13-inch Core i5 version for $888.99
Fudzilla got a chance to play with the Xiaomi Notebook 12, Xiaomi's first field trip to the computer market, and we can tell you that this is one great, 1.07 KG heavy, notebook powered by Skylake-based Core m3-6Y30 CPU that runs just about any everyday application. The best thing is that this notebook sells for US $579.99.
Snapdragon 821, 3GB RAM, 64GB storage
Xiaomi Mi5S launched just recently and it is one of the first available Snapdragon 821 based products. It is available today in a 64GB version for $335.99.
With Intel Cherry Trail SoC and Windows 10 OS
Minix has announced its newest mini-PC that should offer premium Windows 10 experience on Intel's Cherry Trail, all packed in a fanless mini-PC chassis, the Minix NEO Z83-4.
Raises the bar on DDR4 memory
G.Skill is pushing DDR4 memory limits even further as it released its newest 32GB Trident Z memory kit working at 3866MHz.
Review: Snapdragon 820 on a budget
Xiaomi’s new flagship is late to the party. The Mi4 launched in 2014, and the Chinese brand did not bother launching a successor in 2015. Why? Because it didn’t have a proper processor to build it around. The Mi4 was based on the Snapdragon 801, so with the Mi5, Xiaomi skipped a year, and a CPU generation.
Snapdragon 616, 3GB RAM, 32GB bargain
Almost two years ago we wrote about commoditized Android phones and how we expected it to start in 2015, and it looks like we were spot on. Companies like Xiaomi are selling their XIAOMI Redmi 3 Pro with Snapdragon 616, 3GB RAM, 32GB for just $145.99.
Ranging from $75 to $180
There is a mobile phone sale currently going on with some of last year's top of the range mainstream phones are going for $130 to 180 USD.
Review: 14nm silicon makes a big difference
A year ago we had a chance to test a couple of Beelink micro PCs, including a stick PC, and we were pleasantly surprised; not only by the performance offered by Intel’s venerable 22nm Bay Trail processors, but by the build quality of these diminutive PCs.
Review: Ultrathin, metal, inexpensive
Chinese smartphone maker Cubot recently upped the ante in the $150 to $200 budget smartphone segment with a couple of ultrathin phones. Both sport a metal frame, good build quality, and look like pricey devices, but they offer limited performance due to their anorexic profile.
Review: Lenovo Yoga lookalike on a budget
A couple of months ago, Asian tech sites started talking about a new trend among Chinese tablet manufacturers. Since the tablet market was overheating, manufacturers were looking beyond tablets to ensure growth. Intel’s new 14nm processors were just what they were looking for, as they enabled them to start building inexpensive ultraportable notebooks. Many of them are marketed as “ultrabooks” but unlike proper Ultrabooks, they’re not based on “big core” processors.