The Acer Aspire E Series are laptops designed with the user in mind, providing a great set of features for the advertised price, emphasizing on processing power and functionality over design or portability, making them ideal notebooks for home and office use as a desktop replacement. The more expensive models are even more versatile, with specs coming close to those of gaming laptops or more expensive ultrabooks at a fraction of the price.
The ASUS F554LA-WS71 is mid-range notebook most suited for users needing the laptop at home as a desktop replacement device since it’s packed with backward compatible technology and decent enough hardware to actually replace a stationary PC for most everyday activities.
The Lenovo S41 is an affordable ultrabook solution that embodies uncompromising features in a thin and lightweight body, perfect for those who want more from their everyday laptop. It’s a bit of a crossover between the more established, sleek and glossy ultrabooks and the down to earth notebooks which can be used in a home environment. Thus, the unassuming Lenovo S41 Series will serve as a good mobile office station for most users.
As the start of the academic year inches ever so close, every student needs a good, reliable laptop on which to work and play. In this article we will explore the more premium laptops currently on offer that we think are the most suitable for university students.
The process of selecting the best college laptops of 2015 involved criteria like value for money, battery life, portability and more. You can find a detailed list towards the end of the article, where we also explain how a college laptop should be chosen and what common mistakes and misjudgements should be avoided.
The HP ENVY 15-v010nr is a mid-range notebook with decent performance ratings that doesn’t truly shine in any area, but as a whole is a great device. Despite the numbers, the HP feels lighter than it actually is and on the surface of things gives a higher quality vibe thanks to its decent building materials.