April 21, 2017

New laptops: These laptops are causing a sensation in 2017!

New laptops: These laptops are causing a sensation in 2017!

The notebook market is a hard pavement. Samsung, Sony and Toshiba know this all too well - they have withdrawn from the European market due to shrinking sales . Completely give up is at least for Samsung and Toshiba not question, as the following device overview shows. Other manufacturers such as Acer, Hewlett-Packard, Lenovo & Co. are also launching new notebooks, especially in the entry-level and gaming sector. COMPUTER BILD presents the most important novelties and highlights the notebook trends of the year!

For small money bags: entry-level laptops
Even with a limited budget you get 2017 quite neat notebooks. The reason: In the entry-level market, the manufacturers still use many devices and try to mutually exclude each other. This benefits the customer. One of the most exciting innovations has HP in the starting holes. From 400 Euro there is the new edition of the Pavilion notebook in the simple metal case and colorful display cover. HP gives the models a particularly narrow display frame, which provides for a noble look and 2017 seems a trend. The Lenovo Yoga A12 is an extraordinary convertible because it does without a conventional keyboard, instead there is a sensor field. The TrekBook W2 from Trekstor is a 14, 1 inch notebook with full HD resolution and simple processor - great for surfing and for under 300 euros quite cheap. 

For gamers: notebooks with power graphics card
Last year, Asus (ROG XG2) and Razer (Core) tested dockable enclosures with integrated graphics cards for additional computing power. The costly trend has not been right; Probably because graphics specialist Nvidia counteracted with their own new notebook graphics cards. It was decided not to offer longer weakened models especially for notebooks. The models GTX 1080, GTX 1070, GTX 1060 and GTX 1050 (Ti) are technically equal to the desktop versions. This boosts new notebooks and provides powerful steam. Asus is pushing it with the ROG GX800VH to the top and installed two upper-class graphics cards. An optional dockable water cooling system ensures that the temperature is as low as possible, in order to maximize the maximum output from the double action. Thus, the "docking" trend remains in a modified form 2017. Cazes at the CES at the beginning of January in Las Vegas Razer: Project Valerie is a not yet final notebook with screens on both sides (resolution: 11520x2160 pixels). The Legion series from Lenovo comes in the market as Y520 (15.6 inch) and Y720 (17.3 inch). Intel's latest processor generation Kaby Lake is a must for most notebook novelties. It brings a few percentage points more pace compared to the Skylake predecessors. »Gaming notebooks: Latest models put to the test Project Valerie is a not yet final notebook with screens that can be pulled out on either side (resolution: 11520x2160 pixels). The Legion series from Lenovo comes in the market as Y520 (15.6 inch) and Y720 (17.3 inch). Intel's latest processor generation Kaby Lake is a must for most notebook novelties. It brings a few percentage points more pace compared to the Skylake predecessors. »Gaming notebooks: Latest models put to the test Project Valerie is a not yet final notebook with screens that can be pulled out on either side (resolution: 11520x2160 pixels). The Legion series from Lenovo comes in the market as Y520 (15.6 inch) and Y720 (17.3 inch). Intel's latest processor generation Kaby Lake is a must for most notebook novelties. It brings a few percentage points more pace compared to the Skylake predecessors. »Gaming notebooks: Latest models put to the test Intel's latest processor generation Kaby Lake is a must for most notebook novelties. It brings a few percentage points more pace compared to the Skylake predecessors. »Gaming notebooks: Latest models put to the test Intel's latest processor generation Kaby Lake is a must for most notebook novelties. It brings a few percentage points more pace compared to the Skylake predecessors. 

For Google fans: Notebooks with Chrome OS
Are you looking for a cheap notebook for surfing? Do you have a Google profile and already use many services from the provider? Then you should take a closer look at the device category "Chromebooks". These are usually very cheap and compact laptops with the operating system Chrome OS. The equipment is - with the exception of Google's Chromebook pixel - spartan, but for surfing is completely sufficient. Chromebooks are leading the way to a niche, but the devices that are trendy in the US could also get their hands on this year with more functionality in Germany. New models come from Acer ( Chromebook 11 N7 with rugged case), Asus (Chromebook Flip 2 with folding display) ), Samsung ( Chromebook Plus and Pro with input pen). They support the Google Play Store to play apps. Lenovo has also recently announced a new Chromebook called Flex 11, whose display can be folded. 

For Apple fans: The MacBook for stroking
The latest MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (Note: 2.09) convinced in the test with a high working temperature, a great display and a long battery life (under Mac OS). How innovative the touch-sensitive bar is in the end instead of the function buttons in the day-to-day life has to be shown. Here, software providers are required to exploit the new possibilities. If you are interested in one of the smart Apple notebooks: COMPUTER BILD shows in the following article all models and tips, how you save on the purchase a few euros. However, as long as the mysterious cracking in the new MacBook has not been clarified , wait until the purchase. 

Notebook software: The perfect starter package
Even the best notebook without a suitable software is a toothless tiger - this applies to Windows and Apple devices. COMPUTER BILD has compiled a starter kit with notebook programs, which will prepare you for every requirement.

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