The Serval WS stands out with its impressive technical features. It supports up to 8TB of storage and up to 64GB of DDR5 RAM, catering to heavy-duty computing tasks. The laptop’s rapid 2.5GbE Ethernet enhances online work and data transfer speeds, making it an ideal choice for professionals who handle large amounts of data.
The YunGuai REV-9 series laptop marks a significant breakthrough in notebook technology. It’s the first to feature a desktop-level CPU and GPU, specifically the AMD EPYC 64-core CPU and RTX4080 16G desktop-level graphics card. This combination provides unparalleled AI computing capabilities for personal PCs, capable of handling large model data processing without relying on cloud operations, thus ensuring data security and privacy.
Laptops have evolved into one of the most significant tools for increasing productivity. However, with so many new laptops being released each month, it is tough to pick the suitable one for your necessities. But don’t worry: our roundup includes 12 laptops with a wide range of capabilities.
It’s hard to deny that talking about Microsoft’s Surface, is almost synonymous with the hybrid touch tablets offered by the manufacturer. However, the Surface range also includes laptops running Windows 10, called Surface Laptop Go which recently got its new version.
Microsoft may have started the trend of laptops with detachable keyboards via its Surface line, but nowadays similar offerings from other manufacturers also deserve the spotlight. One of the newest is the Dell Latitude 7320 Detachable.
The ThinkPad X1 Fold folding screen was made by LG. Just like a folding-screen smartphone, the laptop looks like a tablet device with a larger size. This laptop also has two kickstands or legs that can be used to stretch the screen in full. The product that comes with a weight of less than 1 kg will be marketed for around $ 2,499 in mid-2020.