Acer Philippines, in partnership with AMD, officially launched three Ryzen-powered devices.
Xiaomi announced their own line of Windows-powered laptops last year, but those models mainly target casual users who want something portable. This time around, the company wants to attract power users with the Mi Notebook Pro.
As has become a tradition at major consumer tech shows, Acer once again showed off a bunch of attractive products ranging from the most powerful to the more portable. One that stood out was the Switch 7 Black Edition and its cool features.
It was exactly a year ago when I reviewed the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S, and while it was a complete Windows system inside a slim tablet, there were three drawbacks: no bundled stylus pen, overreliance on the keyboard case, and lack of ports. The newer, upgraded Galaxy Book — yes, the naming scheme changed once again — fixes one of those issues.
Ever since we first posted about it on GadgetMatch, demand for the Hello Kitty laptop by Acer has been sky high despite the limited quantity. We feel like we owe our loyal followers a shot at winning one, so we’re making it the prize in this week’s Scavenger Hunt!
Yes, you read right: Hello Kitty is branching out.
The ASUS ROG Zephyrus has one goal, and it pulls it off in spectacular fashion: Become the slimmest gaming laptop with a high-end NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 inside. The Zephyrus, along with its equally astounding price tag, has hit Southeast Asia.
We have the first major announcement from Computex 2017, and it’s quite impressive: ASUS just revealed the world’s slimmest Windows 10 convertible, the ZenBook Flip S.
Two years ago, I was one of the few people fortunate enough to have an early sample of Lenovo’s Yoga 900 convertible. Needless to say, it drew a lot of attention both here and abroad for its sharp looks. Does the Yoga 910 attract as much praise? See for yourself.
Now that GadgetMatch has confirmed its full participation at Computex 2017, we’re rounding up the biggest announcements we’re expecting at the multi-day tech convention in Taipei, Taiwan.
Setting its eyes squarely on students, Microsoft unveiled what it calls the “most balanced” notebook, the Surface Laptop.
You don’t have to spend lots of money on a laptop computer if you’re not going to use it for complex tasks.
Many users only need computers for word processing, surfing the internet, or watching movies, and if that describes you too, then maybe a top-of-the-line notebook is overkill.
Overclocking has been around for a while on gaming laptops, but usually only on the higher-end models like the ludicrous Predator 21 X. Acer is making the feature a little more accessible this time by letting its new Predator Helios 300 midrange line handle the extra hardware boosting.
As mind-blowing as the Predator 21 X is, it’s not something you’d actually buy — heck, only a single unit is being sold in certain countries and it comes with a hard case on wheels. That’s why it’s such a relief to see Acer launch the Predator Triton 700, which is oh-so slim yet terribly fast.
The biggest, baddest gaming laptop from Predator just got an official price tag in the Philippines.
When people talk about the future of technology, a lot of things come to mind. It might be flying cars, hover boards, hologram computers, or even life-like robots. And while these ideas seem to be getting closer to reality, we’ve still got a long way to go to get there.
I get asked a lot about laptop recommendations, and while it’s easy to give an answer for notebooks above $400, anything below is tricky. So when Starmobile asked me to review its $150 Engage Aura, I happily obliged in order to deepen my knowledge of the budget-friendly segment.