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ASUS NovaGo 13.3 inch Snapdragon 835 Laptop With Windows Finally Hits Amazon

By Radu Iorga

The whole ARM segment got a boost late last year, when Intel’s worst nightmare came to life: 20 hour battery life laptops with Snapdragon CPUs became real. It was all done thanks to a partnership between Qualcomm, Microsoft and companies like ASUS or HP. Today it’s finally time for the ASUS pioneer to hit the stores. It’s the ASUS NovaGo we are talking about, by the way and it’s available here.

It relies on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 CPU, is highly versatile (and convertible) and you can find it on Amazon right now. The first 2 in 1 tablet with ARM CPU was actually the HP Envy x2, but the ASUS NovaGo was fast on its trail. The ASUS NovaGo has a revolving screen, meaning it can be used as both a tablet and laptop with ease.

There’s also the tent mode, of the folded 360 degree mode. On board we find Windows 10 S, but you can switch to Windows 10 Pro for free. Having a Snapdragon 835 CPU on board means multiple things: 20 hours of battery life, instant resume, low temperatures and reasonably good performance. 4G LTE is also available as well as the “Always Connected” concept, that Microsoft was gunning for.

 

Standby time is 30 days. Specs of the ASUS NovaGo TP370QL model include 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of UFS 2.0 storage and a 13.3 inch touchscreen display with Full HD res. Bundled with the device is the Windows Ink suite of digitizer pen apps and there’s also the ASUS Pen, but that’s optional. People have complained about the lack of USB Type-C port here, but at least we get two USB 3.1 ports in the mix.

Oh and by the way, the price of the ASUS NovaGo is $599 on Amazon.

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Tonight’s First Video Worth Sharing: AllDoCube Knote 8 Review, A Serious Don’t Buy!

By Tim

This evening we have a full review of the AllDoCube Knote 8 which is a 13.3 inch 2 in one tablet. This product sports some great specs, but, it has some serious issues that make it rather iffy, at best,  to consider purchasing.

This one comes to us from Chris, over at TechTablets and is the usual, excellent nit-picky type review that we all need to really make a decision.

Yes, it has 8 GB RAM and a Core m3-7Y30 processor, but the cons definitely outweigh the pros, considering the $549 price tag and that is without the keyboard/cover!

So let us get right to that video now and remember to check out the TechTablets channel for all sorts of great honest reviews!

That is all I have at this moment,

Tim

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Tonight’s First Video Worth Sharing: AllDoCube KNote 8 Tablet PC

By Tim

This is a 13 .3 inch tablet PC running Win 10 home with some great specs and some serious flaws. It comes to us from Chris over at TechTablets and is a thorough  quick review.

The tablet is a 2 in 1 and you can buy a custom keyboard for it, but you should check out my video on that subject before wasting the cash.

It does have a Core m3-7Y30 Dual Core 1.0GHz processor and 8 GB RAM and a generous 256 GB M2 Sata 3 SSD. However it is lacking  full size USB ports, the battery life could be better and it is a tad overpriced.

So let us get right to that video and make sure to check out Chris on TechTablets and subscribe to his channel.

This product is available for about $540 right now at this link.

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Tim

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Tonight’s Video Worth Sharing: A Comparison of the Xiaomi Mi Notebook 13 VS the 15

By Tim

Both of the notebooks mentioned in the title are fast have similar processors and GPU’s but there are some serious drawbacks to the 13. 3 inch Mi NoteBook Air 13 (13.3 inch).

This video is from Chris over at TechTablets and covers the differences between the 2 notebooks admirably. Make sure to use the Iink provided to visit his channel.

The smaller device is obviously lighter and because both units use a similar display the display on the smaller one looks better. But, then we run into the negatives.

For me the main reason for a small notebook would be portability, battery life and no worries about overheating. The bottom line is that when you start using a high end processor in a super slim chassis then you are going to have issues.  For now I will stick to the Apollo Lake N3450 powered machines which can get day to day work done, never overheat and cost a boatload less than the 13.3 inch high end devices.

But of course that is just me. Feel free to spend your money for whatever it is you need.

So let us get right to that video…

If you must have a small thin note book I still recommend the LapBook Air from Chuwi. However you need to look for flash sales on it right now, because they are charging too much at most retail sites.

That is all I have for now,

Tim

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Tonnigt’s Second Video Worth Sharing: Full review on the Teclast F6 Pro Convertible Notebook! Bonus: A Giveaway!

By Tim

The Teclast F6 Pro is a touch screen convertible device that we have featured a few times previously. It sports some great specs and the bonus here is that Andrew over at AMDTech is giving one away! Yeah, like wow!

This device has some great specs and just does what you want a convertible to do at a lower price than most of the competition.

This one has the Intel Core m3-7Y30 CPU and easily expandable SSD storage and a great 13.3 inch IPS touchscreen FHD display.

All the specs are in the video, so check it out and make sure to subscribe to Andrew’s channel!

This device is available on Gearbest right now for about $606.

That is all I have right now,

Tim

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