Lenovo Unveils the Yoga Slim 7i Pro Laptop with OLED Display – Tempemail

Lenovo has unveiled the 14-inch Yoga Slim 7i Pro laptop which now offers consumers a choice of an LCD or super-vibrant OLED display. The laptop features the latest 11th Gen Intel Core mobile processors with Intel Iris Xe graphics, or up to NVIDIA GeForce MX450 discrete graphics. With an OLED Continue Reading

Galaxy Book S laptop review: Samsung and Intel’s silent road warrior | Samsung

The Samsung Galaxy Book S is no ordinary laptop as it contains one of Intel’s brand new “hybrid” processors designed to give PCs smartphone-like battery life while running regular Windows 10. The Book S follows the Book Flex in Samsung’s return to the UK PC market, but is confusingly available Continue Reading

Samsung Galaxy Book Flex review: long battery laptop with fold-back screen | Technology

Samsung has returned to the consumer laptop market in the UK with a series of new machines led by the Galaxy Book Flex. Unlike most of the PC market, the Book Flex is refreshingly only available in one version in the UK with a choice of silver or blue, costing Continue Reading

Dell XPS 13 2020 review: a fantastic but flawed laptop | Dell

Dell’s XPS 13 squeezes more screen, more power and even Windows Hello face recognition into a tiny frame, but trips up over software issues. The XPS 13 is Dell’s top-of-the-line compact laptop and starts at £1,349. Various models with different processors, storage and screen resolutions are available. The XPS line Continue Reading

Dynabook Portégé A30-E-18W – The Quintessential Business Laptop | Tempemail

Sourced from Stuff. With an 8th generation Intel Core i5-8250U processor and 8 gigabytes of onboard RAM, the Portégé will fly swiftly through whatever office work you may put in front of it. The massive 8 gigs of memory, a huge figure for a machine as small as the portégé, Continue Reading

Apple MacBook Air review: 2020’s near-perfect consumer laptop | Technology

Apple’s latest MacBook Air has a new, fixed and more satisfying keyboard, improved processors and gets a price drop. From the outside essentially nothing has changed. The new 2020 MacBook Air looks just like the revamped machine launched in 2018, except it costs £200 less than its predecessor, with the Continue Reading

Graphics card, motherboard, and laptop shipments crashed last month

What just happened? The PC industry is one of several being hammered by the coronavirus outbreak, with shipments of motherboards and graphics cards likely to hit record lows by the end of the quarter. Laptop sales also dipped drastically last month, and the trend is expected to continue. According to Continue Reading

Nvidia supercharges core counts with new MX350 and MX330 laptop GPUs

In a nutshell: Nvidia has quietly unveiled two new budget laptop graphics cards, the Pascal-based MX350 and MX330. The former carries a core count of 640 and the latter 384, which is two-thirds more and a half more than the preceding MX250 and MX230, respectively. The new pair won’t be Continue Reading