Asus and Dell both released their own new laptops in the second half of 2016, and as usual they both offered a few tweaks to their laptops that might make them stand out from the crowd.
Asus’ VivoBooks, a 13-inch convertible laptop that’s powered by the quad-core Intel Core i7 processor, came in a lot of different shapes and sizes, but the most notable difference was a new design.
It came in the form of the Asus Vivobook S15.
The S15’s design, however, is nothing new.
Dell, meanwhile, released the Dell Inspiron 13.
The 13- and 15-inch laptops are pretty similar, but with a few key differences.
For starters, the Inspiron is a bit larger.
It weighs in at just 3.2 pounds and is almost 10 percent thicker than the Vivobooks.
This makes the Inspirons more of a laptop, but also more of an “office” laptop.
The Dell Inspirion also comes with a fingerprint scanner, but it’s just one of the features that’s not present on the Dell Vivobook S15, and it’s a bit of a pain to customize.
But overall, I really liked the Inspireons design, which feels a lot more premium than the Dell laptops.
I also really liked that Dell included a keyboard on the Inspiration 13, which is a good thing.
It’s not a perfect keyboard, but Dell’s built-in keys have been a nice improvement over the Inspirs keyboards.
Dell’s included Bluetooth keyboard is also a good addition to the Dell laptop, and the VibeBook S30s keyboard feels a little heavier than the Inspurons.
The Inspirions included speakers are also louder than the Asus and Dell laptops, and you can customize them to your liking, but there are no built-out Bluetooth speakers.
I’m also a big fan of the Vibes 15- and 20-inch versions, and I really enjoyed using them.
They’re not going to be as comfortable or as light as the Asus, but they’re also definitely not as expensive.
The Vibers have a similar design to the Inspires, but these have bigger and thicker keyboards, and they’re a lot heavier than any of the laptops.
The 15- or 20-incher versions also come with a more robust battery.
Dell also introduced a new camera with the Inspirit, and this new camera is pretty great.
It comes with 16-megapixel cameras for better low-light performance, but I found the quality of the photos to be a bit average.
Dell has included an infrared camera as well as an ambient light sensor, so the camera can track the time of day and see how far away you are from the lights.
You also get a built- in microphone for a better sound quality.
You can also get an integrated microphone that lets you talk to your partner.
Dell hasn’t done a great job of making the Dell computer comfortable, though, and its keyboard is still a bit cramped and the buttons on the keyboard are a bit stiff.
Dell didn’t really offer a good upgrade path for the Inspriss or Inspirit for $1,299, and even with that price tag, the Dell S15 is still an attractive purchase.
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The company that’s most known for its laptops was also one of their most successful.
While other vendors released laptops that were lighter, larger, and thinner, Dell was able to keep its laptops competitive and affordable.
Dell was also able to bring the Inspiores to the market with a price that was actually competitive.
If you were going to buy a Dell laptop this year, the Vividbook S30 is definitely worth considering.
It might be the most affordable and the best value in the whole lineup.
It has the same camera, the same battery, and a similar keyboard, too.
The only thing that it lacks is a fingerprint sensor.
However, I’m sure Dell will bring it to market with an additional fingerprint sensor later this year.
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