Laptop Reviews

Lenovo ThinkPad P52s Review & Rating

Thin design and pro-level graphics: That’s a rare combination, but the Lenovo ThinkPad P52s lets you have both. This 15.6-incher (starts at $1,070; $2,113 as tested) hides an Nvidia Quadro P500 graphics chip in its 0.8-inch thick, 4.4-pound chassis. Aimed at the business crowd, it’s essentially a mobile workstation version of the company’s ThinkPad T580. Our pumped-up configuration packs enough performance and component jazz to get content creators grooving, but the price approaches that of a desktop-replacement ThinkPad P51, Lenovo’s…

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Dell Latitude 5491 Review & Rating

“Pinstriped Overkill” would be a good name for a rock band. Or for the Dell Latitude 5491 (starts at $1,069; as tested $2,370), a 14-inch business laptop that’s too much machine for mere spreadsheets and presentations. Thanks to its six-core, 12-thread Intel Core i7-8850H processor, it’s more powerful than some mobile workstations of a year or two ago. The 45-watt “Coffee Lake” CPU brings some drawbacks compared with Intel’s perfectly adequate 15-watt U-series chips—the Dell’s battery life is briefer and…

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Chromebooks May Include Dual Boot Feature to Load Windows 10 | News & Opinion

Googled developers appears to be working on a new feature for Chrome OS called ‘Campfire’ that can dual boot an alternative OS that appears to be Windows 10. Unfortunately, only a select number of Chromebooks might be able to run the rumored feature. August 13, 2018 3:00PM EST August 13, 2018 Windows 10 might be arriving on Chromebooks as a “dual boot” feature that’ll let you load up Microsoft’s operating system on startup. Google developers have been dropping possible hints…

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Why cheap Chromebooks running Windows will benefit Google, not you

The most affordable Chromebooks aren’t exactly barn burners, pairing low-end ARM chips with Google’s streamlined, browser-based Chrome OS. Now, reports of a newly discovered “Campfire” feature suggests Google wants to enable Chromebooks to run Windows? Madness! Well, not if you’re Google. In fact, in most cases the only party that would benefit from this is Google, in terms of showing off how efficient its Chrome OS can be in comparison to Microsoft’s “bloated” Windows. Google’s secret project to bring Windows 10 to Chromebooks…

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Lenovo’s ThinkPad P1 Laptop Packs Power In Thin Design

The ThinkPad P1 is a premium notebook that’ll start at $1949. Lenovo is marketing the product as its thinnest and lightest ‘mobile workstation’ yet, but it also supports 6 core processors from Intel as well. August 13, 2018 12:59PM EST August 13, 2018 Lenovo’s latest ThinkPad laptop promises high performance packed inside a lightweight design. On Monday, the Chinese PC maker unveiled the ThinkPad P1, a premium notebook that’ll start at $1949. The product is designed for power users. For…

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Dell Latitude 5491 Review & Rating

“Pinstriped Overkill” would be a good name for a rock band. Or for the Dell Latitude 5491 (starts at $1,069; as tested $2,370), a 14-inch business laptop that’s too much machine for mere spreadsheets and presentations. Thanks to its six-core, 12-thread Intel Core i7-8850H processor, it’s more powerful than some mobile workstations of a year or two ago. The 45-watt “Coffee Lake” CPU brings some drawbacks compared with Intel’s perfectly adequate 15-watt U-series chips—the Dell’s battery life is briefer and…

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Dell Latitude 5491 Review & Rating

“Pinstriped Overkill” would be a good name for a rock band. Or for the Dell Latitude 5491 (starts at $1,069; as tested $2,370), a 14-inch business laptop that’s too much machine for mere spreadsheets and presentations. Thanks to its six-core, 12-thread Intel Core i7-8850H processor, it’s more powerful than some mobile workstations of a year or two ago. The 45-watt “Coffee Lake” CPU brings some drawbacks compared with Intel’s perfectly adequate 15-watt U-series chips—the Dell’s battery life is briefer and…

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Lenovo’s ThinkPad P1 puts a Core i9 or Xeon in a thin-and-light laptop

Lenovo’s ThinkPad P1 is a workstation laptop that somehow crams an 8th-gen Core i9 or Xeon plus Nvidia Quadro graphics into a chassis just 0.7 inch thin and 3.76 pounds. This is a machine made for creators, designers, and other professionals who live in graphics-intensive applications—and don’t want to be weighed down.  Lenovo is serious about making this laptop as light as possible. Even the AC adapter is 35 percent more petite than its predecessor.  Announced Monday and available at…

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Using Your Smartphone In The Dark Risks Speeding Up Vision Loss | News & Opinion

The blue light that emits from your smartphone and laptop screens may seem harmless, but according to new research, it can be toxic for your eyes. Earlier this week, scientists at the University of Toledo said they’ve uncovered how blue light can lead to macular degeneration, a leading cause of vision loss in the US. Essentially, the light waves contain enough energy to erode the health of your eyes over time. “It’s no secret that blue light harms our vision…

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Using Your Smartphone In The Dark Risks Speeding Up Vision Loss | News & Opinion

The blue light that emits from your smartphone and laptop screens may seem harmless, but according to new research, it can be toxic for your eyes. Earlier this week, scientists at the University of Toledo said they’ve uncovered how blue light can lead to macular degeneration, a leading cause of vision loss in the US. Essentially, the light waves contain enough energy to erode the health of your eyes over time. “It’s no secret that blue light harms our vision…

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Using Your Smartphone In The Dark Risks Speeding Up Vision Loss | News & Opinion

The blue light that emits from your smartphone and laptop screens may seem harmless, but according to new research, it can be toxic for your eyes. Earlier this week, scientists at the University of Toledo said they’ve uncovered how blue light can lead to macular degeneration, a leading cause of vision loss in the US. Essentially, the light waves contain enough energy to erode the health of your eyes over time. “It’s no secret that blue light harms our vision…

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Using Your Smartphone In The Dark Risks Speeding Up Vision Loss | News & Opinion

The blue light that emits from your smartphone and laptop screens may seem harmless, but according to new research, it can be toxic for your eyes. Earlier this week, scientists at the University of Toledo said they’ve uncovered how blue light can lead to macular degeneration, a leading cause of vision loss in the US. Essentially, the light waves contain enough energy to erode the health of your eyes over time. “It’s no secret that blue light harms our vision…

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Using Your Smartphone In The Dark Risks Speeding Up Vision Loss | News & Opinion

The blue light that emits from your smartphone and laptop screens may seem harmless, but according to new research, it can be toxic for your eyes. Earlier this week, scientists at the University of Toledo said they’ve uncovered how blue light can lead to macular degeneration, a leading cause of vision loss in the US. Essentially, the light waves contain enough energy to erode the health of your eyes over time. “It’s no secret that blue light harms our vision…

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Using Your Smartphone In The Dark Risks Speeding Up Vision Loss | News & Opinion

The blue light that emits from your smartphone and laptop screens may seem harmless, but according to new research, it can be toxic for your eyes. Earlier this week, scientists at the University of Toledo said they’ve uncovered how blue light can lead to macular degeneration, a leading cause of vision loss in the US. Essentially, the light waves contain enough energy to erode the health of your eyes over time. “It’s no secret that blue light harms our vision…

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Using Your Smartphone In The Dark Risks Speeding Up Vision Loss | News & Opinion

The blue light that emits from your smartphone and laptop screens may seem harmless, but according to new research, it can be toxic for your eyes. Earlier this week, scientists at the University of Toledo said they’ve uncovered how blue light can lead to macular degeneration, a leading cause of vision loss in the US. Essentially, the light waves contain enough energy to erode the health of your eyes over time. “It’s no secret that blue light harms our vision…

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