When I reviewed the Dell XPS 13, I called it the best Windows laptop so far. But when I got the new Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 to test out, I thought the same would hold true for the new model but sadly it’s not as good as the standard XPS 13.
After introducing offline viewing for Android and iOS apps back in November, Netflix has now brought the feature to Windows 10.
Microsoft has announced the release dates for the Windows 10 Creators Update, the next big update for Xbox One and will be bringing the Surface Studio to more markets.
Gaming laptops have become more and more popular these days, because they allow you to play games on the go. Some of the big names in gaming laptops that you’ve probably heard of are by Razer and Alienware (which is by Dell) but I bet you wouldn’t have guessed that HP is making gaming machines as well.
HP’s OMEN lineup is specifically tailored for gamers and I haven’t used a lot of gaming laptops but I’m liking where HP is going with the Omen 17 laptop I tested out.
I’ve been using the HP OMEN Laptop PC – 17-w018ca (W8X26UA) for a few weeks now and I wouldn’t call it the absolute best laptop out there but it is definitely great for gaming.
Dell has been around for a long time and their computers haven’t always been the best out there. But in recent years, their machines have gotten drastically better.
Dell’s lineup of laptops, especially their XPS line, have become thinner, faster and stronger, to compete with the likes of Apple’s offerings.
When Intel first introduced the world to Ultrabooks back in 2011, they were meant to be the Windows equivalent of the Apple Macbook Air. The first few Ultrabooks were good but they weren’t that great.
Now that a few years have passed, Ultrabooks are becoming more popular in the Windows side of portable computers. All the major PC manufacturers are releasing more Ultrabooks that traditional laptops. Asus is no different with their ZenBook 3.
Microsoft made a few announcements at their event in NYC, including details about the next release of Windows 10 entitled the Creator’s Update to an all-in-one desktop computer called the Surface Studio.
And in case you missed the event, you can rewatch it here.