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In this episode of HotHardware's Two And A Half Geeks webcast, we kick around the ultra cheap OCZ Trion Solid State Drive, Lenovo's ridiculously light LaVie Z 360 ultrabook, Acer's 34-inch Curved Freesync LCD, the fate of Windows 10 Mobile and Microsoft's massive impending layoff, hints at our latest give-away of some great new Intel mini PC technology and more. Yes, much more! Follow us and subscribe! HotHardwareVids On Youtube 1:05 - OCZ Trion 100 Series SSD Review: Driving Cost Out Of Solid State Storage 9:58 - Lenovo LaVie Z And LaVie Z 360 Reviews: Taking Thin And Light To A Whole New Level 22:25 - Acer Brings 34 Inches Of Curved FreeSync QHD Love With XR341CK Monitor 31:45 - Microsoft Cuts... Read more...
The wealth of ultraportable laptops continues to grow, and we're seeing a more varied array of options than ever before. Be it 2-in-1s like Asus' T300 Chi or a tablet-gone-laptop like Microsoft's Surface 3, those in the market for a mobile computer have plenty of options these days. As manufacturers seek out their own differentiation, we're seeing Lenovo carve out its own special space in the sector with their new LaVie Z series of ultralight notebooks. The LaVie Z and LaVie Z 360 are similar machines, hence our doubled-up review here. The innards are identical, and their dimensions are too. The only marked difference between the two is the 360's price tag (it's $200 more than the standard LaVie... Read more...
We were all hyped up about Lenovo’s latest LaVie Z series of tablets and convertibles, which both went on sale this week. After all, both models — first announced at CES — offer 13-inch QHD displays, a Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB SSD. Even more impressive is that the LaVie Z (notebook) weighs in at just 1.87 pounds while the LaVie Z 360 (convertible) weighs only slightly more at 2.04 pounds. However, the Consumer Reports have taken a little bit of wind out of our sails with some troubling news regarding the LaVie Z 360. The folks at Consumer Reports ordered a brand new LaVie 360 and eagerly awaited its arrival. Instead, the publication received an email from Lenovo indicating that... Read more...