Venom BlackBook Zero 14 Phantom laptop

Venom is a computer brand based in Melbourne but sold to the world. While the Venom BlackBook Zero 14 Phantom is not the high-performance laptop we usually cover on this site, it really is the same. The zero mark is now mature. We investigated its predecessor four years ago, and Venom did not see the need to innovate at that time. It calls for no pesky mind graphics are in the way of working with this laptop feature – namely office work and typing in a mobile location. The most famous thing about it is that Venom believes it is well integrated and is confident that it promises to pay you $ 500 in business after seven years!

One of the main reasons Venom’s decision to make such a promise was to avoid e-commerce. The idea of ​​a perfect part should require a lot of energy and equipment to destroy them when they use a large building built by its founder, and you can read more about this. However, other considerations include a reduction in bracing support on a well-built laptop. Many features, such as a high-quality keyboard and chassis alloy magnesium, can be a cheap source for modified products. After all, – why buy an expensive new part from a manufacturer when the consumer can offer them for less. It’s an interesting idea that resists many unprofitable renovations, especially in the technology space where we bought an expensive product with the expectation that it will be two years old.

Venom also tells us, “Batteries, RAM and SSDs are all easy to operate, which makes it easy to transport globally or internationally as well as upgrades and upgrades. It’s all about being really fast for a long time. “It adds,” The average BlackBook user currently sits at 5 years plus [based on this survey]. Old BlackBooks, clean and sell in another area available. ”

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With all that said, how does the Venom BlackBook Zero 14 work?

14-inch, matte, 1920 x 1080, without touch, IPS LCD; 2.8-4.7GHz Intel Core i7-1165G7 processor; 32GB RAM; 2x 2TB NVMe HDDs; Intel Xe graphics; 72Wh battery. 960g weight. Full details here.

Design with hands
Coming almost certainly takes the Spinal Tap series and the BlackBook Zero 14 feature, but it may be black again for white, etched logo and cover and brightly colored keys. The chassis of Magnesium Alloy is very hot – weighs only 960 grams – but it is still sturdy. It is a MIL-STD-810G certified “Army Bar,” which means its anti-slip coating and can withstand any test, shock, temperature, dust, and humidity. It is waterproof but not water-resistant. The screen changes a little when twisted or only hard. You can actually make a commercial laptop that weighs less than a kilo. In short, it is very comfortable, lightweight, and strong like shoes.

The IPS screen is bright and colorful. Full HD, 1920 x 1080 resolution provides real screen resolution for most corporate documents with all sharp text, even when small. Matte-finished the idea, and the anti-scratch coating works well. Multimedia content looks very good with good color reproduction and smooth movement. While it’s not clear if the Creator chose a laptop with the right color scheme and gradient conversion, it’s not quite clear if it still supports 100 percent of the sRGB color gamut. It ignites very well with little bleeding and, as a result, even in bright conditions around the dark.

The key is to be happy to type. The low travel key, thin-Scrabble-tile does not cost much pressure to use. You don’t need to stretch your fingers to reach any letter, and you can comfortably type for longer periods of time without fingers. The key also plays LED games that can be switched on or off separately. We’ve got a pet dog for the upper half key, but Advent isn’t just about providing these.

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The mountain range in the middle is very nice and straight. However, the embedded buttons are easy to press, although some may find their smidge too hard. In the end, it is his right to use and interact.

Twin, single-watt speakers are not very loud (as you might expect), but they can provide good sound without weak bass or table-out treble.


To the left…
To the left of the Venom BlackBook Zero 14 is a USB-A 3.2 Gen 1 port, an HDMI 2.0 port, and a Thunderbolt 4 compatible USB port.

To the right
The right is a USB-A 3.2 Gen 2 port, 3.5mm jack, and microSD card slot. Included are Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.2 for wireless cable as well as additional TPM 2.0 for storage.

Other features include an HD camera on the top of the screen (which is Windows Hello compatible for face-to-face input) but no fingerprint features.

The BlackBook Zero 14 Phantom laptop is the most common, and you can choose from 8GB to 40GB of DDR4 3200 RAM running on two 4TB NVMe PCIe Gen 4 drives. With the configuration coming from a U system with low power Intel and GPU is a Xe graphics chip, we don’t expect much from the benchmark. However, the 2.8-4.7GHz Intel Core i7-1165G7 processor, along with four hyperthreaded cores, won 4,910 and PCMark 10, which is impressive for any office laptop and evidenced by Intel’s 11th Generation processor’s prowess. We have not tested our 3DMark yet. Nonetheless, the Xe GPU will play old, basic, competitive games like CS: Go to Fortnite if keeping the specification settings too low.

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We tested our Cinebench to see if the CPU was strong and saw 214 hits at R15 and 3628 at R23. Here are some tips to help you get the most out of your laptop.

The visit sees the 72 WHr battery of the BlackBook Zero 14 will last up to 30 hours if you turn everything up to a minimum, usually written in the dark. Considering that such a long, short note period is part of this laptop delivery, we are happy to repeat the statement. Anyway, at the moving center of the PCMark 10 Modern Office battery, it lasted 10hrs 34mins. That was still an easy day at work. [Update: we ran again to check that the battery was charged. After four full sessions of encouragement, the score is better than 12hrs 41mins.]

This brand, combined with a solid 960g chassis and the potential brick, means this is one of the smallest laptops on the market. And Venom is happy to pay $ 500 after seven years of use means many potential soldiers will be confident about ‘sowing’ it around.

We should also keep in mind that it comes with a bag, a ‘velvet’ carrying a small bag, and, helpful, a second plug is inserted so that you do not have to disconnect one from your main work.

The Zero 14 Phantom also uses a technology called ‘Flexicharging.’ This “Helps to improve the lithium-ion battery life depending on the rate of the charging system. ‘Micro Charging’ at 100 percent where it is installed online reduces the overall battery life. By Flexicharger between 40 percent and 80 percent, the BlackBook can operate without affecting battery charge levels. You can shop for this laptop on an online shopping site.

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