May 2016 Notebook/Laptop Articles

Listed below are all of our news and reviews articles for May 2016. If you are looking for an article on a particular day or on a particular topic, you can use the menu on the right to narrow your search

Notebook/Laptop Articles for May of 2016

Below are the 20 Notebook/Laptop articles for May of 2016

Hands-On with Gigabyte’s Aorus Camouflaged Gaming Notebooks

Gigabyte just upgraded its high-end Aorus series gaming notebook with water-transferred camouflage patterns. Check out our hands-on look.

iRULU Walknbook 3 Review: A Budget 2-in-1 That Goes Beyond

The iRULU Walknbook 3 PC is a budget 2-in-1 Windows 10 device that hits well below the $200 price point. The question is what compromises were made in design and[...]

Technical First Look: Cooling the Acer Predator 17X

We take a closer look at Acer's “triple cooling system” inside the Predator 17X gaming notebook.

Transcend and the Changing State of Flash Memory

We took a closer look at their latest generation of consumer SSDs offered by Transcend ... and find out why you might want one inside your notebook.

Dell Latitude E5570 Review

The Latitude E5570 or Latitude 15 5000 is Dell's most recent take on the 15-inch business laptop. Keep reading to see if a quad-core processor, DDR4 memory and solid battery[...]

Apple MacBook 2016 Review: The Good, The Bad, The Expensive

The new Apple MacBook is expensive considering its specs. But it also arguably has the best hardware on the market. Does that make it a compelling product? Read on to[...]

GammaTech Durabook S15AB Review

We take a closer look at the 15-inch Durabook S15AB to see if it's the best rugged notebook for your money.

How to Buy a Smartphone: Recycling Old Cell Phones

Good smartphones are now cheap, which means good smartphones are now disposable. So what do you do with an old smartphone? Recycle it, of course!

Huawei P9 Smartphone Review: A Step In The Right Direction

With the P9, Huawei has a flagship that matches the most powerful devices on the market that is an evident improvement compared to its predecessors, especially with its rear-facing camera.

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Review (2016)

Lenovo hasn’t reinvented the wheel with its new ThinkPad X1 Carbon, but they’ve made one smooth ride. It’s smaller, more powerful and houses an incredibly attractive 14-inch display. Read our[...]

AORUS X5S v5 Review (MultiCam)

This AORUS X5S v5 is a limited edition featuring MultiCam camouflage. Read on for our review of one of the thinnest and lightest notebooks on the market with an Nvidia[...]

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet Review: Surface Pro, ThinkPad Edition

If you're going to ape a design, do it from the best. That's what it looks like Lenovo did with the ThinkPad Tablet X1, making a Surface Pro clone with[...]

Linksys LRT224 Review: A Home- and Business-Friendly VPN Router

The Linksys LRT224 Dual Wan Gigabit VPN Router is a business-class router with features and a design suitable for both small and home-based businesses.

How to Buy a Chinese Smartphone

There are excellent smartphones coming out of China. And they’re cheap! While some have a small foothold in the US, most only ship to other overseas markets. So how do[...]

LG G5 Smartphone Review: Excellent Camera, Modular Design

The LG G5 is a unique Android smartphone with a modular design. It also has a spec sheet to match the best of the best. With steep competition from Samsung,[...]

Upcoming Tech: Nvidia’s “Pascal” Graphics for Notebooks

Nvidia’s recent announcement of its “Pascal” graphics architecture has the tech community swooning – here’s a preview of what to expect on the mobile front.

Lenovo ThinkPad 13 Review

The new ThinkPad 13 isn't the thinnest, lightest, or even the best Ultrabook on the market. Nevertheless, this entry-level business laptop has quite a bit to offer for your money[...]

What Printer Cables Do I Need?

Today’s wireless printers still have ports that enable you to hardwire them to computers, and there are a number of practical reasons why you may want to do this.

Hands-On with Gigabyte’s Aero 14 Gaming Notebook

Gigabyte’s new Aero 14 gaming notebook is just 0.78 inches tall, yet packs an Nvidia GTX 970M graphics card. Here’s our first look.

Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 460 Review

The ThinkPad Yoga 460 may be Lenovo's most adaptable laptop to date. Armed with a 360-degree display and digitizer pen, this laptop serves as a business notebook and tablet. Read[...]