Perhaps the most polarizing product in ASUS' catalog right now, the ROG Zephyrus GX501V has earned praise for being the thinnest gaming notebook in the planet as of now at 16.9mm thick and has almost 50% less weight than contemporary offerings. Its also earned some critics citing some trade-offs to achieving its status. Regardless, its a niche solution that serves both as a status icon for discerning gamers who want a compact, productivity tool that belies a heart of a gaming PC. Read more about this engineering marvel in our in-depth review of the ASUS ROG Zephyrus GX501V gaming laptop! Read More
#ICYMI: We take a look at ASUS' mainstream-oriented gaming notebook supercharged with a GTX 1060 and a high-performance CPU to bring excellent value when used for both work and play. Read on to find out more about the ASUS FX502 gaming notebook in this #B2G review! Read More
We take a closer look at the Lenovo ideaPad Y700 gaming notebook. This notebook drops the gaming swag in favor of excellent build quality and the performance essentials: a quad-core Intel Core i7-6700HQ and a NVIDIA GTX 960M and a metal body you can probably break down a door with. Read more about the Lenovo Y700 in this #B2G review. Read More
If you need a replacement adapter for your notebook, its either you go for an expensive official replacement or take the chance for a cheap one from CDRKING. Huntkey now gives you a more credible option with wide compatibility for many notebooks out there. We take a look at the Huntkey Universal Laptop Adapter ES in this #B2G review. Read More
We've reached that point in history where we can say that aside from the occasional mobile workstation or something with a ridiculous Apple tax, there really isn't a laptop in the Php50,0000 to Php100,000 range that isn't a gaming notebook. That said, MSI and ASUS have begun dueling it out in this price segment to capture this critical gamer market. We got another notebook from MSI: the well-rounded MSI GE62 Apache #gaming notebook in the labs for a #B2G review. Hit the link to read more. Read More