Dell have recently rolled out a new iteration of their gaming laptop series, the G3. This new lineup of models have killer hardware specs, great performance ratings, and best of all, affordable price tags. The one I’ll be reviewing today is the series’ flagship: the Dell G3 I3590-5988BLK-PUS.
Samsung have just released a new breed of lightweight notebooks. The 7 series comes in multiple size and hardware options. This particular model I’ll be reviewing today is the 13.3 inch flagship, the Samsung Notebook 7 NP730XBE-K02US. It’s the most powerful and future-proof out of their 13-inch lineup, and I consider it to be the one to go for if you’re after a a thin, ultra portable and stylish laptop.
Dell has recently renewed their Inspiron 15 5000 series with a new model. Today, I’ll review the brand-new 15-inch Dell Inspiron i5580-7707SLV-PUS laptop. They’ve decided to upgrade this classic with new generation hardware, and even some rather minor design features. What’s more, its price is maybe the biggest selling point. It may not be a looker, but it sure seems to be a workhorse.
ASUS have recently revamped their casual gaming laptop line-up with this model: the rather affordable ASUS Vivobook K570ZD-ES55. At first glance, this is a notebook that’s kind of like a jack of all trades. It does everything you expect it to, but doesn’t particularly excel at anything. Plus, judging by hardware components alone, it makes for a great home / home office laptop or desktop replacement unit.
Of all ZenBook models, each with their own strengths and weaknesses, the all-new ASUS ZenBook 13 UX331FA series are by far the most portable. Weighing less than 2.5 pounds, this is one of the most lightweight ultrabooks you can buy for less than $1000. And although its capabilities are slightly less impressive than its more hardware rich siblings, most users won’t notice. Because this is still a device that will withstand all modern apps and tasks with ease.