The design received an 86 out of 100 point rating. performance 80 Price-to-value ratio: 90 features 85 PROS Design that is very stunning. The keyboard and trackpad are excellent. The 2K display is very stunning. Performance from the Core i3 processor is consistent. CONS There is a limited number of ports available.… Continue reading Realme Book Review: Off To A Great Start
DIGIT RATING 87 /100 Design 88 Performance 80 Value for money 90 Features 90 PROS Exceptional Showcase Exceptional construction quality Trackpad and keyboard are of high quality, and the price is reasonable. Speakers who are not up to par Mi Notebook Ultra with Core i7-11370H, 11th Generation (2021) a thorough examination Xiaomi’s foray into the… Continue reading Mi Notebook Ultra 11th Gen Core i7-11370H (2021) Review:
Laptops that are tiny and light are preferred by almost everyone. Because of its ultra-portable form shape, extended battery life, and great performance, such a laptop is attractive and practically perfect for our generation, which is always on the road but wants little to no performance loss. As a tiny and light laptop designed specifically… Continue reading Infinix INBook X1 10th Gen Core i5-1035G1 (2021) Review: Furiously Average
Earlier this year at Computex, Dell unveiled the new XPS 15 with Intel’s 9th generation processors, but more importantly, it offered a 4K OLED display option. The webcam too was now in its proper place but other than this, there’s very little that lets you tell the difference between this year’s XPS 15 and last… Continue reading Dell XPS 15 (7590) Review: Thin, powerful and with much better thermals.
The Dell Latitude 9520 is such a difficult laptop for me to characterise. It is a tiny laptop but not precisely thin and light, it is tailored to give business-class performance but includes a very subpar front-facing camera for online meetings. In this Dell Latitude review, we will take a look at its benefits and… Continue reading Dell Latitude 9520 Review: Serious business
With a plethora of nice laptops to select from, the workplace laptop industry has grown quite competitive. There’s no room for somebody bringing a knife to a gunfight, which means you can’t get away with slipping in a poor machine in this sector. With its new Expertbook B9400 corporate notebook, ASUS has decided to set… Continue reading The ASUS ExpertBook B9 (B9400) Review: Sets a new Standard for Business Laptops.
Last year, ASUS’ bet on committing to AMD Ryzen 4000 series processors even for their most distinctive form factor came off handsomely. Despite the fact that our Zephyrus G14 review was hampered by a unit that got as hot as a toaster, the device was highly welcomed across the world. ASUS is now doubling down… Continue reading ASUS ROG Strix Scar 15 Review: The Best of Ryzen and Nvidia Combined
The introduction of Intel’s new H45 CPUs triggered a fresh wave of enthusiasm among laptop fans. I’d been waiting for the new crop of laptops with these CPUs to appear on the Indian market since the announcement, and MSI was the first to pull the trigger, making it happen before the other manufacturers. The MSI… Continue reading MSI Pulse GL66 gaming laptop with 11th Gen Core i7
If there’s one thing Xiaomi is good at, it’s upsetting the status quo in any market it enters. They achieved it with smartphones in a variety of price and performance categories, and now they’re finally approaching the laptop market. The Mi NoteBook 14 sits at the crossroads of the mainstream and thin-and-light laptop sectors, combining… Continue reading Mi NoteBook 14 Horizon Edition Review: Upsetting the Status Quo
Lenovo’s revised naming strategy perplexed us all when it unveiled its 40-series laptops late last year. The Yoga sub-brand, which once stood for convertible touchscreen computing, now stands for luxury computing. One such example is the Yoga S940. The IdeaPad brand, which had previously stood for mid-range mainstream computing, now includes convertible devices such as… Continue reading Lenovo Yoga C640 Review: