Notebooks News

Apple Developing ARM Chip For Macs

Apple is allegedly developing a chip codenamed "T310" for future Mac laptops, which is designed to boost battery life and reduce dependence on Intel chips. The custom ARM-based chip would handle macOS' "Power Nap" functionality and other low-power features.

Lenovo Unveils Several New Budget Laptops

During the BETT event in London, several companies have unveiled new educational laptops, among including Dell and Lenovo. We reported about Dell's new lineup, and today Lenovo unveiled its latest laptops aimed at schools - ThinkPad 11e, ThinkPad 11e Yoga and two Chromebooks.

Mac Sales Dropped 10% In 2016

Sales of Apple's Mac computers were down 10% during 2016. That decline represents the first year-over-year fall in Mac sales since 2001. According to Bloomberg's Anand Srinivasan and Wei Mok, Apple dropped to fifth place among PC vendors. ASUS rose to fourth.

Fujitsu Unveils World's Lightest 13-inch Laptop

LG Gram was the world's lightest notebook, but Fujitsu has now taken the crown with the LifeBook U937/P business-class laptop that weighs 799g. Among 18 new computers for the business market, another model called LifeBook UH75/B1 is also lighter than the LG Gram and weighs 777g.

2017 MacBook Pros To Have 32 GB RAM Option

The latest MacBook Pros are currently limited to 32 GB of RAM because according to Apple's Phil Schiller, more RAM could lead to poorer battery life. If that is the reason why you haven't purchase a new MacBook Pro, then save your money for 2017 models.

Latest Dell XPS 15 Now Available For Order

At CES 2017, Dell unveiled dozens of new products, among which were the updated XPS laptops. One of them, the XPS 15 to be more precisely, is now available for order, but not all models are available. At the moment, only models with i5-7300HQ or i7-7700HQ processors are