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.
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.
The Acer Aspire R14 series has been launched in the spring of 2015 and consists of an array of mid-range convertible (2-in-1) laptops designed for the general public, aimed at the average user with extra mobility and functionality needs in mind. With features that add value like Zero Air Gap technology, Acer Touch Tools or Skype Certification, this convertible laptop is a good tool, despite a drawback or two.
The Satellite Fusion 15 L55W-C5259 is a brand new, Windows 10 ready, mid-range convertible laptop from Toshiba. Officially launched just a few days ago, it comes at a list price of $799, a fair price for this laptop with hinges capable of rotating the screen at 360 degrees. It’s ideal for college students, home users and light work (more useful in face-to-face and small team presentations and meetings).
The 17.3 inch ASUS X755JA-DS71 is a great desktop replacement laptop, perfect for everyday home use or suitable in an office where screen size and value for money are more important than portability.