There’s one more addition to MSI’s already impressive lineup of laptops. It’s called the MSI PS63 Modern-096, and it’s an interesting device. Not because it’s the next notebook icon. Rather, what makes it great is its wide range of usage scenarios and mobility. It will handle daily tasks, photo and video editing jobs, number crunching, coding, gaming, streaming 4K content, you name it. All that on the go, for just under $1000 (price available at the time of this review).
ASUS have just rolled out their new ASUS TUF Gaming FX505GT line-up, which features both AMD and Intel powered gaming notebooks. The model I’ll be reviewing today, the ASUS TUF505GT-AH73 is fitted with an Intel Core i7 processor. If value for money and hardware components were the only defining factors in how we buy our notebooks, than the ASUS TUF would be king in its price range. Affordable, powerful and future-proof, it does come with a handful of drawbacks, as well.
The Vivobook S15 series from ASUS has been a staple of affordability and value for money since its launch, back in 2018. Ever since, users have praised both build quality and performance ratings. Sure, it’s not the best, not the lightest, or the fastest, but for the amount it costs, I think Vivobooks are somewhat of a bargain, perfect for home users and students alike. The ASUS Vivobook S15 S532FA-DB55 makes no exception.
The all-new Samsung Notebook 7 Force (NP760XBE-X01US) is a 15.6-inch laptop that’s in direct competition with some of the industry’s most acclaimed giants. It features an understated and minimalist design, with an almost monochrome color palette. While both looks and hardware components will definitely impress people, value for money will not. I’ll explain in detail below.
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.