Notebooks News

Acer Aspire V Nitro Announced, Starts At $1,199

Not all people wants to have the latest expensive gaming laptops with all the features towards gamers that not only brings the price up, but also make laptops thicker. For casual gaming, Acer has announced a new Aspire V Nitro that is a pretty sleek-looking laptop as far as

Acer Chromebook 11 N7 (C731) Now Official

Acer is also one of those companies that had plenty of new products at CES 2017 so let's start with new Chrome OS-based computer. The laptop is compliant with the United States Military Standard 810G and has impressive 12 hours of autonomy on a single charge.

Dell Announces Inspiron 7000 Gaming Laptops

While Dell's Alienware lineup mostly remained unchanged, Dell has introduced two new additions to its Inspiron line of gaming laptops. Both laptops, the Inspiron 14 7000 and 15 7000, come with a quad-core Intel Kaby Lake processor and NVIDIA GTX 1050 for 14-inch or GTX 1050 Ti

HP Refreshes Spectre x360 Convertibles

HP's premium Spectre x360 notebooks have received a few improvements for 2017. The new models are slightly thicker, but that was necessary to make room for larger battery, NVIDIA graphics card, Intel's 7th generation Core processor and optional 4K display.

Lenovo Launches New Brand Of Gaming Notebooks

Lenovo Legion is a new brand of gaming notebooks that offer excellent price-to-performance ratio. Two new budget-friendly gaming laptops are currently available, the Y520 and Y720, and Lenovo promised to launch more models in 2017 to grow its community of gamers.

Dell Now Officially Announces All New XPS 13

Just hours after we had a chance to see a leaked image of Dell's new XPS laptop, the company has officially unveiled it. The new XPS 13 has a new design that comes with a 360-degree hinge that lets you fold the touchscreen display and use the laptop as a tablet.