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.
Notebooks - Reviews
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 Int...
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.
Even if it is a little by the numbers, the AERO 15 does a more than serviceable job of holding its edge.
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.
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.
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.
If you’re looking to buy a laptop this holiday season, we can’t recommend the Dell XPS 13 enough. It’s got a great form-factor, offers solid performance and makes a compelling case for a future that leaves room for both the convertible crowd and lega...
Essentially, this convertible is a Surface device that does the things that you didn’t think could be done on a Surface device.
Even if the Acer Spin 5 does offer a fair bit of value for the price, it’s all but defined by its caveats.
Though Lenovo’s foray into the gaming notebook space hasn’t come without some growing pains, their fresh angle on the market is definitely worth serious consideration.
With a winning combination of a 4K display, mechanized keyboard and solid performance, the Gigatyte Aorus X9 is almost-certainly going to be the gaming laptop you’ll wish you had.
A convertible PC that delivers pretty close to the high-level of performance and form-factor it promises - even if the inferior battery life does hold it back from being a slam dunk.
The combination of brand power, high-end specs and the OLED display in particular make this a really appealing package. At least, at first glance.
Making their name in high-end components, it feels like it was only a matter of time before EVGA made the move towards selling full-blown standalone machines. They clearly know their stuff when it comes to the guts, nuts and bolts of powerful PCs.
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