Personally speaking, I was thinking of picking one for myself a while back. I tested it myself, and I can tell you that the HP Spectre x360 comes in a solid aluminium build. Personally, I'm not too keen on the arrow keys part though. Other than that, it's a machine that I would've picked up in an instant!
Last week, Lenovo launched two of their most innovative product to date - the Lenovo Yoga Book, and the Lenovo Phab 2. The Yoga Book is the first ever 2-in-1 device with an arguably much more innovative keyboard than what Apple's latest MacBook Pro has to offer, and Phab 2 Plus is the world's first ever Tango smartphone in the market.
I'd like to introduce you to the WD Blue SSD. It has quite an interesting and inevitable fate. I think at this day and age, we all have heard about WD. They're the major leader in storage media, of course. To be honest, I've speculated that one day, WD will sell their own SSDs to the masses. With Western Digital's recent acquisition of SanDisk, that day has come.
In lieu of Apple's announcement that happened a few hours ago, there are a few things to take note of. Firstly, the new MacBook Pro has been announced. Everything has already been leaked, so I wonder what's the point of that announcement anyway. Introducing some of the latest and greatest feature on a laptop ever - the new, late 2016 MacBook Pro model.
Considering the fact that ultrabooks are selling like hotcakes these days, it's no surprise that the market is trying to cater these demands. ASUS took a very different approach here by creating an inexpensive laptop that is thin, light, sturdy, and has a touch screen too. This is the ASUS ZenBook Flip, specifically the UX360CA model.
The brand new Razer Blade Pro has some top of the line specs for a laptop. It's just insane. It packs in the greatest specs and peripherals for a desktop, and cramp into a 17.3-inch laptop.
Dell Malaysia just launched their new range of Alienware range, featuring the new NVIDIA graphic cards. Celebrating Alienware’s 20 years as a leading pioneer in high performance PC gaming system, the new range of Alienware devices come with all new gaming notebooks capable of powering VR out of the box. The new line of notebooks boasts the NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 10-series family of GPUs.
Battery life. For us all in the current generation of mobility, battery life is one of the most crucial factor in deciding a purchase. Want a larger battery? Be prepared to make some trade-offs. However, this issue might be diminished, thanks to modern technology.
First and foremost - we know that there are GTX 10-series notebooks launched launched a while ago. However, NVIDIA is doing that officially now, and it happened recently in Singapore alongside with their close partner. That includes Acer, Aftershock, Gigabyte, MSI, and ASUS ROG. Also, these GTX 10-series notebooks will be on display in conjunction with Singapore's COMEX 2016 IT Show Exhibition @ Suntec Singapore this from today till 11th September 2016.