Leading Laptop Brands Compared and Reviewed in Detailed Report by Knoji

Knoji announced the availability of new consumer guide comparing leading laptop brands: Lenovo, HP and Dell.

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In this case, we thought it best to do a more in-depth look at the laptops each company offered at each level, low-end, mid-level and high-end.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 22, 2013

Knoji, a leading provider of consumer reviews and information, today announced the availability of a new consumer guide comparing leading laptops. According to this report, Lenovo delivers the most graphics and gaming power, HP has the highest quality intelligent design and ergonomic options, and Dell has the best no frills, simple computing options. Knoji's new consumer guide aims to help consumers choose the brand that's right for them and provide useful comparison between the different brands and their products.

An excerpt from the report is included below:

"The Lenovo IdeaPad is much more neatly designed than many of the gaming laptops that have come and gone. It has a business-like look to it and isn't all flashing lights and silliness. It’s slimmer and lighter than most laptops in its class; other 15.6in models all weighed around 7.27 lbs., where the IdeaPad is only 6.17 lbs. It’s just under an inch and a half thick. (The HP Sleekbook beats it in this one respect, however.) So, no Ultrabook, but you can more easily carry it around in a backpack or shoulder bag when required."

"The HP Envy 6 Sleekbook is supposed to be a successful rival in the Ultrabook category of laptops. The HP Envy 6 Sleekbook looks the same as Intel's Envy 6 Ultrabook. They each use the exact chassis made from plastic and aluminum. The modern and fashionable design of the HP Envy Sleekbook is easy to like, with its brushed black aluminum on the lid and around the keyboard and eye-catching red matte finish plastic underside. The problem with the aluminum parts is that they get covered in fingerprints just about instantly."

"The Dell Inspiron Ultrabook, like so many others, is an ultrabook in name only. It lacks style and integrity but does make up for some of its shortcomings with performance. It's about 1 inch thick but it weighs more than 4 pounds. It also has a 32 Gigabyte solid state boot drive for speedy startup and has a DVD-RW drive that loads with a tray. The Dell Inspiron Ultrabook features an i5-3317U Intel processor, 3 megabyte Cache, up to 2.6 Gigahertz, 6 Gigabytes of random access memory, an advanced micro devices Radeon HD 7570 megabyte graphics card, a 500 gigabyte hard drive spinning at 5400 rotations per minute, a tray-loading DVD-RW drive, built-in Wi-Fi with each 802.11a/b/g/n router support and Bluetooth 4.0, and the 64-bit version of Windows 7 Home Premium."

Read the full report here.

Knoji, based in Los Angeles, is a leading consumer website providing in-depth reviews, Q&A forums, and information on deals and discounts on thousands of top retailers worldwide. Consumers can find information on most leading e-commerce websites including those from the fashion, technology, financial and travel industries.


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