Lenovo IdeaCentre H535 (57327395) Review

Back in the days everybody knew the brand IBM. It was associated with robustness and quality. Then, in 2005, Lenovo from China acquired IBM. Did things change? It depends on who you ask. In my opinion, Lenovo computers have retained the great quality IBM once had. So let’s see if Lenovo IdeaCentre H535... Read more
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Toshiba CB35-B3340 Review

There are couple of interesting (and already popular) Toshiba Chromebooks selling at a comfortable price point. One of them is Toshiba CB35-B3340, a 13.3″ notebook running on Celeron processor, 4GB RAM and 16GB solid-state drive. The other one is Toshiba CB35-B3330 that has better price and worse performance... Read more
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On a Budget: Should you get a desktop or a laptop?

Some ten years ago, buying a laptop entailed several things. First, you had to put down good money for a decent one. Next, you’d have to put up with a small, low-quality screen. Lastly, performance was bearable but not outstanding. Thus, the cheaper and more powerful desktops took centre stage in the home, with... Read more
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ASUS M32BF-US005S Review

ASUS M32BF-US005S is one of the cheaper additions to the Taiwanese electronics giant’s line of affordable computers. This model features AMD A4-5300 CPU, 4GB RAM and 1TB hard drive with pre-installed Windows 8.1. Having reviewed some beefier ASUS models recently it was interesting to take a look at this cheaper,... Read more
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ASUS Chromebox-M115U Review

Like everything in this world, also desktops are evolving fast. They used to be big, ugly grey boxes hidden somewhere in the room from the eyes of people. Such a desktop was the worst piece of decoration (albeit a mandatory one) in your room. Well, things have changed a lot, and these days they make computers with... Read more
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