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.
The ENVY x360 series from HP has been recently refreshed and relaunched. The model I’ll be reviewing today is the HP ENVY x360 15-cp0010nr. It’s a convertible laptop (as in 2-in-1). Basically, it’s a 15.6 inch notebook that doubles as a tablet when rotating the screen 360 degrees. Considering value for money, this midrange HP isn’t a bad deal at all.
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.