Lenovo’s 2-in-1 convertible notebook series has just been refreshed with a couple of new models. The Lenovo Flex 4 80VD0007US model I’ll review today is a sturdy, mid-range touch enabled convertible laptop that comes with good hardware and plenty of features for a sub $750 laptop (as of 11/1/2016).
The new line of convertible laptops from Acer, called the Spin 5, offer a competitive range of hardware components, features and build quality. I’ll have a look at the series’ flagship device, the Acer Spin 5 SP513-51-55ZR.
The latest generation of ZenBook ultrabooks is a triumph of design and user-centric experience. This flagship device is the Taiwanese manufacturer’s latest proof of market domination. It looks better than most premium notebooks you can buy today and is, above all, a style statement. Today I’ve picked the ASUS ZenBook 3 UX390UA-DH51-GR model to review.
The Acer Aspire E5-575G-75MD is a mid-range notebook designed for everyday users. It’s not as stylish as other devices, but it gets the job done at a much lower price than most of the competition, therefore offering increased value over time.
HP has recently began upgrading the ENVY series to better align the technology up to modern standards. The all-new HP ENVY 13-ab016nr notebook is a finely crafted device and a healthy competitor to Dell’s XPS, ASUS’ ZenBook and Acer’s Swift series.