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    Asus ROG Zephyrus G15 (2022)

    $1,759.00
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    Dell Alienware X14 (2022)

  • asus rog zephyrus g14 reviews 2022

    Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 (2022)

    $1,859.00

    ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14 is already one of Linus’s favorite laptops of 2022, claiming it is the best laptop of this year already. The question is, what do all 12 reviewers say about the ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14 of 2022? Let’s find out, after a word from our sponsor (sorry for stealing your line Linus).

    Release date: (expected) Q1 2022, so any time soon

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    ASUS ROG Flow Z13 (2022)

    ASUS ROG Flow Z13 2022 is a surprisingly good laptop or tablet. After looking at reviews from PCmag, Notebookcheck, Tech Advisor, Ultrabookreview, and a few others it is clear to see why. The Flow Z13 has incredible performance for a tablet. The tablet becomes a full laptop thanks to the Intel Alder Lake (12th gen) Core i9 CPU and included external keyboard. The tablet has an impressively bright and beautiful 120Hz touchscreen, which makes this an excellent gaming tablet. When you add the XG Mobile eGPU, which is sold separately, you gain monstrous gaming performance!

    Release date: 1 April 2022

  • msi ge76 raider (2022) review

    MSI GE76 Raider (2022)

    In short: The MSI GE76 Raider of 2022, is the laptop that shows the new Intel Alder lake chips, and o boy, are we in for a treat this year. It has the best in class performance already, and we are just starting 2022!

  • 2021 apple macbook pro (16 inch, apple m1 pro chip with 10‑core cpu and 16‑core gpu, 16gb ram, 512gb ssd) space gray

    Apple MacBook Pro (2021)

    $1,799.00

    TL;DR review: If we can believe Peter McKinnon, Matti Haapoja, Potato Jet, Linus Tech Tips, Notenbookcheck, LaptopMag, and the Tech Chap, this laptop is worth every single penny you put into it. When watching and reading their reviews, you can clearly understand why. The all-new Apple M1 Pro and M1 Max SoC’s are amazing and integrated very well with the laptops’ hardware. Add a liquid retina XDR display with all the ports you could eat (welcome back HDMI, and SD card slot), and you’ve one hell of a computer.

  • hp spectre x360 2022 review

    HP Spectre X360 (2022)

  • razer blade 14 2022 2022 reviews

    Razer Blade (2022)

  • lenovo legion 5 pro review

    Lenovo Legion 5 Pro Gen 7 (2022)

    In short, if last year is any indication, this will be an excellent laptop for gamers! The only question would be, which processor would you get, the Intel version in February or AMD version in April?

    With the success of the Lenovo Legion 5 Pro being one of the most popular gaming laptops of last year and being one of my favorite laptops of 2021, Lenovo announced an update during an online tech event CES 2022. This year it’ll get up to an AMD Ryzen 6900HX processor or (new for this year) an Intel Core I9 12900H. In addition, both versions will rock up to an Nvidia RTX 3070Ti graphics card that can draw 150W of power, 32GB DDR5 RAM, and up to 1TB PCIe 4.0 SSD. You can expect the Lenovo Legion 5i Pro (the Intel version) to be in stores around February, and the Lenovo Legion 5 Pro (AMD version) will be in stores around April.

    Release date:
    Lenovo Legion 5i Pro: around February (Intel)
    Lenovo Legion 5 Pro: around April (AMD)

  • lenovo legion 5 review

    Lenovo Legion 5 (2022)

  • acer swift x review

    Acer Swift X (2022)

  • dell xps 13 plus side laptop

    Dell XPS 13 plus (2022)

    Minimalist and Modern, that’s what Dell calls the new Dell XPS 13 plus, and it looks that way! Many reviewers like the Dell XPS 13 line-up. So I’m curious to see what they make of this all-new Dell with capacitive touch function key row (cough touch bar cough), new edge-to-edge keyboard layout, and hidden touchpad. It does look very futuristic, though, and I like it. Furthermore, the complete spec’d XPS 13 plus comes with a 4k OLED screen, 28watt 12th gen Core i7 Intel processor, 1TB of storage, and 8GB of memory. Which, for non-techies, means it has a stunning display, with the latest and most superb hardware. So you can rock everything you want, in theory.

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