Browsing: Power Laptops

Power laptops need lots of CPU resources and memory. Hard drive space should also be plenty, especially if you are dealing with big files. You might also prefer big screen in some cases such as when editing big images.

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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The epitome of a midrange gaming laptop is one whose price below what we see in the expanse of high-end systems, but still excites on muscle and power. The ASUS GL753VE-DS74  tosses the dice in the right direction, for that matter, by ringing a price…
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For PCVerge’s dedicated staff of editors, lead analysts and reviewers testing and analyzing hordes of tech gadgets, 2016 has been a pretty successful year. It’s been an year where we’ve seen tech giants release new gadgets into the markets, some systems get smaller, varying successes…
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Sometimes getting a gaming laptop that offers solid performance at a very reasonable price is never easy, but the ASUS ZX53VW-AH58 , and a few others, do come with impressive features affordably. This system is powerful enough to provide a smooth gaming experience on all but…
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The HP Spectre X2 12-a009nr will appeal to you if you fancy a touch-screen tablet in a full fledged Windows 10 PC that you can easily carry around. It has a speedy, but power-efficient Intel Core M5 processor, 4G LTE capability and is packed with…
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The ASUS K501UW-AB78  is a gaming laptop that perfectly blends general use and gaming. This is one of those systems that are powerful enough to provide a smooth gaming experiences, but eschews the random lights and logos that otherwise shout “gamer”. It can be comfortably…
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