When shopping for a new computer it’s important to know what’s considered high quality on the market. Consumers usually compare prices and product specifications have a sound understanding of what retailers offer. Be it a desktop or laptop, there is always something new to add to the list of amazing features. With Mac producing the very best in computing devices, PC makers are stepping their game up in 2012. Let trueITpros fill you in on what’s the best in new computers and PC performance so you can know how to shop this holiday season.
Calling all gamers! Many PC users are into video games, so PC companies are making sure they capture those consumers with the high-tech gaming software on more compact laptops. The all new Razer Bladewill be released September 30, 2012 in North America. This gaming computer was upgraded from its predecessor with a new Intel Core i7 quad-core processor and NVIDIA GeForce GTX series graphics. The Razer Blade operating system is Windows 7 with 8GB Dual Channel DDR3 at 1600MHz memory. You will also enjoy features like a built-in HD Webcam, surround sound audio support and a microphone/headphone combo jack. Although the laptop has a 17.3-inch LED display, it is a light 6.6 pounds and the thinnest gaming laptop, making the Razer Blade very portable for non-stop gaming fun.
Samsung not only makes smartphones and TVs, but they are also involved in all aspects of technology. This October Samsung is weighing in on the PC battle with the new Samsung Series 5 and Series 7 Slate PCs. With the push of a button, you can turn a PC into a slate device. Designed for Windows 8, the Series 5 and Series 7 Slate PCs are equipped to maximize your productivity and mobility. Both laptops come with a Samsung S Pen for content creation, as well as handwriting to text conversion for note taking and other projects. You can also enjoy preloaded Samsung services and apps. Designed to go anywhere, the Series 5 and Series 7 Slate PCs weigh less than three pounds.
We couldn’t end this post without mentioning one of the leaders in computer technology. Last but not least, Hewett Packard (HP) has a new laptop that is similar to the MacBook Air. The HP Envy x2 has a hinge with magnets, which allows for easy tablet connection. You can have the convenience of a tablet along with the full attachable keyword to convert into a laptop. Weighing only 3.1 pounds, the HP Envy x2 comes with a Windows 8 operating system, 11.6-inch HD touch display and a HD webcam. The Envy also uses SSD instead of a hard drive. Whether you need it for business trips or everyday use, the HP Envy has all the features of a quality laptop with the size of a tablet that can fit any lifestyle. The HP Envy x2 is due to drop in stores at the end of October 2012.