Trackpad aside, the new Razer Blade Pro doesn’t exactly to solve any of the underlying or enduring drawbacks to the gaming laptop experience, but that’s not to say it can't find a way to thrive within those limitations.
Launched late last year, Dell's new Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1 promises to tie together the same winning formula of longer battery life and quieter performance with an 13.3-inch FHD IPS touch display, active pen support and the considerable grunt of Intel’s new 8th Generation Core processors.
With its predecessor acting as a trailblazer and herald for establishing what slimmed-down Max-Q gaming laptops could offer, it feels almost inevitable that the Zephyrus M comes across a little more iterative by comparison.
To celebrate the consumer launch of the Surface Pro with 4G, Microsoft partnered with local DJ and music producer, Basenji, for a live music performance in a hot air balloon.
We got access to an early production sample of ASUS' new ROG Zephyrus M gaming laptop. Here’s are our first impressions.
Even if it is a little by the numbers, the AERO 15 does a more than serviceable job of holding its edge.
HP has unveiled a range of new devices, displays and accessories designed for the modern workforce, including the rollout of several award-winning premium features to the best-selling HP EliteBook 800 series and HP ZBook 14u/15u Mobile Workstations.
With an Intel Core i7 processor, Nvidia GTX 10-Series graphics card and 120Hz display to its name, the FX503 comes well-equipped but in a weird position.
With everyone else showing off their next-generation smartphone tech, Huawei opted to use this year's Mobile World Congress as a staging ground for their ambitions in the tablet and notebook space.
It won’t quite cut it as a gaming laptop but a new Ryzen Mobile CPU does serve to address some of the underlying weaknesses of the Envy x360 and serve to propel its existing strengths to new heights.
Here’s what Huawei brought to this year’s Mobile World Congress.
When you think lean, powerful and portable PCs - Legacy brands like Acer, HP and Dell drift into focus far quicker Fujitsu does. It’s against that tendency that the company’s new U937 Lifebook aims to dismantle. Or, at least, push back against.
A potential overheating hazard has prompted Lenovo to recall its ThinkPad X1 Carbon notebooks made from December 2016 to October 2017.
Our time at the ASUS booth at CES 2018 focused mostly on the products that are likely to come to the Australian market. However, there was a lot of other, more radical items we were able to see for ourselves.
ASUS' presence at this year's CES was located at a venue away from the maelstrom of the show floor but the wealthy range of new product being shown here made it a destination worth finding the time to visit.
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