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Late 2012 Razer Blade - One Of The Luxurious Laptops (Part 4)
As one of the genius ideas, Razer discarded all of the useless softwares from its original Blade laptop, a move that we really want to see turning into standard practice for the company. Like its ancestor, the second-generation machine only compatible with Razer's own built-in Synapse software - a suite you'll need to make use of the rig's Switchblade interface. I
Late 2012 Razer Blade - One Of The Luxurious Laptops (Part 3)
As much as we would like to talk about the thin aluminum case of the Razer Blade, the heart of the second-gen laptop is what inside it: this is truly the biggest difference. Believe me, it’s worth your consideration. The brand new Blade does not use the Sandy Bridge CPU, instead, it is powered by the Intel Core i7-3632QM 2.2 GHz (can be boost up to 3.2GHz with Turbo Boost) processor.
Late 2012 Razer Blade - One Of The Luxurious Laptops (Part 2)
It is difficult to recommend any track-pad that is suitable for playing games, however, “Switchblade display” is an exception. That's because of its perfect location. Since it sits in the 10-key's typical spot, the pad makes itself to comfortable gaming more than most of other laptops.
Late 2012 Razer Blade - One Of The Luxurious Laptops (Part 1)
Razer always has their own way to surprise us – making a breakthrough as a manufacturer by introducing laptops, game consoles and controller-toting tablets. The brand new laptop – Razer Blade – has been an amazing product that goes beyond our expectation. Along with the shiny, polished, beautiful case, the Blade is one of the thinnest laptop for gamers in the world.
Dell Latitude 6430u - High-End Business Ultrabook
Dell has introduced its very first high-end business Ultrabook after a very long time coming, the Latitude 6430u. This product’s tough case can satisfy the MIL-STD-810G military standard and it also features many business-friendly functions. This latest introduction from Dell will fight a fierce battle with ThinkPad X1 Carbon from Lenovo.
Sony Vaio FIT 15 - Sony's Mainstream Notebooks Get A Makeover (Part 3)
If you are looking for something more portable, the 14-inch Fit 14 offers similar specs, but starts at a lower price: $650 By the way, it's also worth going over what the Fit E models have to offer. The two start at $550 and $580, respectively, with a 1,600 x 900 screen on the Fit 14E and a 1080p panel on the Fit 15E.
Sony Vaio FIT 15 - Sony's Mainstream Notebooks Get A Makeover (Part 2)
If you type Ctrl-F to zero in on mentions of "1,366 x 768", this is the only case you'll find related to the Fit series. With a new generation of laptops, Sony more or less standardized 1920x1080 resolutions, with an exception of the Fit 14 laptop line, which starts at a resolution of 1600x900. In any event, 720p is a thing of the past, at least for Sony.
Sony Vaio FIT 15 - Sony's Mainstream Notebooks Get A Makeover (Part 1)
Although some students are still lost in the finals, and even Intel has not officially unveiled Haswell, the next few weeks will witness many PC makers launch their summer series. Sony is the first one.
Toshiba Satellite P885-32J Offers 3D Without Glasses
In a brave move, P855-32J offers 3D without glasses. It uses the built-in webcam to track your head position, and then provide relevant images for each eye. The effect works quite well when you sit directly in front of it, but just a little bit stirred and the 3D will be broken.
Laptops Test - The Original Act Flights Back (Part 4)
HP Envy dv6-7206tx: It was a very close call between the dv6 and the IdeaPad Y500, with the HP dv6 taking the top step of the podium, but not by much difference. It has a combination of very good performance, an excellent keyboard; good build quality and fairly good battery life.
Laptops Test - The Original Act Flights Back (Part 3)
The G6-2227tu registered the best FPS score in the Unigene Heaven test, closely followed by the G6-2301 – the difference in scores is mostly due to the rest of the configuration. Both machines have the fairly powerful AMD Radeon HD7670M graphics, while the trend among the rest is to offer only the Intel HD 4000 graphics.
Laptops Test - The Original Act Flights Back (Part 2)
The Acer Aspire V5-571- 53334 is possibly the best looking of all the notebooks in this category. The Aspire V5 is slim, like its less expensive sibling and the brushed metal look with light grey color is a refreshing change. It’s marvelous how Acer makes these V5 series so slim while managing to pack in fairly powerful specs.
Laptops Test - The Original Act Flights Back (Part 1)
When ultrabooks began gaining popularity a couple of years ago, quite a few techies with rather inflated self-opinions had prophesied the death of the laptop as we know it. Now, as we sit and analyze the laptops we’ve received for this comparison test, and look at them from the perspective of reader queries that regularly trickle in, the reality is far from that prediction.
Toshiba 310 Satellite U940-11N - An Ultra-Portable Model With A Shoddy Build
Acer Aspire Timeline U M5-581TG - A Strange Laptop
The Acer Aspire Timeline U M5 is a strange laptop, combining elements from ultra-portables and heavier, more powerful laptops. Although you’d expect the M5 to have the best of both worlds, the result is quite muddled.
Asus Vivobook S400CA - A Light, Stylish And Inexpensive Laptop
One of our favorite ever ultra-portable laptops was the Asus VivoBook S200, thanks to its classy build, comfortable keyboard and low price. The new VivoBook S400CA is a bigger version that is similar to its predecessor in many respects.
HP Envy X2 - Laptop Tablet with Windows 8
The Intel Atom brand tends to find itself attached to bargain-basement hardware – but HP’s Atom-based Envy x2 is an upmarket convertible. It runs full Windows 8, sports an 11.6in detachable touchscreen, and supports both desktop- and tablet-style apps.
The Asus VivoBook S400 - Goodness Of An Ultrabook Touchscreen
Powered by the 3rd gen Intel Core i7 pro­cessor, the Asus VivoBook S400 has a slight chunk in its armory. Even though for regular gaming and basic multimedia it is great, even for intense hogging apps like Adobe Photoshop and the likes - the only problem is the fact that the U series (3517U in this case) are all powered by dual-core processors.
The Sony Vaio Duo 11 Notebook - As Average As It Gets
As you already know, the Vaio Duo 11, is a convertible notebook, which means it func­tions as a laptop and a tablet, as and when you'd like it. This transformation has been achieved by what Sony calls the, "Smooth Surf Slider Design", a spring loaded sliding hinge mechanism.
Windows 8 MSI Slidebook S20 Ultrabook Review (Part 3)
The good news is its undesired pre-installed softwares are not much. Everything we found on our test system is Evernote, Fresh Paint, Music Maker Jam, PuzzleTouch, CookBook and a free trial version of Norton Internet Security. There's also Skype, but it is not considered as a bloatware, seeing as how Microsoft owns Skype now, and it is a useful application, which is widely used.
Windows 8 MSI Slidebook S20 Ultrabook Review (Part 2)
S20 has 2 speakers, each located on the bottom side, though not in any sort of symmetrical arrangement. Despite the lack of symmetry in that, the soundstage feels balanced - until we tried to find speakers, we were not sure where the sound is coming from. And that's a good thing: no one wants to watch one movie with the feeling that all explosions and sound effects are coming from somewhere on the left.
Windows 8 MSI Slidebook S20 Ultrabook Review (Part 1)
If you have watched our Windows 8 laptop reviews, you know we do not like the slider form-factor that much. It's not like we criticized these computers, but time and again we've found that the propped-up display ruins the typing experience. Please remember that when we started to evaluate Slidebook S20, MSI's senior Windows 8 device priced at $1,200 in the US.
Dell Insporon 14R 5421 Touch - Touchscreen Laptop With Durable Battery (Part 2)
The experiment with different hardware configurations is equipped with low-voltage processor Intel Core i3-3217U (1.8 GHz, 3 MB smart cache, TDP 17 W), integrated graphics HD Graphics 4000, 4 GB RAM DDR3 1600 bus MHz and a 500GB hard drive.
Dell Insporon 14R 5421 Touch - Touchscreen Laptop With Durable Battery (Part 1)
The 5421 Touch’s design remains the same as compared with the 2012 version but with a more slim size, equipped with a touchscreen and Windows 8 operating system brings an exciting experience.
Dell Latitude 10 - Business-Friendly Windows Tablet With Excellent Battery Life (Part 3)
Latitude 10 has the 2MP front camera, 720p for video chatting along with the 8MP rear camera with flash when we take some photos of us in the bright room, our shots seem to be grainy with dark yellow. Regretfully, this is an actuality for most of the tablet webcams but moving to an area with natural light will be useful if you have to make a Skype meeting when necessary.
Dell Latitude 10 - Business-Friendly Windows Tablet With Excellent Battery Life (Part 2)
The 10.1inch screen of Latitude 10 has the resolution of 1,366x768, equal with the tablet based on Atom. More impressively, the pixel in total is the 450-nit brightness indicator; the images truly stand out in this screen. When we watch Netflix, play several games and surf the web, all contents look vibrant, and the colors seem accurate.
Dell Latitude 10 - Business-Friendly Windows Tablet With Excellent Battery Life (Part 1)
We have made an imposing tour on the Windows 8 hybrid computer running the low-capacity Atom processors, and our latest stop is Latitude 10 of Dell. While the same systems, such as Asus VivoTab Smart and Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2, concentrate on the portable design and long battery life, Latitude 10 is similar to that device group with “Smart” and “Pro” in their name.
How To Extend Life For Mac (Part 2)
Following the last articles, we would like to give you reader some small tricks and notes to last the longevity for Mac, making the device have the most enduring quality and performance.
How To Extend Life For Mac (Part 1)
Mac laptops, as well as the PCs, all can be worn and torn over time due to many objective or subjective reasons. Basically, the Mac machines we normally see are made from many components such as the mainboard, the processors, heatsink fan, screen… While the mouse and the keyboard are easy-replaceable parts, the components above can be taken to repair under warranty of to the repair center when broken.
Asus Vivobook S550CM Ultrabook Review
S550CM belongs to Asus’s latest utrabook lineup. It is equipped with large-sized touchscreen, powerful hardware configuration, mid-level graphic card, integral optical drive and Windows 8 OS.
Macbook Pro With 13in Retina Display Review (Part 3)
As usual for Apple’s products, 13in Retina MacBook Pro’s direct rivals come from its own family. We start with the basic model – 13in Retina MacBook whose price is cheaper than that of a similarly equipped product. That’s a considerably economical, bringing you 2/10 of the thickness, 1 pound weight and of course, a less beautiful screen.
Macbook Pro With 13in Retina Display Review (Part 2)
It’s guessable the new 13in Retina Pro model provides a performance close to that of none-Retina 13in model – based on similar interiors. Our model features low specs whose style we think people would choose: Intel Core i5 2.5GHz processor, 8GB of RAM and 128GB SSD.
Macbook Pro With 13in Retina Display Review (Part 1)
If you get used to MacBook Pro 15in with Retina display that Apple sold in June 2012, you might know about his model in advance. With an exception in size, these two models look identical, starting with port configuration. In the left, you will find a new MagSafe 2 connector, two Thunderbolt ports, one USB 3.0 port and headphone jack – like those in 15in model.
Gigabyte U2442 V2 Ultrabook Review (Part 2)
Experiment with hardware configurations built on the Intel HM77 Express motherboard platform, processor standard voltage Intel Core i5-3210M (2.5 GHz, 3 MB smart cache, 35W TPD), discrete graphics card NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M, 8 GB DDR3 1600 MHz bus and a storage systems combines 128 GB SDD and 750 GB HDD.
Gigabyte U2442 V2 Ultrabook Review (Part 1)
Gigabyte U2442 V2 has been assigned to the ultrabook series but its performance is powerful enough to replace traditional laptops, which is good for work and especially meets the mobile entertainment needs.
Acer Aspire V5 Touch - A Big Touchscreen Laptop At A Small Price
The Acer Aspire V5 Touch is a Windows 8 laptop with a 15in touchscreen. All the touchscreen Windows 8 laptops we’ve seen so far have been lightweight ultraportable models designed for use on the go but, at 2.6kg, the hefty V5 Touch is designed for use at home.
Eurocom Scorpius - The Fastest Laptop To Hit PC Labs.
The Eurocom Scorpius lives a dual life. On one hand, it's a dull-looking workstation; on the other, this highly configurable laptop can also be outfitted with a 3D monitor and killer gaming specs. We opted for the latter.
Lenovo Ideapad Z400 - Powerful Specifications For Mobile Entertainment (Part 2)
Tested with different hardware configurations equipped with standard voltage processor from Intel Core i5-3230M (1.8 GHz, 3 MB L3 cache, 35W TPD), discrete graphics NVIDIA GeForce GT 635M graphics with memory (VRAM ) 2GB, 4GB RAM DDR3 1.600MHz bus with hard drive (HDD) 500 GB SATA 3 Gb/sec.
Lenovo Ideapad Z400 - Powerful Specifications For Mobile Entertainment (Part 1)
With Ivy Bridge hardware configuration platform and midrange discrete graphics, the Z400 meets the learning, working and entertaining gaming needs. However, the screen quality is not significantly improved.
Acer's Aspire S7 Ultrabook - As Capable As It Is Captivating
When open, the S7’s elegant anodized aluminum interior, backlit keyboard, and glass touchpad steal the show. As does its IPS screen, which features a precedent-setting 1920x1080 res at least, it’s a first among the Ultrabooks we’ve tested. Images look sharp and vibrant from any angle, although the screen’s glossy surface inevitably picks up the glare of environmental light.
 
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