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[Review] Asus F402BA-EB91 Balanced Performance on all Fronts

There are essentially two reasons why people would rather opt for an SSD drive over an HDD drive; storage speed and weight of the overall device.

With the newly released ASUS F402BA-EB91 the company has managed to remove one of such constraints and delivers a laptop that packs a 1 TB hard drive within a very comfortable 0.9 inch size and 3.6 pound weight. Sure enough it's still not as fast a storage as your SSD storage units but then again it's also much, much, cheaper.

Today we dive into the review of the ASUS F402BA-EB91, a very attractive laptop that offers a very affordable price point for those looking to buy a power laptop without emptying out their bank accounts. Asus's latest venture comes with an  HD 14 inch display, an AMD processor, 8 GB of RAM and a multiverse of connectivity options that simply aren't that common within budget laptops such as this one. Without further ado, lets get on with the review.

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[Review] Packard Bell N1400BK, Is this budget laptop for you?

Pros: Affordable price point, 14.1 inch display, vast battery life, attractive design Cons: 2 GB of RAM, not suitable for extensive multitasking, entry level processor.
Packard Bell isn't the name brand it used to be a few years back. In fact, most of you might not even know of the brands existence. That said, I used to have a Packard Bell laptop so I was pleasantly surprised to hear about one of their most promising and inexpensive laptops; the Packard Bell N1400BK.

On its latest venture Packard Bell doesn't aim at the power user but at the more modest user. It's latest launch doesn't intend to compete against a high end macbook or even a high end Asus. No, this laptop has a very simple purpose; it aims at being your go to "travel" and "casual laptop", even doing the part of desktop replacement for those who don't really see the point of buying a laptop with a ton of bells and whistles they're not really going to take advantage of.

It's …