Laptops

Quick review: Samsung Chromebook 2 (11.6-inch, Intel Celeron)

Quick review: Samsung Chromebook 2 (11.6-inch, Intel Celeron)

Laptops, Quick Reviews
The Pros: The Samsung Chromebook 2 with Intel Celeron offers sturdier build than your normal Chromebook with great performance with over 7 hours of battery life, a responsive touchpad and an agreeable console given the 11.6-inch estimate. Live video support is incorporated fueled by Google Helpouts. The Cons: The display quality isn't very good even for a cheap tablet. Memory is settled at 2GB. Conclusion: Samsung keeps the decent looking plan of its past 11.6-inch Chromebook 2 while making it somewhat more tough and puts live support help only a tick away, making it an worthy refresh to Samsung's Chrome-processing lineup.   The processor is joined by Intel HD graphics, 2GB of memory, 16GB of internal storage and 802.11AC wireless and Bluetooth 4.0, making it all in...
Quick review: Dell XPS 13 2-in-1

Quick review: Dell XPS 13 2-in-1

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The Pros: This new form of the XPS 13 includes a crossover pivot and more slender body. The edge-to-edge, almost sans bezel show makes most extreme utilization of space, and the beginning cost is amazingly sensible. The Cons: Standard USB ports get swapped for USB-C ones, the Intel Y-arrangement processor isn't as quick as those found in more customary tablets and the power button can be precarious to hit. Conclusion : Despite a couple exchange offs in ports and handling power, this slimmer crossover variant of the XPS 13 is an astounding full-time portable PC and low maintenance tablet.   Price as reviewed $1,299 Display size/resolution 13.3 -inch 1,920 x 1,080 touch-display PC CPU 1.3GHz Intel Core i7-7Y75 PC memory 8GB DDR3 SDRAM 1,866MHz
Quick review: Apple MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (15-inch, 2016)

Quick review: Apple MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (15-inch, 2016)

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The Pros: The bigger rendition of Apple's MacBook Pro has a major, intense show, a more slender lighter body, an AMD design chip, and of course and a huge trackpad. The imaginative Touch Bar second-screen comes in handy for custom software and, now, works with applications like Photoshop and Spotify. The Cons: Even the base 15-inch model is horrendously costly. The Touch Bar is a fun add-on, yet not a necessity, and the move to USB-C ports implies carrying a sack full with dongles. Conclusion: With a thin bezel around its 15-inch screen and a more slender, lighter body, the top-end MacBook Pro packs a genuine visual punch. In any case, on the off chance that you miss the conventional HDMI and USB ports, consider the more established 2015 model that Apple still offers.   ...