Are you in the market for a new laptop with the power to chew through whatever applications and programs you throw at it, but at the same time won’t devour your budget? I tested out the ASUS X-Series X555QA AMD Quad-Core laptop recently, and I’ll tell you why this computer deserves a closer look.
You’ve got a busy life on the go, which is why you need a device that’s infinitely portable and easy to use, whether you are in the office, in a hotel or airport, or just sitting at home on the couch. So, how do you choose between a 2-in-1 tablet PC and a laptop? Read on and I’ll give you a few tips.
On the final day of the 12 days of Christmas, we're talking about a gift with a wow factor that will last all year: the ASUS Zenbook 4K.
I had a chance to review the ASUS ZenBook 4K laptop and if you love 4K than this is certainly a machine for you.
The very form factor of a 2-in-1 convertible tablet lends the impression that it can do everything a laptop can do. It looks like one, after all, so it’s an easy correlation to make, but not all convertibles are made equal. The Insignia 11.6-inch Flex Windows Tablet is less of an outright replacement, and more a device that can step in for certain tasks. Keeping things in perspective is probably the best way to look at a unit like this.
The summer is already half over, which means back to school is only a month away. Which is a bummer for most but there is a silver lining, it is the best time to get a new PC or upgrade from your current potato of a rig and I have got some great gaming computers here, to help give you a one up on the competition in game and in school.
Massive 17.3-inch, Full-HD display? Check! 6th generation Core i7 CPU with 16GB of RAM on tap? Check! Nvidia GTX 960M graphics card? It’s there too. The ASUS Republic of Gamers GL752V checks off all the boxes, delivering a performance-driven laptop and compelling mobile gaming solution.