Today I’m looking at a new model from Samsung’s Notebook 9 series, the NP900X5N-K01US. Judging by the price and the offering, I think it’s safe to assume this ultrabook is at least on par with other 15″ premium lightweight devices.
The Samsung Notebook Odyssey NP800G5M-X01US is a brand new gaming laptop. Considering its price, you’d be tempted to think this is a mid-range notebook, but after a short glance over the spec sheet, we quickly notice Samsung is offering more value for money than its competitors.
The folks at LG have just released info about a brand new model to complete their already impressive “gram” ultrabook lineup. This one will be called the LG gram 13Z970, and is the most compact of all three variants (13 compared to 14 and 15.6 inches).
The new Notebook 9 series is Samsung’s response to the wave of thinner, lighter and more stylish ultrabooks that have flooded the market in recent months. And, as expected, this laptop is a good alternative to similar models from Dell, ASUS, LG or even Acer. Today we’ll look at the Samsung Notebook 9 NP900X3N-K04US.
The Spin 7 is Acer’s top tier series of convertible laptops. Although I don’t think it has vastly superior performance to the company’s less expensive model, the Spin 5, the looks, build quality and exquisite feel are worth the premium. Today, I’ll be talking about the Acer Spin 7 SP714-51-M4YD.