The laptop does cost a little over Rs 1.2 lakhs and issues like USB 2.0, soft speakers, and the tendency to run hot just can’t be ignored.
Intel's Ice Lake CPU with Iris Plus graphics sounds the death knell for dedicated entry-level GPUs
A gaming laptop that doesn't try to sear retinas with excess RGB is indeed a welcome change.
Dual-screen laptops are no longer science fiction, but they're still too early to go mainstream.
The ASUS TUF Gaming FX505DT is an impressive entry-point for someone buying their first gaming laptop.
This laptop is as close to perfect as I can expect a gaming laptop to be.
The Asus TUF FX705 does indeed prove to be quite an interesting choice for the casual gamer.
The Ideapad 330S features a pleasant screen and offers adequate performance for the average user.
This is a beast of a machine, but I don't think it's ridiculous enough to be spectacular.
This isn’t an exciting laptop. As the title suggests, it’s simply a stolid performer that can get the job done, nothing more, nothing less.
The ThinkPad L470 is a bulky, boxy device, but it's designed to be reliable rather than to turn heads. It's a laptop for people who need to work.
For a laptop experience to qualify as tolerable, it must offer a good display and adequate performance for the tasks at hand.
Acer’s Aspire S13 is slim, light, well-built and more powerful than the Air; it’s also more expensive. It does seem like a great device, but is it worth it?
Asus EeeBook X205TA review: For students on a budget; but low storage and no USB 3.0 port are downers
We review the Asus EeeBook X205TA which is trying to get back the netbook category in vogue. Will it succeed? Let's find out