UHANS H5000 Pros and Cons under Siege

Advantages and disadvantages of the Uhans H5000

UHANS isn't a widely renowned company by any standards. However, while that means that not many people are familiar with the company, it also means that they spend less in marketing and therefore can afford to launch cheaper phones with better specs. On of the companies most attractive models in sight is the Uhans H5000, an affordable smartphone that packs some pretty good specs and offers a massive battery life to all the users who are simply exhausted of charging their phones every single day.

Today we explore this particular handset as we dive into the pros and cons of the UHANS H5000 and see if its worth our money.

Review Asus F556UA-UH71 Setting a New Standard

In the market for a new laptop that packs all the latest features at a reasonable price? Well, you're in luck since Asus has recently released a model which is bound to catch your eyes. Specifically, we're talking about the Asus F556UA-UH71, a model which offers everything from a high end core i7 processor to 8GB of DDR4 RAM and a polymer battery that delivers great battery life. Interested? Then keep reading as we take a dive and review the Asus F556UA-UH71 for your pleasure.

HP 15-ay196nr Review of a Cheap i7 Kaby Lake laptop

It's undeniable that HP has been doing a pretty bang up job as of late. In fact, coupled with Asus, both companies seem intent on delivering the best hardware at the best possible price when it comes down to laptops. Today we set out to review the HP 15-ay196nr, one of the company's latest efforts on the matter.

It's newest laptop packs a nice 15 inch touch screen, 8GB of DDR4 RAM and a latest generation Intel Core i7 CPU. With all this in sight it's pretty clear that HP was working on bringing its users a top notch laptop at an unbeatable price point. However, don't take our word for it, check out our in depth review and draw up your own conclusions.

The Good: Kaby Lake i7 CPU, 8GB of DDR4 RAM, comprehensive battery life, touch screen, low price.
The Bad: No USB 3.0 ports, HD resolution display, HDD storage.

[Review] Asus ZenBook UX330UA-AH54 Top to Bottom Perfection

in depth look at the ZenBook UX330UA-AH54

Asus just can't stop cranking out hits when it comes to its laptop division. The company seems intent on world domination and thanks to its affordable prices coupled with high end specs it's becoming pretty clear that they'll stop at nothing to take over the market. Proof and point is the companies latest model; the Asus ZenBook UX330UA-AH54.

As part of the Zenbook lineup, the UX330UA-AH54 packs a stunning design along with top notch features such as a Kaby Lake i5 processor, a fingerprint reader as well as a 256GB SSD storage unit. Today we set out to know this laptop in depth as we find ourselves immersed in our review of the ASUS ZenBook UX330UA-AH54.

Check out the Asus ZenBook UX360CA-UBM1T we reviewed, a convertible laptop that packs a Core m3 processor, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage and a Full HD touchscreen at an even more convenient price than the UX330UA-AH54.

Review of the ASUS ZenBook UX330UA-AH54  

Timeless design, sturdy build

One of the things we love most about the Zenbook lineup is the design of its laptops. Asus has taken things to a whole new level in this regard and the UX330UA-AH54  is no exception to this.

 Built with an aluminium body, the AH54 bodes a stylish yet sturdy design that manages to feel secure yet lightweight at the same time. Weighing in at roughly 2.6 pounds, this laptop weighs about as much as the 13 inch MacBook Air and measures just half an inch for a sleek and comfortable grip.

Another big plus when it comes to this model over the MacBook Air is that Asus decided to give its -relatively affordable model- a 13.3 inch Full HD display with anti glare coating and wide-viewing technology. All in all, its a pretty neat display for editing pics, videos as well as streaming the latest Marvel movie at high resolution.

The keyboard, as with all high end ultrabooks, is backlit and we especially appreciate the inclusion of a fingerprint reader located within the trackpad for a seamless unlocking experience courtesy of Windows Hello login technology.

Top of the line internals

While the design of the UX330UA-AH54 might be what caught your eye in the first place, you'll stay because of its internals. Specifically, everything under the hood of this notebook is top of the line. For starters we've got a Kaby Lake Intel Core i5-7200U dual core processor which clocks in at a base 2.5GHz and can stretch its performance all the way to 3.1GHz for more resource-intensive tasks.

This is the latest i5 processor to hit the market and as such performance is unparalleled. With this processor only your imagination is the limit when it comes to diving into some heavy duty tasks. Anything from running virtual machines to working with complex IDE's to editing pics on photoshop for hours on end, if you can think about it you can probably do it.

The only limitation in terms of performance is gaming since this specific model doesn't come with a dedicated graphics chip and therefore its performance when playing the latest games is less than stellar.

Moving onto RAM, we've got an 8GB DDR3 module which should be more than enough for power users and tends to hit the sweet spot in terms of performance for most users. In layman terms, 8GB of RAM should be enough for you to easily run several programs at a time without having any lags in performance.

Finally, storage is another virtue we found on the ASUS ZenBook UX330UA-AH54 review, as the notebook packs a 256GB SSD storage unit. If you've never used an SSD before you're in for a treat in terms of speed.

What's more, you couldn't have searched for a laptop at a better time since just a year ago it was incredibly rare to find anything above 128GB on a laptop with this price point and this set of specs.

Great battery life but limited gaming capabilities

As we mentioned previously on this review, the ASUS ZenBook UX330UA-AH54 houses a pretty impressive battery life that stretches out towards 9-10 hours with light usage. In this case, the key words would be "light usage" because an intensive usage such as video streaming while downloading programs at the same time could drain your battery in a matter of 2-3 hours so be warned.

Gaming at a "serious level" simply isn't in the cards. There's no dedicated graphics to speak off, just an integrated Intel HD 620 GPU which delivers good results on games such as Rainbow Six Siege and Overwatch whilst playing at low details but won't go much further than that.

All in all, the graphics chip on this laptop is well suited for video editing as well as picture editing and streaming movies but it shouldn't be looked at seriously by gamers.

No DVD drive but there's a USB type C port 

As expected due to its size, the UX330UA-AH54 lacks a DVD reader but it does manage to pack a couple of USB 3.0 ports as well as a standalone USB Type C port with Charger+ technology. There's also a microHDMI output, an SD card slot and an audio jack. When it comes down to wireless connectivity we've got WiFi ac connectivity as well as Bluetooth 4.1 support.

Closing arguments: To  buy or not to buy?

In the spirit of wrapping up this review of the ASUS ZenBook UX330UA-AH54 we've gotta say that there are better laptops and there are cheaper laptops but the UX330UA-AH54 sits in a class of its own. We absolutely love its minimalist design with high quality craftmanship. We appreciate the latest generation Core i5 processor as well as the extensive SSD storage unit and ample battery life.

Obviously if you're a graphic designer you're gonna have to pass on this model due to its lack of a dedicated graphics chip but leaving that aside and unless your job requires an i7 then this is absolutely an excellent choice for you that will allow you to enjoy a high end laptop for many years to come.

[Review] Asus ZenBook UX360CA-UBM1T, Dreams do come True!

ASUS ZenBook Flip UX360CA-UBM1T review

Pros: Core M3 CPU, 8GB of RAM, 256GB SSD, Full HD touchscreen, 10 hour battery life, plenty of ports, competitive price.
Cons: No DVD drive or ethernet port.

When Apple launched the Macbook way back in 2015 they didn't just launch a new laptop, they introduced a new standard in regards to how thin and light a laptop could be. Many have come out and imitated the design of the popular notebook but what many of us really wanted was to see improvements rather than copycats. More specifically; affordable improvements. Such is the case of the Asus ZenBook Flip UX360CA-UBM1T.

With Asus's latest venture onto the ultra-ultrabook segment we got everything we where hoping for and then some. It's new laptop arrives with a very attractive price whilst also boasting several ports on a convertible laptop that can go from notebook to tablet with the flick of a screen. Now, lets get to know this model in depth as we dive onto our review of the ASUS ZenBook Flip UX360CA-UBM1T.

Reviewing the HP 15-ba009dx, the Good, the Bad and Everything in between

Pros: Budget pricing, AMD quad core processor, 4GB of upgradable RAM, 15.6 inch display, 5.5 hours of battery life.
Cons: 500 GB hard drive, recommended upgrade to an SSD storage unit.

Entry level laptops have evolved quite a bit over the past couple of years. Now you can actually purchase a usable laptop for well below $300 something that would've previously been unconceivable and no, I'm not talking about cloudbooks or chromebooks, I'm talking about fully fledged computers.

Such is the case of HP's HP 15-ba009dx. This particular model packs quite a punch and has been the subject of great reviews because of it. On its core it comes with a powerful AMD processor, toggles 4GB of upgradable RAM and delivers roughly 5 hours of battery life. Without further ado, lets get on with our review of the HP 15-ba009dx to see if it's a worthy purchase after all.