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The Exynos-powered GS4 is just as excellent as the Snapdragon 600 variant, with slightly better performance. However, the lack of LTE will be a dealbreaker for some. Read on to find the difference an octo-core processor makes.
The Fit 15 combines a pretty design with impressive specs, solid performance and an improved keyboard, but it's hindered by short battery life and narrow viewing angles. Read on for our full review and detailed look into the pros and cons of Sony's newest notebook.
For $100 the Flex offers the features you'd desire most in a fitness tracker while also being more attractive and more affordable than its competitors. But does the Flex deliver enough at that price to make it the standout choice? Read on to find out.
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- Key specs
- Reviews • 0
- Type Midsize
- Screen size 15.5 inches
- Screen resolution 1920 x 1080
- Bundled OS Windows (8)
- Processor speed 2 GHz
- System RAM 8 GB
- Weight 5.73 lb
- Announced 2013-05-07
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