Lenovo has already begun rolling out new versions of their most popular laptops which come equipped with the latest Skylake processing chips from Intel. The Flex 3 is receiving such an update, but I’m cautiously enthusiastic about it.
LG finally made its debut in the world of premium mobile computing this autumn by introducing the company’s first ultrabook series titled “gram”. They’ve launched a 13 inch version (the one I’m reviewing today) and two 14 inch models with similar hardware specs and I’m excited about all of them.
The HP Pavilion 15-ab110nr is an interesting laptop which proposes a unique combination of hardware resources and features. We would argue this is a cross breed between an ultrabook and a mid range notebook, with design elements and build quality borrowed from the former and hardware specs from the latter.
The Acer Aspire One Cloudbook, a small and affordable notebook has proven to be a success among its users from day one. The common consensus is that the Acer Cloudbook is a good mix of functionality, price and just enough hardware, material and feature compromises to make it worth using on a day to day basis.
The consumer oriented HP 15-f305dx is a great desktop replacement laptop, designed to fill the gap between low-end notebooks and mid-range devices. It really feels like a more expensive unit trapped in a rather affordable body. For the price its being sold at, the HP looks like a good deal for users who want to upgrade their aging home systems without spending too much.