Dell XPS 13 9315 notebook with 12th Gen Intel Core processors launched in India; Price starts at 1,39,990

Dell on Thursday announced the all-new XPS 13 2-in-1 laptop in India. The Dell XPS 13 comes with a compact design offering a 3K resolution and sRGB color space. It comes powered by Intel’s 12th generation processor and has up to 1TB of SSD storage. The new notebook comes in the premium segment priced between Rs 1,00,000 to Rs 2,00,000. Dell XPS 13 9315 specifications The Dell XPS 13 9315 is a new laptop by the American giant. It comes with a 2-in-1 design, allowing you to use it as both laptop and a tablet device. Interestingly, it also comes with a Stylus pen support that has 4,096 pressure-sensitive points.

Xiaomi NoteBook Pro 120G, Smart TV X Series launch set for August 30

Xiaomi has teased it will hold an event on August 30 to launch a new high-end laptop and a 4K Android-powered television. The Xiaomi NoteBook Pro 120G and the Smart TV X Series are launching next week, which Xiaomi India has revealed on its website. The company also revealed the key specifications of the upcoming smart television on its website. A dedicated section of the website has confirmed that the Xiaomi Smart TV X Series will come in 43-inch, 50-inch, and 55-inch panel sizes. The design shows minimal bezels on the televisions, and the TVs will support two-pronged stands on each side. The tagline “4K. Your New Resolution.” confirms 4K

New report suggests HP foldable OLED notebook news is coming soon

HP’s latest cutting-edge laptop is reportedly a 17-inch 4K foldable. What you need to know An HP 17-inch 4K OLED foldable notebook is in the works. A new report indicates new details about the under-wraps device. Approximately 10,000 units are estimated to be on the docket and the foldable is believed to be targeting a late 2022 or early 2023 debut. Gear up for the age of device flexibility, as foldable laptops are on the horizon. We already had ASUS’ ZenBook 17-inch Fold OLED make its mark at CES 2022, and now it looks like HP is prepping its own surprise in the form of a 17-inch 4K OLED laptop.

Dell's XPS 13 (9310) is the best 13-inch notebook you can buy right now

There are plenty of 13-inch notebooks out there to choose from, but which ones make the list of best Windows laptop options you can buy for the money? Luckily for you, it’s a great time to be shopping for a Windows laptop. We’ve rounded up some of the best 13-inch notebooks available to make your purchasing decision easier. Best overall: Dell XPS 13 (9310) There haven’t been any huge revisions to the Dell XPS 13 (9310) in 2021, but Dell did offer up more configuration options for enhanced choice. As well as rocking newer Intel 11th Gen mobile processors, the company added the option for a new 3.5K (3456×2160) Samsung

Razer Book 13: It’s a 4K 16:10 Notebook, with 3840x2400 Resolution!

According to Razer, among the top requests from its users (aside from a toaster) is a more work-focused commercial style product using the same design identity as its popular Razer Blade and Blade Stealth series. Despite this going against the grain of the ‘gamer’ ethos that Razer is fond of, the company has finally let loose with its first generation Razer Book like – aimed specifically at users who want the Razer design and feel, but aimed at workflow rather than specifically for gaming. The cherry on top is the display. As a laptop user that spends a lot of my time (in a usual year) on the road, having

Acer’s New Swift 3X Notebook, with Intel Iris Xᵉ MAX Discrete Graphics, from $900

At Acer’s global press conference today, one of the hot ticket items was the announcement of an upcoming laptop featuring an Intel’s discrete graphics option. The new Intel Xe graphics architecture, which debuted in Intel 11th Gen Tiger Lake notebook processors, is now set to see the launch of an additional higher power discrete graphics option and coming to notebooks first. One of those devices will be the Acer Swift 3X, with both Tiger Lake and discrete Xe MAX inside. The Swift 3X (SF314-510G) is a notebook with a 14-inch 1080p IPS display, peaking at 300 nits brightness, and will be offered with up to 16 GB of LPDDR4X memory

Schenker VIA 14: 14-inch Tiger Lake Magnesium Notebook, with 28W Version Inbound

With Intel lifting the lid on its new Tiger Lake mobile processors today, a number of vendors are announcing their upcoming notebooks. Schenker Technologies, a German brand known in Europe for its Xtreme Mobile Gaming (XMG) line of products and custom Clevo implementations, is one of the first to describe an upcoming 11th Gen Intel Tiger Lake portable notebook as part of its VIA line. With a lightweight magnesium chassis, the VIA 14 uses up to a Core i7, a 73 Wh battery, and a one watt display to give 14+ hours of battery life. The key thing to note about Tiger Lake is the increase in both CPU and

MSI Creator 17 2020 review – performance notebook with a mini LED display

The MSI Creator 17 is the first notebook to ship with this new generation mini LED IPS display, and I finally got to spend time with it in these last weeks. This is 17-inch mobile workstation built on the latest 2020 Intel and Nvidia hardware platforms, backed up by clean design lines, a compact metallic chassis, a full keyboard with NumPad, good IO, and a fairly large battery. It’s also available with a couple of different screen options, but the mini LED panel is the number one reason you would consider this over the many other 17-inch performance laptops out there, although it’s an expensive upgrade. At the same time,

How to print off an entire OneNote Notebook from the Windows 10 App

Microsoft’s OneNote app is one of my favourite apps from Casa Redmond. Not only does it replace a lot of the paper that I would ordinarily be carrying about, but it makes it easier to get organised from one central app. With the latest updates to the Windows 10 OneNote app, Microsoft now makes it easy to print all of your notes off and convert a digital notebook, into a physical one for sharing with people the old-fashioned analogue way. Why would you want to do this? Simply put, there are situations where you might need to share your notes with others in tech-unfriendly locations — think construction sites, some