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While modern laptops are getting thinner and lighter with each generation, niche market adalah hardware inside also gets faster and smaller in size, to the point where the actual processor, memory, and all the other components only occupy niche market adalah small fraction of a modern computer.

All these lead to a new trend in the world of mobile computing: fanless laptops and ultrabooks, or in other words laptops with passive cooling solutions that do not require a spinning fan.

You’ll find quite a few different fanless models available in stores already, and this post lists all of them based on screen size, weight, the hardware inside, and how much they cost. Now, there’s one major reason why you’ll want a fanless laptop: it’s going to be noiseless and perfectly quiet, especially as the passively cooled hardware is also paired with SSD storage in most units. Older fanless machines, especially among the more affordable options, may still come with spinning HDDs, but even those can be upgraded in order to deliver what the fanless consumer desires: a quiet laptop experience, similar to what tablets or phones have been offering for years.

At the same time, it’s important to understand that most of the fanless laptops available these days are built on low-power hardware platforms and while they can handle everyday tasks just fine, they’re not really meant for serious multitasking or the more demanding chores you might want to perform on a modern laptop (editing videos and photos, running programming software or modern PC games, among others).

But that’s slowly changing with the newer hardware platforms, as you’ll see in a bit. We’ll talk a bit more about the fanless platforms available at this very moment towards the end of the post, so you’ll understand exactly what to expect from each of them. In few words though, if you’re reading this article in 2021, Intel Celeron/Pentium builds are still the ones to check out if you’re shopping on a budget, with some premium fanless Intel Core models and especially a handful of newer ARM-based products, either Chromebooks or full-grown laptops running MacOS/Windows.

No fans + no spinning HDD = no noise For now, these are the available fanless laptops and ultra-portables. Click the links on each product’s name for more details and reviews, as well as the links in the Prices column for the latest offers and discounts niche market adalah the ones that you’re interested in.

Premium fanless laptops and Chromebooks Going with a fanless laptop normally translates into a compromise in performance, thermals, or both.

These options here are, however, pretty much the best money can get you in a fanless and completely silent product.

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They’re very different, though, and I’d suggest further research to understand which is the right choice for you. You’ll find a couple of Amber Lake Y devices running either Windows or ChromeOS, a couple of premium ARM-based devices running the ARM-version of Windows and compatible apps, you’ll find the excellent MacBook Air M1 running MacOS, as well as a few Windows laptops built on powerful Intel Core U hardware, such as the Huawei Matebook X. If you’re willing to spend around 1000 USD/EUR or your local equivalent on this sort of premium fanless laptop, then I’d consider that highly-portable MateBook X ( reviewed here) or the excellently balanced and long-lasting MacBook Air built on the Apple silicon.

Furthermore, the Microsoft Surface Pro X and the Acer Swift 7 are even more expensive options, one a multi-purpose ARM-based tablet and another one of the lightest and thinnest 14-inch niche market adalah currently available on the market.

Model Type Screen Hardware Weight Start Price Acer Swift 7 Windows, clamshell 14.0″ IPS FHD touch Amber Lake Core Y, 32 Wh .9 kg / 2 lbs $1599 Apple MacBook Air MacOS, clamshell 13.3″ IPS retina glossy Apple M1, 49.9 Wh 1.3 kg / 2.8 lbs $899 Asus Chromebook Flip C434 Chromebook, convertible 14″ IPS FHD touch Amber Lake Core Y, 48 Wh 1.45 kg / 3.2 lbs $479 Asus NovaGo Windows on ARM, clamshell 13.3″ IPS FHD touch Qualcomm 845, 52 Wh 1.4 kg / 3.1 lbs $999 Dell XPS 13 9365 Windows, convertible 13.3″ IPS FHD/QHD+ touch up to Amber Lake Core Y 1.24 kg / 2.7 lbs $999 Google Pixelbook Chromebook, convertible 12.3″ IPS 3:2 3K touch Amber Lake Core Y, 48 Wh 1.13 kg / 2.5 lbs $799 Google Pixelbook Go Chromebook, clamshell 13.3″ IPS 16:10 FHD touch Amber Lake Core Y, 48 Wh 1.1 kg / 2.4 lbs $649 HP Spectre Niche market adalah Windows, tablet w/ folio 13.3″ IPS FHD touch Amber Lake Core Y, 55 Wh 3.3 lbs / 1.5 kg $1199 Huawei MateBook X Windows on ARM, clamshell 13″ IPS 3:2 3K touch Comet Lake Core U, 42 Wh 2.2 lbs / 1 kg $999 Microsoft Surface Pro X Windows, tablet 13″ IPS 3:2 3K touch Qualcomm QX, 34 Wh .78 lbs / 1.7 kg $1499 Porsche Design Ultra One Windows, clamshell 15.6″ IPS FHD touch Amber Lake Core Y, 45 Wh 3.3 lbs / 1.5 kg $1399 Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Chromebook, convertible 13.3″ OLED 4K touch Core U, 49 Wh 1 kg / 2.2 lbs $799 Samsung Galaxy Pro S Windows, clamshell 13.3″ IPS FHD touch Lakefield Core, 42 Wh .95 lbs / 2.1 kg $999 Samsung Galaxy Pro S ARM Windows on ARM, clamshell 13.3″ IPS FHD touch Qualcomm 8cx, 42 Wh .95 lbs / 2.1 kg $999 Venom BlackBook Zero 14 clamshell, clamshell 14″ IPS FHD matte Amber Lake Core Y, 36 Wh 3.3 lbs / 1.45 kg $999 Full-size fanless laptops This section is reserved for full-size everyday machines with 14+ inch screens.

Most of these are Chromebooks, and I’ve only listed the most interesting picks here, as we do cover Chromebooks in general in a separate detailed article.

There aren’t many fanless Windows options, though, simply because you’d normally expect more competent hardware in a larger laptop, niche market adalah kind that requires a fan. There are however some inexpensive models from Asus and HP to consider, with screens going from 14 to 17 inches in size.

The Asus Laptop L410 (14-inch) and L510 (15-inch), and the HP Laptop 17 (17-inch), are the better options to consider in this niche, just don’t expect much in terms of power or features from them.

Model Type Screen Hardware Weight Start Price Acer Chromebook 514 Chromebook, clamshell 14.0″ IPS FHD Amber Lake Core Y, 56 Wh 3.3 lbs / 1.5 kg $349 Acer Chromebook 15 Chromebook, clamshell 15.6″ IPS FHD Apollo Lake Celeron/Pentium 3.95 lbs / 1.8 kg $299 Acer Swift 1 Windows, clamshell 14.0″ IPS FHD Apollo/Gemini Lake Pentium 1.4 kg / 3.1 lbs $349 Asus Chromebook C425 Chromebook, clamshell 14.0″ IPS FHD Amber Lake Core Y, 56 Wh 1.3 kg / 2.8 lbs $349 Asus Laptop L410 Windows, clamshell 14″ LED FHD Gemini Lake Celeron, 42 Wh 1.3 kg / 2.9 lbs $279 Asus Laptop L510 Windows, clamshell 15.6″ LED FHD Gemini Lake Celeron, 42 Wh 1.63 kg / 3.6 lbs $299 Asus VivoBook Flip 14 Windows, convertible 14″ TN HD or IPS FHD touch Apollo Lake Celeron/Pentium 3.3 lbs / 1.5 kg $399 HP Chromebook 14 Chromebook, clamshell 14″ IPS FHD Gemini Lake Pentium, 47 Wh 1.45 kg / 3.4 lbs $399 HP Chromebook 15 Chromebook, clamshell 15.6″ IPS FHD Gemini Lake Pentium, 60 Wh 1.85 kg / 4 lbs $499 HP Stream 14 Windows, clamshell 14.0″ TN HD BayTrail Celeron 1.54 kg / 3.4 lbs $199 HP Laptop 17 Windows, clamshell 17.3″ TN HD+ Gemini Lake Pentium, 41 Wh 2.4 kg / 5.3 lbs $399 Samsung Chromebook 4+ Chromebook, clamshell 15.6″ TN FHD Gemini Lake Pentium, 39 Wh 1.8 kg / 3.8 lbs $399 I’d also recommend checking out our detailed guide on the best 14 and 15-inch portable laptops you can find right now, as a follow-up in your quest for this niche market adalah of full-size multipurpose laptop.

Fanless ultrabooks and ultra-portables This section is reserved for the portables ultrabooks and thin-and-light laptops with screen sizes between 12 and 14-inches.

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That includes the popular 12.5 and 13.3-inch categories, where you’ll mostly find the best-balanced mix between an ergonomically sized workspace, a comfortable keyboard, a fair selection of ports, and a fair-sized battery. Here’s where you’ll also find most of the premium fanless offers already mentioned earlier in the article, such niche market adalah the Apple MacBook Air or the Huawei MateBook X, or the Microsoft Surface Pro X, but also some excellent mid-sized ChromeBooks, such as the Google Pixelbook Go or the Lenovo Chromebook Flex 13.

Model Type Screen Hardware Weight Start Price Acer Swift 1 clamshell 13.3″ IPS FHD Apollo/Gemini Lake Pentium 1.3 kg / 2.9 lbs $349 Acer Switch 7 Black Edition detachable 13.5″ IPS touch Kaby Lake-R Core U 1.13 kg / niche market adalah lbs $1699 Acer Aspire Switch 12S detachable 12.5″ IPS touch FHD Skylake Core M 1.5 kg / 3.3 lbs (w/ dock) $1199 Acer Aspire Switch Alpha 12 detachable 12.5″ IPS touch Skylake Core U 1.3 kg / 2.85 lbs (w/ folio) $599 Acer Chromebook R13 Convertible 13.3″ IPS FHD Mediatek 1.5 kg / 3.3 lbs $329 Apple MacBook 12 MacOS, clamshell 12.0″ IPS retina Skylake Core M 0.90 kg / 2.0 lbs $1199 Apple MacBook Air MacOS, clamshell 13.3″ IPS retina glossy Apple M1, 49.9 Wh 1.3 kg / 2.8 lbs $899 Asus Chromebook Flip Convertible 13.3″ IPS FHD Kaby Lake Core Y 1.2 kg / 2.65 lbs $399 Asus Transformer Book Chi T300 detachable 12.5″ IPS touch QHD Broadwell Core M 1.40 kg / 3.1 lbs (w/dock) $699 Asus Transformer 3 T305CA detachable 12.5″ IPS touch Kaby Lake Core M 1.14 kg / 2.5 lbs (w/dock) $699 Asus Zenbook UX305 clamshell 13.3″ IPS FHD and QHD+ Skylake Core M 1.27 kg / 2.8 lbs $699 Asus Zenbook UX330CA clamshell 13.3″ IPS FHD and QHD+ Kaby Lake Core M 1.2 kg / 2.65 lbs $799 Asus Zenbook Flip UX360CA convertible 13.3″ IPS touch FHD and QHD+ Skylake Core Y 1.3 kg / 2.86 lbs $699 Dell Latitude 12 7000 detachable 12.5″ IPS touch FHD or UHD Kaby Lake Core Y 1.66 kg / 3.7 lbs (w/ dock) $1199 Dell Latitude 13 7370 clamshell 13.3″ IPS FHD SkyLake Core Y 1.25 kg / 2.75 lbs (w/ dock) – Dell XPS 12 9250 detachable 12.5″ IPS touch FHD or UHD Skylake Core Y 1.27 kg / 2.8 lbs (w/ dock) $999 Dell XPS 13 9365 convertible 13.3″ IPS FHD/QHD+ touch up to Amber Lake Core Y 1.24 kg / 2.7 lbs $999 Eve V tablet 12.3″ IPS 2k Kaby Lake Core Y 1.33 kg / 3 lbs (w/ keyboard) $799 HP EliteBook Folio 1020 clamshell 12.5″ IPS FHD or touch QHD Skylake Core Y 0.97 kg / 2.13 lbs $1099 HP Spectre X2 12 detachable 12″ IPS touch FHD Kaby Lake Core Y 1.22 kg / 2.68 lbs (w/ dock) $899 HP Elite x2 detachable 13″ IPS touch 2K Kaby Lake Core U 1.16 kg / 2.56 lbs (w/ dock) $1599 Google Pixelbook Go Chromebook, clamshell 13.3″ IPS 16:10 FHD touch Amber Lake Core Y, 48 Wh 1.1 kg / 2.4 lbs $649 HP Spectre Folio Windows, tablet w/ folio 13.3″ IPS FHD touch Amber Lake Core Y, 55 Wh 3.3 lbs / 1.5 kg $1199 Huawei MateBook X Windows on ARM, clamshell 13″ IPS 3:2 3K touch Comet Lake Core U, 42 Wh 2.2 lbs / 1 niche market adalah $999 Lenovo Chromebook Flex 13 Chromebook, convertible 13.3″ IPS FHD touch Intel Core U, 51 Wh 1.35 kg / 3 lbs $349 Lenovo Yoga 900S convertible 12.5″ IPS FHD+ Skylake Core Y 0.99 kg / 2.2 lbs $1099 Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet tablet 12.0″ IPS touch Kaby Lake Core Y 0.77 kg / 1.7 lbs $949 Microsoft Surface Pro tablet 12.3″ IPS FHD+ up to Ice Lake Core Niche market adalah 0.77 kg / 1.7 lbs (without keyboard) $799 Microsoft Surface Pro X tablet 13″ IPS FHD+ Qualcomm Snapdragon 0.77 kg / 1.7 niche market adalah (without keyboard) $999 Samsung ATIV Book 9 clamshell 12.2″ IPS touch WQXGA Broadwell Core M 0.95 kg / 2.1 lbs $1199 Samsung Chromebook 2 13 clamshell 13.3″ IPS FHD Samsung Exynos 5 Octa 1.38 kg / 3.06 lbs $399 Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S tablet 12.1″ IPS FHD+ Skylake Core Y 0.69 kg / 1.53 lbs $999 Toshiba Chromebook 13 CB35 clamshell 13.3″ TN HD Celeron BayTrail 1.33 kg / 2.95 lbs $249 Toshiba Portégé Z20t convertible 12.5″ IPS touch FHD Broadwell Core M 1.59 kg / 3.5 lbs (w/ dock) $1299 Xiaomi Mi Notebook 12 clamshell 12.5″ IPS FHD Skylake Core U 1.1 kg / 2.4 lbs $899 Fanless Mini laptops Finally, we list here the smallest options, usually built on low-power hardware and primarily meant for basic daily tasks.

Most of them are designed with either budget or long battery life in mind (and many check both these boxes). The Microsoft Surface Go (Windows tablet) and the Lenovo Chromebook Duet (ChromeBook) are my primary recommendations in this class.

The Duet sells for $300 and less and is excellent for casual use, while the Go is more expensive, but offers the full Windows experience in a tiny package. The Asus Laptop L210 is also an option to consider if you’re after a clamshell laptop format for under $250. You’ll also find a wider selection of 10 and 11-inch mini-laptops and tablets in our dedicated article available over here.

Model Type Screen Hardware Weight Start Price Acer Aspire ES11 clamshell 11.6″ TN HD Celeron Braswell 1.27 kg / 2.8 lbs $229 Acer Aspire R 11 convertible 11.6″ TN touch HD Celeron / Pentium Braswell 1.58 kg / 3.50 lbs $249 Acer Aspire Switch 10 2015 detachable 10.1″ IPS FHD Atom BayTrail 1.2 kg / 2.64 lbs (w/dock) $399 Acer Aspire Switch 10 E detachable 10.1″ TN HD Atom BayTrail 1.28 kg / 2.82 lbs (w/ dock) $279 Acer Aspire Switch 11 V detachable 11.6″ IPS touch FHD Skylake Core M 1.55 kg / 3.5 lbs $499 Acer Spin 1 clamshell 11.6″ IPS FHD Pentium Apollo Lake 1.50 kg / 3.31 lbs $249 Asus Laptop L210 clamshell 11.6″ TN HD Gemini Lake Celeron 0.95 kg / 2.10 lbs $219 Asus EeeBook X205 clamshell 11.6″ TN HD Atom BayTrail 0.95 kg / 2.10 lbs (w/ dock) $199 Asus Transformer Book Chi T100 detachable 10.1″ IPS WUXGA Atom BayTrail 1.08 kg / 2.38 lbs (w/ dock) $399 Asus Transformer Book T100HA detachable 10.1″ IPS HD Atom CherryTrail 1.14 kg / 2.52 lbs (w/ dock) $299 Asus Transformer Book T101HA detachable 10.1″ IPS HD Atom CherryTrail 1.08 kg / 2.38 lbs (w/ dock) $299 Asus Transformer Book T102HA detachable 10.1″ IPS HD Atom CherryTrail 0.79 kg / 1.74 lbs (w/ dock) $349 Asus Transformer Book Flip TP200SA convertible 11.6″ TN touch HD Celeron / Pentium Braswell 1.20 kg / 2.65 lbs $349 HP Pavilion 360 11 convertible 11.6″ touch HD Skylake Core Y 1.4 kg / 3.1 lbs $399 Niche market adalah Venue 11 Pro 5000 detachable 10.8″ IPS touch HD or FHD Atom BayTrail 0.71 kg / 1.57 lbs (without dock) $699 Dell Venue 11 Pro 7140 detachable 10.8″ IPS touch FHD Broadwell Core M 0.72 kg / 1.59 lbs (without dock) $699 Dell Inspiron 11 3000 2-in-1 convertbile 11.6″ IPS touch FHD Kaby Lake Core Y 1.39 kg / 3.1 lbs $399 HP Stream 11 clamshell 11.6″ TN HD Celeron BayTrail 1.27 kg / 2.8 lbs (w/ dock) $199 Lenovo Chromebook Duet tablet 10″ IPS touch 16:10 Mediatek 0.52 kg / 1.15 lbs (without keyboard) $299 Lenovo Yoga 710 11 convertible 11.6″ IPS touch FHD Kaby Lake Core M 1.03 kg / 2.3 lbs $599 Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 10 tablet 10.1″ IPS touch FHD Atom BayTrail 0.63 kg / 1.38lbs $699 Lenovo Miix 3 10 tablet 10.1″ IPS touch WUXGA Atom BayTrail 0.55 kg / 1.21 lbs $399 Lenovo ThinkPad Helix 2 detachable 11.6″ IPS touch FHD Skylake Core Y 1.36 kg / 3 lbs (w/ dock) $999 Microsoft Surface Go tablet 10″ IPS touch 3:2 Amber Lake Pentium Gold 0.52 kg / 1.15 lbs (without keyboard) $399 Panasonic Let’s Note RZ4 convertible 10.1″ IPS touch FHD Skylake Core Y 1.83 kg / 4.05 lbs (w/ dock) $1499 Panasonic Let’s Note Z6 clamshell 10.1″ IPS FHD Kaby Lake Core Y 0.72 kg / 1.6 lbs (w/ dock) $1199 There are a couple of other small-factor fanless tablets and mini-laptops out there, but it would be a huge chore to include them all in here.

I do talk about them in my list of 10.1 inch hybrids, this selection of 11.6 inch Mini-laptops or ultrabooks, as well as this list of all the best Chromebooks available these days. As a side note, you should know that the Price column contains the starting MSRPs for each of the products above. That means that the higher configurations are going to be more expensive, but at the same time there’s a very good chance you can find pretty much all these products discounted by the time you’re reading this post.

Click on the links on each price for details and up-to-date numbers. Also, here’s a short glossary of the terms mentioned above: • Types: • tablet: a standard Windows running slate; • clamshell: classic shaped computer whose screen closes on top of the keyboard and does not flip into any sort of tablet mode; • convertible: 2-in-1 laptop whose screen rotates and converts to a tablet mode (or similar), but cannot be detached from the base; • detachable: 2-in-1 laptop whose screen detaches from the base.

These are mostly stand-alone tablets bundled with matching docking stations that most often include docking keyboards, ports, batteries, and other features; • slider: 2-in-1 laptop whose screen slides up and down on top of the body and usually reveals a keyboard hidden underneath. • Resolutions: HD ( 1366 x 768 px), HD+ ( 1600 x 900 px), FHD (1920 x 1080 px), WUXGA (1920 x 1200 px) retina (2304 x 1440 px), QHD (2560 x 1440 px), WQXGA (2560 x 1600 px), QHD+ (3200 x 1800 px), UHD (3840 x 2160 px) – also see this post; • Hardware: • Intel Atom BayTrail – 22 nm platform (Silvermont) launched in 2013.

There are different lines available for tablets (BayTrail-T), laptops (BayTrail-M) and desktops (BayTrail-D); • Intel Atom CherryTrail – 14 nm platform (Airmont) launched in 2015; • Intel Atom Apollo/Gemini Lake – 2nd generation 14 nm platform launched in 2017.

• Intel Celeron/Pentium Haswell – 22 nm platform based on Haswell hardware; • Intel Celeron/Pentium Haswell – 14 nm platform based on Skylake hardware. Both can be found in low-power/affordable laptops; • Intel Celeron/Pentium Apollo/Gemini Lake – 2nd generation 14 nm platform launched in 2017. Can be found in low-power/affordable laptops and replaces the Haswell/Braswell Pentium/Celeron lines; • Broadwell Core M – launched in 2014 as the low-power version in Intel’s Broadwell family.

Offers good balance between performance and battery life, part of the more premium fanless notebooks; • Skylake Core M – 6th gen update, low power platform launched in 2015; • Kaby Lake Core Y – 7th gen update, low-power platform launched in 2017; • Amber Lake Core Y – the late-2018 8th gen update of the Core Y platform, motorizes premium devices.

OK. That’s about it for this post. I do hope you find it useful and if you’re looking for an ultrabook or any other ultraportable laptop, you should also check out the other lists on the site and my reviews. I’m constantly working at keeping these selections and lists up-to-date, but if you spot anything that should be in here and it’s not, please leave a reply and tell me about it.

In fact, feel free to get in touch in the comments sections if you have anything to add, anything to ask, or need help to choose your next fanless mini-laptop, I’m around to reply and help. Niche market adalah Andrei,I found a Dell Latitude E6430 dual core i5 3210M up to 3.1 GHz Processor, 8GB RAM,180GB, SSD, DVD, HD, Win10, Solid State hardware, 4 months old. I didn't see it niche market adalah the list but he says it's fanless. Is 180GB enough with that Niche market adalah for a college student not doing much video editing etc.?

Asking $240. What additional do you recommend if doing heavier use? Thank you! KM It's definitely not fanless. Just google for "Dell Latitude E6430 interior" and you'll see the fan. Otherwise, it's a basic laptop and I'd reckon it should do fine for everyday use.

Battery life is probably limited, and I doubt that laptop is only 4 months old, the E6430 series was launched many months ago.

The Pentium/Celeron configurations should be fanless, while Core models should be fan cooled. Hard to be 100% sure though. Should also consider the fact that Pentium/Celeron models are rather slow by today's standards, and usually paired with low amounts of RAM.

I'd personally go with a Core i3/i5 build and read reviews in order to find which device keeps the fan inactive with daily use. There are also ways to force the fan off with software like Throttlestop, but ti's experimental and should only be used if you know what you're doing. Asus E406 series also don't have a fan, they are fanless 14 inch machines as far as I know. There are two types, equiped with N5000 quad core or N4000 dual core processors, both consumes about 6W.

Among HP laptops there are many fanless machines, for example on the support forum I was conformed, that model "HP Pavilion x360 14-dh0001nc " has no fan: models "HP 240 G7" and "HP-15dw0001nh" also contains no fan, according to this support forum message (however I can't confirm this personally, as I am not an owner any of these machines, because finally I bought an Acer Swift 1): Two models missing on the list, The previously mentioned 14-inch Tuxedo InfinityBook 14 V2 and the 15.6-inch Porsche Design Ultra One.

I'm seriously considering one if these two, since they fulfill all niche market adalah three criteria(backlit keyboard, Fanless/SSD and dedicated keyboard keys for Home/End/Ins/Del/PgUp/PgDn), although neither one is perfect. The Tuxedo comes in a barebone chassis which makes it rather heavy and big(and not that good looking) for a 14-inch, 1.5kg compared to 1kg for the slimmest prettiest luxury models on the market, but it's up to 24h battery life and Linux are big a plus.

The Porsche's 1.5kg is "heavy" compared to the lightest 15.6-inch models on the market(but at the same time light) like Swift 5, and the price is ridicoulus, but it does tick all the criteria, and i like that the power port is on the backside. One of two problems is that the one review of the Ultra One mentioned noise from the SSD? Have emailed Porsche about this, if that has been fixed(because i assume it must have been something wrong with the test model), the only remaining "problem" is that it isn't availabe with Scandinavian keyboard.

ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS something. ='( It's becoming ridicoulus, why can't just all manufacturers start releasing at least one passively cooled low TDP model of everything they release, i would have had dozens and dozens of backlit silent slimline 15.6-inch luxury models to chose from. I haven't been able to buy a new laptop since 2014 and my 14-inch Slatebook 14, because of them not understanding that silence is comfort.

Have they never been in a Rolls Royce? Idiots. Thanks, I've updated the post. From where I'm standing, the niche niche market adalah probably too small for OEMs to consider it. A premium Core Y based product will cost as much as a Core U or even Core H, but perform poorer and even throttle in demanding loads.

However, OEMs should make sure to create proper fan profiles that would keep the fans quiet with daily use on Core U laptops, and only spin them when needed. I think this happens more and more with premium options these days.

The laptop niche market adalah is shrinking every year from what i've read, so they are doing something wrong, and not offering more luxurious fanless models is in my view one of the biggest.

And no, i will not buy something with a fan and a fan profile, i want a closed chassi that doesn't let in dust, and that never makes any noise regardless of load. A five year old Celeron/Atom is fine enough for my home use, as long as it is combined with at least 8GB of memory, a back-lit keyboard and six dedicated keys for Home/End/Ins/Del/PgUp/PgDn.

A modern 5W TDP processor from 2019/2020 is in no way unresonable. Sadly the number of models have gone from few to fewer. Tuxedo just removed the InfinityBook 14 V2 from their line-up, and their upcoming 14-inch "XPS killer" will drop the fanless design, so Tuxedo is now dead to me. The Porsche Ultra One, which i was about ready to settle for with a German keyboard layout, if it would have been silent, but according to the Notebookcheck review it makes loud noises like no other SSD laptop i have evr heard of.

I have mailed Porsche about it three times but they refuse to acknowledge the question, if the test model was faulty, of if all buyers are to expect a noisy SSD from FORESEE. I could have lived with the 2 year old processor and the low battery life.

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I really don't want a black computer, but the Venom Blackbook 14 is niche market adalah only remaining choice right now with proper back-lit manouevre keys, i can't find any current Spin or Swift or Vivobook Flip 2019/2020 models, that even seems to be fanless, little less backlit or with proper keyboards keys?

Regarding the recently mentioned suggestion about more columns, yes, i would like two more columns for back-lit keyboard and how many keys available for Home/End/Ins/Del/PgUp/PgDn, 6, which is how many there should be, or fewer, whish to me is unacceptable. The HP 17" fanless laptop is no longer sold by HP, but on Amazon it is still available.

The problems with it, really ugly cheap black casing, low-res LCD, low amount of memory and SSD. Those all need to be replaced. Intel claims the N5000 processor only supports 8GB, or maybe they want you to buy core i7 if you can afford more memory. Some people use the N5000 with 16GB dimm, the new 32GB dimm might also work if someone tried. I hope HP will come out with a 17" version with the N5030 processor, but I have not seen any laptops with that CPU yet.

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This summer the Intel hybrid Lakefield CPU would allow more fanless designs. Hi Andrei, thank you for all the work, the site is consistently trustworthy. Your lists could have a column or two more perhaps.

I bet there's a spreadsheet download here with everything I need and I've just not found it yet. I'm looking for an upgrade and I know what I want, but finding the choices is tough. I currently use a Lenovo S130 because it's fanless, that's why I chose it.

The N4000 processor is fine because I ditched Windows for linux. I'm starting to notice it's only 4GB though. A column with max memory would be so useful.

I'd probably then niche market adalah on price and exclude less-than-N4000 performance, but finding the extra memory is the hard part. And adding a 2TB M.2 storage made the S130 a wolf in sheep's clothes, and far better than a micro-SD card. If you're happy with the old Intel M3 chips (as I am), the Chuwi Aerobook is a huge bargain at under $500. The only quibble I have is the glossy screen (great for night use but not in sunny rooms or outside).

I have a feeling it's going to be a while before another low or moderately priced fanless clamshell PC is available. Perhaps the biggest disadvantage of the old chips can be seen when streaming encrypted (DRM) video.

It will stutter if you run something intensive at the same time (like Google Earth). But that's not such a big deal since you probably won't be doing that except during commercials. My research shows these now now in March 2021. In order to be fanless, the processor has to be 6-7W TDP. Most laptops come with 15W processors that require a fan. These CPUs meet the fanless power range requirement: core m3, core i7-****Y, Pentium Silver N6000(max 16gb) N6415(max 32gb ram) n5030(max 8gb ram), N5000 (8GB), Pentium gold 6500Y, Celeron N4500 N5100 N6211 N4020, N6210, AMD A6-9220e (max 2x8gb) 6W cpu, 3015e, AMD 3020e (ryzen 2000 apu).

Most don't support memory larger than 8GB, but for a decent laptop 16GB is needed, even 32GB, and SSD 256-1000GB. These days a 6W processor has better performance than my old laptop's Pentium P6100, which I use for video conversion, 3D editing and so on. I also noticed that laptops that come with 6W processors, are fitted with low-res display, small memory and very small SSD.

At least here in the US. In eastern European countries they sell laptops with 6W CPU and high-res display, more RAM/SSD, they even have more laptop models. Marketing gurus decided that in the US where the living standards are higher they don't allow this package deal of low power CPU with decent laptop.

Laptop configurations have long coded numbers, some are only sold in certain countries, like the lenovo 82C7008EHV or the HP 17-BY2010CA. Another disturbing trend is (mostly here in the US), laptop makers prefer to only sell 6W CPUs in 11-13" laptops, not in normal size 15.6" or 17.3".

Or they sell it with soldered RAM so upgrade is not possible. Laptop makers are not interested or oblivious to the "fanless" feature, niche market adalah keep pushing the 15W CPUs. Last month the Intel PEntium N6415 came out, with good performance for a general laptop and 32GB RAM support.

I think all those core i7's became obsolete, but the laptop makers don't think so. Here is a 15.6" laptop with 6W processor: The issue with ARM is that you cannot install your favorite video editor, EM simulator or engineering design CAD programs on it.

Or any other useful programs, except mass-user-base niche market adalah programs.

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The talk page may contain suggestions. ( August 2021) ( Learn how and when to remove this template message) Investment is the dedication of an asset to attain an increase in value over a period of time. Investment requires a sacrifice of some present asset, such as time, money, or effort. In finance, the purpose of investing is to generate a return from the invested asset.

The return may consist of a gain (profit) or a loss realized from the sale of a property or an investment, unrealized capital appreciation (or depreciation), or investment income such as dividends, interest, or rental income, or a combination of capital gain and income.

The return may also include currency gains or losses due to changes in the foreign currency exchange rates. Investors generally expect higher returns from riskier investments. When a low-risk investment is made, the return is also generally low.

Similarly, high risk comes with a chance of high returns. Investors, particularly novices, are often advised to diversify their portfolio. Diversification has the statistical effect of reducing overall risk. Contents • 1 Investment and risk • 2 History • 3 Investment strategies • 3.1 Value investment • 4 Intermediaries and collective investments • 5 Famous investors • 6 Investment valuation • 7 See also • 8 References • 9 Niche market adalah links Investment and risk [ edit ] An investor may bear a risk of loss of some or all of their capital invested.

Investment differs from arbitrage, in which profit is generated without investing capital or bearing risk.

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Savings bear the (normally remote) risk that the financial provider may default. Foreign currency savings also bear foreign exchange risk: if the currency of a savings account differs from the account holder's home currency, then there is the risk that the exchange rate between the two currencies will move unfavourably so that the value of the savings account decreases, measured in the account holder's home currency.

Even investing in tangible assets like has its risk. And just like with most risk, property buyers can seek to mitigate any potential risk by taking out mortgage and by borrowing at a lower loan to security ratio. In contrast with savings, investments tend to carry more risk, in the form of both a wider variety of risk factors and a greater level of uncertainty. Industry to industry volatility is more or less of a risk depending.

In biotechnology, for example, investors look for big profits on companies that have small market capitalizations but can be worth hundreds of millions quite quickly. [1] The risk is approximately 90% of the products researched do not make it to market due to regulations and the complex demands within pharmacology as the average prescription drug takes 10 years niche market adalah $2.5 billion USD worth of capital.

[2] History [ edit ] Courtyard of the Amsterdam Stock Exchange (or Beurs van Hendrick de Keyser in Dutch), the world's first official stock exchange. The Dutch Republic's pioneering institutional innovations greatly helped revolutionize and shape the foundations of modern-day global investing.

The formal stock market, in its modern sense, was an institutional innovation by the VOC managers and shareholders in the early 17th century. The first recorded professionally managed collective investment schemes (or investment funds), such as mutual funds, were formed in the 18th-century Dutch Republic. [11] [12] The Code of Hammurabi (around 1700 BC) provided a legal framework for investment, establishing a means for the pledge of collateral by codifying debtor and creditor rights in regard to pledged land.

Punishments for niche market adalah financial obligations were not as severe as those for crimes involving injury or death. [13] In the medieval Islamic world, the qirad was a major financial instrument.

This was niche market adalah arrangement between one or more investors and an agent where the investors entrusted capital to an agent who then traded with it in hopes of making a profit.

Both parties then received a previously settled portion of the profit, though the agent was not liable for any losses. Many will notice that the qirad is similar to the institution of the commenda later used in western Europe, though whether the qirad transformed into the commenda or the two institutions evolved independently cannot be stated with certainty.

[14] Amsterdam Stock Exchange is considered to be the world's oldest stock exchange. Established in 1602 by Dutch East India Company, the company issued the first shares on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange. [15] In the early 1900s, purchasers of stocks, bonds, and other securities were described in media, academia, and commerce as speculators.

Since the Wall Street crash of 1929, and particularly by the 1950s, the term investment had come to denote the more conservative end of the securities spectrum, while speculation was applied by financial brokers and their advertising agencies to higher risk securities much in vogue at that time.

[16] Since the last half of the 20th century, the terms speculation and speculator have specifically referred to higher risk ventures. Investment strategies [ edit ] Value investment [ edit ] Main article: Value investing A value investor buys assets that they believe to be undervalued (and sells overvalued ones).

To identify undervalued securities, a value investor uses analysis of the financial reports of the issuer to evaluate the security. Value investors employ accounting ratios, such as earnings per share and sales growth, to identify securities trading at prices below their worth.

Warren Buffett and Benjamin Niche market adalah are notable examples of value investors.

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Graham and Dodd's seminal work, Security Analysis, was written in the wake of the Wall Street Crash of 1929. [17] The price to earnings ratio (P/E), or earnings multiple, is a particularly significant and recognized fundamental ratio, with a function of dividing the share price of the stock, by its earnings per share. This will provide the value representing the sum investors are prepared to expend for each dollar of company earnings. This ratio is an important aspect, due to its capacity as measurement for the comparison of valuations of various companies.

A stock with a lower P/E ratio will cost less per share than one with a higher P/E, taking into account the same level of financial performance; therefore, it essentially means a low P/E is the preferred option. [18] An instance in which the price to earnings ratio has a lesser significance is when companies in different industries are compared. For example, although it is reasonable for a telecommunications stock to show a P/E in the low teens, in the case of hi-tech stock, a P/E in the 40s range is not unusual.

When making comparisons, the P/E ratio can give you a refined view of a niche market adalah stock valuation. For investors paying for each dollar of a company's earnings, the P/E ratio is a significant indicator, niche market adalah the price-to-book ratio (P/B) is also a reliable indication of how much investors are willing to spend on each dollar of company assets.

In the process of the P/B ratio, the share price of a stock is divided by its net assets; any intangibles, such as goodwill, are not taken into account. It is a crucial factor of the price-to-book ratio, due to it indicating the actual payment for tangible assets and not the more difficult valuation of intangibles.

Accordingly, the P/B could be considered a comparatively conservative metric. Intermediaries and collective investments [ edit ] Investments are often made indirectly through intermediary financial institutions.

These intermediaries include pension funds, banks, and insurance companies. They may pool money received from a number of individual end investors into funds such as investment trusts, unit trusts, and SICAVs to make large-scale investments. Each individual investor holds an indirect or direct claim on the assets purchased, subject to charges levied by the intermediary, which may be large and varied. Approaches to investment sometimes referred to in marketing of collective investments include dollar cost averaging and market timing.

Famous investors [ edit ] Investors famous for their success include Warren Buffett.

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In the March 2013 edition of Forbes magazine, Warren Buffett ranked number 2 in their Forbes 400 list. [19] Buffett has advised in numerous articles and interviews that a good investment strategy is long-term and due diligence is the key to investing in the right assets.

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Edward O. Thorp was a highly successful hedge fund manager in the 1970s and 1980s who spoke of a similar approach. [20] The investment principles of both of these investors have points in common with the Kelly criterion for money management. [21] Numerous interactive calculators which use the Kelly criterion can be found online.

[22] Investment valuation [ edit ] Free cash flow measures the cash a company generates which is available to its debt and equity investors, after allowing for reinvestment in working capital and capital expenditure. High and rising free cash flow, therefore, tend to make a company more attractive to investors.

The debt-to-equity ratio is an indicator of capital structure. A high proportion of debt, reflected in a high debt-to-equity ratio, tends to make a company's earnings, free cash flow, and ultimately the returns to its investors, riskier or volatile. Investors compare a company's debt-to-equity ratio with those of other companies in the same industry, and examine trends in debt-to-equity ratios and free cashflow.

See also [ edit ] • Asset • Capital accumulation • Capital gains tax • Climate-related asset stranding niche market adalah Diversification (finance) • EBITDA • Financial risk • Foreign direct investment • Fundamental analysis • Fundamental Analysis Software • Hedge fund • List of countries by gross fixed investment as percentage of GDP • List of economics topics • Market sentiment • Mortgage investment corporation • Rate of return • Socially responsible investing • Specialized investment fund • Time value of money • Time-weighted return • Mutual Fund References [ edit ] • ^ Murphy, Casey.

"The Ups and Downs of Biotechnology". Investopedia. Retrieved 2021-12-15. {{ cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status ( link) • ^ ltd, Research and Markets.

"AI-based Drug Discovery Market: Focus on Deep Learning and Machine Learning, 2020-2030". Retrieved 2021-12-15. • ^ Brenner, Reuven (1994). Labyrinths of Prosperity: Economic Follies, Democratic Remedies.

(University of Michigan Press, 1994), p. 57-60 • ^ Moore, Jason W. (2010b). "'Amsterdam is Standing on Norway' Part II: The Global North Atlantic in the Ecological Revolution of the Long Seventeenth Century," Journal of Agrarian Change, 10, 2, p.

188–227 • ^ Chen, Piera; Gardner, Dinah: Lonely Planet: Taiwan [10th edition]. (Lonely Planet, 2017, ISBN 978-1786574398). • ^ Shih, Chih-Ming; Yen, Szu-Yin (2009). The Transformation of the Sugar Industry and Land Use Policy in Taiwan, in Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering [8:1], pp.

41–48 • ^ Tseng, Hua-pi (2016). Sugar Cane and the Environment under Dutch Rule in Seventeenth Century Taiwan, in Environmental History in the Making, pp. 189–200 • ^ Estreicher, Stefan K. (2014), 'A Brief History of Wine in South Africa,'. European Review 22(3): pp. 504–537. doi: 10.1017/S1062798714000301 • ^ Fourie, Johan; von Fintel, Dieter (2014), 'Settler Skills and Colonial Development: The Huguenot Wine-Makers in Eighteenth-Century Dutch South Africa,'.

The Economic History Review 67(4): 932–963. doi: 10.1111/1468-0289.12033 • ^ Thompson, Laurence G. (1964), 'The Earliest Chinese Eyewitness Accounts of the Formosan Aborigines,'.

Monumenta Serica 23(1): 163–204. Laurence G. Thompson (1964) noted, "The most striking fact about the historical knowledge of Formosa is the lack of it in Chinese records. It is truly astonishing that this very large island, so close to the mainland that on exceptionally clear days it may be made out from certain places on the Fukien coast with the unaided eye, should have remained virtually beyond the ken of Chinese writers down until late Ming times (seventeenth century)." • ^ Goetzmann, William N.; Rouwenhorst, K.

Geert (2005). The Origins of Value: The Financial Innovations that Created Modern Capital Markets. (Oxford University Press, ISBN 978-0195175714)) • ^ Goetzmann, William N.; Rouwenhorst, K. Geert (2008). The History of Financial Innovation, in Carbon Finance, Environmental Market Solutions to Climate Change.

(Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, chapter 1, pp. 18–43). As Goetzmann & Rouwenhorst (2008) noted, "The 17th and 18th centuries in the Netherlands were a remarkable time for finance. Many of the financial products or instruments that we see today emerged during a relatively short period. In particular, merchants and bankers developed what we would today call securitization. Mutual funds and various other forms of structured finance that still exist today emerged in the 17th and 18th centuries in Holland." • ^ "The Code of Hammurabi".

The Avalon Project; Documents in Law, History and Diplomacy. • ^ Robert H. Hillman, "Limited Liability in Historical Perspective", (Washington and Lee Law Review, Spring 1997), Benedikt Koehler, "Islamic Finance as a Progenitor of Venture Capital", (Economic Affairs, December 2009) • ^ "Which is the oldest stock exchange in the world?". The Times of India. • ^ "The 1929 Stock Market Crash". Retrieved 2020-01-16. • ^ Graham, Benjamin; Dodd, David (2002-10-31). Security Analysis: The Classic 1940 Edition (2 ed.).

New York; London: McGraw-Hill Education. ISBN 9780071412285. • ^ "Price-Earnings Ratio - P/E Ratio". Investopedia. • ^ "Forbes 400: Warren Buffett". Forbes Magazine. Retrieved 1 March 2013. • ^ Thorp, Edward (2010). Kelly Capital Growth Investment Criterion.

World Scientific. ISBN 9789814293495. • ^ "The Kelly Formula: Growth Optimized Money Management". Seeking Alpha.

Healthy Wealthy Wise Project. • ^ Jacques, Ryan. "Kelly Calculator Investment Tool". Archived from the original on 2012-03-20. Retrieved 7 October 2008. External links [ edit ] Wikiquote has quotations related to: Investment Wikimedia Commons has media related to Investments. Wikisource has the text of The New Student's Reference Work article " Investments". Look up investment in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. • Investing at Curlie Hidden categories: • CS1 maint: url-status • Articles with short description • Short description matches Wikidata • Articles needing additional references from February 2017 • All articles needing additional references • Wikipedia articles needing rewrite from August 2021 • All articles needing rewrite • Articles with multiple maintenance issues • Articles to be expanded from October 2018 • All articles to be expanded • Articles using small message boxes • Commons category link is on Wikidata • Articles with Curlie niche market adalah • Articles with BNF identifiers • Articles with EMU identifiers • Articles with GND identifiers • Articles with J9U identifiers • Articles with LCCN identifiers • Articles with NDL identifiers • Articles with NARA identifiers • Afrikaans • العربية • ܐܪܡܝܐ • Asturianu • Azərbaycanca • تۆرکجه • Bân-lâm-gú • Башҡортса • Беларуская • Беларуская (тарашкевіца) • Български • Niche market adalah • Brezhoneg • Català • Čeština • Dansk • Deutsch • Eesti • Ελληνικά • Español • Esperanto • Euskara • فارسی • Français • Frysk • Galego • 한국어 • Հայերեն • हिन्दी • Hrvatski • Ido • Bahasa Indonesia • Italiano • עברית • Niche market adalah • ಕನ್ನಡ • ქართული • Қазақша • Latina • Latviešu • Lietuvių • Magyar niche market adalah Македонски • मराठी • Bahasa Melayu • Minangkabau • Mìng-dĕ̤ng-ngṳ̄ • Nederlands • नेपाली • नेपाल भाषा • 日本語 • Norsk bokmål • Norsk nynorsk • Олык марий • Oʻzbekcha/ўзбекча • پنجابی • پښتو • Polski • Português • Română • Русский • Scots • Shqip • Simple English • Slovenščina • Српски / srpski • Srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски • Sunda • Suomi • Svenska • Tagalog • தமிழ் • ไทย • Тоҷикӣ • Türkçe • Українська • اردو • Vèneto • Tiếng Việt • 吴语 • 粵語 • 中文 Edit links • This page was last edited on 2 May 2022, at 11:48 (UTC).

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