Basic laptops are meant for light home and office use. You might do Internet browsing, e-mail writing and Skyping with them. Basic laptops don’t need a lot of power or fancy extras. Rather, an ideal basic laptop is affordable and easy to use.
Users on the market for a low-budget computing solution are often forced to make a Hobbesian decision between laptops with mediocre performance or Chromebooks that can’t support Windows applications. While tablets are now very popular,…Read More
Chromebooks seem to be gaining traction lately, and we are now seeing newer units with better processing power, sleek designs and portability to match. Case in point: the Lenovo 100s Chromebook (80QN0009US) boosts an 11.6-inch display,…Read More
The year 2015 has witnessed supremacy battles in release of convertibles from various manufacturers flooding the affordable laptop market thereby leaving users spoilt for choice. The ASUS Transformer Book T100HA-C4-GR comes into the competition to…Read More
The Toshiba Chromebook 2 CB35-C3300 (2015 model) comes improve on the original Chromebook that we saw last year with a Broadwell Celeron processor, Full HD display, long battery life, backlit keyboard and an integrated virus…Read More
The Toshiba Satellite L75-C7234 is a desktop replacement laptop with little-to-no bells and whistles, except for a very large screen (it is a big as they get), an Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB memory, massive…Read More
The ASUS X550ZA-WB11 looks and feels like a premium desktop-replacement laptop. If all you need is good-looking laptop with class-leading performance for home, office or school use without breaking your bank, then you should read…Read More
If you require power and speed, you don’t have to skimp when it comes to choosing a PC. The 14-inch Lenovo S41 (80JU000VUS) has many work-friendly features, like the latest 5th Generation Intel Core i5…Read More