Hello /g/uys do you have any tip for small notebook/ultrabook smaller than 15,6 in different price ranges? I was thinking about mac air or dell xps 13 but that's high tier price range..any recommendations for lower price?
I literally just bought myself an Acer R11 (not chromebook version).
Quad core 2.4Ghz processor
4GB DDR3 RAM
500GB hdd (replaced with a 120gb SSD and turned the 500gb into an external)
Literally paid the equivalent of $300 for it brand new
>hmm isnt that 11 screen small for work?
I own a PC and do most of my work on there.
I like to travel light so the smaller the better. You get used to it and the DPI on this is pretty decent so I can still fit quite a bit onto the screen. Granted I won't be working on it for more than 2 hours at a time so it's not an issue for me
Got an Asus Zenbook recently and it's perfect as far as I'm concerned. The battery life is unreal. I sat with twitch open on a source quality stream while Web browsing and watching 1080p YouTube videos and the battery icon wouldn't budge. It's also pretty budget if you don't wanna spend over 900$-1300$
yeah, no. Not even close
Mac hardware, whilst dazzeling you with numbers, is objectively worse and gimped.
OS X is the joke of the tech community all around the world
wtf is a lifetime based on?
>dumb them down while they're young
here is your reply:
xps 13 specs:
>screen: 13,3", 3200x1600, 276 ppi, touchscreen
>cpu: 2,6(3,1)GHz i7-6500u (Passmark 4312)
>ram: 8gb 1866MHz
>ssd: 256GB PCIe
>gpu: HD520 (Passmark 811)
>ports: Thunderbolt 3, USB3(2x), SDcard, Headphone jack
>battery: 12h wireless shitposting
>material: aluminum & carbon fiber
>thickness: 1,3 cm
>screen: 12", 2304x1440, 226ppi
>cpu: 1,3(2,9)GHz Core M-5Y71 (Passmark 3005)
>ram: 8gb 1600MHz
>ssd: 256GB PCIe
>gpu: HD5300 (Passmark 384)
>ports: USB-C, Headphone jack
>battery: 9h wireless shitposting