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Performance is better than an Intel Atom processor for single-core, but near what the Surface Go gets for multi-core.I have had no issues running the Snapdragon 850 for my work, which includes web browsing (Edge), mail, Twitter, Microsoft Word, Skype, Slack, and a few other productivity-based applications. It feels very similar to a Surface Go except that native ARM apps perform much better with multi-core on the Yoga.Lenovo uses a 128GB Samsung eUFS (KLUDG4U1EA-B0C) drive which yields around 800 MB/s for read and over 200 MB/s for write. It’s not nearly as fast as a proper NVMe solid-state drive (SSD), but it also doesn’t feel like it is slowing down anything either.

The real winner for the Yoga C630 is battery life. Lenovo promises 22 hours, which is generous, but that sizeable 61WHr battery does give me easily around 15 hours of real-world usage. It’s almost painful to count as the Yoga C630 goes and goes. It’s so far, the longest-running Windows 10 PC – either ARM or x86 – that I have used. The battery life is incredible.One of the main points of a Qualcomm-enabled ACPC is the native 4G LTE that comes with the chipset.The Yoga C630 uses the Qualcomm X20 modem with speeds up to 1.2 Gbps. The laptop is also SIM-unlocked so that you can drop in any carrier’s SIM into the side-slot. Speeds with AT&T and Verizon were excellent – around 60 Mbps with only three bars of signal.

Lenovo enabled the embedded SIM (eSIM) on the Yoga C630. Users can switch to “SIM2” on the device and buy data from various sellers for the day, month, or by six-months. Data is not cheap, but the ability to acquire data piecemeal when traveling is convenient. Plus, users can keep the physical SIM in the device and switch between two carriers. Windows 10 is still messy for buying and setting up eSIM, but hopefully, Microsoft will tweak the experience with future OS updates.Because of the always-connected and extensive battery life, the Yoga C630 is kind of the dream laptop for writers, business people, students, or even casual users who live mostly in a browser or watch Netflix. As long as you don’t mind paying for data.

Assuming you do not need to run graphics-intense applications, video games or do video editing, the Yoga C630 is one of the best and most well-balanced productivity laptops around.That’s easy to say because the price is $800 with 8GB of RAM, touch screen, 15 hours of battery life, and 4G LTE – no other laptop has all of that for that price.A Surface Go with LTE is also an attractive alternative, as its pricing with a keyboard nears $800 as well. But the contrast there is battery life – do you want something that lasts five to six hours, but runs all Win32 apps or a laptop that lasts for 15 hours, but ideally runs just ARM64 apps? That’s a big difference. You can find the Yoga C630 on sale for $700 in the U.S. making it the better value.

The Samsung Galaxy Book2 is also a great alternative, but it costs at least $200 more. It has a much better display and inking experience, but the battery life is a few hours less than the Yoga C630.Where the Yoga C630 could improve is with a better, punchier display, better inking, and an improved web camera. None of those are deal-breakers, though, especially at $800. The 8GB of RAM gives the Yoga C630 some extra punch, and while there is a cheaper 4GB option, the cost difference is negligible making it best to go with more RAM.Audio is merely OK. The top-firing speakers make the sound better than it should be, but it still lacks some richness and bass. If the Yoga C630 were more than $1,000, it’d be a significant drawback, but again, the price here makes it acceptable.

But if you need a capable laptop that can be used as a tablet with some inking abilities, and prefer extraordinary battery life and always-connected LTE, you can’t do much better than the Lenovo Yoga C630. For $800 it should be on your list of productivity-focused laptops, and if you can get it on sale, it’s even better.The official Xbox One Play & Charge kit offers all you could want, with Microsoft’s expertise in accessories prevalent. However, PowerA comes close with its low-cost alternative.Xbox One controllers can eat batteries fast, making rechargeable battery kits a valuable companion for any gamer. Microsoft’s Xbox One Play & Charge kit is among the best, offering an official, all-inclusive package to top-up your favorite controller. One rechargeable battery pack and an accompanying 9-foot micro USB cable are included, providing all you need for fast plug-and-play use.

PowerA also features a Play & Charge kit in its lineup, offering the best third-party alternative for recharging controllers. While priced $10 cheaper than the official kit, it contains two battery packs and one micro USB cable, ideal for setups with multiple gamepads. The unique battery shape also requires the use of PowerA’s custom black battery doors, which support its other wireless charging accessories, as well.PowerA’s kit offers superior value — packing two batteries for just $15 — yet bears noteworthy design flaws over its premium counterpart. Most prominent are the unsightly battery packs that exposing surplus micro USB ports from the rear rather than use the controller’s built-in input. The vibrant orange plastic construction further draws attention, throwing off the aesthetics of any special edition controller.

In contrast, Microsoft’s solution feels more premium with its low-profile implementation. Don’t overlook the benefit of a sleek charging kit for your daily driver, even if PowerA’s value is unbeaten.While PowerA packs double the charging at half the price, Microsoft takes the lead in overall performance. Microsoft succeeds with its 1400mAh lithium-ion offering, packing up to 30 hours of promised charge. PowerA leverages 1100 mAh nickel–metal hydride (NiMH) units, and while offers less playtime, still trumps most budget alternatives.
Microsoft’s use of lithium batteries is also notable over the inferior NiMH technology of budget batteries. Accompanying the increased capacity, expect improved charging times and longevity. Third-party battery packs are more likely to diminish over prolonged use, while our five-year-old lithium kits are still reliable today.

Microsoft and PowerA offer some of the best controller accessories on the market with recommendable charging kits. Microsoft’s offering is superior, with its simple design and superior technology under the hood.However, both lower priced and offering two batteries, PowerA offers equally strong value for money. Small design shortcomings don’t overshadow its huge savings, ideal for those on a budget.You can almost always say the same thing about dual controller chargers: The ability to keep two controllers charged is useful, but you each charge usually lasts a shorter amount of time than if you were to use other charging methods. Fosmon’s dual charging station for Xbox One controllers is different, though, offering an industry-leading amount of playtime hours per charge — but the catch is that you’ll pay more than you would for other dual chargers. That’s not a bad thing, however, as the Fosmon charging station is more than worth its price of about $40.

The best thing about the Fosmon Dual Charging Station is its excellent charging capabilities. On a full charge with one of the two included 1000-mah NiMH battery packs, I was able to get 20 full hours of gameplay before my controller died, which is a significant improvement over the eight to 10 hours that I get from other dual charging stations. It even manages to beat my trusty Xbox One Play and Charge kit, which usually gives me about 16 hours of gameplay time. It’s hard to know if this will continue as the battery packs get older, but right out of the box, these batteries are fantastic. In terms of charge time, it takes about five to six hours for a battery to reach full capacity after going dead. This isn’t the best time on the market, but it’s still very respectable.

In addition, both the station and the exteriors of the battery packs are sleek and simple looking. The Fosmon battery pack cover is identical to the standard battery door that comes with Xbox One controllers, aside from the two small metal pieces that the station conducts electricity through. Another neat feature is the charge indicator lights on the front of the station, which flash green while a controller is charging and stay solid green when it is fully charged. Lastly, the frame of the charging station is nice and compact, which means it won’t take up too much space on whatever surface you put it on.

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