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You’ll see some ultrabooks with Intel’s ultra-low-voltage (ULV) processors, with model names like Intel Core i5-7Y54—look for the Y in place of a number. (These chips used to be part of The UX330UA comes with a one-year limited warranty from Asus. Once the lid is open, the heavy touchscreen threatens to tip the laptop backward when the screen is touched or the table shakes. Some folks have had issues with palm rejection, though we didn't. Source

Below: that's as far as the screen goes back. Ahead of CES 2016, which officially kicks off Tuesday, Dell has announced a convertible version of its popular XPS 13 laptop. d) The coil whine does NOT originate near the power button. Dell bucks the trend by fitting a surprisingly capacious 52 WHr, 4 cell Lithium battery in the tiny XPS 13 chassis (56 WHr for the late 2015 XPS 13).

The top of the keyboard heats up under this extreme stress, but it’s still not bothersome. What makes a good ultrabook How we picked and tested Our pick: Dell XPS 13 Flaws but not dealbreakers Who else likes our pick Runner-up with a 360-degree hinge: HP Spectre Battery: 52 WHr on early 2015, 56 WHr on late 2015, 4 cell Lithium Ion rechargeable sealed inside. Filling space (Score:1) by hackwrench ( 573697 ) writes: Games, at the very least.

This thing can be finicky!!!! Site design by John Mahoney/Big Ship. its amazing, my last gen i7 is a 35w fanless mini-itx box. Temperatures once again do not exceed 80 °C.

We look forward to testing the 2017 version, though the X1 Carbon has been too expensive over the past few years for us to recommend it over our other picks. Who else likes our pick The Dell XPS 13 is unanimously well-liked, and most reviewers also prefer the 1080p model over the QHD touchscreen configuration. We’ve added our initial thoughts on these new models to the What to look forward to section below. Download this, install it and problem fixed!

Im also curious how long this post stays up. This is a design flaw. Posted by John 1GHz on 9 Nov 2016 17:31 Justin, What is Dell's official reason/cause for the coil whine? Coil whine is a hardware problem, and you won't fix it via software.

Key sizes are mostly standard, with only the far left and right vertical columns seeing some shrinkage—and nothing catastrophic or truly disruptive, either. Re: (Score:1) by Anonymous Coward writes: I have the "normal" XPS 13 and it runs Linux without problems (with a recent kernel) Re:yeah, but will it run Linux (Score:5, Informative) by I thought it might be a fan issue, because when I tapped it lightly near the top of the keyboard, the noise went away for a few seconds (I haven't had NotebookCheck dubs the UX330UA an “elegant long-runner,” concluding that it “inherits the best qualities of the series, such as a superb casing and low weight.

Noise Level Idle 30.2 / 30.3 / 30.4 dB(A)Load 34.4 / 48 dB(A) 30 dBsilent40 dB(A)audible50 dB(A)loud min: , med: , max: BK Precision 732A (15 cm distance) TemperatureThe this contact form I had a problem where I had to reboot for the computer to recognize my headphones. It costs about $300 more than the non-touch version at the time of this writing. (The touch model also goes up to a Core i7 processor and 16 GB of RAM, They refused to repar / replace / refound my xps couse according to them there is no problem and the noise will not cause any problem in normal use.

That’s nearly an inch wider than both the Dell XPS 13 and Spectre x360, and almost an inch deeper than the XPS 13. [] Re: (Score:1) by Anonymous Coward writes: Considering they have not fixed the placement of the camera which gives your nasal cavity prime coverage, I doubt they have fixed the But ultrabooks also cost more than your typical laptop: Expect to pay between $700 and $1,500; the sweet spot is roughly $1,100 to $1,200. have a peek here The Asus ZenBook UX305CA is imperceptibly thinner and lighter than the UX305LA, but it uses a weaker Core M processor, and in our tests it had shorter battery life.

Doesn't sound negligible to me. One user has reported that there were no improvements in terms of coil whine. Tired of 2010 options (Score:5, Insightful) by vinn ( 4370 ) writes: on Monday January 02, 2017 @05:16PM (#53593885) Homepage Journal I'm getting so sick of laptop manufacturers, in particular Dell,

All of these are minor flaws, and we strongly considered recommending the Yoga 910 for its big, beautiful screen, 360-degree hinge, and fingerprint reader.

This is rare, however, and it seems that the machine does a good job of remaining within near-silent or at least tolerable noise levels during most every scenario. We also tested the convertible Acer Spin 7, which has all the same flaws and lacks a keyboard backlight. We are excited to test it out with the Razer Core to see how well it pairs with an external graphics docking station for gaming. We tested the Lenovo ThinkPad 13 with a sixth-generation processor as a potential budget option because it has our recommended specs for less than $850, but found it had roughly an

Re: (Score:2) by hhawk ( 26580 ) writes: Really looks great.. The power state can be influenced by the firmware of different components. The keys feel tight and their surfaces are smooth and comfortable; our only complaint is that they attract and retain grease very easily, and it remains visible on the most frequently Check out our “What laptop should I buy?” guide if you’re not sure which laptop is best for your needs.

If I don't pay attention, I stop hearing it. But for all the great products that we see coming from Cupertino’s coffers, there’s seemingly always another one waiting to unseat it, however unnoticed or subtle its introduction may be. The webcam had to be relocated to accommodate the bezel shrink. We feel like you wanted just our money and you didn't just pass your machines under quality control. 2) WHY and HOW all other companies have managed not to have coil

The speakers produce a crispy noise all the time. You won't be able to vote or comment. 456Is this noise 'coil whine'? It's attractive even when it's powered off. Which I don't recommend.

Photo: Michael Hession The Spectre x360 has a 13.3-inch, 1920×1080 IPS display just like our top pick, but with the added bonus of a touchscreen and 360-degree hinge. Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re: (Score:2) by radarskiy ( 2874255 ) writes: i3, i5, i5 stand for: good, better, best.Seriously, that the definition of these marketing terms. A good keyboard and trackpad are also crucial, and an ultrabook should have decent speakers and shouldn’t get too hot or too loud. Coil whine in a mac will be more difficult to detect than in an XPS 13 because of the ''carbon fiber''. (Btw, carbon fiber is glorified plastic) Like 0 Reply You

Posted by Stochos on 12 Nov 2016 12:58 This is pretty pathetic. Read more. Down side... If you don't mind a larger 13" footprint and 6.5 hour battery life, the Asus Zenbook UX303LA is also worth a look at $899 with full HD touch screen and 8

SSD uses NAND flash, which shares the denisities of DRAM, but is as slow as molasses. I had one motherboard replacement last week (on-site), which made no difference (possibly even worse).