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Asus ROG Zephyrus G GA502DU Review

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Asus Zenbook UX430UA Review: Excellent Ultra portable laptop

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Intel has just made two separate 10th generation CPU announcements — Comet Lake and Ice Lake — and laptops based on these new chips will most likely hit store shelves in India at around the same time. That should be in a couple of months, and it is bound to cause a lot of confusion for buyers. While both these new lineups are for thin-and-light laptops, we can still expect to see 9th and 8th Gen branding on more powerful machines for a bit longer. When it comes to gaming and high-performance laptops, the 9th generation announced in April this year, is still the latest and new laptops based on these CPUs are currently being launched. We've now started seeing seen these CPUs in action in recent laptops that we have tested, including the Asus ROG Zephyrus M GU502GU (Review) and the MSI GT76 DT-9SG Titan (Review). Lenovo has just added some new models to its Legion line of gaming laptops in India, and today we'll be testing the new Legion Y740 laptop which features a G-Sync display, per-key RGB backlit keyboard, and the latest CPU and GPU tech from Intel and Nvidia respectively. Should it be on the top of your shopping list? Let's find out. Lenovo Legion Y740 design The Lenovo Legion Y740 has an understated design for a gaming laptop, which we really like. We've seen some brands start to shift away from flashy, aggressive “gaming” designs to more subtle looks, which we feel is a step in the right direction. This new model of the Legion Y740 looks identical to the ones already on sale in India, which were originally unveiled during CES this year.

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Alienware's 2017 offerings maintain their classic, angular spaceship instances from this past year, however much has changed over the inside. The notebook also offers...

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