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Asus ROG Zephyrus S GX531 hand-on review: The world’s thinnest gaming laptop… for now

There’s an ongoing battle in the gaming laptop space to create the thinnest, most impressive and aesthetically pleasing devices. A series of ultrabook-styled laptops have appeared

Here are 5 cool features of the Lenovo Yoga 730

The best thing about convertible laptops is the fact that they merge the best of two worlds. You get the productivity offered by a traditional

Notebooks are about to get interesting again

There’s an ebb and flow to every segment in tech, and it looks like notebooks and 2-in-1s are about to get very interesting again. Just

Chromebooks versus Windows laptops: Which should you buy?

In the fight between a Google Chrome OS-powered Chromebook and a Microsoft Windows PC, it boils down to cost versus convenience. Should I buy a

MacBook 2018: What you need to know before you buy your next Apple laptop

Apple’s MacBook range of laptops come with high price tags, fetching metal unibodies and high-resolution Retina displays. But what’s the difference between a Pro, an

Acer Swift 7 (2018) Review

Pros  Thinnest laptop around  Powerful display  Surprisingly strong usability  4G SIM support Cons  Limited connectivity  Restrictive performance  Not quite as ‘compact’ as rivals Key Features

Nvidia Turing GTX 2080: Nvidia announces pro GPUs, gives gaming hints

Nvidia Turing: All you need to know about the GTX 2080 Nvidia has announced its first Turing GPUs at the Siggraph 2018 conference, the Quadro

ASUS ZenBook Pro 15 UX580GE Review

Back in Computex 2018, ASUS made waves with a couple of very unique laptops. The all-new ASUS ZenBook Pro 14 and 15 models introduced a quirky, but

MSI’s Core i9 mobile workstation proves power needn’t be ugly

MSI brought a number of new products to Siggraph this year, but unquestionably the star of its lineup is the WS65 mobile workstation. If you’ve

9th gen Intel Core processors leak: everything you need to know

Just because Intel has yet again delayed its 10 nm silicon to 2020, if all goes well, that doesn’t mean fans of the processors won’t

Lenovo’s ThinkPad P1 puts a Core i9 or Xeon in a thin-and-light laptop

You heard right: Core i9 or Xeon plus Nvidia Quadro, and it’s just 0.7 inch thin and 3.76 pounds. Lenovo’s ThinkPad P1 is a workstation

12 notebooks for every budget – Best Laptop 2018

We’ve tested a wide selection of laptops, Chromebooks, convertibles and MacBooks. Below are our picks of the best laptops currently available.  If you’re after a beautiful,

Microsoft Surface Book 2 First Impressions: There isn’t another like this

Microsoft just announced that the Surface Book 2 was going to finally be available in India. I remember watching the announcement of this hybrid laptop

List of all 8th Gen GeForce GTX 1070 laptops

We can imagine that choosing the best in a sea of great gaming laptops is not an easy task. Therefore, we have created this list containing everything

Lenovo Flex 6 14-inch review: A budget 8th-gen 2-in-1 that falls short in the graphics department

It’s got a discrete GPU, but the graphics don’t deliver. The Lenovo Flex 6 14″ boasts peppy productivity performance, a discrete GPU and solid battery

Smartron t.book Flex Core i5 Review

Our Verdict The Smartron tbook flex has great built quality and just enough processing power to get you through basic work duties like using MS

Intel SSD 660p review: Quad Level Cell (QLC/4-bit) NAND makes its debut

Good performance for a startlingly low price make this drive a game-changer for bargain users. But it’s a dud when it runs out of cache.

Asus VivoBook S15 S530 review (S530UA – i7-8750U, UHD 620) – compact 15-inch laptop on a budget

THE GOOD slim, compact and fairly light looks nice and is available in multiple color schemes matte IPS screen decent backlit keyboard and trackpad performs

List of all GeForce GTX 1070 Max-Q laptops

Recently we shared with you an article on all 8th Gen GeForce GTX 1060 laptops out there. Now we feel that we must try to help you further with

8 reasons Motorola’s 5G Moto Mod debut actually matters — to you

The previous day, the focal point was once in large part on Apple because it formally become the arena’s best trillion-dollar public corporate, however historical

The best Wear smartwatches: LG, Fossil, Huawei, Polar and more

Our faves from an ever growing group of Google-powered watches Android Wear has been going by the name Wear OS for a while now, and

ASUS ROG Strix GL504 Scar II: The FPS Gamers’ Dream?

Announced back in June during COMPUTEX, the ROG Strix Scar II is the newest model in the company’s FPS-centric gaming notebook lineup. While already has

Surface Go review: The ideal cheap Windows tablet… almost

The Surface Go is Microsoft’s smallest and cheapest tablet yet, with specs that would make hardware nerds laugh. But in many ways, it brings Microsoft

ASUS TUF B450M-PLUS GAMING Review

Our Verdict The ASUS TUF B450M is what most of the folks eager to build an AMD system have been waiting for. These B450 boards

AMD brings overclocking to the masses with its Ryzen B450 chipset

The newest mainstream Ryzen chipset offers features Intel doesn’t. It’s not much of a secret anymore but AMD, on Tuesday, officially unwrapped its B450 chipset.

Laptop buyer’s guide: What to get when everything’s on sale

Everything you need to know to find the good deals among the mediocre ones. Laptop deals don’t just rain from the sky for the holidays.

7 Reasons to Wait for the iPhone 11 & 5 Reasons Not To

The iPhone 11 release date is still several weeks away, but some of you might want to think about skipping the iPhone X, the iPhone 8, or

4 Reasons to Wait for the 2018 iMac, 3 Reasons Not To

Should you buy the iMac for back to school or at home, or should you wait for the 2018 iMac updates before you buy? The iMac is

A closer look at Dell’s G3 series of slim and sleek gaming laptops

Buying a gaming laptop is a lot harder than one might think. Not only are you looking for a device that is powerful enough to

GPD Pocket 2 makes another case for mini laptops

The ill-fated netbooks were probably too ahead of their time. From ultraportables to the MacBook Air to Chromebooks, we can still see parts of the