Showing posts with label laptop. Show all posts
Showing posts with label laptop. Show all posts

Monday, 25 June 2018

What is the Best Laptop Under $1000 in 2018?

Best Laptop Under $1000?

Laptop under $1000 - Which one is best for your use?

Regular laptop users always look for a high-quality model at a lower price. Especially a laptop under $1000 is affordable to most of the users. However, it is not easy to get a good laptop within this range. The manufacturers try to adjust the features while controlling the price rate. For instance, some of the laptops may have powerful CPU, while their build quality is lower than others. As a laptop buyer, you can try to check out whether your chosen model has a balance of all the features. You may also focus on those specs that are most useful to you.

We have researched on various models of laptop under $1000, and made a list of them to help you in purchasing the right one. We have picked the products from the most reputable brands in the laptop and computer market.

Best Laptop under $1000 :Acer's Aspire E 15

We have chosen it as the first model in our list of low-priced laptops. With a crosshatch patterned matte lid and black colored plastic, Aspire E 15 have a solid and sturdy structure. This is a 15.6-inch model with a brushed aluminum deck. On the left-hand side, there are USB connectors (3.0), VGA-out and Ethernet port. Aspire E 15 includes Core i3 processor, and its colorful display works with 1080p. On the right-hand side, there are audio jack and DVD drive. You can get 1TB 5,400-rpm and 4GB RAM as the storage space.

This laptop has decent keyboard that gives you a good feel, while the 10-key numeric pad is another organized feature. The layout of the keys is of god standard. However, the backlight system of keyboard has no option for adjusting the level of brightness.

Now, while talking about the display, we can say that there is 1920 by 1080 panel. This panel helps you in watching any film trailer in detail.

We do not want to call Aspire E 15 as the gaming laptop. Still, you can play lots of games with this system. But, it is slight thicker than other models, like Dell Inspiron 15 5000. There is no touch-sensitive screen on this laptop.

The battery charge of Aspire E 15 can last all through your working hours. You have to recharge it after nine hours of continuous working with the system.

Latest Technology Laptop under $1000: Acer Spin 5 

We have chosen another product of Acer that has a low-price range. Its weight is only 3.3lbs, and the model is very thin. The dark-gray colored lid may make you think that the laptop is just a metal piece. The silver logo is present on it.

The remains surrounded with the thick bezels, while the deck looks like the lid. On the laptop’s left side, there are USB ports, HDMI output and USB-C. The display size is 13.3 inches, and it gives a good look to the laptop. Speaker system of this model is at the top portion, and that is why it is able to produce louder sound.

The laptop design is convertible, and it includes a hinge that can rotate 360 degrees. There is also integrated microphone and fingerprint sensor. For connectivity, you can use Bluetooth.

However, the battery charge of this laptop lasts for seven hours, and in this case, other laptops of competitive brands can beat it. Due to consistent use, the laptop can turn out little amount of heat. This, the manufacturer has added a vent for redirecting this heat away from you.

User Friendly Laptop under $1000: Dell Inspiron 15 7000

While you are looking for a gaming laptop at a lower price, you can choose it. The combination of red and black color has created the smartest look. The lid is soft to touch, and you can find Dell’s red logo on it. The screen has the resolution value of 1080p, while its size is 15.6 inches. However, the audio quality of this laptop is average as the speaker needs to be little louder. This laptop has RAM memory of 8GB and SSD of 256GB.

Now, let’s talk about the battery. While you use internet continuously through Wi-Fi, the battery lasts for 7 hours. At the time of gaming, you have to place the laptop on the desk or table. However, when you are playing game continuously, the touchpad and the base may gain some heat.

This Inspiron 15 model includes different ports, including 3 USB-A and USB-C port, SD slot, headphone jack and Ethernet jack. Its keyboard blends letter with red colored backlights, and its touchpad looks different due to the red perimeter. Although there is nothing new in the design, you will surely get pleased with the slight modifications that Dell has introduced to its laptops.

Budget Friendly Laptop under $1000 Alienware 13

For those, who are looking for a VR-ready laptop, this product is the right option. The 1440p OLED screen has made this laptop differentiated from others. 6GB RAM and GTX 1060 GPU are other notable features of this laptop. Moreover, 512GB SSD has offered you much space. Motherboard has limited space for using M.2 sticks.

There is also 6GB graphics card that works for most of the applications. However, you can find an option of using graphics amplifier, which is able to work with Nvidia cards and AMD. While you have plugged the amplifier, it performs its work.

The design of this laptop is attractive with a sturdy build. The weight of this product 5.8 pounds, and it is little heavier that seventeen-inch laptops. The aluminum structure has made the design much resilient.

This is a touchscreen laptop with 1440p resolution, which enables you to enjoy sharp pictures. There is a backlit system on the keyboard, while the trackpad also has RGB lights.

Thus, while you are looking for a reliable laptop under $1000, you may pick any of the above products for your use. However, you should also check out the accurate price rate of every laptop. As lots of users look for low price range laptops, we have chosen all these products for them.

Tuesday, 9 August 2016

How the World’s Thinnest Laptop Measures Up to the MacBook Air


HP Spectre – Thinnest Laptop – Impressive Machine

The HP’s Spectre laptop the thinnest laptop in the world is said to be only 0.3cm thinner than the MacBook Air and is considered to be one impressive machine. The HP Spectre is 1.4cm thick weighing around 1.1 kg while the 13” MacBook Air is said to be 1.7cm thick and weighs 1.8 kg. Overlooking the minor variances with regards to dimensions and weight, HP Spectre has taken the technology and the design to an incomparable level.

The MacBook tends to have simple design with all the laptops of the tech company, in silver, pink, grey or gold casing with the Apple logo towards the centre of the lid. But the HP Spectre has utilised artisan materials together with outstanding skill in the creations of an expensive looking device.

Carbon fibre and aluminium skill has been used in the device with a two-tone finish on the gold-coloured spine which is the first thing appealing to the eye. The HP logo in gold towards the centre of the lid is also attractive against the black background. The piston hinges cleverly crafted that have been used to life and lower the display, have been hidden within the laptop when the lid is closed.

Vulnerable to Fingerprints

The golden spine is said to be vulnerable to fingerprints and those with OCD could find their finish to be troublesome in keeping it spotless. While the Apple’s MacBook is driven by a 1.6GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor, the HP Spectre is said to have a 2,5GHz 6th Gen Intel Core i5 as well as i7 processors which means that the Spectre is somewhat faster with regards to the daily task and is also equipped better to handle additional complex things like editing images or video.

The manufacturer has utilised breakthrough hyperbaric cooling technology to ensure that the HP Spectre is capable of handling the performance provided by the i7 processor without overheating, which tends to actively draw in cool air, instead of just venting out heat.

Both the laptops are said to come with full size, backlit keyboards together with all-glass trackpad that seem to have little to no variance in its functions. Besides this both the laptops tend to have 8GB of memory and also have standard 256GB of storage that can be organized to 512GB flash storage.

Operating System Differs

The MacBook Air tends to have a slightly improved battery life of up to 12 hours while the HP Spectre seems to have only nine hours. With regards to audio, the MacBook Air has the standard stereo speakers that have been utilised by Apple.

The HP Spectre on the contrary tends to have stereo speaker custom-tuned in partnership with specialists at Bang & Olufsen. The speakers is stated to have an audio boost giving outstanding clarity as well as more dynamic sound and on using both the devices, the HP is said to be much more remarkable.

Apparently the operating system tends to differ with MacBook utilising OS X and the HP Spectre utilising Windows 10 and the connectivity provided by the devices also tend to differ. The MacBook Air has two USB 3 ports, a thunderbolt 2 port and a MagSafe 2 power port together with a headphone jack.

 The HP Spectre, on the flip side has opted for three USB Type-C ports, which is a next generation industry standard providing ultra-fast data transfer speed along with device charging and video output.

Friday, 7 March 2014

Samsung Announces New Chromebook 2 Series in Leather Finish

Chromebook 2
The new entry-level notebooks from Samsung with Google's operating system, called Chrome books, will provide housing cover with leather. Samsung has done away with all the internet rumors and his second Chromebook Series announced: The new models with Chrome OS available in two sizes 11.6 and 13.3 inches, and they stand out by their cover in leather look.

The devices cost 230-290 Euros and come in April in the U.S. market. The Samsung Chromebook 2 with a 13.3 -inch display has a 1920x1080 Full HD resolution. Inside the model tinkers an Exynos -5- Octa- processor from Samsung with four cores and 2.1 GHz. Four gigabytes DDR3L memory ensures a brisk speed with low power consumption. Samsung indicates that the batteries of the Chormebooks can support 8.5 hours backup.

The unit has been marked with the price tag of 290 euros, comes in gray in color and weighs around 1.4 kg. The smaller of the two new Samsung Chromebook has a HD resolution of 1366x768 on 11.6- inch display. It has the same memory and processor as the 13.3- inch version, but the processor has a lower clock speed of 1.9 gigahertz. The laptop battery lasts up to eight hours of operation according to Samsung. The Chromebook is available in black and white, it weighs 1.1 kg and costs around 230 Euros.

Both Chormebooks Series 2 are Chromebook typically equipped with a meager 16 gigabytes of storage, and it can be expandable by cloud storage. The other features are an HDMI, USB 2.0, USB 3.0 port, microSD slot and a 720p webcam. Samsung is the leading manufacturer in the market for Chromebooks in the United States and in 2013 alone 60 percent of the Chromebooks originated from the South Korean manufacturer, the first laptop with Chrome OS released in 2011.

Sunday, 8 December 2013

Are you interested in buying a laptop?

buying a laptop

Getting Bored and confused from all the advices that you’ve heard till now?

Buying a laptop is not a simple process of “buying a fruit”.

I’m not here to present you the names of the best laptop manufacturers. After all every laptop have its own pros and cons. Here are some steps that clear off the fog from your head so that you can get a clear idea. So kindly go through all the stuffs which are given below before buying a laptop and the main criteria are as follows;

1.Estimate your need and budget

First estimate your need. Why are you interested in buying a laptop? Is it because everyone around you has one? Or is it you want it badly to replace with your PC? It might be anything. Fix your budget accordingly.

2.A quick peek in reviews

Drastic times call for drastic measures. If you badly need a laptop then you must also take your own interest in knowing about the laptop.

Go through websites where you get information about all kind of laptops. Go through the reviews of each company. Persons who have already bought laptops would’ve posted regarding the complaints or problems/issues faced by them or their feedback.

Compare the performances of different laptops and choose accordingly to your needs.

3.Types of Laps

I’ve listed some laps based on needs and the various purposes. For example,suppose if you are a person who travels with lotsof light weight and in such cases, portable laptops are comfortable to use.

Net-book: Low budgeted, Long battery life, No CD drives and they are used for students.

Ultra thin: Field works and other mobile purposes.

Thin and Light: Occasional travel purpose. Satisfactory features.

All purpose laptops: Better computational facility. Better displays and graphics. Low battery life.
Desktop replacements: High computational capacity, Low battery life and has excellent display and resolution.

Tabs: Suited best for Artists and field works.


Then look onto the basic features provided by all the companies. For example USB attachments and CD drives are the most basic features in all laptops. Get to know the laptop better before buying. Know to its core.

5.Additional features

Get a dry run before buying a laptop.

Look for additional features such as web camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth facilities, memory card readers. 4GB RAMs are preferable. If you need a lot of storage space then 500GB laptops are the minimum requirements for you.

Some companies might give you warranty offers that might put you to interest. Also look for the nearest service centers and enquire them regarding the services offered by them.

I think after this you might have a clear idea. If so browse for the reviews and details and choose wise.

Friday, 26 April 2013

Chromebook Versus Laptop?

Who is Google’s Chromebook for? Can it really replace a laptop or is it just a really expensive browser? That’s what I tried and am still trying to figure out. Are people buying the Chromebook just because it has Google’s signature all over or is it really that good?
But first…
What Exactly Is The Chromebook?
Maybe you haven’t heard about it.  After all, if I spend all my time between Microsoft Word and my web browser, that doesn’t mean you all do too.
So, there’s a simple concept behind it - to run just about everything within the Chrome browser, obviously with Google’s services and apps taking care of your document storing and management, email, calendar and more.  Some major selling points are the 8-second boot time and a lengthy 8-hour battery life. Plus, the Chromebook comes with a solid state disk drive, which means it’s unlikely your disk drive will crash in case you drop your Chromebook, for example.
So, What Makes It Different From An Average Laptop?
The Chromebook has no file management system whatsoever. With cloud storage being all the rage these days, the Chromebook might seem like the obvious replacement for laptops. But is it really? Think about it – you cannot manage files that aren’t saved on the cloud. In other words, if you have no Internet connection, you have, well, nothing.
So, it’s not really a laptop, nor is it a tablet. It’s… a £200 web browser that you can use to access your email or your calendar, write some documents and share some photos. Did I miss anything? (If you were thinking about watching videos on it, with a meagre 12.1" display, it might not be the best device for watching videos).

Advantages & Disadvantages
Price: On,Acer’s cheapest Chromebook starts at £199 while Samsung’s Chromebook Wifi sells at £223 and it looks like the prices are dropping. On the other hand, an Acer Aspire laptop starts at £315 which is a bit more expensive.
Usability: There are many apps available on Chrome’s Web Store so no reason to complain here. Plus, since everything is online, you won’t have to worry about having to install heavy programs.
Keyboard: The Chromebook’s keyboard might take some getting used to as the usual keys you’re accustomed to won’t be there. No delete key, no function keys. You’ll have to Google a bit to find the work-arounds.
Should You Buy It?
Don’t get me wrong, the Chromebook is fantastic but not as a replacement for your laptop. It’s great for when you’re travelling and need a lightweight device to stay up-to-date with your emails and meetings; or for when you want to have a Skype call to handle some quick business issues; or for when you need quick access to important documents but aren’t at the office or at home. But then again, you can use a tablet for that, if you can live without a keyboard.
At the end of the day, is comes down to what you’re looking for in a laptop. However, do keep in mind that with a Chromebook you need non-stop 24/7 connection to wireless Internet, otherwise you won’t be able to use it.

How about you – have you tried Google’s Chromebook? 
Guest post by Alexandra Gavril who writes for the dedicated server providers

Saturday, 6 August 2011

Laptop to handle like a book

Real ultraportable notebook is a concept that can be manipulated as easily as a open book. With a flexible AMOLED display, this notebook can be laminated to a browser more "realistic". The term notebook has never been so close to reality for a concept of ultraportable.