore

It's taken Xiaomi almost two years but the company has finally launched a successor to its wildly popular Xiaomi Mi 4; the Xiaomi Mi 5, an affordable high end smartphone available on iGoGo for 380€.  The company's new flagship stuns at first sight thanks to its elegant design, curved glass rear end as well as its perfect screen to body ratio. However, it's not all pros, today we're going to dig deep and give you the pros and cons of the Xiaomi Mi 5. Are you ready?