When it comes to “budget ultrabooks”, there isn’t a wide variety of choices. Most of the ultrabooks that you can score under the price tag of $700 focus on better specs packed in a substandard plastic body. Fortunately, that’s not the case with the 2020
We recently published a guide to buy the best 11 inch laptops, where I elaborated the significance of having an ultraportable 11 inch laptop and the best ones you can opt, that are available in the market right now. But what about the other possibilities?
We have seen massive diversity in almost all gadgets and devices unveiled at CES 2019. But the trend that most widely dominated all, was slim bezels. Now, Lenovo jumped into the ‘bezel-less’ bandwagon back in 2016 with their Yoga 910 but failed to live up to that title due to the large chin of the laptop
After CES 2019, it seems like slim notebooks with razor-thin bezels are the new trendsetters in the laptop market. Just like ASUS ZenBooks, Acer has also taken it upon themselves to add new, upgraded and slim bezeled notebooks to their already successful lineups. Their renewed
The 2018 Acer Aspire 1 just like its predecessor is high-on-features yet, low-on-budget notebook. It is a competitively priced entry-level laptop from Acer which does not pack much power, but if all you need to do is browse the internet, work on documents and consume
With the VivoBook S14, Asus has tried to create an ultra-portable machine that is also capable of performing mid to high-end tasks. There are many variations of the VivoBook S14, and we have with us the Core i7 (8th gen) variant, S410UN-NS74 which packs in
Acer has been beating around the bush in the laptop’s arena for quite some time now. The company is globally renowned to provide value for money, powerful laptops to suit various needs. Although the company has a decent market share and value in selling their