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Lenovo IdeaPad 320S review

OUR VERDICT A package of budget components packed in a decidedly non-budget shell – but the whole can’t quite cut it. FOR Great looking chassis

Intel Core i5-8250U vs Core i7-8550U – Core i5 vs i7 – a never-ending dispute

By far the only chips released under Intel’s 8th gen branding are the Kaby Lake Refresh ULV processors. As the name suggests, they are based

Intel Core i5-8250U vs Core i5-7300HQ – 8th gen ULV vs 7th gen HQ

Although the Intel Core i5-8250U is barely available on the market, it seems to strike quite a lot of attention and performance seems quite promising.

Intel Core i5-8250U vs Core i5-7200U – two generations collide

Intel’s 8th generation is live and it is currently represented on the market by a few models equipped with the Kaby Lake Refresh chips. One

Lenovo IdeaPad 520S Review

Pros Attractive design Partially metal exterior Good overall performance Good value Cons Battery life lower than expected Screen brightness a bit low Key Features Review

Razer Blade Stealth (13-inch) Review

The Pros Svelte, lightweight design; Great performance; Fast SSD; Bright, vivid quad-HD display; Beautiful, customizable keyboard The Cons Below-average battery life; Finicky touchpad Verdict The

Apple MacBook Air (2017) review

The Good: The MacBook Air remains the least expensive MacBook, and has finally received a minor spec upgrade. Battery life is excellent, and performance for

Laptops for back-to-school students: best budget to top-tier models

Later this month, thousands of students will return to college, and thousands more will be heading out for their first semester. Just as necessary as

Lenovo Flex 5 (15-Inch) Review

Pros / Bright, colorful display; Speedy SSD; Comfortable keyboard; Relatively affordable Cons / Below-average battery life; Heats up down below Verdict / The Lenovo Flex

Lenovo IdeaPad 720S Review

Pros / Relatively affordable; Bright, colorful display; Comfortable keyboard; Sweet audio Cons / Average battery life Verdict / The IdeaPad 720S is 14-inch notebook that

ASUS ZenBook UX410UQ review – ZenBook’s speciality – power, portability, reasonable pricing

Pros Premium and solid build Light and portable (14-inch notebook in a typical 13-inch form factor with thin bezels and profile) Decent keyboard, good touchpad

Lenovo Legion Y920 Review

Pros Slick, attractive design; Great overall and graphics performance; Comfortable, customizable keyboard; Runs cool when gaming; Lovely G-Sync panel Cons Heavy; Below-average battery life Verdict

Best Cheap Laptops (Under $200) Ranked Best to Worst

If you’re on a tight budget, shopping for a system for your kids or looking for a secondary PC, you can find a solution with

Samsung Chromebook 3 Review

The Pros Bright, accurate screen; Superb battery life; Strong performance; Fun webcam The Cons Muddy speakers; Awkward button layout; Bottom runs warm Verdict The $179

HP Stream 11 (2017) Review

The Pros Excellent speaker; Solid performance; Attractive design The Cons Washed-out screen; Warm temps; Sharp front lip Verdict Petite yet powerful, the HP Stream 11

Lenovo IdeaPad 100S-14 Review

The Pros Classy design; Best 14-inch display; Quality keyboard The Cons Quiet speakers; Short battery life; Body flexes Verdict For under $200, the Lenovo IdeaPad

Lenovo IdeaPad 710S Plus Review

Pros  : Thin, lightweight; Bright, vibrant display; Comfortable keyboard; Strong audio; Speedy SSD; Runs cool Cons : Below-average battery life; Undersized right-shift key; A bit pricey

Lenovo Flexing Its Muscles with New Legion, IdeaPads, Flex 5

It’s springtime and a whole new crop of consumer laptops is blooming at Lenovo. Today, the company announced several additions to its mainstream IdeaPad family,

Dell Inspiron 11 3000 (2017) Review

Pros / Fantastic battery life; Amazingly low price; Solid audio Cons / Dim display Verdict / The Dell Inspiron 11 3000 offers all-day battery life

Lenovo Ideapad V510 review – so many features, the price can’t handle it

Pros Decent build Fingerprint reader Excellent value IPS display Supports M.2 SATA SSDs Cons Slightly below average battery runtime Limited availability worldwide The screen uses

Teclast X5 Pro review

OUR VERDICT The X5 Pro is, on paper, a fantastic product pitched at a hard-to-believe price. However, a great device is more than the sum

Acer Swift 3 review

PROS Stylish, all-metal design Decent IPS display Good overall performance Over seven hours’ battery life Fantastic value CONS Display quality not good enough for professionals

Dell Vostro 15 3568 review – cheap Intel Core (Kaby Lake)-powered notebook with some trade-offs

Pros Considerably low price for a Core i5-7200U-powered laptop The touchpad seems nice Oustanding battery life The display is brighter than we expected (235 cd/m2)

Lenovo Legion Y520 (GTX 1050 Ti) review – the Y-series are finally on the right track

Pros Impeccable build quality and refreshing aesthetics Lighter than its predecessor Excellent keyboard and touchpad experience Despite its drawbacks, the IPS screen provides good image

AMD Radeon R7 M445 vs GeForce 940M, 940MX, 950M and 960M – benchmarks and gaming comparison

Most budget notebooks don’t come with a discrete graphics card, they mostly rely on the integrated one. However, in some cases, we see a budget

Acer Swift 5 review

PROS Slim and light design Good overall performance Decent screen CONS Lots of bloatware pre-installed Not as stylish as the best KEY FEATURES Intel Core

Hands on: Lenovo Legion Y720 review

OUR EARLY VERDICT Sporting sharp looks and a unique focus on virtual reality experiences, the Lenovo Legion Y720 is a very alluring mid-range gaming laptop.

Lenovo Ideapad 110S Review

Pros Keyboard is responsive Touchpad supports gestures Speedier than the competition Includes one-year Office 365 subscription Cons Shorter-than-average battery life Horrible webcam No 802.11ac Wi-Fi

Kangaroo Notebook Review

The Pros Passable display, decent performance; Little bloatware The Cons Feels cheap; Horrible keyboard and touchpad; Muffled sound; Runs hot; Less battery life than the

Which Laptop CPU is Right for You?

A computer’s processor is its brain, the component where most of the “thinking” happens. A faster CPU (central processing unit) lets you crunch spreadsheets, surf