[Review] LG 50UN7300PUF: The Ultimate Budget 4K Smart TV

 LG 50UN7300PUF: review

  • 50-inch 4K display
  • WebOS 3.0 operating system
  • LG Magic Remote included
  • Compatible with AirPlay 2
  • Alexa Assistant Integrated
  • 20W sound 
  • The panel is not IPS
Today, it is possible to get a mid-range 4K smart TV with features closer to the high-end, for a price that would simply have been hard to believe in previous years. 

With this in mind, we move on to the review of the LG 50UN7300PUF to thoroughly explore the benefits of a balanced 50-inch Smart TV that, from the outset, boasts a price-quality ratio that positions it as a great choice compared to its competitors. 

Likewise, its recent buyers have given high praise to features so important to the multimedia entertainment experience, such as its spectacular 4K image quality, surround sound with the Ultra Surround seal, voice control function from the remote control and modern connectivity suite, amongst other features.

[Review] HP 15-dy1731ms: It's "OK" but you can do Better

  • Touchscreen display
  • 10th generation Core i3 CPU
  • 8 GB of RAM (upgradeable)
  • SSD storage
  • The display is not Full HD
  • Battery life around 6 hours

While convertibles are fairly common within the laptop space, touchscreen laptops that are just that, not convertible devices, are few and far between. 

Introducing the HP 15-dy1731ms. HP's latest touchscreen laptop that aims to fit withing the mid-range, the category in which most laptop users fall into (who are we kidding here?).

In that regard it has a good enough CPU, an interesting amount of RAM to allow for serious multitasking, and an SSD unit to guarantee a speedy performance on day-to-day tasks. But is it really worth your money? And, does it deserve the bad press some users have been giving it lately? Today we set out to answer these questions in this review of the HP 15-dy1731ms.

HP Pavilion 15-dw0083wm: Review of the Everyman's Laptop

  • Compelling and minimalist design
  • Very competitive price
  • 128 GB of SSD storage
  • Intel Pentium Silver N5000 quad-core processor.
  • The panel is not Full HD
  • 4 GB of RAM limits multitasking

Finding a laptop that fits your needs is easier than ever today. You can buy a powerhouse laptop if you're a very demanding user or you can get yourself a Chromebook if you're not interested in much more than surfing the web. 

There's also a third kind of user; the average user who needs more than a Chromebook but less than a powerhouse. For such a user, HP has prepared the very compelling HP 15-dw0083wm.

Sure enough, the name doesn't exactly roll out your tongue but this affordable laptop has gained quite a good reputation despite competing with several other models that feature significantly better specs at a similar price point (for example the Asus F512JA-AS34 we reviewed a few months back). 

That said, we can't argue that there's something to be said for keeping it simple and that's exactly what HP has opted to do with this model. Now, without further ado, let's dig into this review of the HP 15-dw0083wm.

[Review] Samsung UN65RU7300FXZA: Simply Amazing

Samsung UN65RU7300FXZA: review

  • Design sleek, curved
  • Screen 4K of 65 inches
  • Tizen 5.5 operating system
  • Connectivity Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
  • The panel is not IPS
  • Discreet sound quality
Currently, to enjoy a spectacular 4K image on a big screen (ie: more than 50 inches) you don't need to invest a large amount of money. Proof of this is Samsung's mid-range smart TVs, which have recently reduced their prices in a significant manner

The 65-inch model that we will get to know today in this review of the Samsung UN65RU7300FXZA, is a great example of this and you can corroborate it by consulting the attractive discounted price. A compelling TV Set that features an immersive curved display of 65-inches with the quality image that we've come to expect from Samsung. 

[Review] Toshiba TF-43A810U21: The Definition of a Bargain

Toshiba TF-43A810U21: review
  • 43-inch 4K display
  • Voice control via Alexa
  • Fire TV operating system
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
  • Not compatible with AirPlay 2
  • It has only one USB input
The smartTV market has so many options available to today's consumer that choosing the ideal Smart TV for home entertainment is far from an easy task. 

Fortunately, the mid-range models from manufacturer Toshiba offer us the multimedia features we need at prices that are more than reasonable. 

Such is the case of this low-cost 4K Smart TV that we will get to know in-depth today in this review of the Toshiba TF-43A810U21, a smartTV whose high customer satisfaction has become one of its most compelling calling cards. 

Amongst its virtues, this model boasts an easy setup, crisp and colorful picture quality, even with natively non-4K content, and a variety of pre-installed streaming platforms, including Disney+, Netflix, and Prime Video.

[Review] Acer Aspire 5 A515-44-R2SA: A stellar PC with no Pretenses

The Acer Aspire 5 lineup has stood out over the past few years thanks to its stellar devices that bring good quality computing to the masses and the Acer Aspire 5 A515-44-R2SA was not going to be an exception to this.

It is a device that does not sacrifice elegance for the sake of economy, and that offers added value with top-of-the-line components: an eight-core Ryzen 7 4700U processor, a 15.6-inch Full HD screen, and a remarkable variety of ports, all in a slim, lightweight aluminum chassis in a sober silver tone. Today we set out to review the Acer Aspire 5 A515-44-R2SA and uncover everything there is to know about this interesting top-seller.

[Review] Acer Aspire 5 A515-44-R41B: Great for (almost) everyone

  • Lightweight aluminium design
  • 15.6-inch Full HD display
  • Hexa core processor with 8 GB of DDR4 RAM
  • Extensive connectivity suite
  • Inteagrated graphics
  • No fingerprint reader
Acer has done it again. The company has launched a very compelling ultrabook under the name Acer Aspire 5 A515-44-R41B. 

With an excellent price-quality ratio, which benefits us above all with outstanding performance thanks to the latest AMD Ryzen 5 processor, a light and solid design, a bright 15.6-inch  screen diagonal and a backlit keyboard. This laptop embodies everything we need for remote work, school as well as an entertainment center. 

What's more,  Acer has even added excellent features for video calls (with an HD webcam and integrated audio enhancements), a factor that is becoming increasingly necessary during these troubled times. Today we dig into everything there is to know about this ultrabook in this review of the Acer Aspire 5 A515-44-R41B .