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The Best Laptops of CES 2022


With the three major chipmakers launching new processors and graphics cards for laptops, CES 2022 was poised to be a huge event for PCs. Now that the dust has settled on the event, we’re pleased to say it exceeded our expectations. Laptop makers came to play this year, showing off interesting new devices that are more…

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Acer’s New Chromebook Spin 513 Is Affordable and Powerful

It’s hard to stand out at CES, but Acer found a way to make us stand up and take notice with its Chromebook Spin 513, which comes packed with just about every feature you could ever want from a Chromebook without breaking the bank too much.

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The Best Gaming Laptops of 2022

Gaming laptops are the perfect combination of power and portability, allowing gamers to enjoy their favorite titles anywhere. If you’re looking to take gaming on the road or just don’t want a computer tower taking up space, check out these great and powerful laptops for a variety of budgets.

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Here’s How to Right Click On Chromebooks

Chromebook on white surfaceChromebooks are simply laptops, but perhaps not like any other laptop you’ve used due to their one defining feature: Chrome OS. The operating system is designed to be simple enough for anyone to use, offering a relatively minimalist experience for users who primarily need the device for getting online, writing documents, and other simple tasks. Because Chrome OS is different … Continue reading

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10 Laptops That Were Too Strange for This World

Only in the last few years has laptop design evolved beyond its clamshell origins, with the introduction of dual screens, convertibles, and foldable displays, but some of the most fascinating features were found in the laptops that failed along the way. From Compaq and IBM in the ‘90s to Lenovo and Asus in more recent…

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Microsoft Is Finally Making a Chromebook Rival, but It Might Be Too Late


Today Microsoft announced the first true Chromebook competitor we’ve seen with the $250 Surface Laptop SE, a cheap Windows 11 laptop with entry-level specs. It’s perfect for students, and it’s exactly the kind of machine Google and Chrome OS device makers have been churning out for years. Why now?

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The 6 Best Chromebooks for Holiday 2021

Acer Chromebook Spin 713 against orange backgroundAcer

ChromeOS has come a long way, but the hardware has also evolved a lot. Chromebooks are more varied today than ever before, so whether you’re looking for something cheap and to-the-point or expensive and powerful, there’s a Chromebook for you (or someone on your holiday shopping list).

What to Look for in a Chromebook

New Chromebooks aren’t all about being value-friendly (though they are certainly that). The versatile laptops also offer decent power paired with reliable components, making them a great choice for everyday use. Here are the things you’ll want to pay attention to when comparing Chromebooks:

  • Performance: If you know anything about ChromeOS—the operating system built by Google and used by all Chromebooks—you know that it’s pretty lightweight compared to Windows or macOS. Because of that, Chromebooks can get by being a lot less powerful than other laptops, but that doesn’t mean they need to be. There are still benefits to be gained from a faster CPU or more RAM in a Chromebook, especially as more intensive apps have found their way to the OS. You won’t need to pay for higher-end specs if you’ll only use the Chromebook for simple lightweight tasks, such as online classes, scrolling your socials, or writing up documents for work.
  • Display: Resolution, size, and whether or not it’s a touchscreen are all important factors to consider when it comes to a Chromebook’s display. While most of those are purely visual, touchscreen functionality, in particular, is extremely useful and allows Chromebooks to offer tablet modes as well.
  • Clamshell vs. 2-in-1: Speaking of tablet modes, there are two main types of Chromebooks you’ll find nowadays: clamshells and 2-in-1s. The former is the standard laptop design you’d expect, while 2-in-1s are more versatile. 2-in-1s can be converted into a tablet, usually by folding the keyboard behind the display. It’s a nice bonus feature, but if you’re not interested in a ChromeOS tablet, there’s no point in seeking it out.
  • Storage: While Chromebooks tend to rely on cloud storage more than most laptops, that doesn’t mean internal storage isn’t important. Besides storing files, the type of storage it is can also affect how well the computer runs. SSD storage is the fastest most Chromebooks will offer and it allows file transfer and general operation to run much quicker. eMMC is a cheaper and slower alternative but it still does a solid job—this is what you’ll see in the majority of Chromebooks.

Best Overall: Acer Chromebook Spin 713

Acer Chromebook Spin 713Acer


  • Great performance
  • 2-in-1
  • 1440p display


  • Limited battery life

Powered by an Intel Core i5 processor and 8GB of RAM, the Spin 713 has plenty of juice for ChromeOS no matter what you’re doing, and it’s an easy pick for the best Chromebook. Throw in 128GB of SSD storage, a flexible 2-in-1 design, a 13.3-inch 1440p display, and a good selection of ports (including two USB-C, one USB-A, and an HDMI) and the Spin 713 is a wonderfully versatile Chromebook that’s great for working, recreation, and anything in between. While the 10-hour battery life may not be worth writing home about, it’s still long enough to get through the day if you don’t push it.

Best Overall

Acer Chromebook Spin 713

A 2-in-1 Chromebook with great specs all-around.

Best Mid-Range: Lenovo Chromebook Flex 5

Lenovo Chromebook Flex 5Lenovo


  • Solid performance
  • 2-in-1
  • Good selection of ports


  • Middling display

Lenovo’s Flex 5 may not excel in any particular category, but it does well enough in all of them to be a viable Chromebook. The Core i3 processor, joined by 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, provides ChromeOS enough power to ensure you won’t experience any slowdown until you start pushing things. Add in the 13-inch 1080p HD display and a 2-in-1 design, and the Flex 5 is exactly what you’d expect out of a modern Chromebook: ideal for everyday use, but not much more. It also has a solid selection of ports including two USB-C, one USB-A 3.0, and a microSD card reader.

Best Mid-Range

Lenovo Chromebook Flex 5

This Chromebook may not wow in any particular category, but it’s still a solid all-around choice for the money.


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Best Display: Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2

Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2Samsung


  • Beautiful QLED panel
  • 2-in-1
  • Solid specs


  • Expensive
  • Limited ports

While the Galaxy Chromebook 2‘s display may only run at a basic 1080p, it’s the QLED panel that makes it so attractive. This means the screen does a much better job at displaying colors and contrast than most Chromebooks, and laptops in general. But it doesn’t stop there; It also features a Core i3 processor (or a less powerful Celeron processor for the cheaper model), four or eight gigabytes of RAM, and 128GB of internal storage. It’s also a 2-in-1, so you can make full use of the touch-screen in tablet mode.

All-in-all, it’s a great premium Chromebook that also sports a striking shade of “Fiesta Red” for its aluminum body (or you can get in the much more boring “Mercury Gray”). With 13 hours of battery life, you can safely rely on the Galaxy Chromebook 2 all day long as well. Be aware though, It’s fairly limited when it comes to ports, only offering a couple of USB-C ports and a microSD card reader.

Best Display

Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2

An excellent display in an already great Chomebook.


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Best Budget: Acer Chromebook 314

Acer Chromebook 314Acer


  • Affordable
  • Good amount of ports


  • Slower than other Chromebooks

Acer’s 314 is a pretty basic Chromebook all things considered. Its clamshell design, 14-inch 1080p HD display (with touch functionality), and an Intel Celeron processor don’t make for the most exciting package, but considering the 314 is priced well into the budget bracket, it’s plenty appealing. This is a solid Chromebook if you’re tight on cash or just want a taste of ChromeOS before committing to something more expensive. It also has a good selection of ports, including multiple USB-A and USB-C, alongside a microSD card reader.

Acer Chromebook 314

Best Budget

While the 314 may not wow, it does deliver a solid user-experience for the money.


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Best for Performance: Google Pixelbook Go

Google Pixelbook GoGoogle


  • High-end specs
  • Clean design
  • Lightweight


  • Limited ports (only two USB-C)
  • Expensive

If you’re after the fastest Chromebook on the market, the Pixelbook Go is for you. Straight from Google itself, the Go comes in a few different models; the most powerful of which is powered by an Intel Core i7 processor and 16GB of RAM. It may be a bit overkill for ChromeOS, but you can rest assured knowing your Chromebook can handle whatever you throw at it, whether it’s an intensive app or a few dozen tabs. It’s even made with portability in mind, so it’s extremely thin and lightweight despite its impressive list of specs. You can also get the Go with up to 256GB of SSD storage.

On top of this, the Go features a 13-inch 1080p touchscreen display, a backlit keyboard, and up to 12 hours of battery life. The only thing limiting about the Go is that it only has two USB-C ports and an aux port—no USB-A or HDMI to be seen, unfortunately. Overall, though it’s a great pick for anyone looking for a more robust Chromebook.

Best for Performance

Google Pixelbook Go

An extremely powerful Chromebook straight from Google.


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Best Tablet: Lenovo Chromebook Duet

Lenovo Chromebook DuetLenovo


  • Great for tablet users
  • Affordable
  • Good battery life


  • Keyboard isn’t ideal for intensive work
  • Weaker specs

The Lenovo Chromebook Duet is a fantastic value that, unlike the other Chromebooks here, almost exclusively focuses on the tablet experience. Sure, it has a detachable keyboard but this is no 2-in-1, the keyboard solely exists as an optional part of the tablet for when you need to type.

The low price does, likewise, result in fairly limited specs—Mediatek Helio P60T processor, 128GB of internal storage, and 4GB of RAM—but it’s still enough for lightweight users to get by on. The battery is long-lasting, it performs excellently for the money, and it can have up to 128GB of internal storage. If you’re interested in a ChromeOS tablet, this is easily the best option; if you prefer a more traditional laptop, however, then the detachable keyboard probably won’t cut it for you.

Best Tablet

Lenovo Chromebook Duet

ChromeOS tablets can be hit or miss, but the Duet is definitely a hit.

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How to Disable Guest Browsing on a Chromebook

If you leave your Chromebook sitting around where it could potentially be used by others—but you don’t want them to—it’s easy to disable guest browsing in Google’s Chrome OS so that only registered accounts can use the device. Here’s how to do it.

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The 7 Best Laptops for Holiday 2021

best laptops including asus rog zephyrus g14, lenovo flex 5, and apple macbook airASUS/Lenovo/Apple

A laptop makes it easy to lounge on your couch while paying bills, work remotely in a coffee shop, or binge your favorite TV show under your warm comforter. Ultimately, laptops are extremely versatile, useful, and make a great addition to your day-to-day life.

When it comes to starting a search for a new laptop, it’s intimidating, to say the least. Laptops range wildly in price, from a few hundred dollars to over two thousand dollars. Then, laptops boast their specs in numbers and acronyms that are impossible to translate for some, making it difficult to really see the difference between an affordable model and an expensive model.

If you want a clearer understanding of how to read laptop specs, we’ve got you covered. Or, if you just want to hop right to it and see which laptops are the best of the best right now, keep reading!

What to Look for in a Laptop

Buying a new laptop is no small investment. And with so many different options out there, it’s hard to know which one suits your needs the most. Here’s everything you should consider when choosing your laptop:

  • Use Case: What will you be using the laptop for? To scroll social media or take online classes? To stream your latest gaming achievements on Twitch? To edit photos and videos? Having an idea of what you’ll use the laptop for is critical to choosing the right one. If you’ll only be using it for simple tasks (writing an email, scrolling Twitter, online shopping), you won’t need to worry about having powerful high-end specs; likewise, if you’ll regularly be performing more intensive processes with it (streaming, gaming, editing, etc.), you will need a laptop with specs that can keep up with you.
  • Operating System: There’s no right answer when picking between operating systems; it all comes down to personal preference. But you do need to be aware of your options. All of the laptops on this list come with either macOS or Windows 10 OS, but there are also options out there for Linux and Chrome OS.
  • Specs: Every laptop you can buy will have the same basic structure, comprised of a CPU, storage, RAM, an integrated or dedicated GPU, ports, and more. That said, not all laptops are created equally. Using storage as an easy example, some laptops come with a 256GB model, a 512GB model, or even models with 1 TB of storage or higher. Consider your needs, and keep in mind that the better the specs are, the more you’re going to pay for your laptop.
  • Screen Size: Consider how large you want your laptop screen to be. A larger 17-inch screen is great for clearly viewing media and getting work done efficiently, but the laptop won’t be as portable as one with a smaller screen. Smaller screens around 13- or 14-inches work well for those who travel a lot with their laptop, but you’ll be working in a much smaller area. Then, there are 15.6-inch screens, which are kind of that happy medium between a small, portable laptop and a large screen to work on.
  • Unique Features: Although most laptops are all built the same in terms of working parts, there are a few special features that not all laptops have. Some laptops have touchscreen capability that allows you to use a stylus or your finger to navigate the screen instead of your trackpad or a mouse. Then, there are also laptops that come with 2-in-1 functionality, meaning that you can use the device normally as a laptop or flip the keyboard backward to use the device as a tablet. Some even have detachable keyboards, but we focused on more stable options for this guide.
  • Price & Longevity: You’ll also need to factor in your budget. There are more affordable laptops out there, but they usually mean skimping on specs like extra storage or RAM. Likewise, with inexpensive options, you might end up needing to upgrade components like storage down the line or having to buy an entirely new laptop in a few years. If you spend a bit more upfront, you’ll likely be investing in a laptop that will hold up longer before it needs replacing; plus, you’ll also likely be getting beefier specs like a more impressive CPU, more storage, and sometimes even a dedicated GPU.

Best Overall: HP Envy X360

HP - ENVY x360 2-in-1 15.6 Touch-Screen LaptopHP


  • 2-in-1 capability
  • Decent battery life
  • FHD edge-to-edge touchscreen


  • Could have more RAM
  • 15.6-inch display may be too big for some

HP’s Envy X360 is a great mid-range pick that’ll be perfect for most people, whether you need a laptop for school, work, or just for fun. It’s a 2-in-1 laptop, meaning that it can go from being a regular laptop to a tablet, depending on what you need. Also, it has a 15.6-inch touchscreen with 1920 x 1080 resolution; additionally, its edge-to-edge display maximizes the viewing area and looks clean.

There’s a 512GB SSD for storage, 8GB of RAM for multitasking, and an AMD Ryzen 7 CPU. There’s not a dedicated GPU, but Radeon graphics are integrated with the CPU. The battery can last up to 13 hours in between charges and takes less than an hour to go from 0% to 50% battery life.

Best Overall

HP Envy X360

For most people, HP’s Envy X360 is an awesome choice with good specs and handy 2-in-1 functionality.

Best Budget: Lenovo Ideapad 3

Lenovo - Ideapad 3 15 15.6 Touch-Screen LaptopLenovo


  • Super affordable
  • Surprisingly has 8GB of memory


  • Meh overall specs
  • Poor battery life

For a simple budget laptop capable of running basic programs that won’t cost you a lot, Lenovo’s Ideapad 3 is perfect. Though you won’t be able to play intensive games or do anything that’s super demanding on its processor, the Ideapad 3 is perfect for browsing the web and running programs like Microsoft Office for school or work. You can even comfortably stream Netflix or other video content on the 15.6-inch LED touchscreen, though beware that it only has a 1366 x 768 resolution, so you won’t be able to enjoy much HD content.

Inside, the specs are similarly basic. There’s only 8GB of RAM, a 256GB SSD, and a 10th-gen Intel Core i3 CPU with two cores and integrated graphics. With a thin, light design that makes it easy to carry around, the Ideapad 3 is a great choice for college students on a budget. It only has a 7.5-hour battery life, but this is plenty of juice for a day of classes. And you get a full numpad attached to the comfortable keyboard, which can be rare on laptops.

Best Budget

Lenovo Ideapad 3

The Lenovo Ideapad 3 will save you money and still deliver a decent laptop that’s capable of running basic programs.

Best Premium: Dell XPS 15

Dell - XPS 15 - 15.6 OLED Touch-Screen LaptopDell


  • Speedy 16GB RAM and 1TB SSD
  • Impressive screen resolution
  • Dedicated NVIDIA graphics card


  • Pricey
  • 15.6-inch screen may be too big for some

Dell’s XPS 15 laptop is a powerful machine that, although expensive, will last you for years to come and run games and other demanding programs with ease. With a 15.6-inch OLED touchscreen that has 3456 x 2160 resolution, video content and games will look crisp and colorful as well.

Looking inside the XPS 15, there’s a 1TB SSD for plenty of storage, 16GB of RAM for great multitasking, and an 11th-gen Intel Core i7 CPU with 8 cores. There’s even a dedicated NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti GPU with 4GB of GDDR6 to help games run even smoother. These specs make it easy to do pretty much anything on this laptop, from running intensive design programs to surfing the web to playing a graphically demanding game. If you need something a little smaller, consider the Dell XPS 13, which enjoys many of the same features in a more compact package.

Best Premium

Dell XPS 15

If you have the money to splurge on a laptop that’ll last you for years, go for the Dell XPS 15.

Best for Apple Fans: 2020 Apple MacBook Air

2020 Apple MacBook Air Laptop Apple M1 ChipApple


  • Fairly affordable for a MacBook
  • Has Apple’s M1 chip
  • Long battery life


  • Wish it had more RAM for the price
  • Only has two USB-C ports

The latest MacBook Air is the perfect choice for fans of Apple’s signature sleek design and intuitive operating system. For a laptop from Apple, it’s relatively affordable and has a thin, light design that makes it easy to cart around with you.

In terms of specs, there are 8GB of RAM, a 512GB SSD, and Apple’s custom M1 chip. This M1 chip is specifically designed for Mac devices and integrates the CPU, GPU, Neural Engine, I/O, and more on the company’s M1 chip. Then, the MacBook Air has a 13.3-inch Retina display with 2560 x 1600 resolution that shows vivid colors and sharp blacks.

Despite these powerful specs, it has a long battery life that can last you up to 18 hours. And if you want to save a little bit of money, there’s a MacBook Air model with just 256GB of storage.

Best for Apple Fans

2020 Apple MacBook Air

The MacBook Air has impressive specs and a fanless design to make this a powerful, yet quiet laptop for Apple fans.


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Most Powerful Mac: Apple MacBook Pro 16-inch

Apple - MacBook Pro - 16 Display with Touch BarApple


  • Plenty of RAM and storage
  • Dedicated graphics memory
  • Sleek design


  • Super expensive
  • 16-inch display could be too big for some (and too heavy)

The 16-inch MacBook Pro from Apple costs quite a bit, but you get a pretty powerful machine in exchange. While you’ll, of course, get the sleek, modern design and impressive build quality Apple always delivers, the specs are pretty impressive too.

Inside, you’ll find a 1TB SSD and a whopping 16GB of RAM, which is honestly expected at this high price point. There’s not a proprietary Apple M1 chip inside, but instead a 9th-gen Intel Core i9 CPU and an AMD Radeon Pro 5500M GPU. In between charges, all these impressive specs working together can last up to 11 hours. You’ll charge using the USB-C ports, which is pretty handy.

With a 16-inch display and Apple’s signature aluminum casing, as well as top-notch specs inside, this laptop is pretty heavy. If you’re looking for a laptop to bring with you traveling or to work or school, you might consider getting a lighter laptop. If you’re in love with Apple’s laptops, check out the MacBook Air and you’ll still get a sleek laptop that’s slightly less powerful, but a lot lighter.

Most Powerful Mac

Apple MacBook Pro 16-inch

If you want a MacBook that can handle more powerful software, has dedicated gaming memory, and plenty of storage space, go for the 16-inch MacBook Pro.

Affordable 2-in-1: Lenovo Flex 5

Lenovo Flex 5 14 2-in-1 Laptop, 14.0 FHD touch displayLenovo


  • Affordable
  • 2-in-1 capability
  • Plenty of memory


  • Low storage
  • Smaller screen size

If you love the idea of having 2-in-1 capability in a laptop, but you don’t want to pay a hefty price for it, Lenovo’s Flex 5 is a fantastic option. Because it can function as a tablet as well, it has touchscreen capability and narrow bezels, which makes the 14-inch screen not feel as small. Flip around of course and you’ll get to the keyboard and touchpad for a classic Laptop feel. Plus, the Flex 5 has 1920 x 1080 resolution, which is hard to find in an affordable laptop.

Looking at what’s inside, there are 16GB of DDR4 RAM (which is impressive for this price point!), a 256GB SSD, an AMD Ryzen 5 4500U CPU with integrated Radeon Graphics, and it runs Windows 10 OS. On a single charge, the Flex 5 can last about 10 hours and is able to quick-charge up to 80% in just one hour. It’s also thin and super light, making it easy to cart around the house or to your local coffee shop.

Affordable 2-in-1

Lenovo Flex 5

Lenovo’s Flex 5 laptop gives you handy 2-in-1 functionality at an affordable price with some pretty good specs.



Best for Gaming: ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14

ASUS - ROG Zephyrus 14 Gaming LaptopASUS


  • Dedicated (and impressive) GPU
  • Easily portable 14-inch screen
  • Plenty of RAM and storage


  • Pretty expensive
  • Not the most attractive laptop

The ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14 costs a bit more than your average laptop, but that’s due to better specs inside that’ll make games look and feel great. It has a 14-inch screen with an sRGB display, 1920 x 1080 resolution, and a 144Hz refresh rate. All of this together makes for some vivid, clear colors.

Your favorite games will run smoothly, too, with a dedicated NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 GPU that has 6GB of GDDR6 RAM. Overall, the laptop has 16GB DDR4 RAM, a 1TB SSD, and an AMD Ryzen 9 CPU to keep everything running as quickly as possible. Plus, it’s thin and light, making it easy to game on the go.

If you’re looking for a gaming laptop that’s a bit larger, go for the Alienware M17 R4. It has a larger 17.3-inch screen, a dedicated NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 GPU, and a max 360Hz refresh rate.

Best for Gaming

ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14

If you need a gaming machine that’s powerful and portable, try out the ROG Zephyrus G14 from ASUS.

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Your Wi-Fi May Feel Faster on a Windows 11 Laptop—Here’s Why


Microsoft confirms that it’s adding Wi-Fi Dual Station support to Windows 11, a feature that will significantly improve wireless internet performance on laptops equipped with compatible hardware, specifically Qualcomm FastConnect modules with 4-Stream DBS. Or in plain English, your crappy Wi-Fi may feel a lot faster on a Windows 11 laptop.

With Wi-Fi Dual Station support, the Windows 11 operating system “can now leverage two concurrent Wi-Fi connections” to provide “Ethernet-like reliability and latency” over a wireless network. In most cases, that means your Dual Station-compatible laptop will utilize your router’s 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz (or 6Ghz) bands simultaneously to avoid jitter and congestion.

We expect all sorts of hardware manufacturers to take advantage of Wi-Fi Dual Station, but Qualcomm is currently leading the charge with its FastConnect systems. In a blog post celebrating the new feature, Qualcomm claimed a 4x reduction in latency when using a Windows 11 laptop with its 4-Stream DBS system with off-the-shelf Wi-Fi 6 routers.

To our surprise, Microsoft claims that Valve helped develop the Wi-Fi Dual Station system. The company has already added Wi-Fi Dual Station support to the Steamworks SDK, which many games (including CS:GO and DOTA 2) use for networking. Perhaps Valve is interested in bringing the feature to its upcoming Steam Deck, which does support Qualcomm’s FastConnect system. (Though the Steam Deck runs a custom Linux distro out of the box—maybe Wi-Fi Dual Station will come to Linux?)

If that’s not enough to convince you of Wi-Fi Dual Station’s capabilities, AMD and Qualcomm are working together to bring this tech to AMD laptops. Clearly, Microsoft and Qualcomm have developed a breakthrough solution to wireless internet latency.

But you probably won’t experience this breakthrough for a while. Wi-Fi Dual Station requires a laptop with a FastConnect subsystem that supports Wi-Fi 6 and 4-stream DBS tech. In other words, a high-end PC with a Qualcomm FastConnect 6900 or 6700 module. (You’ll also need a Wi-Fi 6 router.)

And the time of writing, your best bet is to buy one of Acer’s new Windows 11 laptops, which contain Qualcomm FastConnect 6900 modules. Lenovo says that it plans to stick these same modules in future laptops, though it hasn’t provided a release date or even a general timeline for such products.

Source: Qualcomm via PC Gamer

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