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The gorgeous new Dell XPS 14 laptop experiences an unexpected price reduction ahead of Memorial Day.

The XPS 14, the newest member of the XPS family, is now available at Dell for just $1,499 (was $1,699). With its impressive performance, this lightweight laptop has achieved the top spot in our 2024 guide to the best laptops for Windows 11. We recently reviewed the Dell XPS 14, and a score of 4.5 demonstrates just how good this laptop is. The incredible 3.2K OLED display here steals the show, while it is an optional upgrade. It is quite sleek thanks to the incredibly thin bezels, yet it still has space for a respectable 1080p webcam. Word processing, creative workflows, and gaming are among the many tasks that the technology excels at, however, gaming would benefit more from the RTX 4080 GPU. Today’s best Dell XPS 14 Laptop deal XPS 14 LaptopIncredibly, you can already acquire the newest…

There will be two versions of the new Galaxy Book4 Edge, both with 3K displays and a new Qualcomm CPU.

Recently, pictures of Samsung’s next laptop, the Galaxy Book4 Edge, have appeared online. Although the technology it will run on has previously been leaked, this is the first time we have seen a glimpse of the device’s design. The first set looks to be marketing photos and is sourced from the tech news website WinFuture. The article claims that there will be two models available at launch: a 14-inch standard model and a 16-inch Pro model. Compared to the rest…

Fast CPU Performance is Available with This Touchscreen Lenovo Chromebook for $111.

The Lenovo 2-in-1 Chromebook, with its movable 11.6-inch display, is an excellent mobile media center or home office. For medium-duty computing, Lenovo’s Chromebooks have always been a solid choice, but don’t discount the earlier models. Purchasing reconditioned equipment is an excellent method to save costs, reduce electrical waste, and obtain dependable devices. As an example, consider this reconditioned Lenovo 2-in-1 Chromebook, which retails for about $110.99 (reg. $475) and has enough features and capability for at-home computing. The internal hardware…

Review of the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold 16: This adaptable, foldable OLED device is too expensive

When the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold 16 Gen 1 ($2,499, available here) is opened, it unfolds into a substantial, black book that appears professional. However, the 16-inch OLED touchscreen is a sight to behold. The ThinkPad X1 Fold 16’s gorgeous OLED touchscreen is the main attraction, and every feature is made to ensure you can use it in a way that suits your needs. A brief setup tutorial for the folding 16-inch screen on the Lenovo X1 Fold is included…

Review of the Dell G16 7630 gaming laptop: Strong desktop vibes

The large and powerful Dell G16 7630 can handle all of your favorite games. It has a very smooth media player with an amazing display. It is also reasonably priced. However, the gaming laptop isn’t very portable due to its massive size. This ripper is ideal if you want the desktop experience but don’t want to spend a lot of money on an 18-inch laptop. Specifications As of the time I wrote this review, there was only one device that…

With the new ‘all-terrain’ computers that Asus is releasing, you can edit on a hilltop.

I’m not really into heights; it took me several strong pale ales to be convinced to climb Toronto’s CN Tower. I’m still intrigued by the idea of having a laptop that you can use at the top of a mountain, so screw my acrophobia. On June 3, Asus is scheduled to unveil a new line of laptops that are marketed as “all-terrain” at the Computex show in Taiwan. According to the company, its new ProArt series of lightweight equipment can…

Review of the iPad Pro 13-inch (2024): a true powerhouse of a tablet

Apple was pushing up its Let Loose launch event as a “different kind of Apple event” and the most significant iPad launch since the first iPad before revealing the new iPad Pro 13-inch (2024). Now that the dust has cleared, it appears that the anticipation was mostly warranted. Together with the recently announced 11-inch model, the iPad Pro 13-inch (2024) is an exceptionally capable and adaptable device that, as the accompanying marketing blurb indicates, boasts several “firsts” and “bests”: it’s…

Review of the Acer Vero 16: a green laptop with some creative possibilities

Acer Vero 16 users may notice a few oddities right away when they take the device out of its package. Not only are the R and E keys at the incorrect positions, but the entire interface feels… off. Against the backdrop of aluminum laptops and phones with glass backs, this unpainted, matte-plastic laptop seems a bit out of place. It turns out to be a good option, though, and the build quality is flawless. However, the laptop’s performance, which falls…

Review of the Epomaker x Feker Galaxy 80 keyboard: It’s cushiony, strong, and available in sci-fi cyan.

You can get the Epomaker x Feker Galaxy80 as a bare-bones kit or pre-built. While the barebones kit only includes switches and keycaps, the pre-built version is fully assembled and operational. There are five color options for either version: white, black, blue, purple, and pink. Prebuilt models retail for $105.99, but they are also available on Amazon for just $99.99. Feker Marble White linear switches with Doubleshot PBT MDA profile keycaps are part of it. A rubber USB Type-C cable…

Review of the Gigabyte G6X: An affordable gaming laptop

For the price, the Gigabyte G6X is all about the specifications. A 16-inch gaming laptop from Gigabyte included an Nvidia RTX 4060 GPU and an Intel Core i7 HX CPU. Additionally, the business went above and beyond by integrating 1TB of solid-state storage and 32GB of RAM at this pricing point. For a $1,349 laptop, that is a lot. Following that, Gigabyte began to lower the price by making concessions. However, all of the tradeoffs are well-thought-out; nothing about this…