Tag Archives: Mobile Computing

Razer’s New Ultraportable Is A Near-Bezel-less, Gorgeous Gaming Laptop

If you love gaming on laptop, but loathe bezel, well, then you may want to check out Razer’s latest gaming laptop, Razer Blade Stealth. Continuing Razer’s square off design language, this ultraportable gaming laptop boasts a new “individually calibrated” micro edge thin-bezel displays that measures no thicker than 4.9 mm on each side, offering “visually stunning edge-to-edge picture.” Well, I don’t see why is it not stunning. I am already sold because, I am on the anti-bezel camp. Continue reading Razer’s New Ultraportable Is A Near-Bezel-less, Gorgeous Gaming Laptop

Huawei MateBook X Pro Has A Camera Built Into The Keyboard

One of the draw of Apple is the design. The Cupertino tech giant is without doubt the forerunner in design (except for the questionable earbuds’ design). Unless you have a thing for Mac OS, we think there might just be a new laptop that may have you putting your money on. The new laptop in question here is Huawei MateBook X Pro. It is a 13-inch laptop and the first Huawei laptop to flaunt FullView design with an impressive 91 percent screen-to-body ratio. Continue reading Huawei MateBook X Pro Has A Camera Built Into The Keyboard

iameco Has A Wooden Laptop That Is Designed To Be Truly Sustainable

You can’t say you are a ‘green’ person if you are still using a conventional laptop. What you need to complete your ‘green’ status is this: an eco-friendly wooden laptop like the iameco D4R Wooden Laptop you see here. I am not even kidding you. This laptop broke the convention by going with a wood chassis over the usual plastic or aluminum. Now, if that isn’t super cool, I don’t what is. The Dublin’s company idea of sustainability does not stop at wood; longevity is also a priority. By making the product last three times longer over conventional laptops on the market – lasting up to 10 years – iameco also help to slow down e-waste from piling up the landfills. Continue reading iameco Has A Wooden Laptop That Is Designed To Be Truly Sustainable

Xiaomi’s Latest Gaming Laptop With ‘Flagship’ Specs Costs Under $1K

If the high price tags of today’s gaming laptop have been a roadblock to you owning one, you may want to take a look at the Xiaomi 8th Generation Gaming Laptop. Described as the an “e-sports performance monster,” the beauty of this mobile gaming beast from the China’s electronics giant is beyond skin deep. Under the hood, it gets up to 8th generation Intel Core i7 processor with up to 16 GB DDR4 2666 MHz RAM and a hard drive setup comprising of a 256 GB PCIe SSD and 1 TB HDD, and up to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 GPU with 6 GB DDR5 VRAM. Continue reading Xiaomi’s Latest Gaming Laptop With ‘Flagship’ Specs Costs Under $1K

ASUS’ Project Precog Is A Laptop With 2 Screens And No Physical Keyboard

Every laptop that came out these days are just another laptop. Even Apple, arguably the forerunner of innovations, remain pretty much stagnant. The last “innovations” the Cupertino tech giant did was the not very rave Touchbar. However, things are set to change with ASUS Project Precog, a concept dual screen laptop that has no physical keyboard. Continue reading ASUS’ Project Precog Is A Laptop With 2 Screens And No Physical Keyboard

ASUS ZenBook Pro 15 Is 18.9mm Thin And Intel i9-powered

ASUS’ phones may not be the most well received or the most innovative, but the Taiwanese tech company sure knows a thing or two about making desirable super laptops. Case-in-point, the ASUS ZenBook Pro 15 Laptop. What makes this laptop stands out from the sea of competitions is, it is thin, like 18.9mm thin but yet, it has no slouch in the spec sheet. Continue reading ASUS ZenBook Pro 15 Is 18.9mm Thin And Intel i9-powered

Meet Mi Mini PC, A Pocket-size Device That Is Actually A Full-fledged PC

For some reasons, some folks somewhere in Hong Kong think that the market is in need of a portable, pocket-sized PC and so, they came up with a miniature personal computer called Mi Mini PC. Judging from its overwhelming reception on Indiegogo, I guess these folks may have nailed it. Last checked, the flexible goal campaign with a target of just $20,000 is already 4,300 percent (!) funded, rolling in nearly $860K from over 10,000 backers. Continue reading Meet Mi Mini PC, A Pocket-size Device That Is Actually A Full-fledged PC

Will DELL’s New XPS 15 And Inspiron AIO Make You Ditch Apple?

DELL has taken the wrap a new 15-inch laptop, the XPS 15 and a new AIO, Inspiron 15 7000. Will they be enough to make me ditch Apple? My answer is, maybe, but it is Windows, which kind of a meh. TBH, it is the OS that has kept me away from DELL. OK. Maybe to some extend, the pricing over here. Anyways, so here it is, the DELL XPS 15 and boy, is it a beauty. Just look at those super narrow bezel offers by its InfinityEdge display. Not only does it make the laptop look sleek, but it also makes the overall size a tad smaller. Speaking of which, it is just about the size of 14-inch variety and weighs a lightweight 1.8 kg (4 lbs). And it is super slim too, measuring 11-17 mm. Continue reading Will DELL’s New XPS 15 And Inspiron AIO Make You Ditch Apple?

Google And Acer Brings Chrome OS To Tablet For Education Purposes

For some reasons, Google thought that the tablet needs an OS other than the Android OS. Seriously, I am baffled. Why Google need to time, energy and money to massage the Chrome OS, now running on Chrome laptop, to run tablets as well. And it is not even a joke. It is really happening. Chrome OS tablet is happening, starting with Acer Chromebook Tab 10the first tablet to run on Chrome OS. I can understand you need Android Wear for smartwatch, but Chrome OS for tablets opposed to the norm of Android OS? What? I just don’t get it, really. Continue reading Google And Acer Brings Chrome OS To Tablet For Education Purposes

Microsoft Quietly Slips Two Sizes Of Surface Book 2 Into The Market

Sometimes I really don’t get what some consumer product makers are trying to achieve. They came up with a product that they obviously want to sell, yet, not only did they launch it quietly, but they deny the public of the marketing materials publicly available on places like, say, YouTube. The Microsoft Surface Book 2 is one such example. You see, prior to picking up the news, we saw a video put up on Microsoft Surface YouTube channel which I personally subscribed to. When trying to embed the video in my draft article, we noted the video “is unlisted” and was advised to “be considerate and think twice before sharing.” Obviously, I can just ignore it and go ahead and share it anyway, but I honor the words and thus, you won’t see embedded video of it in this post. Continue reading Microsoft Quietly Slips Two Sizes Of Surface Book 2 Into The Market