Named by ASUS as “the laptop of tomorrow”, the ASUS ZenBook Pro Duo Ux581 is a notable mobile workstation. Not necessarily because of its specs alone, but also thanks to its iconic design. You can either love it, or hate it. There’s no middle ground. Personally, I think this layout (keyboard on bottom, two screens on top) works well, but only in the context of a workstation, where you’re more than likely to work with either a mouse or a stylus.
MSI have brought to light the new WS65 mobile workstation series. They’re powerful, ready to tackle everything a pro designer or engineer will throw at them, and they’re ridiculously expensive. Today I’m looking at the MSI WS65 9TM-857 model, which features some serious hardware options, but costs about as much as a second hand car.
ASUS have recently refreshed their ZenBook line-up with new models, among which is the powerful, yet sleek ASUS ZenBook 15 UX534FT-DB77. In my opinion, a laptop which features a 15.6-inch screen, runs fast enough for most users, and can also be carried around with ease is the perfect solution for both students and traveling professionals alike.
MSI have recently rolled out a new ultra powerful workstation designed for working professionals. Whether you’re design work revolves around consumer products or industrial machines, or your daily routine requires you to have massive amounts of processing power, this new MSI P75 Creator-469 notebook will surely satisfy your needs. All those specs come at price, though. At the time I’m writing this review, the MSI is listed at about $2700. It sure is steep, but as we’ll see below, justified.
Dell has recently launched a new and slightly improved model of their mid-range series, the i3567. While there aren’t any major improvements to speak of, the new Dell i3567-5820BLK does come with Windows 10 Pro, unlike previous versions who were strapping Windows 10 Home Edition.