The Dell Inspiron i7359-6793SLV was released at the beginning of the year as a premium oriented alternative to the standard 2-in-1 notebooks on the market. And while I do appreciate Dell’s willingness to out of their way to outfit this device with the latest technology, it doesn’t come without a few minor drawbacks.
HP’s incredibly versatile 2-in-1 notebook series, the x360 has been updated with a new addition, the Pavilion 13-s120nr. This a small form convertible laptop which comes packed with goodies at a fairly low price, considering what it can offer in return.
LG finally made its debut in the world of premium mobile computing this autumn by introducing the company’s first ultrabook series titled “gram”. They’ve launched a 13 inch version (the one I’m reviewing today) and two 14 inch models with similar hardware specs and I’m excited about all of them.
Samsung has recently unveiled a new iteration of the ATIV ultrabook series, the Book 9 NP900X3K-K01US. Upgraded from last year’s version, this premium, thin and elegant laptop comes at a list price of $1699, so not exactly cheap, but with great features and specs.
The insanely popular Chromebook from Toshiba, the CB35-B3340 is one of the best deals out there in terms of value for money. Starting out with a list price of just $329, you can easily find it nowadays for $279 or even less if you search hard enough. This laptop will remain a favorite in many people’s hearts for years to come thanks to its main ingredients: quality materials, simple and ergonomic design, very good battery life and great specs considering the price it’s listed at.