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The XPRT Spotlight Back-to-School Roundup

Today, we’re pleased to announce our second annual XPRT Spotlight Back-to-School Roundup, a free shopping tool that provides side-by-side comparisons of this school year’s most popular Chromebooks, laptops, tablets, and convertibles. We designed the Roundup to help buyers choosing devices for education, such as college students picking out a laptop or school administrators deciding on the devices for a grade. The Roundup can help make those decisions easier by gathering the product and performance facts these buyers need in one convenient place.

We tested the Roundup devices in our lab using the XPRT suite of benchmark tools. In addition to benchmark results, we also provide photographs, device specs, and prices.

If you haven’t yet visited the XPRT Weekly Tech Spotlight page, check it out. Every week, the Spotlight highlights a new device, making it easier for consumers to shop for a new laptop, smartphone, tablet, or PC. Recent devices in the spotlight include the Samsung Chromebook Pro, Microsoft Surface Laptop, Microsoft Surface Pro, OnePlus 5, and Apple iPad Pro 10.5”.

Vendors interested in having their devices featured in the XPRT Weekly Tech Spotlight or next year’s Roundup can visit the website for more details.

We’re always working on ways to make the Spotlight an even more powerful tool for helping with buying decisions. If you have any ideas for the page or suggestions for devices you’d like to see, let us know!

Justin

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