Lenovo Yoga 700 (14.1in) review – different Yoga, same flaws

Lenovo’s had a fair few attempts at convertible laptops over the years, ranging from high-end machines like the Lenovo Yoga 900 right through to hybrid business devices like the newly announced Yoga-brand ThinkPad X1. Here,...

Lenovo Yoga 900 review – Practically as thin but this hybrid is now far...

It wasn't the fastest laptop around but we liked last year's Yoga 3 Pro with its smart-looking “watchband hinge” it combined cutting-edge design with practicality. Now Lenovo is looking to patch its one...

Acer Chromebook R11 review – quality design in a bargain package

Chromebooks never been what you could call 'premium'. At least not with a straight face. The two Chromebook Pixels Google launched over the last couple of years are the expensive exceptions that...

MSI GS40 6QE Phantom Notebook Review

There are not many smaller than 15.4-inch devices that can handle very demanding games. It is easier (and less expensive) to integrate powerful GPUs into larger cases due to the power...

Schenker XMG P406 (Clevo P640RE) Notebook Review

Just like the Schenker XMG P506 we reviewed back in October 2015, you can also configure the 14-inch Schenker XMG P406 (base price 1399 Euros/~$1525) comprehensively on the homepage of the manufacturer. All configurations are...

Asus ZenFone Selfie ZD551KL Smartphone Review

Two cameras. Selfies are more popular than ever, which is why Asus now sells a matching smartphone. The ZenFone Selfie is equipped with two 13 MP cameras, so is it the...

Acer Predator 17 review

If you thought Alienware had the outlandish gaming laptop covered, think again. Along with the Asus RoG and HP Omen series, Acer has now joined the party with its outrageous Acer Predator...

A closer look at AMD Polaris graphics

At CES this week AMD previewed its next graphics processor family--the first to employ a new process technology in five years. AMD also demonstrated a 'mainstream' Radeon GPU based on the...

Asus Republic of Gamers G751JT review

Just one look at the Asus Republic of Gamers G751JT is enough to tell you it’s a gaming laptop. With a large 17.3in screen and decidedly non-shoulder-friendly 4.8kg bulk, it’s not...

Nvidia kicks its automotive efforts into high gear

Nvidia is no newcomer to the car business. But this was the first year that the chipmaker--better known for developing GeForce GPUs for desktop gaming--chose to focus almost exclusively on automotive...

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