Category: Laptops

HP wants to bring gaming to a wider range of gamers with its new Omen gaming arsenal

HP wants to bring gaming to a wider range of gamers with its new Omen gaming arsenal

HP announced the launch of HP OMEN gaming laptops and a desktop yesterday at a launch event in New Delhi. The company launched the OMEN 17 laptop and OMEN 15 notebook geared towards gamers in addition to the OMEN desktop who want more power and are not looking at portability. Ketan Patel, Senior Director for Personal Systems hosted the event and […]

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Lenovo’s new Yoga A12 is a younger brother of the Yoga Book

Lenovo’s new Yoga A12 is a brother of the Yoga Book

Lenovo has announced a new Android tablet which looks similar to the recently launched Yoga Book. The Yoga A12 is a new 2-in-1 Android hybrid which gets the same flat, slate-like digital keyboard with a $300 price. The specs are as good though, as you get 12.2-inch HD display that can fold all the way back so users can position it as a laptop, […]

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Dell announces new 2-in-1 laptops and Chromebooks for students

Dell announces new 2-in-1 laptops and Chromebooks for students

Dell seems to be focusing more on the education sector as it has announced its new range of Latitude and Chromebook notebooks targeted at schools and colleges. The refreshed line includes new 2-in-1 and standard notebooks under the Latitude series as well as Chromebook. The Dell Latitude 11 Convertible and Chromebook 11 Convertible are the latest and one of the […]

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Microsoft may reduce its Windows 10 licensing fee for OEMs to combat Chromebooks

Microsoft may reduce its Windows 10 licensing fee for OEMs to combat Chromebooks

Chromebooks have become big business for notebook manufacturers and Google. They’re based on Google’s Chrome OS platform, which in turn is based on the Linus kernel and is offered for free to OEMs. That open-source-based license means Chromebooks are relatively cheap across the board although there are a few high-end units that reach up into the $500 price range. That […]

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Lenovo Yoga Book review: It’s an expensive, eye-catching indulgence, but nothing more

Lenovo Yoga Book review: It’s an expensive, eye-catching indulgence, but nothing more

Where do I even start with the Lenovo Yoga Book? It’s hard to describe a device that doesn’t adhere to any conventions or standards. The device is powered by a low-power Intel Atom chip, it’s slimmer and lighter than any laptop, it comes with a stylus, has no usable ports, offers great battery life and a keyboard unlike any other. Do […]

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