Does it make a sense to buy this expensive laptop? Let’s find out.
The laptop comes with a starting price of Rs 66,900 and it is loaded with Intel Core i5 processor along with 8GB of RAM and dependable battery backup. But will it be enough to make it a successful device at this price range?
Lenovo has added some top-of-the-line specifications, good display, better battery life and more. But, does it make sense to buy this one? Let’s take a closer look.
The laptop comes loaded with a variety of CPU options coupled with a sleek design and affordable price tag, it sure looks a promising option. But can it really change the perception of a budget laptop with the kind of specs it is offering? Let’s a take a closer look.
But will it be enough to make a long-lasting impact on the Indian tablet market?
The new tablet comes with a better display, faster processor, an improved S Pen stylus and better cameras.
Coming in at this price, the E402M doesn’t offer an outstanding performance and we don’t expect it either.
The laptop comes with a 360-degree rotatable touch screen coupled with some interesting internals at a price point of Rs 59,990. But will it be able to prove to be a worthy 2-in-1?
The sleek Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 dazzles with a metal body and has enough horsepower for the multitaskers.
The Micromax Canvas Tab P690 fails to impress in crucial areas and is just an average in most departments.
In the Rs 20,000 segment, there are hardly any good 10 inch tablets and thus the K018 has less competition but it doesn't look that great when compared with smaller tabs in the same price range.
Undoubtedly Micromax managed to make it quite sexy but it forgot to make it tough.
Take any department, the Mediapad T1 offers decent output and is thus lucrative at Rs 9,999.
Once again Samsung has rocked the tablet world with this new Tab S 8.4. Read on to know its performance.
Be it design or hardware or the software, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 (LTE) has everything desired.