Notebooks News

US Gets Rid Of Laptop Ban Entirely

The United States has lifted its laptop ban for every remaining airline and airport, allowing all inbound flights to let fliers use devices larger than handsets. The Department of Homeland Security says it now believes the "enhanced security measures in place" are adequate.

ASUS VivoBook Flip 14 To Launch Very Soon

Back at Computex in May, ASUS introduced a new VivoBook Flip 14 notebook that was expected to go on sale in the second half of the year. Thanks to Notebook Italia, who spotted a product page for the Vivobook Flip 14, the launch looks to be around the corner.

PC Shipments Fell 4.3% During Q2

PC shipments around the world declined 4.3% during the second quarter of 2017, reports Gartner. This is the 11th quarter in a row that has seen a drop in the market. Another research firm, IDC, reported similar findings for the latest period. There were 61.1M shipments.

ASUS Launches ROG Zephyrus Max-Q Gaming Laptop

ASUS' thinnest, lightest and most powerful gaming laptop that was announced at Computex 2017 is now finally available. The ROG Zephyrus is available in two different models, the GX501VI-XS74 and GX501VS-XS71, and the starting price is $2,299. The top model will cost $2,699.

Samsung Notebook 9 Pro Up For Sale

Samsung's flagship notebook, and its first with an S Pen, is now officially available for purchase. Announced at Computex last month, the Samsung Notebook 9 Pro comes in 13.3-inch and 15-inch sizes and features a 360-degree hinge that allows users to use it as a laptop or a