Tag: Computing

Acer Swift 3 evaluation

Acer Swift 3 The Acer Swift 3’s discrete graphics inject a shot of efficiency in an otherwise plain laptop. Solid efficiency Entry-level gaming thanks to discrete GPU Very good battery life Comfy keyboard and touch pad Great value The Acer Swift is efficient and offers discrete graphics. However, effective graphics and an economical price don’t […]

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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Gen 2

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet Gen 2 Here is what you get with the Lenovo ThinkPad X1. “The Lenovo’ThinkPad X1 Tablet is a workhorse 2-in-1, but it’s expensive.” Solid productivity performance Excellent detachable keyboard Unique expansion options Fanless design Strong build quality test for MIL-SPEC 810G Not as sleek as Surface Pro Can get hot when […]

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Digital Storm Lynx evaluation

Digital Storm Lynx Modern design with tempered glass side panel Competitive pricing Spacious interior for easy upgrades RGB lighting options for visual interest Can support up to two GPUs Lack of USB-C, Thunderbolt 3 ports No build-to-order option for RTX 2080 Ti graphics While Digital Storm’s flagship Aventum X is a powerful showpiece melding together the best […]

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Alienware m15 review

Alienware m15 “Alienware’s m15 is a gaming laptop you’ll lust after, and you should indulge.” It looks awesome Excellent display options Lots ports in all the right places Solid performance in all games Bulky for its class Battery life is predictably ‘ok’ I was quick to grab the Alienware m15 when it came into the […]

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Lenovo Yoga C940 15 review: The do-it-all 2-in-1?

Lenovo Yoga C940 15 review: “The Lenovo Yoga C940 15 is fast and well-built, but battery life and display quality hold it back.” Great performance Very good keyboard and touch pad Excellent audio quality Robust build and attractive aesthetic 2-in-1s are the “do-it-all” devices. In one day, you might need a laptop to type up […]

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 review

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 review: Finally, a good Android 2-in-1 Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S6 can replace your laptop, if you can live with some quirks and if you don’t rely on specific desktop applications to get your work done. Those are some big caveats when you’re looking at spending close to $830 (with the keyboard […]

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