This year, Dell made a few changes to the new XPS lineup of premium thin and light laptops. It's still using a pretty traditionally-XPS design alongside the materials used.
We're rather familiar with ASUS's lineup of laptops. We have the VivoBook family as the budget-oriented option, and then we have the ZenBook family for premium thin and light laptops. And then out of nowhere, we now have the ASUS ExpertBook family, which offers a completely different look and feel. It is also targeted towards enterprises, but available in other variants for consumers like you and me too.
It's been quite some time since we last had an ASUS VivoBook in our hands. Its latest release, the VivoBook S14, is vastly different from its predecessors. It has a new design, new build material, and even a new chip from AMD.
Huawei is putting more focus on laptops these days and now - we have the brand new Huawei MateBook X Pro. This is Huawei's premium laptop and with it, comes with a heavy price to match. Yet this isn't the company's first time in releasing a premium laptop too. So how does the Huawei MateBook X Pro 2020 compete against the competition?
The HONOR MagicBook was revealed last week and the one thing that surprised me the most was the price. It's only RM2,299. I didn't expect the price of this laptop to be this low - but we do get what we pay for, right? For this low price, there surely are some compromises, right?
Huawei is a relatively new brand when it comes to laptops - and it's quite a surprise that they're jumping into the world of notebooks too. We've used - and review - a bunch...
MSI has always focused on being sleek with their Prestige series of laptops. They're crafted to be thin, sleek, yet offer good performance while looking very professional. The MSI Prestige P75 Creator 9SD is another sleek laptop with a thin body and lightweight build, aimed towards creative professionals.
ASUS has been one of the early adopters of the ultrabooks under the ZenBook series of laptops. However, the ZenBooks were always with Intel-inside only. Now, the new ASUS ZenBook 14 UM431D is using completely AMD-only inside - including GPU.