On a chilly Monday afternoon, I walked to the Dodge Ram’s dealership in the town of Dodgeville, about 80 kilometres east of Ottawa, where the new Dodge Ram was being offered for sale.
It’s not the first time I’ve seen the Dodge, which first debuted at the 2015 Detroit auto show, and is now the brand’s flagship model.
But for the uninitiated, it’s a laptop with a 7,600-rpm, 1.8GHz Intel Core i7-6700HQ chip that can run Windows 10 Mobile and Mac OS X on the same machine.
It also comes with a pair of front-facing speakers, a 5-inch touchscreen and a 3,000mAh battery.
The Dodge Ram is a little more expensive than other models, however, as the base model is $1,299 and comes with the 7,400-rpm 2.4GHz Core i5-6400HQ processor and a 128GB SSD.
In the high-end segment, the Dodge is available with an 8GB RAM laptop, which is a nice upgrade over the 7GB RAM version, or a 4GB RAM model with a 256GB SSD for $2,799.
A few other options for the high end include a 256-gigabyte SSD for the base models, and 256GB RAM for the highest-end model with 512GB RAM and a 2TB SSD.
Dodge has always been a laptop-focused brand, but the Dodge brand has evolved in recent years, becoming more of a hybrid between laptop and tablet, which it’s done well.
Dodge has also introduced a range of Chromebooks that combine tablet and laptop computing into one device.
The Dodge Ram does offer some impressive specs.
It has a 7-inch display, a 15.6-inch touch-enabled touchscreen, a 2.5GHz Intel Skylake Core i3 CPU, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of SSD storage and a 1TB hard drive.
The keyboard is also a convertible trackpad, and there’s a USB-C port that plugs into the rear of the laptop.
There’s also a microSD slot for adding extra storage.
I found the speakers to be pretty nice, though the sound is somewhat muffled, and the speakers are very loud.
The camera is a 16MP rear-facing camera with LED flash and LED flash front-firing.
The touch-based display is a 3.5mm touch-sensitive touchscreen.
The RAM is 256GB.
The touchscreen is a 2GB-based, 512GB SSD drive.
And the display has a 16:9 aspect ratio.
I didn’t get to try out the Chromebook Pixel, but Dodge says it’s coming soon.
The top-end Dodge Ram starts at $1 and comes equipped with a 3TB SSD for a total of 3TB, but it’s not an everyday buy.
If you’re looking for a high-performance laptop, the $1-million model comes with 16GB RAM, a 1.2TB SSD and 256 GB SSD.
The base model of the Dodge can go up to $1.2 million.
As far as performance goes, the 2017 Dodge Ram 2 is powered by a 2-core Intel Core M processor.
This is an all-new chip from Intel and the first to support the Thunderbolt 3 standard.
Thunderbolt 3 allows a laptop to transfer data up to 30 times faster than Thunderbolt 2 (which only supports transfers up to 1Gbps).
The RAM has 2GB of flash storage, but that’s not enough to take advantage of the new storage technology.
Thunderbolt 2 is also supported by a new SSD technology that can transfer data at speeds of up to 4GB per second.
That means you can store your most important documents, photos and videos in a single USB flash drive for up to 12 hours.
The display is also 16:8, but in portrait orientation, the display is quite small.
I did find that the keyboard is a bit loud when using Windows 10 on the Dodge RAM, but I don’t think it’s much of a problem for everyday use.
I also didn’t have any problems with audio playback or the display turning on when the keyboard was on.
The only major drawback of the 2016 Dodge Ram 4 is the lack of a USB Type-C connector.
That’s a bit of a shame because the new Type-A port is designed to be a more versatile port.
If there’s one thing that could improve the current Dodge RAM’s port, it would be a USB type-C charger, and that would give the device more USB ports.
In addition to the keyboard, the laptop comes with an aluminum chassis that’s available in a few different configurations.
The main option is the 8GB-class configuration, which comes with 4GB of DDR4 RAM and 256MB of flash memory.
The second option is an 8-core configuration with 4 GB of RAM and 512