Just what the gamers wanted! Dell will once again conquer the heart of gaming lovers with its latest Alienware laptop series. They have a complete new look and even got a new name: Alienware 14, 17 and 18 is the latest series coming up. Dell is basically refreshing the 14 inch, 17 inch and 18 inch laptops keeping in mind the durability and enhancement.
Last fall Fujitsu launched its Lifebook UH75 and this time it’s the UH90 (the sequel). This 14-inch portable notebook is far lighter than that of its ancestor measuring just 15.5mm in thickness and an upgraded 3200x1800p extra dense touch screen. It includes 1.6GHz Haswell processor with a hybrid hard drive of 500GB which keeps balance between the speed and storage.
Lenovo has been making headlines with their IdeaPad Yoga. It is a tablet convertible that can be used as a laptop as well. There are 11-inch and 13-inch models. While the larger 13-inch model has the choice of Intel Core processors, the 11-inch does not and is rather powered by the NVIDIA Tegra 3 platform. Today we will be taking a look at that unit which does offer a very sleek and slim design, responsive 11.6-inch touchscreen, Lenovo’s patent-pending hinge design that allows the screen to flip completely over and it is running Windows RT. Let’s check it out!
Along with announcing the worlds thinnest gaming notebook Razer also introduced the Blade Pro 17-inch gaming laptop. This will be the third iteration of Razer’s ground-breaking, ultra-portable laptop. The laptop will be powered by a 47-watt Intel 4th generation core processor, NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 765M GPU, 8GB of DDR3 memory and solid state drive storage.
Even though the Haswell’s CPUs will be released on June 4, it gives us enough reasons to hold on from buying new ones. Regardless of this fact, some corporate buyers are always impatient to buy new PCs. To cater this market, Fujitsu has released new set of laptops supported by the Ivy Bridge and not by Haswell central processing units. These include E733, E743 and E753, the classic slim designs measuring 13.3 inches, 14 inches and 15.6 inches respectively. They are being offered in silver and red design which is certainly a better look than what we saw last year.
Lenovo has been coming up with a lot of various ThinkPads Edge Series models and the ThinkPad T431’s in the past couple of months but now you must be keen to get your hands on new Lenovo device and tired of using the same old ThinkPad. Well the wait is over because Lenovo is back again showing its two new UltraBook designs S3 (Labatt) and S5 (Guinness), having a screen size of 13-inch and 15 inch respectively with Windows 8 OS. Rumors are that it will be launched by the end of May in China.
After the success with its Envy X2, HP has announced 2 of its new products the Split x2 which is a Windows 8 hybrid and the SlateBook x2 Android tablet. HP launched Envy X2, its Windows 8 Hybrid PC powered by Intel’s mobile “Clover Trail” processor and it did well in the market and now HP is all set to introduce Split X2 which is another Windows hybrid PC running Windows 8 but this time HP is going big by using Intel’s laptop processor in it.
Samsung has launched the latest edition to their comprehensive portfolio of Series 9 business-ready products. This Ultrabook is one of the thinnest and lightest ultrabooks on the market. The 13.3-inch system features a 3rd generation Intel Core i7 processor, 4GB of DDR3 and a 256GB solid state drive.
One of the largest companies at CES 2013, Samsung took the liberty to demo some of the hottest products coming to market and currently dominating the world of electronic sales. The ‘Series 7 Gamer’ took the award of ‘Best Laptop of CES 2012′ and this year Samsung showed us the follow up to that outstanding product with the Series 7 Chronos. Qualifying as an Ultrabook in every criteria except the processor, this desktop replacement laptop will physically amaze you, aesthetically and with its hardware. We also took the liberty to overview some of the more prominent products for which Samsung is known. Check out the video for more details.
If you have not fully embraced Intel’s Ultrabooks you really should. They have been what power users like me have been wanting for quite a long time. A sleek and slim laptop that is powerful enough to do all of our daily tasks and still have a good battery life. Today we are taking a look at one of Lenovo’s latest Ultrabooks in their IdeaPad U410. This Ultrabook features a sleek colored aluminum chassis, an Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of memory and one of the most comfortable keyboards that I’ve ever used! Is this the perfect Ultrabook for you? Read on as we take a look.