HP Japan has just released the Elite x2 1011 G1 with prices starting from 128,800 yen ($1035) and going up to 200,000 yen ($1608). It is a 2 in 1 laptop where you can detach the screen allowing you to use it as a standalone windows 10 tablet. HP Elite x2 1011 G1 lowest configuration gets you Intel Core M-5Y10c / 4GB / 128GB while the highest one features Core M-5Y71 / 8GB / 256GB. HP Elite x2 1011 G1 review starts below.
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Lenovo Flex 3 is a 11.6 inch laptop PC with Yoga style where you can rotate the display by 360 degrees. Lenovo Flex 3 specifications include Celeron N2840 processor (2 core 2 thread, clock 2.16GHz / 2.58GHz, cache 1MB, TDP / SDP 7.5W / 4.5W), 2GB / PC3-10600 DDR3L 1,333MHz RAM, 500 GB hard disk, 11.6-inch 1,366 × 768 dot (glossy) multi touch display and a battery life of 5.6 hours in real world conditions.
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Few days back MSI GS30 2M Shadow with G-Dock was launched. The concept is very similar to what we saw in the Sony Vaio Z 2011 model where the company installed the powerful discrete GPU in a separate power media dock.
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Sony Vaio Z 2015 is the latest offering from the Japanese giant and the company is taking orders on Sony Store for around $ 1600 (190,000 Japanese Yen). Since we could not wait for Sony to launch it in US, we have reviewed the Japanese model here.
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Have you been looking for an in-depth review of this highly anticipated netbook/notebook from SONY? How is the self-proclaimed size-zero, ultra slim notebook in terms of performance? Is its over-a-grand price worth it? Read the full review by clicking on the title!
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