Articles about Laptop Reviews (page 2)

Lenovo X1 Yoga Review (2018, Gen3)Editor's Pick
In its 3rd generation, the Lenovo X1 Yoga has been announced at CES 2018, and we had an early peek at it, including in the video below. We had a unit in the office for some time now, and it’s Review time! As usual, the X1 Yoga is aimed at a business-oriented user base that wants a care-free, robust 2-in-1 convertible laptop that is dependable under heavy travel or “in […]

Razer Project Linda Laptop Body for Smartphone Review: Hands On
Once again, Razer is coming to CES with a unique and impressive laptop prototype, a.ka. Project Linda, a laptop body made specifically for its very own smartphone, the Razer phone, launched 2 months ago. Last year, the Taiwanese brand made a splash at CES with Project Valerie, a retractable tri-monitor laptop, a prototype that was stolen and spotted later on a online store in China.Project Linda is a 13.3-inch laptop […]

HP Envy x2 Snapdragon Review: Hands-On
HP was one of the OEM partners that has presented a new Snapdragon-powered laptop at the Qualcomm Snapdragon Summit in Maui, Hawaii. The HP Envy x2 is an extremely thin 12.3-inch laptop built with a detachable tablet chassis. It is essentially a thin table which attaches to a Surface Pro like keyboard/stand with strong magnets. HP Boasts about ~20 hours of video playback, and weeks of standby power.

ASUS NovaGo Snapdragon Laptop Review: Hands-On
At the Qualcomm Snapdragon Summit, ASUS has introduced its first Snapdragon-powered laptop, the ASUS NovaGo (model TP370). It is an always-connected laptop which has built-in Gigabit-class 4G LTE and comes with either 4GB or 8GB of RAM to cater to more demanding users.The NovaGo is designed to achieve superior battery life by using an extremely low power Snapdragon 835 chip, with its integrated Qualcomm X16 4G LTE modem. At the […]

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Lenovo Yoga 920 ReviewEditor's Pick
The Lenovo Yoga 920 succeeds the Yoga 910, a rather impressive laptop that we rated at 9/10 when we reviewed it in April of this year. This new laptop comes with Intel’s latest 8th Generation processor of course, as Lenovo made the series evolve to the latest technologies, but the company also solved nearly all the friction points we pointed out in the 910. Let’s take a closer look at […]

ThinkPad X1 Carbon Review (2017)Editor's Pick
ThinkPad has been around for 25 years, and the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is one of the crown-jewels of the ThinkPad family. In 2017, we are looking at the 5th generation of X1 Carbon laptop, which is positioned to compete in the high-end spectrum of the ultra-portable business laptop.Lenovo’s pitch sounds tempting: the X1 is designed to be extremely compact and light, not sacrifice computing performance, have excellent connectivity (ports) […]

HP Spectre X360 15 Review (2017)
Building on the design of the 2016 HP Spectre X360 15 laptop, HP has pushed this model further with the addition of the latest Intel processors, a discrete graphics chip, a larger battery capacity and many more features. At the same time, this computer retains and improves upon the excellent industrial design that made its predecessor popular. Add to this a relatively aggressive pricing, and you have a 15.6” laptop […]

Samsung Chromebook Pro Review
Launched at CES 2017 during the Samsung press conference, the Samsung Chromebook Pro is a 12.3” thin & light laptop that introduces two “firsts” to the Chrome OS world: the ability to run Android Apps acquired via the Google Play store, and handwriting support with a digitizer. These features are powered by an Intel processor and packed into an all-metal chassis. The Samsung Chromebook Pro is the first of a […]

Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Review
Samsung was the first major brand to announce a 12-inch HiDPI ultralight notebook running with Windows 10 and an Intel core m3 processor. The announcement sent shock-waves through the PC OEMs who were impressed behind closed doors. At 1.53 lbs (694g), the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S is impressively light and portable, especially when the lightest clamshell PCs often start at 11” and 2.3+ Lbs.An extreme design like this will, of […]

Huawei MateBook Review
Huawei’s entry in the notebook market has been a surprise for many PC industry actors, and the ultralight form-factor chosen by Huawei made a very good impression when it was presented for the first time. It even took some wind out of Samsung which previously impressed with its own ultralight named TabPro S.We’ve spend time with the Huawei Matebook and this review will go over the design, strong and weak […]

Lenovo X1 Yoga Review (2016)
 Introduced a while ago, the ThinkPad X1 Yoga has shipped for some time. We have waited to have both the LCD and OLED options before publishing this review. In our initial coverage of the X1 Yoga, it was evident that the only 14-inch OLED laptop display should be given a chance of proving itself in the real world. The X1 Yoga is Lenovo’s latest thin & light business laptop that continues a successful series built to […]

HP Spectre X360 15 Review (2016)
Pitched by HP as a (literally) flexible computer with an “exquisite craftsmanship”, we were curious to see how the HP X360 15.6” felt like in the real world and if it could live up to the legend. We took it for a spin at Mobile world Congress – there’s nothing like a real world situation such as a trade show coverage to see what a laptop is made of. In […]

Dell XPS 13 Review (9350)
The Dell XPS 13 has been much talked about for its extraordinary compact size, for a 13-inch laptop, and the overall quality of its design and construction. It is a particularly good fit for business users, but consumers can also benefit from what it has to offer. In this review, we are testing the XPS 13 model 9350 which comes with the latest improvement from Intel, including a processor upgrade, and […]

Samsung Chromebook 2 Review
The Chromebook fits between an iPad or Android tablet and a full-fledged laptop computer. While not quite as portable as a tablet, since it certainly can’t be used one handed, or with a table or at least a lap to rest it on, it does offer the potential for more functionality since it has a built in keyboard. One can argue, of course, that it’s easy enough to use a […]