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13inch Acer Aspire S7 - Excellent Ultrabook But Poor Battery Life (Part 2)
Simply speaking, the S7’s IPS 1080p screen is one of the cutest laptop screens we've seen in a long time, with the type of display that can put the other laptops to shame. You may think that 1,366x768 is enough for a 13-inch screen and you're right but once you use the S7, it's hard to go back to any others.
13inch Acer Aspire S7 - Excellent Ultrabook But Poor Battery Life (Part 1)
When Acer first unveiled the Aspire S7 Series, there were two things that seemed worth noticing: first, they were the company’s first touchscreen Ultrabooks, and they were best-manufactured Ultrabooks. While the previous S3 and S5 looked somewhat tedious, the S7 is made of aluminum, with glass lid made by Gorilla Glass or metal, depending on whether you choose the 11-inch or 13-inch model.
The new Acer C7 Chromebook – For Everyone
Improbably, after an inauspicious start, Google’s Chrome OS is slowly but surely gathering momentum. The Acer C7 is the second Chromebook we’ve seen in as many months, and as with last month’s offering from Samsung, it’s an affordable, likeable product.
Asus Q200 – Cheap Touchscreen Notebook (Part 2)
The speaker of the laptop is designed above the keyboard and integrated with SonicMaster audio tech, so it helps to improve the audio quality significantly. When listening to music, the sound is clear and sharp with better quality than of the laptops on the same segment.
Asus Q200 – Cheap Touchscreen Notebook (Part 1)
Windows 8 touch on laptop is a fresh new experience that is worth to give a shot. However, to have a touch-screen laptop running Windows 8, users normally have to spend at least 600 USD or more. Despite that, Asus Q200 is an exception.
Samsung Ativ Smart PC Review (Part 4)
There are many things that you can do with a tablet’s camera, especially when the stock camera application of Windows 8 is so light in terms of scene mode and optional settings. However, the 8MP camera (which is able to record 1080p videos) captures some very beautiful photos, with the more-less balanced colors.
Gigabyte X11 - Slim, Strong But Not Error-Free (Part 2)
There is no surprise that Gigabyte, with its history of creating PC devices, knows how to connect them into a neat and fast little package. If we have to choose a word to describe the daily performance of this X11, it would be “speedy”. It takes 17 second to cool-boot, and most of the programs run immediately as soon as you clicked them.
Gigabyte X11 - Slim, Strong But Not Error-Free (Part 1)
Gigabyte seemed to be very confident in introducing the 11.6inch Ultrabook X11. Appearing shortly before the launch of Windows 8, it straddles two OS life cycles, with a feature set which is more loyal to Windows 7 than to a touch-centric future.
2013-Version Dell XPS 13 - Good Performance But Expensive Price (Part 2)
Checking the overall performance of the device by PCMark 7, Dell XPS 13 equipped with Intel Core i7-3517U microprocessor 1.9-GHz speed, 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD scores 4,780 points, higher than the average level (3,436) compared with super-portable laptops, about 200-point lower than Acer Aspire S7-391 (4,948) and Asus UX31A (4,989).
2013-Version Dell XPS 13 - Good Performance But Expensive Price (Part 1)
XPS 13 was released by Dell in order to perform some upgrades compared to the predecessor released a year before. Comparing to 2012-version XPS 13, the device is upgraded to a screen displaying 1,080p resolution and Intel Ivy Bridge processor.
Asus VivoBook S400CA Ultrabook Review
S400CA design has a lot of similarities with the same-family VivoBook models, which are X202, S500 and S550 with capacitive touch screen, simple design along with aluminum-alloy material that brings better anti-scratching and heat dissipation capability.
Asus Zenbook Prime UX51Vz – An Attractive And Sophisticated Ultrabook (Part 2)
As being advertised by Asus, UX51Vz is a multimedia laptop with GT650M chip from Nvidia and a 2 GB dedicated memory along with the integrated Intel HD Graphics 4000. In the synthetic graphics test of 3DMark06 and 3DMark11, it left other systems with integrated graphics far behind and also worked well when we played some games through Steam.
Asus Zenbook Prime UX51Vz – An Attractive And Sophisticated Ultrabook (Part 1)
Windows 8 has created a new era of category-defying devices, with the hybrid computers that are flooding the market. When almost all of our tested Windows 8 products own professional capabilities, it is easy to forget the normal laptop which also operates the new Microsoft operating system.
Sony Vaio Duo 11 - A New Hybrid Touchscreen Tablet And Ultrabook Convertible (Part 2)
The Duo 11 does not go far away from the rest of the specs we've seen in a lot of Windows 8 convertibles and the Ultrabooks. It has a Core i5-3317U CPU running at 1.7GHz, 6GB RAM, 128GB SSD and integrated Intel HD 4000 graphics. It is unsurprising; the systems with the same configurations provide the similar benchmark scores.
Sony Vaio Duo 11 - A New Hybrid Touchscreen Tablet And Ultrabook Convertible (Part 1)
The Sony Vaio Duo 11 was one of the Windows 8 convertibles unveiled at IFA, and it stood out from the crowd of devices with its slider form factor (slider). And it was equipped to compete with the other versions of the 2-in-1 concept, with a choice of the Core i5 or i7 processor, 1080p touchscreen covered by the Gorilla Glass, a sturdy aluminum-alloy design and the multiple ports.
Slim, Light And Mighty Ultrabooks Supertest (Part 3) : Lenovo IdeaPad U300s, HP Envy 14 Spectre, Lenovo U300s
At just 15mm, the U300s is the thinnest Ultrabook so far and it doesn't resort to design cheats to get there. The IdeaPad shuns the tapering edges that Apple made popular, and makes no attempt to hide the real measurements of its base.
Slim, Light And Mighty Ultrabooks Supertest (Part 2) : Dell XPS 13, Samsung Series 5 NP530U3B
The Series 5 is an Ultrabook for the masses: light, reasonably specced and cheaper by far than any of the others in this test. Of course, you don't get something for nothing in this world and the Samsung also cuts a few corners in the name of affordability.
Slim, Light And Mighty Ultrabooks Supertest (Part 1) : Toshiba Portege Z830
If all you want from an Ultrabook is a barely-there weight, look no further than the Z830. This 13-incher weighs just 40g more than an 11in MacBook Air, and is lighter than any other machine on these pages by at least a quarter-pounder with cheese.
Panasonic Toughbook CF-19 - Two Shall Never Meet
Thin, sleek, light and sexy. These were the ingredients chosen to create the perfect looking notebook. But with Panasonic, it crushed all those expectations ala brute force.
On The Origin Of PCs
There's nothing Asus loves more than sticking a screen, keyboard or a whole tablet where gadget laws say it shouldn't go. Take the Talchi: a light-ish Ultrabook with Intel brains, a full-size keyboard and trackpad and a 11.61n 1920x800 screen.
Samsung Series 5 Ultra NP 540U3C-A01 IN – A Budget Windows 8 Ultrabook
The Samsung Series 5 540U3C might be a budget Windows 8 ultrabook, but it doesn't feel like one! Sturdy, yet stylish, flipping the well finished silver lid exposes a similar colored metal wrist rest. The 540U3C also claims to be one of the most elegantly designed ultrabooks.
Dell Latitude 6430u - Got A Look Right
The looks of a business class notebook are highly important. It needs to be designed enough to tell people that the person carrying it exudes business. It also must offer enough contemporary aesthetics to portray an image of being in touch with the modern world. This is an image that the 6430u carries quite well.
Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 - One Of The First Convertible Windows 8 Tablet/Laptops
This is one of those things that are worth waiting for. Six months of waiting and being teased by Lenovo about its next generation of convertible notebooks. No amount of swearing and inappropriate language could possibly express how satisfied I am to finally have this to mess around with.
HP Pavilion G4 - Four Times The Gs
So among all the hype with Intel, Ultrabooks, Windows 8 powered tablet-PC hybrids and the like, one would think that Intel’s moment has arrived. Not so if AMD has anything to say about it as it recently announced its A10 high performance mobile CPU.
Sony Vaio T11 Hands On - Now You’re Talking About ‘Ultranets’
The Sony Vaio T11 isn't a very large laptop in terms of size, but pick it up and it feels like someone took the door off an Alto and forced you to surf the internet on it. Okay, we might be exaggerating a little bit, but it's still heavier than your average netbook despite being small.
HP Elitebook Folio 9470 Business Ultrabook Review (Part 3)
Like other business PCs, the Folio comes with a 3-year warranty, as opposed to a one-year warranty for most consumer systems. It includes home delivery service or carry-in service, along with free 24/7 telephone support. Companies can also arrange for on-site fixing, but that would mean upgrading the warranty, because this utility is not included in the standard package.
HP Elitebook Folio 9470 Business Ultrabook Review (Part 2)
In this way or that way, there seems to be no excuse for a bad keyboard on a computer aimed for business users – actually, there is no excuse for anything that makes it more difficult for you to complete your work. Fortunately, the Folio offers a comfortable keyboard – probably it is more comfortable than you would expect provided that this is a thin computer.
HP Elitebook Folio 9470 Business Ultrabook Review (Part 1)
It's strange to think that at this time last year we were only evaluating a few Ultrabooks. Actually, they were so few that we could count them with the fingers: Acer, Asus, Lenovo and Toshiba. It would count 5 with HP, along with its Folio 13, an ultraportable aimed at the business market, but in the end it became our outstanding comprehensive choice thanks to its excellent battery life, comfortable keyboard, and multiple ports.
Dell Latitude 6430u Review – A Super-Durable Ultrabook (Part 2)
Dell’s Ultrabook model uses a 14-inch screen with anti-glare technology to help users use it effectively even outdoors. A quick testing showed that colors will still be displayed well although they are not as brilliant as on LCDs. The viewing angle is just at an average level. When viewed diagonally, images quickly become darkened and if the angle is too wide, their colors will even be displayed inaccurately.
Dell Latitude 6430u Review – A Super-Durable Ultrabook (Part 1)
With the Latitude6430u, Dell has breathed a breeze of fresh air into the business latop series which are durable and sturdy but certainly bulky and heavy. Fully meeting all the requirements of the definition of Ultrabooks, Dell’s product is impressive with its slim and compact body yet being capable of maintaining the traditional characteristics.
Lenovo Yoga – Bending Over Backwards
Chinese PC powerhouse Lenovo’s Yoga is not your usual ultrabook. It bends and flips backwards, folding back on itself in order to be used as a tablet. Interesting you might say, but what is the practical value? For us, it was in getting rid of the ungainly keyboard while watching movies or surfing, since you can flip the Yoga into its Tent or Stand mode to have the screen close by.
Samsung Series 5 Ultra – Windows 8 Touches Ground
With the launch of windows 8 a few of months ago, it was only a matter of time before our anticipation of seeing Samsung’s Windows 8-laden offerings would come to fruition. Thus it came as little surprise when Samsung’s Series 5 Ultra ultrabook landed on our desk for review.
Acer Aspire V5 Touch – Best Of All Worlds
Acer’s new Windows 8 offering, the Aspire V5 Touch series, has more than a little going for it, particularly for users who are seeking thin and light notebooks that enable them to enjoy both entertainment and content creation anytime, anywhere.
Asus Taichi - The Incredible Fusion Of Notebook And Tablet
The Asus Taichi is a drop-dead gorgeous piece of tech that wouldn’t look out of place in a billionaire’s boardroom. The chassis tapers to a razor-thin 3mm at its slimmest point, and weighs only 1.3kg.
Dell XPS 12 Convertible Ultrabook - Is Its Stunning Two-In-One Design?
The Dell XPS 12’s party trick is its 12.5-inch screen, which swivels on a hinge within the bezel so that it can be folder back on itself and used as a tablet. You can use your fingertips to flick through Windows in both laptop and tablet modes.
Chromebook Pixel - Google’s Unreal Wonder (Part 3)
At least Google made scrolling become so easy. As mentioned above, the trackpad is quite good and very fast. Multiple finger gestures were very fast, to the point that you will not have to reach to the touchscreen. But you should do so because the overall experience is equally good, although you will rarely do anything besides scrolling webpages or documents.
Chromebook Pixel - Google’s Unreal Wonder (Part 2)
The embossed keyboard continues to get hotter and Google is mainly no exception with its latest Chromebook. The main keys are embossed in a slightly concave area, and they have comfortable size and distance between each other. Each key has a great feel and resistance. Typing on this computer is very interesting.
Chromebook Pixel - Google’s Unreal Wonder (Part 1)
The first impressions on us were a laptop with an incredibly light weight. Apple's MacBook Pro series, with its aluminum layer carved correctly, has long been the benchmark that other laptops must be compared when it comes to a rugged feel. In the first attempt, Google succeeded in comparing that innate sense of integrity with the Pixel and even outdid it in some respects.
Acer Aspire S7 Ultrabook - Acer's Best Foot Foward
This is one stylish notebook. The 13.3-inch Acer Aspire S7 conforms to the high standards that make it an Intel Ultrabook, and weighs in at a mere 1.3kg. Although it’s certainly an expensive machine, you’re getting a lot for your money. A great deal of the cost is to do with that excellent touchscreen.
Asus VivoTab Smart - Hybrid Laptop With Atom Chip (Part 2)
Asus VivoTab Smart is equipped with an Intel Atom Z2760 dual-core processor at the speed of 1.8GHz and 2GB RAM, 64GB of internal memory with Intel's integrated graphics chip.
 
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