Razer Introduces New Laptop 2022
Razer updated its Blade 2022 line of laptops with a 1080p Windows Hello webcam. The Lenovo Z13 also comes with an AMD Ryzen 6000 processor and integrated Radeon GPUs. The new laptops look charming and come with meaningful improvements. Razer is one of the few brands that has embraced the modern trend of using a webcam for video conferencing. This latest addition to its Blade line adds to its existing lineup of premium laptops.
Asus Vivobook Pro 14
The Asus Vivobook Pro 14 laptop has an excellent battery life, delivering 10 hours and 25 minutes of web browsing under a medium brightness setting. With its high refresh rate and large resolution, this laptop’s screen should be bright enough to allow you to view videos or take zoom calls. As a result, this laptop has the potential to be a powerful multimedia tool. However, battery life isn’t the only issue that this laptop faces. It also suffers from poor performance in games.
Asus has removed the power button and replaced it with a finger sensor. Its edges are blunted, with friendly corners that can be picked up with one hand. The hinge is also stiff enough to keep the laptop in place while still allowing it to lean back at a 150-degree angle. Overall, the Vivobook Pro 14 is not ideal for portability. If you need portability, you might want to consider an alternative brand, but it may be difficult to find one.
Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming laptop
The IdeaPad Gaming 3i has a slim, angular design that’s still stylish enough to work in a professional environment. Its thin bezels and full-size keyboard don’t detract from its overall style. The Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming 3i’s keyboard is comfortable and has a backlight that is available in either ice blue or white. The keyboard also has 4-zone RGB lighting. The bottom speakers and vents on both sides make typing a joy.
Serviceability is good, and the IdeaPad’s battery life is on par with many rivals. It even comes with a feature called Rapid Charge, which juices the machine up in half the time it takes to charge other laptops. However, this feature may void the manufacturer’s warranty, so users should make sure they don’t attempt to change the hardware. Fortunately, the IdeaPad Gaming 3 15 offers excellent serviceability.
Dell XPS 13
The next generation of the Dell XPS 13 is a futuristic Ultrabook. The keyboard of this model blends into the palm rest, and the capacitive function keys don’t pop out until you press them. The new Dell XPS 13 Plus also sports a white paint scheme, which makes it easy to use in any setting. We like it. And we expect it to last a long time, with a 6.5 hour battery life.
The XPS 13 is built with top-of-the-line hardware, but still offers plenty of versatility. The 13.4-inch display features a full touchscreen with 3.5K resolution and a stunning OLED panel. The Dell XPS 13’s internals include an 11th-generation Intel Core i7 processor, 512GB NVMe M.2 solid-state drive, 8GB of RAM, and Killer Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.1. It even has two Thunderbolt 4 ports, making it a versatile device for business or pleasure.
The upcoming Razer Blade 15 features an 85% screen-to-bezel ratio and NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics. This ultra-thin laptop has a 144Hz Full HD display flanked by 4.9mm bezels. The screen features real-time ray tracing, artificial intelligence, and programmable shading. Its design also makes it a great choice for gaming.
The 2022 Blade 17 also comes with a new processor called AMD Ryzen. Previously known as the Blade Pro 17 with the same specs, the Blade 17 has improved cooling for a more comfortable experience. It also packs more powerful specs, including DDR5 memory, RTX graphics, and Intel’s 12th-generation processor. These changes make the Blade 17 the perfect choice for gamers and other power-hungry users.
HP Elite Dragonfly G3
HP has announced a new line of commercial laptops for 2022 at CES. The HP Elite Dragonfly G3 is a third generation of the popular business laptop. The new model includes a 5-megapixel camera, HP Auto Frame, and a built-in Appearance Filter. It also features HP’s Wolf Security for Business. The Elite Dragonfly G3 blurs the line between consumer and commercial laptops with its wide variety of advanced security features.
The HP Elite Dragonfly G3 is powered by as-yet-unspecified 12th-generation Intel Core processors with up to 10 cores. It has a 110-watt power supply and can be ordered with up to 32 GB of RAM and up to 2TB of M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD storage. In addition, it has HP SureShutter and intelligent charging.