We reviewed the MSI GF63 8RC last year, while we generally love the laptop’s design, however, the lack of SSD in 2019 left us with
Intel has dominated the desktop and laptop computing for years. It has come to a point that the non-tech-savvy general consumers only recognize a PC’s
Earlier this year we reviewed the ILLEGEAR SELENITE and we are blown away by its sheer performance at a reasonable price tag. Before the year ends, ILLEGEAR Malaysia manages to pull everything together to release the all-new 17.3-inch SELENITE Pro. This new machine boasts an updated chassis design as well as hardware refresh such as the 240Hz display. Let us dive deep into the laptop and you may decide if this will be your 2020’s gaming laptop.
Within the ASUS ROG lineup of laptops, the Zephyrus stands out as it is classified as the company’s series of thin and light gaming laptops. Continuing the tradition of being a thin and light gaming laptop, the ROG Zephyrus M GU502 is created.
ROG has been experimenting on their products all these while and last year we saw the company dropped a huge surprise on us with the
We have seen how laptop manufacturers and accessories makers trying out ideas on secondary for laptops, for instance, Razer Project Valerie’s attached triple display or
Alienware is definitely the OG when it comes to gaming brands. They’ve been in the industry making these computers with a fancy alien-themed aesthetics with decked out hardware for the longest time. Fast forward to 2019 – and we have a lot more gaming-oriented brands. How does the latest Alienware m17 R2 compete with others? Let’s take a look at this review.
When the market is full of high-end and expensive gaming laptop models, sometimes, what a casual gamer really wants is an affordable yet good performing
When we reviewed the ASUS VivoBook Ultra A512 a few months ago, we expressed our love for its simplicity and especially in the design department. It stood out from the crowd while looking as simple as possible. Today, we have the brand new ASUS VivoBook S15 S531F that was first shown off during Computex 2019.