Hisense Laptops Prices In Ghana

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What Is Hisense Laptops?

Hisense may not have the best laptops in Ghana or in the system so far but their maiden computer laptops which were introduced not long ago may be counted as one of the best due to their better features and good accessories.

Their products have a very good price in Ghana so as the Laptops as well. This article shall serve as a guide for you about the latest Hisense Laptop Prices in Ghana for 2022 at an affordable prices.

The Hisense Chromebook B01KOPSLLK is a Chrome OS laptop. It is powered by an APU Quad-Core processor and it comes with 2GB of RAM. The Hisense Chromebook B01KOPSLLK packs 16GB of SSD storage, it has an 11.60inch display size, it also weighs 1.61kg.

The Hisense Chromebook is a Walmart exclusive that lives up that inexpensive, nigh-disposable ethos Google seemed to be targeting when Chrome OS was first pitched. Low prices come at a cost though, usually in terms of build quality, performance, battery life or all three. And this little tyke isn’t about to flip that script: it includes a meager display, an off-brand CPU, and a dull plastic body. 

That makes it one of the cheapest Chromebooks we’ve seen to date. Chrome OS still isn’t for everyone: you won’t have access to familiar apps, and you can’t readily install new software, as you’re limited to what the Web has to offer. It’s ultimately for those of us who spend the majority of our time working in a browser Google Chrome, specifically and you don’t need full Windows apps. In that regard, the Hisense gets the job done, offering just enough performance for Web browsing at a price even the most cash-strapped college student won’t balk at.

Design and features:

Unsurprisingly enough, The Hisense is a dainty thing, weighing a readily toteable 2.3 pounds, and is 0.6-inch thick. The body is primarily plastic, though that’s broken up by a metal palmrest. The whole device feels utilitarian, a black slab built for getting things done and then getting out of the way.

If you temper your expectations, it succeeds. The 11.7-inch screen has a 1,366-by-768-pixel resolution. Like the rest of the machine, it’s functional, if not especially pleasant to look at. It’s fairly bright, and reflections aren’t an issue in standard office environments — or most anywhere, really. Colors aren’t as vibrant as those you might find on sharper, crisper displays, but images don’t look washed out, either. Contrast degradation at wider viewing angles is problematic though: sit too far forward or back, or tilt the screen a few degrees too far, and it becomes entirely unreadable. There’s no touchscreen, but Chrome OS isn’t exactly optimized for touch, so no worries there.

The keyboard is a pleasant surprise. It’s full size, spreading out over the entire base of the Hisense to give even my oversized paws plenty of room to maneuver. The keys are large, and while they’re a bit mushy they’re generally comfortable to type on. I do miss the occasional stroke when my hands move a little too quickly and I don’t apply enough force to a particular key. But it is, for the most part, a fine typing experience considering the price. The clickpad sitting beneath the keyboard is nice and responsive — another unexpected bonus, although not close to what you’d find in a more expensive Windows or OS X machine.

Connections, Performance And Battery

Port selection isn’t great. A pair of slower USB 2.0 ports sit on either end of the laptop, while the HDMI output jack on the left lets you connect the Hisense to a larger display. The right side offers up the headphone/mic jack and a microSD card slot. The microSD card is flush with the side of the chassis, and I find popping the card out a bit annoying as my nails are generally trimmed, but it’s not exactly onerous.

The Hisense’s biggest cuts are in the performance department, but even then, it’s actually not that bad for the things you’re most likely to use a Chromebook for. It’s powered by a quad-core 1.8GHz Rockchip CPU you’re forgiven if you’ve never heard of the brand, it’s a Chinese chipmaker that Google seems to be embracing in the latest low-end Chrome devices. The system includes 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage, which you can expand with the aforementioned microSD card slot. You’ll also find 802.11ac Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth, which makes this a fairly typical Chromebook.

It handles like a typical Chromebook, too: streaming HD video or Spotify while working in another tab works rather well (barring the audio quality). Your gaming options remain limited, but many of the offerings on Chrome’s Web Store work well. Cut the Rope works far better on a touchscreen, but I spent ample time testing the game on the Hisense and can report that it’s as maddeningly enticing as ever. Fire up lots of Chrome tabs and things will start to get a little sluggish, but that much is expected from Chrome. I’m not really a fan of Web-based image editors like Pixlr Editor but it works in a pinch, and Adobe’s streaming version of Photoshop isn’t readily available yet.

The Hisense lasted for 6 hours and 55 minutes on our video-playback battery-drain test. That’s not a bad showing. In fact, it’s just behind the Samsung Chromebook 2, which saw 7 hours and 6 minutes in the same test. Some models do a fare bit better.

Hisense Laptops Prices In Ghana:

The prices of Hisense Laptops in Ghana is between an amount of GHC1000.00 & GHC1500.00 to GHC2,400.00…!!!!