Lenovo’s upgraded Yoga 3 Pro is the first laptop-tablet hybrid of its kind. The portable, light, slim and stylish Yoga 3 Pro is the practical solution for working while on the move. Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro is the thinnest computer device to date and packs Intel’s latest Core M chip, designed take on any work task with ease. Yoga 3 is easily slipped into a backpack, handbag or even a large clutch. Yoga 3’s main feature is its innovative 360-degree folding hinge, which allows it to be twisted in 4 different configurations: Laptop, Stand, Tent or Tablet.
The new HP Envy TouchSmart Notebook PC is packed with new and cool features. The PC boasts incredibly detailed graphics as users can immerse themselves in ultra realistic games due to the discrete graphic card options from ATI and NVIDIA.
These days there seem to be more and more developments in the field of computer devices, as companies push for variation and innovation in the hopes of capturing the market. First in the evolution line were personal computers, then laptops, the tablet, the ultrabook, and most recently, the emergence of the ultrabook convertible. Ultrabook convertibles are a bridge between the ultrabook and tablet, and the ASUS TAICHI is a special mixture of the best of both these worlds.
Lenovo’s new ThinkPad X1 Carbon Ultrabook is locking heads with other competing Ultrabook manufacturers, both in the field of commendable features and user-friendly functionality. The Carbon X1 may be the most impressive addition to the Ultrabook family yet, and The Zine are here to give you the 101 low-down on this exciting new piece of consumer technology.
As a writer, I can sympathise with those who own an absolute monster of a laptop. My own is heavy, chunky and very inconvenient to carry on the train during my commute to and from work. However, when looking into getting a notebook, many of the brand reviews left me feeling flat. Thankfully, Dell has delivered the XPS 13; a competitor to the emerging range of Ultrabooks that have hit the market recently.