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Laptops are a perfect solution for those on move. You can carry it basically anywhere you go, making laptop very flexible piece of electronics. On the downside, they might not be as comfortable to use than desktops. You’ll find our laptop reviews below in different categories. Read on…

The MSI GL62M 7RE-407 is a gaming laptop that offers respectable performance at midrange pricing. It isn’t the most powerful system we’ve seen recently, but if you’re upgrading from an entry-level system with a GTX 970 graphics can, it has a lot going for it. Starting…
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The ASUS ZenBook Flip UX360CA-AH51T is a midrange convertible-hybrid laptop with solid feature set including all-day battery life, enough muscle for day-to-day and multimedia tasks, and a premium design. It starts at , but packs a variety of judicious upgrades (a 7th Generation Intel Core…
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The latest Acer Aspire E 15 (E5-575G-57D4) , a midrange desktop-replacement laptop, has been updated with a set of new features and components that push it from average to top of the class. Last year’s Acer Aspire E15 (E5-575G-53VG)  was among the first reasonably priced, large-screen laptops…
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With Nvidia’s [Walmart search Pascal graphics] architecture hitting the market “fast en’ furious,” gamers and power users are getting more bang for the buck than ever before. We’re now seeing powerful –yet affordable– cards making their ways into the gaming laptop category. Its GTX 1060…
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For a general-use laptop, sometimes all you need is a competent, nice, and not-too-expensive system with decent features that can suffice for schoolwork, office tasks, enthusiast-level image and video editing, or simply surfing the Web. The ASUS F556UA-UH71  checks all these boxes; by refreshingly adding a…
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Unobtrusive, versatile, and reasonably priced, the Dell Inspiron i5567-5473GRY  is an appealing desktop-replacement laptop for work and school. It offers a stunning 1080p touch display –which so far sets it apart from the competition–, a premium-feeling chassis, and a useful array of ports. It isn’t…
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The launch of new PC components is often received with a bunch of mixed reactions among tech enthusiasts, but nothing compares to late 2016, when we saw manufacturers rush to release more svelte ultrabooks and other up their game in terms of processing power. Of…
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New generations of PC components have a way to make consumers smile, as we are often treated to an evolving PC landscape with powerful systems becoming affordable. Case in point: the late 2016-launch of Pascal-based graphic cards by Nvidia has brought desktop performance to the…
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