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Review of the LG Gram Pro 17

Selecting a laptop necessitates making a tradeoff. A tiny screen and a confined keypad are the price of being lighter and more portable. Stretching out and often having greater power are two benefits of a larger laptop, but portability is sacrificed. What does a creative person on the run do? Is there someplace the finest of both worlds to be found? Let us start with LG and its Gram Pro 17, and I will not even try to tip my…

Review of the Asus Zenscreen MB249C portable monitor

Laptops are available in almost every size and shape. Still, there is a reasonable upper bound on screen size. which is the function of the top portable monitors. One example of a portable screen on the larger side is the recently released Asus Zenscreen MB249C. It is far larger than any laptop display at 24 inches. However, you have the option of something bigger while on the go with this portable monitor—at least in theory. This is not something you…

Review of the OnePlus Pad Go: an affordable tablet that can easily experience daily use

The OnePlus Pad Go, the smaller sister of the OnePlus Pad, carries on the company’s legacy of producing low-cost smartphones to compete with the industry’s more expensive titans. Even with its comparatively modest price tag, the OnePlus Pad Go maintains its premium appearance. It is thin and light, but a few design errors make it difficult to use in the hand. The main one is that the camera is positioned in the middle of the long edge, which makes it…

Review of the Lenovo ThinkBook 14 2-in-1 Gen 4

Customers interested in 14-inch convertible laptops can save a significant amount of money with Lenovo’s ThinkBook brand of laptops, which is priced significantly lower than its ThinkPad computers for business use. Except for a few luxuries and the TrackPoint pointing stick in the keyboard, it is difficult to see what you are giving up for this ThinkBook 14 2-in-1 Gen 4 ($1,149.99 as tested), which starts at just $1,036.75. The flagship ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 8 costs approximately $1,500, and…

Review of the Dell Precision 5860 Tower

It is time we paid the midrange some attention because they are frequently paired with more powerful towers. This particular desktop workstation is a Dell Precision 5860 Tower. Dell’s mid-range workstation, which starts at $2,049 (around $9,100 in the highly customized version we tested), is another plain-looking, but sizable, black full-tower chassis with handles. One of several Intel Xeon-based processors with professional graphics cards from AMD, Nvidia, or vPro, up to an incredible 2TB of RAM, and up to 72TB…

Now $100 off, this Samsung IPS monitor is excellent for workstations

Do you need a dependable workhorse monitor for your desk? The 24-inch Samsung ViewFinity S60A was originally going for $280, but right now it is only $180, the lowest price ever had on Amazon. With its HDR10-compatible IPS panel and WQHD (2560 x 1440) resolution, the ViewFinity S60A is a great option for high-quality photos. It is pretty amazing for job use, viewing spreadsheets, editing images, and watching videos. Its flexibility in orienting in any direction without the need for…

Review of the Acer Chromebook Plus 514: it doesn’t compromise on storage

Choosing a low-cost Chromebook might be rather confusing. While many Chromebooks are affordable, not all of them are worth purchasing, particularly those with less than 128GB of storage and only 4GB of RAM. The Acer Chromebook Plus 514 is a good substitute, offering far more RAM and storage than many competitors at comparable prices, but it still has several issues that are typical of notebooks costing less than $500. Specs and features The Intel Core i3-N305 processor, which powers the…

Right now the best RTX 4070 Dell gaming laptop is $400 less

The Dell G16 can be the ideal laptop for you if you are looking for a speed demon. This gaming laptop is currently available for an amazing $1,300, 24% less than its $1,700 MSRP. For the price of a business model, you may have a high-performance machine with this bargain. Although $1,300 is not exactly inexpensive, considering its configuration, this product offers an unbeatable value. This Dell G16 gaming laptop comes with a 13th-generation Intel Core i9-13900HX processor with 24…

Review of the Lenovo Legion Pro 5i Gen 9

In comparison to Lenovo’s more expensive Legion 7 and Legion 9 gaming laptop lines, the company’s new Legion Pro 5i Gen 9 (which starts at $1,369.99 at the time of writing) offers remarkable performance for the money. Consider the base model pictured here as a somewhat larger-screened competitor to the slightly larger-screened Acer Nitro 17 and Asus ROG Strix 17, or as a chunkier alternative to our favorite midrange gaming setup, the Editors’ Choice award-winning Lenovo Legion Slim 5 Gen…

The Mac became into a true “AI PC.”

At its Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple revealed a major redesign of its macOS operating system (WWDC). The move, which has long been anticipated for WWDC, completely redesigns the Mac experience by integrating artificial intelligence (AI) into a wide range of apps, tools, and systems. When combined, they have the power to turn the Mac into the ultimate AI PC. The new technology, known as Apple Intelligence, enhances a variety of apps, including those from third parties. Apple, for instance, released…