Both Intel and NVIDIA have yet to announce their new products for mobile segment. Intel is readying to launch its premium Kaby Lake HQ series CPUs, while NVIDIA will launch the GeForce GTX 1050 graphics card. Although it was expected to see new products at CES 2017 in January
For 2017, Intel is preparing to release their high-end Kaby Lake processors for both desktop and mobile computers. Ahead of the official launch, the high-end mobile Kaby Lake CPU has leaked online, and revealed what kind of improvements it will bring compared to Core i7-6700HQ.
HP is about to add Kaby Lake processors option to its business notebook series, along with some additional security improvements. The first lineup to get the improvements is the EliteBook 800 G4, and the new models will likely be available in early 2017.
As we are waiting for the high-end Kaby Lake mobile CPUs, notebook manufacturers can only update their models with latest NVIDIA graphics cards. Exactly that did Gigabyte with its Aorus X3 Plus gaming notebook. The new v6 has all the same specs, except for the graphics card
ASUS has just launched a refreshed version of its UX310 notebook. Previous models were available only with Intel's sixth generation CPUs, while the new model comes equipped with the Core i5-7200U processor, which is based on the Kaby Lake architecture.
Some notebook couldn't wait for the high-end Kaby Lake CPU and has already released refreshed gaming notebook laptops. They will probably do the same once the high-end Kaby Lake CPUs come out, but Acer took a different approach and plans to wait for a few more weeks for new CPUs
Like many times before, Lenovo will be present at the annual Consumer Electronics Show, which is just around the corner. The company is expected to announce several new and refreshed notebooks and tablets, but among all of them there is on interesting device - the ThinkPad X1
November was the best month on record for consumer Microsoft Surface sales and that accomplishment may partly be attached to what Microsoft calls the "disappointment of the new MacBook Pro." More people are reportedly switching to Surface from Mac than ever before.
ASUS ZenBook lineup is considered as one of the best Ultrabook series available at the moment. Although we haven't seen any drastic improvements in terms of design, the ZenBook laptops are still very impressive and will only become better with Kaby Lake CPUs.
What was first rumoured, now is confirmed. The GPUs inside the new MacBook Pros are not the culprit of the recent GPU issues. Apple exec Craig Federighi told an Apple customer that the macOS 10.12.2 beta contains all the necessary fixes, which suggest that the software was the
If recent GPU issues weren't enough, Apple MacBook Pro users are now reporting problems with the battery life. The new MacBook Pros are expected to get around 10 hours of battery life, but some users are now claiming that they are barely getting 6 hours.
We have recently reported about graphics issues with the latest MacBook Pro laptops, and more users have started reporting the same issues. At first, the culprit of the graphics issues was not familiar, but according to latest information, it looks like the issues are not caused
HP has announced a new rugged convertible laptop aimed at students. Dubbed the ProBook x360 11 Education Edition, the 11.6-inch laptop is covered with an industrial rubber casing and can be customized with Gorilla Glass 4-strengthened panel for extra durability.
Gigabyte's Aero notebook series has one of the longest battery life around for a quad-core notebook and with the addition of new Pascal-based GPUs, things will only get better. The Aero 14 packs 94 Wh battery that lasts around 6 hours with GeForce GTX 970M, but the company has
ASUS GX700 was the company's first attempt at water-cooled gaming notebook. As one of the best notebook manufacturers, ASUS has further improved some things and earlier this year at Computex 2016 announced a successor to the GX 700 with better design and hardware.
CES 2017 is scheduled for early next year and it could be a very interesting one, especially for gaming notebook fans. Not only NVIDIA will release its mid-range Pascal-based graphics card, but Intel will finally launch the high-end mobile CPUs based on Kaby Lake architecture.
High-end NVIDIA Pascal-based notebooks have been a big hit among gamers. Not only the new graphics cards bring better performance, but they also consume less energy, allowing manufacturers to design thinner, more attractive notebooks that are very powerful.
Apple has recently unveiled its latest MacBook Pro laptops, but like with every new product, there are some bugs and issues. Early owners often experience these issues, and owners of Apple's new laptop are reportedly encountering problems with the GPU.
New Apple MacBook Pros are great laptops, but like with every product in the world, there is at least one drawback. The revamped MacBook Pro supports only 16 GB of RAM, and Apple will less likely launch a version with more RAM as that would compromise the MacBook Pro's design.
Acer's affordable line of convertible notebooks under the Spin branding is now available in the United States. Two models are launched, the 13.3-inch Acer Spin 5 and the larger 14-inch Spin 7. Both models are available in several different configurations, depending on your needs.