It’s been eight years since Microsoft first introduced its Surface family of devices. Since then it has gone from just a tablet computer to a whole ecosystem and now includes devices like headphones, desktops and laptops.
When it comes to gaming laptops, most people will gravitate towards the likes of Asus, Razer and Alienware. But for the past few years, Lenovo has been releasing their own gaming machines under the Legion line.
When it comes to Windows laptops, one of my favourites each year is Dell’s XPS 13. For the past few years, Dell has continually improved upon each previous model and this year’s Model 9300 (aka 2020) is no exception.
When it comes to thin and light Windows laptops, there are a few brands that come to mind such as Dell or HP. But for the past few years, Huawei has been getting up there with their MateBook lineup.
When it comes to laptops, there are hundreds to choose from in different form factors and designed differently. But if you want a lightweight laptop that offers great specs, your options can soon shrink.
Dell’s XPS 13 lineup has been one of the top laptops of the past few years. Fast forward to 2019 and the company is trying to continue that success by relaunching the XPS 13 2-in-1 with the 7390 which has a new design and better specs.
All-in-One computers are great for a couple of reasons, one they can take up less space on your desk, they are easier to set up and also come in a complete package.
Google’s Chrome OS devices are in a weird position now, after the disappointment that was the Pixel Slate, the company has shifted focus away from tablets and more on laptops.
While Intel is dominating the market with their Core series processors, AMD is catching up with their Ryzen chipset.
For the past couple of years, one of the best Windows laptops you can buy has been Dell’s XPS lineup, specifically their XPS 13.