Asus ZenBook Flip 14 UX461UN review

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Peppy, slim, easy to look at and fun to type on, with battery like Asus A31N1537 Battery, Asus X441U Battery, Asus X441UA Battery, Asus X441SA Battery, Asus X441SC Battery, Asus X441UV Battery, Asus A31LP4Q Battery, Asus A31N1601 Battery, Asus R541UA Battery, Asus X541U Battery, Asus X541UV Battery, Asus X541SC Battery, the $900 Asus ZenBook Flip 14 has a lot going for it. That said, it’s tough to recommend the Flip over our current favorite 2-in-1, the HP Spectre x360, which offers a more powerful CPU, a pair of speedy Thunderbolt 3 ports, and substantially better battery life, all for just $170 extra. Still, bargain hunters looking for a slightly larger display than the Spectre’s 13-inch screen may yet be swayed by the cheaper Flip 14.

We reviewed the $900 version of the ZenBook Flip 14, which boasts an Intel Core i5-8250U quad-core processor with integrated UHD 620 graphics, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB solid-state drive. If you’ve got more money to burn, there’s a step-up model of the Flip 14 with an i7-8550U CPU, 16GB of RAM, a 512GB SSD, and a discrete Nvidia GeForce MX150 graphics chip.

Measuring 12.9 by 8.8 by 0.55 inches and weighing in at about 3.3 pounds, the Flip 14 feels thin but dense, as would be the case with pretty much any similarly sized laptop that weighs more than three pounds. Etched with Asus’s signature hairline concentric circles, the Flip 14’s lid looks fairly stylish, if not quite as eye-popping as the glossy lithographed lid of its smaller cousin, the ZenBook 13. Then again, the Flip 14’s lid doesn’t attract nearly as many fingerprints as the ZenBook 13’s lid does.

Armed with a quad-core i5-8250U processor from Intel’s current 8th generation of CPUs, the reasonably fast ZenBook Flip 14 doesn’t harbor any surprises in the performance department. Peppy without breaking records, heat-conscious without playing it too safe, the Flip 14 sticks with the 8th-gen pack without ever quite leading it. Only in the battery-life department were we wishing for more.

We test laptop battery life by looping a 4K video using the stock Windows 10 Movie and TV player, with screen brightness set between 250-260 nits (or about 90 percent on the ZenBook Flip 14) and with the volume set to 50 percent and headphones plugged in.

The Flip 14’s more than nine hours of battery life is certainly respectable; indeed, I was able to use the Flip for most of a workday without plugging in its AC adapter. That said, we were hoping for more given the laptop’s relatively roomy 57Whr battery.

For example, the ZenBook 13 and its smaller 50Whr battery basically scored the same result in our battery drain test, while the runaway winner, the HP Spectre x360, managed to wring more than three hours of additional battery life from an only slightly larger 61Whr battery.

With its peppy performance, sleek design, sharp display and comfy keyboard, the $900 Asus ZenBook Flip 14 makes for a solid entry in the current crop of 8th-generation Intel-powered 2-in-1 notebooks. But you can do better if you can spend a tad more cash for the $1,070 HP Spectre x360, which remains our favorite convertible laptop.

Huawei Matebook X Pro Review

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Huawei’s Matebook X Pro is what happens when designers boil down Microsoft’s Surface Book line to its essentials, sprinkling a bit of paranoia on top for extra flavor.

Huawei’s flagship notebook improves upon the Huawei Matebook X with battery such as Toshiba PA5157U-1BRS Battery, Toshiba M40-A Battery, Toshiba M50-AT02S1 Battery, Toshiba Satellite E55 Battery, Toshiba M50-A Battery, Toshiba Satellite M50T Battery, Toshiba Satellite U940 Battery, Toshiba Satellite U50T Battery, Toshiba PA5208U-1BRS Battery, Toshiba Chromebook CB35 Battery, Toshiba Satellite E45W Battery, Toshiba Satellite P55W Battery that the company launched last year. Now with a 3,000×2,000-pixel display that takes after the Surface Book line, the 13.9-inch notebook will be sold in three configurations, with prices beginning at 1,499 Euros ($1,845 USD). Huawei will ship it to North America this spring, the company said.

Three features distinguish the Matebook X Pro. First, the company is offering a discrete -graphics options within a 0.57-inch (14.6 mm) form factor—not ultrabook thin, but not as chunky as the 0.9-inch thick Surface Book 2, either. Huawei also achieved a 91-percent screen-to-body ratio, which helps pare down the bezel to create something that looks close to an edge-to-edge display. But that design feature also comes at a cost: Huawei removed the webcam and placed it underneath a function key on the keyboard.

As you might guess with a laptop this thin, you’re going to miss some connectivity. The Matebook X Pro offers roomy storage, though, which is some consolation.

Display: 13.9 inches LTPS (3,000 x 2,000); 450 nits, 100% sRGB color
CPU: Core i7-8550U/Core i5-8250U 8th-gen Core processors (Kaby Lake-R)
GPU: Nvidia GeForce MX150, 2 GB GDDR5
Memory: 8GB/16GB LPDDR3
Storage: 256GB/512GB NVMe SSD
Wi-Fi: 802.11ac, 2×2 MIMO, Bluetooth 4.1
Ports: USB-C (2), including 1 with Thunderbolt
Battery: 57.4Wh
Dimensions: 11.97 in. x 8.54 in x 0.57 in., 2.93 pounds

Other features include a Dolby Atmos-powered set of four speakers, which the company promises will deliver an audio punch for consumers as well as professionals. The keyboard is also spillproof, which usually means there’s drainage below the keyboard in case water spills (but you could still be in trouble if what you spill is hot coffee or a sugary beverage). Integrated Huawei Share software facilitates file transfer between Huawei phones and the Matebook X Pro, the company said.

Huawei chose to go with USB-C across the board, both of which support data charging as well as I/O. If you’d like, an optional MateDock 2 docking station (price not disclosed) fits into one of the USB-C ports and provides a USB-A port, a USB-C port, one HDMI port, and a VGA connection.

Though battery life will obviously vary, Huawei claims the Matebook X will deliver 12 hours of video playback or 15 hours of web browsing.

Huawei’s never really cracked the North American market in the way that Dell, HP, or Lenovo have. But the Matebook X Pro appears to combine aesthetics with moderate horsepower—if you don’t mind showing off your double chin, that is.

Toshiba Portege Z835 Review

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The Toshiba Z835 is a real winner in the Ultrabook category and offers great build quality, battery life and good performance at a fair price with battery like Toshiba PA5136U-1BRS Battery, Toshiba Portege Z30 Battery, Toshiba Portege Z30-A Battery, Toshiba Z30-B Battery, Toshiba PT241A-029001 Battery, Toshiba PT241U-05S005 Battery, Toshiba PA5149U-1BRS Battery, Toshiba Z40-A Battery, Toshiba Z40T-B Battery, Toshiba Z50-A Battery, Toshiba Z50-B Battery, Toshiba Z40-C Battery.

This $899 Best Buy exclusive features a 13.3-inch display, 128GB solid state drive, backlit keyboard and six hours of battery life. Read our take to find out what makes this Ultrabook really impressive.

The Portege Z835 (also called the Z830) is an Ultrabook, a new class of notebook computers characterized by their thinness, light weight, and use of Intel Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) processors. These are essentially the Windows alternatives to the Apple MacBook Air.

The Z835 has a professional-looking design with normal straight lines and squared-off edges; Toshiba’s Portege line of notebooks has typically been business oriented so this makes sense. The Z835 will most certainly draw wandering eyes despite its utilitarian appearance due to the sheer thinness – it really is that thin at only 0.63 inches high. The chassis is constructed entirely of magnesium alloy, a lightweight yet strong material. As a result the Z835 feels like almost nothing at 2.4 pounds.

The Z835 has a 13.3-inch display with a glossy surface and 720p (1366×768) resolution. It has plenty of brightness but overall isn’t remarkable in terms of color reproduction or contrast. The glossy surface helps with contrast, specifically the black levels, but hinders usability since nearby light sources can create annoying reflections on the screen. An anti-glare screen coating is preferred; they’re easier to clean too. The 1366×768 resolution is acceptable for this screen size but the more-expensive ASUS UX31 offers a much better 1600×900 resolution (about 30% more working space).

I measured an even six hours of battery life during our standard rundown test (Windows 7 Balanced power profile, 70% screen brightness, wireless active and refreshing a web page every 60 seconds). This is a respectable time and in the range of what we expect from Ultrabooks.

The Toshiba Portege Z835 is an all-around winner and was a pleasure to review. It has solid build quality, a decent backlit keyboard, a good touchpad, six hours of battery life, and the characteristic light weight (2.4 lbs) and thinness we’ve come to expect from Ultrabooks. Where the Z835 stumbles is performance; the included 128GB SSD is exceptionally slow. The Intel Core i3 processor is bottom of the barrel but should have plenty of oomph for general usage.

At $899 the Z835 undercuts existing Ultrabooks by $100 or more and makes for a very attractive choice. It is an ideal on-the-go companion and a tempting alternative to the Apple MacBook Air.

•Decent backlit keyboard
•6 hours battery life
•Great value
•Plenty of ports including USB 3.0

Fujitsu Lifebook E743 Review

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When corporate bosses go PC shopping for their road warriors, they need to know: Are the laptops light and easy to carry? Are they comfortable to use? Can employees hook up all the stuff they need during trips and back in the office? Do the systems offer good security options? Finally, can they take the thumps and bumps of hard traveling? All these issues affect productivity and the cost of both initial hardware purchase and upkeep, bottom-line concerns for any company.

Juggling the above goals, Fujitsu achieves mixed success with its latest Lifebook. The highlight: The Lifebook E743 is about as expandable as a compact laptop with a 14-inch display can get. The notebook bristles with ports and slots, and it also has an innovative expansion bay that lets you pop in a second battery pack with battery such as Fujitsu LifeBook NH570 Battery, Fujitsu FPCBP175AP Battery, Fujitsu Celsius H250 Battery, Fujitsu Celsius H700 Battery, Fujitsu Celsius H920 Battery, Fujitsu LifeBook A6230 Battery, Fujitsu FMVNBP215 Battery, Fujitsu FMVNBP216 Battery, Fujitsu FPB0272 Battery, Fujitsu FPCBP335 Battery, Fujitsu FPCBP334 Battery, Fujitsu LifeBook LH532 Battery, an optical drive, or even a mini projector. The Lifebook also comes with plenty of security-centric and office-integration features, including a fingerprint scanner, a Smart Card reader, and an underside connector for locking the machine onto a docking station or port replicator.

At first blush, we quite liked this Lifebook. Pulling it out of its shipping box, we could hold it securely by its spine, because the notebook tapers down from 1.3 inches thick at the hinge to just 0.9 inch at the front edge. It’s quietly stylish, with a burnished magnesium top and a thin red stripe that runs along the front edge with a jaunty little flare at one end.

Under the lid, the keyboard deck is attractive aluminum. The front edges of the screen and keyboard are beveled inward, making it easy to grip and flip up the screen and get down to work. The hinge is well tensioned, letting you easily position the panel but keep it tilted at the right viewing angle.

This Lifebook comes with just the main battery installed. That 5,800mAh lithium-ion pack held on for five hours and change in our rundown test, which is certainly okay, but nothing to tweet your colleagues about…

Fujitsu didn’t send us the secondary bay battery for formal testing. The option to install this secondary battery, though, takes some of the sting out of the fact that you can’t yet get this machine with any of Intel’s 4th-Generation/"Haswell" mobile CPUs inside. So far, in the Haswell-based laptops we have tested, Haswell and good battery life have run hand-in-hand.

To sum up, it’s hard to beat the Fujitsu Lifebook E743 if you want to graft a raft of peripherals onto your notebook. But you may chafe at the clunky keyboard and touch pad, and we found ourselves thinking about fit-and-finish and construction sturdiness rather than taking those things for granted as we do with many laptops.

If it’s going to spend more time in the office than on the road, and you can plug in an external keyboard and mouse, then this Lifebook isn’t a bad deal. But if you travel a lot, check out similar 14-inch slimlines from other vendors, and be sure to try them out to get a good feel for their keyboards, touch pads, and screens. Whether you help run a Fortune 500 company or a 15-person office, you want your people out there being the best earners they can be.

Mindray M7 Portable Ultrasound

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The Mindray M7 portable ultrasound with battery like Mindray DP-50 Battery, Mindray DP-50Vet Battery, Mindray BeneHeart Z6 Battery, Mindray LI24I002A Battery, Mindray LI23I001A Battery, Mindray M5 Battery, Mindray M7 Battery, Mindray M7T Battery, Mindray M5T Battery, Mindray M9 Battery, Mindray M05-010005-09 Battery, Mindray D6 Battery is one of the more advanced mid-range Color Doppler systems available. As a shared-service system, it features high-quality imaging, Doppler, and very good penetration, ideal vascular and general imaging purposes. The Mindray M7 is also designed for medical services like anaesthesia, orthopedic, venous, superficial, and general radiology. Some of the M7’s other important features include:
•Speckle reduction imaging
•Tissue Doppler
•Compound ultrasound imaging
•Wireless capability
•Durable chassis

The Mindray ultrasound’s patented transducer technology is designed to increase image bandwidth and transmission efficiency, providing an improved S/N ratio for images.

The M7 is in a very crowded market for mid-range portable ultrasound devices. This Mindray ultrasound performs very well in general radiology and superficial imaging. Its vascular imaging provides excellent penetration and color Doppler. The M7 is one of the best systems in its price range for deep 2D penetration and color Doppler for vascular applications.

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•1.5 hour lithuim-ion battery
•anti-shock, and anti-splash features

Agilent 86105C Infiniium DCA-J Module

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The New DAQ6510 Multimeter System

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Creating a new level of simplicity, the DAQ6510 with battery like Tektronix Y350C Battery, Tektronix Y400 Battery, Rohde Schwarz FSH626 Battery, Rohde Schwarz FSH-Z32 Battery, Rohde Schwarz FSH6 Battery, Rohde Schwarz FSH18 Battery, Rohde Schwarz FSH3 Battery, Biocare ECG-9803G Battery, Biocare HYLB-114A Battery, Aspect 185-0152 Battery, JDSU Acterna MTS-6000 Adapter, Aspect VTI 14564 Battery has a touchscreen user interface that enables faster setup time, real time monitoring of test status, and detailed data analysis on the instrument.

Set up and run a test simply and quickly without having to write a test program. The DAQ6510 Data Acquisition and Logging Multimeter System’s intuitive touchscreen provides simple configuration with visual and intuitive test setups, real-time visualizations of scan status for catching problems early to avoid lost test time, and easy analysis of test data.

•Configure: Setup a multi-channel scan with multiple measurement functions using one measure and scan configuration menu.
•Run and monitor: Display the progress of the scan during the test to immediately see measurements out of range and limits exceeded.
•Analyze: Display and analyze results using the plotting and statistics functions. Use the touchsceen’s pinch and zoom capability to study results in depth. Use cursors to compute statistics on segments of the data.

The DAQ6510 is made to measure with 6½-digit resolution and 15 built-in measurement functions. Make low-current, low-resistance, and temperature measurements, and see transient signals with the built-in digitizer.

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Philips Envisor C

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To provide highly detailed, enhanced quality images, the Philips Envisor C includes Color Doppler, CW Doppler, Cardiac Calculations, OB/Gyn Calculations, Panoramic Imaging (Siescape), PW Doppler, Stress Echo, Tissue Harmonics Imaging (THI/NTHI), and Vascular Calculations, among others.

The Philips Envisor C ultrasound’s lightweight, compact size and four-wheel swivel capability makes it ideal for portable and mobile imaging solutions as well.

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Philips HD3 Portable Ultrasound

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This ultrasound system provides color imaging in both 2D and 3D, and it features multiple scanning modes for a variety of applications. Just some of the HD3 ultrasound’s applications include:

With the goal of helping you achieve greater diagnosis confidence, the Philips HD3 ultrasound uses broadband digital beamformer technology to capture and preserve substantial tissue information. Additionally, operators can take advantage of HD gray scale and color, comprehensive reports, and a dynamic range.

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Mindray BeneView T1 Patient Monitor

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When connected to the Hypervisor VI central monitoring system, the T1 allows for easy patient monitoring from the nurse’s station or any bedside monitor in the network. The T1 is also easy to transport, with an ergonomic carrying handle and multiple mounting options for incredible mobility.

In addition to offering a seamless monitoring experience and being easy to move among different locations, the T1 offers the following benefits:
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•Designed specifically to meet the challenges associated with monitoring patients during transport
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For the most complete patient monitoring during transport and on to the point of care location, the T1 delivers an optimized user experience. The portability and seamless integration with the BeneView patient monitor makes it a smart choice for even the busiest clinical settings.

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