The ASUS Vivobook F510QA-DS99 is a budget friendly, entry level 15-inch laptop. Its design is borrowed from the company’s mid-range F510UA laptop series, but its hardware components aren’t. At least not entirely. As we’ll see, considering price, this device can sure pack a punch. Plus, to some extent, you can get good value for your money.
The all-new ASUS Laptop X509FA is an everyday laptop which doesn’t stand out that much: as far as looks are concerned, it isn’t particularly exciting. Everything about it seems dull, from features to performance, or display quality even. However, this overall grayness does not automatically mean it’s a dud.
HP’s popular ENVY series has just received a much awaited refresh earlier this month, in terms of hardware. Its design hasn’t changed a bit since the last iteration which featured 8th gen Intel processors. The brand new HP ENVY 13-aq1010nr laptop is as lightweight and practical as ever, with the added benefit of having the latest technology inside it.
The Lenovo IdeaPad S340 are a series of affordable, mid-range 15.6″ laptops. They’re designed with the end user in mind. As such, they’re like a jack of all trades, made to be as cheap as possible without them being cheaply made. A mix of solid performance and simple design language has made the S340 series a people’s favorite.
Earlier this summer, Lenovo has launched a new model from the popular 2-in-1 series, the Flex 14. It’s hard to define it strictly from a value for money standpoint. On one hand, the base model is clearly an entry level device. However, the one I’ll be talking about today, the Lenovo Flex 14 81SS000DUS, has three times more RAM, a more powerful processor and more storage than its cheaper sibling.