Wednesday, May 31, 2017

[Review] Acer Spin 5 SP513-51-53FC The new Standard is Here

design Acer Spin 5 SP513-51-53FC

  • Pros:
  • Full HD Display
  • 7th generation Core i5
  • 256 GB SSD
  • 8 GB DDR4
  • Up to 10 hour battery life
  • Cons:
  • No dedicated graphics
  • No DVD Drive
Convertibles are taking over the market and with good reason. While previously convertible laptops would be limited to a more basic function and more basic key components. Nowadays you can find convertibles that can give high end laptops a run for their money without costing you an arm and a leg in the process.

Such is the case of the latest Acer Spin 5 SP513-51-53FC. This new laptop packs a 7th generation Intel Core i5 processor, a Full HD display, up to 10 hours of battery life and a very good performance thanks to its good graphics chip and 8 GB of the latest generation RAM. But, is this laptop worth your money? That's what we're here to find out as we dive straight towards our review of the Acer Spin 5 SP513-51-53FC.

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Key Specs
Processor:    Intel Core i5-7200U
Storage: 256 GB SSD
Display: 13.3" ( Full HD)
Graphics: Intel HD 620

HP Stream 14-ax020nr Honest Review of an entry level cloudbook

  • Pros:
  • HD Display
  • Over 10 hours of battery life
  • Lightweight design (3.17 pounds)
  • 1 Year subscription to Office 365
  • Cons:
  • Celeron processor
  • No dedicated graphics chip
With the price that most entry level laptops have on their backs its pretty hard for someone to NOT be able to afford an entry level computer. What's more, entry level computers have gotten more and more advanced over the years to the point where an entry level machine now is equivalent in performance to a low-mid range laptop from a few years back.

Today we're gonna take a closer look at one of the most attractive new cloudbooks to hit the market, both thanks to its key components as well as its very friendly price point. Without further ado, lets get on with our review of the HP Stream 14-ax020nr.

Key Specs
Processor:    Intel Celeron N3060 (1.6 GHz)    
Storage: 32 GB eMMC
Display: 14" (HD)
Graphics: Intel Graphics

Acer SP111-31N-C4UG Honest Review for an Entry Level convertible

Acer SP111-31N-C4UG spec and performance review

  • Pros:
  • Full HD Display
  • SSD storage
  • Lightweight design
  • Up to 9 hours of battery life
  • Cons:
  • Celeron processor
  • No dedicated graphics chip
Convertibles have become a staple of the laptop market, perfect for those who are torn between the need of a laptop or the need of a tablet. Some convertibles tend towards the high end user, such as the recently reviewed Acer R5-571TG-7229 which includes a dedicated graphics card as well as 12 GB of RAM.

However, the market for convertibles still points mostly towards "light" machines. Such is the case of the latest Acer SP111-31N-C4UG, which we will be reviewing today.

This new convertible plans to seduce us making use of its Full HD display, long lasting battery life and SSD storage unit, as well as a very competitive price. Without further delay, let's get to know this model in more detail, shall we?

Key Specs
Processor:    Intel Celeron (1.1 GHz)    
Storage: 32 GB
Display: 11.6" (Full HD)
Graphics: Intel HD Graphics

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

[Review] Acer R5-571TG-7229 finally a Dedicated GPU in a convertible

  • The Pros:
  • Intel Core i7 CPU
  • nVidia GeForce Graphics
  • Fingerprint reader
  • 256 GB of SSD storage
  • The cons:
  • No ethernet port
  • Heavy for a convertible (4.7 pounds)
Convertibles have been all the rage lately with each manufacturer launching its own version of this very peculiar kind of laptop that doubles as a tablet. That said, what we have barely seen in this segment are convertibles that are capable of handling some serious graphics.

In other words they typically came with a dedicated graphics chip. However, now Acer has launched a new convertible that finally allows users to go crazy playing their AAA games either in laptop or tablet mode.

We're talking about the very attractive Acer R5-571TG-7229, a convertible that packs its very own Nvidia GeForce graphics chip alongside a string of other attractive features such as a Full HD display, fingerprint reader, massive SSD storage and a very generous 12 GB of RAM.

Priced moderately we believe this to be one of the best convertibles in the market and that's why we don't hesitate to launch our review of the Acer R5-571TG-7229. Wanna jump in?

Monday, May 29, 2017

Dell Inspiron i5577-7359BLK-PUS Reviewing your next gaming machine

Most people, upon searching for a new laptop, tend to look for something that can handle most everyday tasks such as browsing the web, watching movies and getting some work done without any hiccups. However, for those who have more graphically oriented jobs or simply those who like to play some hardcore games, they have to search for a gaming laptop.

Searching for a gaming laptop is no easy task, there are several models and typically the price point of these kind of laptops are pretty high up there. That's why when we find a budget gaming laptop that meets all our needs and then some we get pretty excited. That's precisely what happened when we found Dell's latest Dell Inspiron i5577-7359BLK-PUS.

This particular model packs a great graphics chip, Full HD display, latest generation i7 processor and a pretty nifty hybrid storage option. Without further delay, lets get our hands dirty and get to know this model as we dive straight in to our review of the Dell Inspiron i5577-7359BLK-PUS.

ASUS P-Series P2540UA-AB51, The Reviews are in!

review ASUS P-Series P2540UA-AB51
  • Pros:
  • Intel Core i5 (7th gen)
  • Full HD
  • Vast connectivity
  • 8 GB of RAM (upgradable)
  • Cons:
  • 1 TB hard drive
  • Not suitable for hardcore gaming
Finding a new laptop can be a tricky thing. It's not always easy as some put it. Many times you've gotta work your way through the technical gibberish and find a laptop that fits your needs and not the ones of a particle physicist working at NASA. Today we're here to talk you through a new laptop that might be able to fit your needs and, best of all, your budget.

Specifically, we're gonna take on the review of the ASUS P-Series P2540UA-AB51, Asus's latest bet for an advanced budget laptop packs some state of the art features such as "Wake-on-LAN", a fingerprint reader as well as your standard Full HD display and 7th generation Core i5 processor.