Back then, Chromebooks were not deemed as good laptops because the Chrome operating system was still in its infancy.
Fast forward a couple of years and you now have a full-fledged OS that can do a lot of things. Think of a Chromebook as a glorified Android device that can do more.
In this article, I will talk about the best Chromebooks that you can buy right now. These are not only great for students (who are going back to school) soon but it is also great for grandparents or for anyone who wants to have a much simpler computing experience.
Anyway, let’s get started, shall we?
1.Google Pixelbook Go
Price: Starts at $699
One of the main reasons why people prefer Chromebooks over traditional laptops that run on Windows 10 is that they have a much better battery life. It could be the hardware but the software also definitely plays a part in it as well.
The Google Pixelbook Go is a fantastic Chromebook made by the company that has developed the operating system it uses. That means that integration with the platform itself is seamless and you can expect amazing performance right from the get-go.
What I like about this particular product is its ‘Hush’ keyboard. It is silent but it provides good tactile feedback on each keypress. If you type a lot of documents and you want a reliable machine, this is the one to get.
Not only is this a great laptop for students but its suave looks make it ideal for professional use-cases too.
2.Asus Chromebook Flip C434
Asus, like Google, has been creating some amazing Chromebooks over the years and this next one is surely a great hit.
The Asus Chromebook Flip C434 is a 2-in-1 laptop which means that you not only can use it in its regular laptop configuration but you can also ‘flip’ the screen to turn it into a glorified tablet (hence the name).
This thing can last up to 10 hours with moderate use and in my testing, it did last nearly that number. It also has a single USB-A and two USB-C ports, as well as an SD card reader.
For the price of $639, you get a pretty accurate trackpad and backlit keyboard. The latter is actually quite nice because it is a rarity at this price point.
The 1080p display ensures that the things that you see on the screen are vivid and crisp and the overall aesthetics of the chassis makes it look premium and elegant.
Its basic configuration gives you an Intel Core m3 processor with 4GB of RAM. In most cases, this should be adequate enough. However, you do have the option to have additional RAM and upgrade its CPU to an Intel Core i5, but the modest configuration just mentioned should suit most users.
3.Acer Chromebook Spin 713
If you are bummed out by the specs of the previous Chromebook, this next one will probably tickle your fancy.
The Acer Chromebook Spin 713 is one of the best-performing Chromebooks on the market that doesn’t break the bank.
That is because it is packed with the new 10th generation Intel Core CPUs so you know that it has enough processing power to handle any task you throw at it.
I also want to point out that its backlit keyboard is amazing to type on. Again, this is a nice device that you should use if you type a lot of documents, create articles, and so on.
I am also surprised by the inclusion of an HDMI port. This is handy because you can wire it to your favorite monitor for an even bigger display.
You also get a vivid display with an aspect ratio of 3:2. It should be more than enough for most users.
4.HP Chromebook X2
A Chromebook need not look like a toy and if you value how it looks, then the HP Chromebook X2 is definitely one of the best in the aesthetics department.
Think of this as a Microsoft Surface Pro that runs on the ChromeOS. It is that suave and stylish and I wouldn’t mind going to the office with this thing by my side.
Its 12.3-inch display has a maximum resolution of 2400 x 1600 so it packs a lot of pixels for better visual fidelity.
This thing only weighs 3.1 pounds so you won’t have any problems lugging this around with you anywhere you go.
It is run by the Intel Core m3-7y30 chip and although it is not top-of-the-line, it should give you enough processing power to handle any professional workload.
I really like its keyboard because it is easy to type on and you also get an included stylus so that you can highlight your documents without any issues.
If I were to nitpick here, I do not like the thicker bezels on the display. But other than that, the HP Chromebook X2 is perfect for business people.
5.Lenovo IdeaPad Duet Chromebook
The nice thing about Chromebooks is that they generally last longer than their Windows 10-powered counterparts.
That being said, if you want a survivor, the Lenovo IdeaPad Duet Chromebook is the one for you. Why do I recommend this for people that want a long-lasting Chromebook? Well, that is because this thing can last up to 22 hours with moderate use!
Aside from its incredible battery life, this thing can also be used as a tablet as well, so whether you want to sift through tons of documents or you want a much better view of your media content, this thing has got you covered.
The only thing that might hold users back from getting this device is that the keyboard is a bit cramped than others.
Also, it is worth noting that the USB-c port that you use for wiring your headphones is also the one you use for charging, so if you intend to listen to music while charging this laptop, it is a no go.
6.Lenovo Yoga Chromebook C630
Most of the Chromebooks that you can find on the market either have 13 or 14-inch displays, but what if you want a much bigger screen for all of the stuff that you want to do? Well, if that is the case, then turn your attention to the Lenovo Yoga Chromebook C630.
You have a variety of options to choose from. Prices start at $450 with a modest Intel Core i5 processor, but you can go higher with a better CPU and a 4K resolution display (the original is 1080p).
Aside from the vivid display, you also have a hefty 8GB of RAM by default which means that you can run a lot of different apps at the same time and this thing can handle them without any issues at all.
How a device looks is also important and I am glad that the Chromebook 630 looks elegant thanks to the aluminum chassis.
I do have to point out that if you are going for the 4K model, its battery life is less than what you are getting with the 1080p variant.
Still, I can recommend the Lenovo Yoga Chromebook C630 for anyone that wants a laptop with a larger display compared to the others.
7.Acer Chromebook 713
If you play a lot of Android games, then the Acer Chromebook 713 is an appealing laptop for you.
It does have futureproof specs as they are equipped with the latest Intel processors so you will know that this thing can handle anything.
You have plenty of storage options to choose from. You can go as low as 64GB and you can opt for the 256GB maximum if you are willing to spend the money.
It has a 13.5.-inch display which is standard fare when it comes to Chromebooks and it has a resolution of 2256 x 1504 with an aspect ratio of 3:2. The screen can display a lot of stuff at one time, making this a good productivity device as well.
The more modest configuration just gives you 8GB of RAM which is already plenty for most users, though you do have the option to double that and go for 16GB.
This is also one of the 13-inch Chromebooks that has an HDMI port so you can plug it into your favorite gaming monitor to get the best experience.
Because this laptop is part of Project Athena, you can expect to play some Steam games in the future. Hopefully, both Valve and Google can go on with the deal to get things rolling.
You may want to plug in some good speakers with this one, though, as the built-in audio solution is just mediocre at best.
8.Samsung Chromebook Plus V2
The Samsung Chromebook Plus V2 is the last entry on this list but it is by no means a bad product. In fact, I would go on to say that if you like a competitive Stylus and a really stylish Chromebook, this is the one that you should consider getting.
The Chromebook Plus V2 has a very nice display- as you can expect from a product that comes from Samsung.
One of its hallmark features is its battery-free stylus. It is pretty accurate- so accurate, in fact, that you can use it to draw some professional and creative work without any issues.
Powering this thing is an Intel Core m3 processor that should be able to handle anything you throw at it. It may lag behind when it comes to playing some graphics-intensive games, but for certain workloads, it should be good enough.
You also get plenty of built-in storage with the chance to expand it thanks to its built-in SD card reader.
People that want a reliable and clear webcam will also be happy to know that the Chromebook V2 Plus also has one. And, did I mention that this is a 2-in-1 laptop as well?
Lenovo ThinkPad X13 Gen 1 Review- A Great Business Laptop Under $1,000
Lenovo’s ThinkPad laptops are made specifically for office use and because of the Covid-19 situation we are in, getting a laptop in this day and age is considered a must.
Having said that, the Lenovo ThinkPad X13 Gen 1 is made for business professionals that want a fairly light laptop that they can bring with them anywhere they need it.
Today, I am going to review the said laptop. Find out why I think it is a great business laptop under $2,000 by reading further.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X13 Gen 1 is a 13-inch laptop that has all of the bells and whistles that business professionals would love in a portable machine.
You have the ability to tilt the screen 180-degrees and its minimalistic design fits right in. It has a pure matte black aesthetic which I think is a great idea because it doesn’t attract too much attention, especially if you are in an office setting.
Most people want to feel secure and the good thing is that this laptop comes with a fingerprint scanner which is situated slightly to the right of the trackpad. It is fairly accurate and it can readily scan your fingerprint in a matter of seconds.
Although this is a 13-inch laptop, the Lenovo ThinkPad X13 Gen 1 is a bit heftier than its counterparts. It is still incredibly lightweight at only 2.8 lbs though, so I wouldn’t make too much of a fuss about it.
While most laptops have their ports scattered on both sides (and some even on the back), the ThinkPad X13 has all of its ports situated on the left side of the unit.
Here, you will find a single USB Type-A port, two Thunderbolt 3 ports, an HDMI 2.0 port, and a 3.5mm headphone/microphone combo jack. The inclusion of two Thunderbolt 3.0 ports is great because you can also use it to power up another display if you want to.
This particular machine comes with a 13.3-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080. In most cases, the screen is fairly accurate, though the colors do not pop out too much, at least, when compared to other 13-inch laptops that you can find on the market.
I am also surprised that the viewing angles aren’t that great compared to most IPS display panels out there. But, this is not to say that the ThinkPad X13’s screen is bad; it is just that it could have been better.
I am also not impressed with the color accuracy of this thing, as well as its peak brightness. Using a colorimeter, this thing only scored 72.3% on the DCI-P3 color spectrum and it only averaged 278 nits of brightness.
Now, the colors are fairly accurate, but it just doesn’t pop out. This means that this laptop is not meant for creative workloads, but it is more than enough for productivity tasks and typical office workloads.
There is also a 720p webcam on the top-middle portion of the display that provides a clear output, which is nice considering that most people work from home nowadays.
Keyboard and Touchpad
While most laptops out there use fairly flat chiclet-style keycaps, the keyboard on the Lenovo ThinkPad X13 Gen 1 actually has more concave keycaps. To my surprise, I was able to type better with this style compared to what you can find on other laptops in the market.
Because of how the keys are shaped, you can easily discern if you’ve changed to an entirely different key. This helps typists to type really fast without having to constantly look at the keyboard.
I also like the fact that it has a fairly good key travel and tactile feel. It is not a mechanical keyboard, but I still love how it feels every time I type.
For the touchpad, you are getting a 3.9 x 2.5-inch precision glass trackpad that has a relatively good feel and performance as well. It is smooth enough for better scrolling and it can register multiple taps at once which can be really helpful in some tasks.
While most laptops have ditched the two physical buttons that are supposed to be for the left and right mouse buttons, the Lenovo ThinkPad X13 Gen 1 still has them, albeit they are positioned at the top of the trackpad and not at the bottom.
The placement is not intuitive in my opinion, but for people that still want to use mouse buttons when they are using the touchpad, then I guess this is still a welcome addition.
Specs and Performance
- CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 Pro 4650U
- GPU: Integrated Radeon Graphics
- RAM: 8GB DDR4-3200
- Storage: 256GB M.2 PCIe SSD
- Display: 13.3-inch IPS, 1920 x 1080 Resolution
- Connectivity: 802.11AX Wifi 6, Bluetooth 5.1
- Battery: 48 WHr
- Dimensions: 12.3 x 8.6 x 0.7 inches
- Weight: 2.8 lbs
I am glad that a lot of laptops that you can find in 2020 are already equipped with AMD’s Ryzen mobile processors. The Lenovo ThinkPad X13 Gen 1 is packed with the AMD Ryzen 5 Pro 4650U and an integrated Radeon graphics solution.
While you cannot play games on this thing (technically you can, albeit with very low frame rates), the ThinkPad X13 is actually a pretty good productivity machine.
The processor is more than capable enough of doing some rendering tasks, as well as the usual office workloads that you normally would do on a business laptop.
As configured, the storage could have been improved. Fortunately, you can spend a bit more to get higher storage capacities. Furthermore, if you know how to pry open a laptop safely, you can actually upgrade with another SSD as well if the current storage option is not enough for you.
I am pretty impressed with the performance package of this thing. Even though it is considered a modest machine, it still performed admirably in most business workloads, though I wouldn’t use this machine for creative workloads like photo or video editing mainly because of the underpowered specs, as well as a less than stellar display.
Normally, laptops for professionals should last the entire day because you will never know when you’re going to need it.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X13 Gen 1 lasted 7 hours and 53 minutes in my battery of tests, which includes some web browsing, watching movies, and doing some usual office tasks.
Its battery life is respectable, though the MacBook Pro and other 13-inch laptops fared better in this regard.
Affordable laptops are highly sought after nowadays because most of us work from home. But, despite the fact that this event will pass, you will still need a relatively good laptop that can handle your office and productivity tasks.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X13 Gen 1 is a competitive portable machine that is priced under $1,000 and I can highly recommend this for people that want a laptop that they can rely on in these trying times.
This thing costs $975 but you can have some components upgraded at an increased cost.
HP Envy 15 (2020) Review- A Great Laptop for Creatives
Are you a professional photographer, video renderer, photo editor, or any profession that involves creative work? If so, you’re probably looking for a portable laptop that you can bring with you for a quick edit and I can highly recommend the HP Envy 15.
Read further to find out why the HP Envy 15 is a great laptop for creative professionals.
You are probably thinking about a flashy portable machine since I am talking about a laptop for creative professionals, right? But, even though this thing can handle any creative workload, it is best that the chassis itself remains subtle and that is what HP delivers.
The HP Envy 15 has an all-aluminum chassis that looks tame but professional. Here, you get a silver build that looks and feels premium- so much so that this laptop weighs 4.7 pounds. It is a bit heftier than other laptops of this type on the market, but this should just tell you that this thing is robust in terms of build quality and reliability.
On the lid, you will find the company’s logo which is presented with lines that have off-angles which I think is done for aesthetic appeal.
On the sides, you will find some air vents alongside some USB-A and USB-C ports, a microSD card reader, an HDMI 2.0 port, and a 3.5mm headphone/microphone combo jack. The USB-C ports have Thunderbolt 3 support which is pretty nice.
Unlike most of the laptops that you find on the market, the HP Envy 15 is actually equipped with an AMOLED display that is quite similar to some flagship phones that you can find on the market.
Because of the said panel, you get vivid and punchy colors with amazing contrast and brightness. Creating content on this thing is a dream thanks to the display’s color prowess.
After using my colorimeter, I got a 100% sRGB rating, 97% Adobe RGB, and an impressive 142% DCI-P3 color gamut rating which is truly superior to others. Now you know why HP is marketing this as a great laptop for creative professionals.
It is worth mentioning that the HP Envy 15 also supports true HDR which means that you can watch any HDR content online and enjoy it on its 15.6-inch AMOLED display.
You can also use the company’s dedicated touch pen on the screen itself and it is pretty accurate as well. Just remember that the said accessory is not included in the box, so you will have to spend a bit more money just to get one.
There is also a 720p webcam at the top which produces good quality images, albeit on its color is a bit on the cooler side. It does have a privacy shutter that you can use to hide the camera when you are not using any application that warrants its usage.
Keyboard and Touchpad
I am more of a typist than a creative type but I have to say that this laptop has an amazing keyboard. It has a good feeling on every keypress and its tactile feedback is on point. It doesn’t have any backlighting whatsoever, but I think that is a fair compromise.
I find the keyboard’s layout a bit odd considering that there is a lot of real estate that can be used here. I think that has something to do with the speaker grilles that are found on both sides of the keyboard, but I would’ve wanted the company to go the usual route and have a layout that is used by many laptop manufacturers out there.
I just do not like that some keys are in line with each other. For instance, the page up and page down keys are in line with the delete key, which you will find pretty annoying when you are used to the regular layout. This also means that the power button is not on its usual placement on the side, which can be a turn off for some people (no pun intended).
The touchpad has a glass surface. It measures 4.5 x 2.7 inches and I consider it to be respectable enough for most users. Because of the said surface, it is pretty easy to glide your fingers to make gestures, make accurate drawings, etc. It also supports Windows precision drivers as well, so you will know that the company has got you covered if you decide to go all creative on this laptop.
Specs and Performance
- CPU: Intel Core i7-10750H
- GPU: Nvidia Geforce RTX 2060 Max-Q
- RAM: 16GB DDR4-2933MHz
- Storage: 512GB NVMe SSD +32GB Intel Optane
- Display: 15.6-inch 3840 x 2160 AMOLED
- Connectivity: Bluetooth 5.0, Intel WiFi 6 AX 201
- Ports: HDMI 2.0a, 2x USB-C (w/ Thunderbolt 3.0 support), 2x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A, 3.5mm headphone/microphone combo jack
- Battery: 86 WHr
- Weight: 4.7 lbs
The HP Envy 15 has some pretty respectable specs. It comes with a 10th generation Intel Core i7 processor and is coupled with Nvidia’s RTX 2060 Max-Q GPU.
Its performance is pretty good, especially if you are doing some photo editing or even some video rendering workloads. Although it is not as fast as some AMD Ryzen-powered laptops on this front, you still get a fast laptop nonetheless.
Although this thing is marketed as a laptop for creative professionals, its RTX 2060 Max-Q GPU can handle PC games really well. In my testing with the 4K model, it is best that you set the graphical settings to just medium to get anywhere between 45-60 fps depending on the game that you want to play.
I can imagine that you get even more performance on the 1080p model, but 45-60 fps is already quite playable.
You can use the HP Command Center to set the different operating modes depending on your usage. Setting it to Performance mode ekes out every last bit of performance which is great if you really need a powerful system for games and creative workloads. Its balanced profile should be used in most cases.
If there is one downside to this otherwise great laptop, it would be its battery life. The HP Envy 15 is equipped with an 86 WHr battery which, on paper, should be adequate for this kind of machine, right? Well, not exactly.
You see, the 4K AMOLED screen sucks out more battery than an IPS display of the same resolution. Yes, you get better visual fidelity with an AMOLED panel but that is at the cost of battery life.
In my testing, you could get only 2 hours and 36 minutes of effective runtime before you need to reach for the charger. That means that any taxing workload- may it be professional use-cases or playing games- can truly drain the battery really quickly.
You will have to bring the charger with you anywhere you go if you want to continually use this laptop when you are outside, but its hefty power brick can be a bummer to bring for people that want maximum portability.
The HP Envy 15 is definitely a pretty good laptop for creative individuals. Its 4K AMOLED display produces vibrant colors with amazing contrast and its pretty impressive dynamic range sets it apart from most of the laptops on the market.
Even though this is not a true gaming laptop, you can still play any games that you want on this thing, albeit you may have to tone down some graphical settings here and there to get good enough frame rates.
The downside to this otherwise amazing portable machine is its battery life. That has something to do with the display panel used as AMOLED screens are generally power-hungrier than their IPS counterparts.
But, if you are okay with the fact that you need to bring the laptop’s charger with you at all times, then the HP Envy 15 is a pretty impressive choice for creative professionals.
The HP Envy 15, as reviewed, costs $1,600.
HP Omen 15 Review- A Competitive AMD Ryzen Gaming Laptop Under $1500
If you were to shop for a gaming laptop back then, you would have to choose one that is equipped with an Intel processor because they are clocked higher and they have a good reputation in the gaming department.
Fast forward to today and we now have new laptops that are packed with AMD’s Ryzen CPUs and the HP Omen 15 certainly has one of the best out there.
Today, I am going to be reviewing this thing. Find out why I think this is a really competitive AMD Ryzen gaming laptop under $1500.
In terms of aesthetics, the HP Omen 15 is not as ‘loud’ as the other gaming laptops on the market. It has a predominantly black chassis, though you will find that it is actually space gray when given ample lighting.
The lid has the Omen branding in the middle and the colorful diamond situated above the said word actually looks really nice. Other than that, it doesn’t have any other bling.
For the ports, you will find a USB Type-A Gen 3.2 port, an HDMI 2.01a port, an ethernet jack, a full-sized SD card reader, and a 3.5mm headphone and microphone combo jack on the left.
On the right-hand side, you have two additional USB Type-A ports, a mini DisplayPort, and a USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C port.
While most other gaming laptops in 2020 weigh less than 5 pounds, the Omen 15 weighs a bit more at 5.4 pounds. It is still lightweight but I think that this is worth mentioning, especially if you’ve tried the other laptops that were released this year.
It is still somewhat thin, though, at just 14.1 x 9.4 x 0.9 inches, so in terms of portability, you can still put this inside your backpack without any issues.
IPS panels have come a long way when it comes to performance and the HP Omen 15 comes equipped with a 15.6-inch IPS screen with a refresh rate of 144Hz. It is a 1080p screen which should be enough for most users.
The screen is vibrant and that is to be expected given the choice of the panel used. Keep in mind that, by default, the screen is set to 60Hz, so if you want to tap this thing’s full potential, you would have to manually set the refresh rate to its maximum.
The color accuracy of the display is pretty good at 90% sRGB and 71.8% DCI-P3 color gamut. In most games, you will definitely see the crisp images and because it is a relatively color accurate screen, you can do some light photo and video editing tasks on here as well.
There is a 720p webcam at the top-middle part of the display and I think that this is the right placement for such a thing. The camera quality is respectable, though the microphone volume could have been improved.
Keyboard and Touchpad
The Omen 15’s keyboard has a standard layout without the full Numpad. I think that this is a better implementation considering that having the Numpad would cram the keys so much that it makes it hard to use.
My review unit only has the white LED backlighting and it is pretty bright. However, you can opt for the full RGB version, though you would have to decide if spending an additional $50 for RGB lighting would be the right thing to do or not.
The keys themselves are a bit mushy for my taste but I am glad that I can still type relatively fast on them. My only gripe with the layout is that the power button is situated directly above the backspace and if you have large fingers like me, you could potentially press the power button while you are typing which can be a pain.
For its touchpad, this laptop has a 2.9 x 4.5-inch matte touchpad. While I love its responsiveness, it would have been nice if it had a glass finish (but this is pretty much my personal preference).
It has plenty of surface area to work with and I am happy to report that you can make precise mouse movements just by simply using the touchpad. It doesn’t have physical buttons, but I think that this is a standard affair at this point.
Specs and Performance
- CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 4800H
- GPU: Nvidia Geforce GTX 1660Ti
- RAM: 16GB DDR4-3200
- Storage: 512GB M.2 NVMe SSD
- Display: 15.6-inch IPS, 1920 x 1080 resolution, 144Hz Refresh Rate
- Connectivity: WiFi 6 (Intel AX 200), Bluetooth 5
- Battery: 71 WHr
- Weight: 5.4 Pounds
The configuration that I have comes with AMD’s Ryzen 7 4800H mobile processor. In terms of productivity tasks and some light rendering, this definitely beats any Intel equivalent chip out there.
For its gaming performance, you could set the game’s graphical settings to high or ultra in some titles, though for more demanding games such as Control, for example, you would have to set it to medium to get considerable frame rates.
I am okay with the 1080p resolution display simply because the GPU cannot produce more than 120Hz if the native resolution is higher.
Playing battle royale games shouldn’t be an issue since they are not too taxing on the laptop and you should be able to reach 144 frames per second comfortably.
I really love the fact that the 8-core/16-thread CPU on this thing can handle whatever workload you throw at it. This is not only a competitive gaming machine but it can certainly go above any Intel counterpart out there.
I do have to point out that if you are taxing the GPU and CPU too much, this machine is quite audible at 56 dBA. That is really loud, but considering that the fans are working as intended, the chassis didn’t go beyond 40C so it is quite okay to the touch.
In terms of thermals, the laptop didn’t go beyond 80C while gaming, and in rendering, it didn’t go above 85C which is indeed impressive. However, always remember that this thing can be really loud, so do bear that in mind.
Lastly, if you haven’t used an AMD Ryzen-powered PC or laptop before, the nature of the CPU ramps the fans up a little bit since the chip boosts quite frequently. This is normal behavior so if you are using this thing and you’ve noticed that the fans frequently go up and down in terms of fan speeds, now you know why.
While I like the performance of the HP Omen 15, it does suffer a little bit in the battery department. In my testing, you could get 6 hours easily doing light to moderate tasks. However, once you put this thing to its limits, you could only go as far as 3-4 hours of use.
The good thing is that you can bring the charger with you and it gives it enough juice in such a short amount of time.
I just wished that HP had beefed up the battery a little bit as the 71 WHr battery on this thing is a bit too low, in my opinion.
I am really happy and impressed with the HP Omen 15. Finally, we have a pretty competitive gaming laptop that is priced under $1,500. With the configuration that I have, it only costs you $1,299 which is pretty insane.
Do keep in mind that you can also get the highest spec version of this laptop which comes with a 10th generation Intel Core i7 processor and the Nvidia RTX 2070 Super Max-Q, but that thing costs $1,800 (which is still pretty good).
However, if you are okay with the mid-range performance, the HP Omen 15 with the Ryzen 7 4800H chip is a pretty good gaming laptop.
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