Reviews Archive

Lenovo Y50-70 Review

Lenovo seems like rest a bit when it comes to manufacturing gaming laptops, so we jumped at the chance to check out Lenovo Y50-70 model as soon as they’re out. With the tough competition on the gaming laptop market is at the moment, with ...Read More

Asus Transformer Pad TF103C Review

Asus Transformer Pads used to be marketed as a premium alternative to Apple’s iPad. Over time, however, Asus has brought down the price, and the current Transformer Pad TF103C costs only $348 for the tablet and keyboard dock. As a tablet alone, the Asus Transformer Pad ...Read More

ASUS G751JY Review

Today we have the awesome and powerful ASUS G751JY Republic of Gamers extreme gaming laptop on our microscope.  Packed with some of the latest and greatest technology including a Maxwell GPU, the ASUS G751JY steps up to the plate to lay waste to its ...Read More

Dell Inspiron 13 7000 Review

Dell’s new 13.3-inch laptop/tablet hybrid wants you to have it all. It can function as a well-featured ultra portable notebook (including a similar MacBook-like silver color scheme, although rather than aluminum this one is plastic) and just flip the screen around, and you’ll have a ...Read More

Lenovo B50-30 Review

It’s been a long time since Lenovo took over IBM’s laptop division, but there’s still something of the business computer about this budget system. It’s functional rather than elegant, but it ticks a lot of boxes. Laptops at low prices are usually very small ...Read More

A Look into MSI PX60

We’ve seen quite a number of MSI gaming notebooks in the past few months, so this time around, they’ve come up with a notebook that’s catered more towards the multimedia-conscious crowd, such as designers, developers and casual gamer crowd with the brand new MSI ...Read More

Aorus X3 Plus Review

Aorus stated that they are centered on hardcore gamers, whatever they are. But below, its principal target appears to be on bigger numbers.  The Aorus X3 Plus isn’t any greasy, but crams in a GTX 970M with 6GB of GDDR5 and squishes 5,760,000 into ...Read More