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MSI GX60 Gaming Notebook - Great Looks And A Fast GPU
At $1409, MSI’S GX60 is $90 cheaper than most of the other 15.6in and 17.3in laptops on test. It’s arguably the most racy-looking too, although its glossy plastic finishing takes the edge off the shine. MSI has also taken a rather unconventional approach with the GX60 and opted for an AMDA10-4600m APU as opposed to an Intel Core i5 or Core i7.
OCUK Limited Edition P170EM - A Great Screen And Balanced Setup
Popular e-tailor OCUK’s offering, the Limited Edition P170EM, has a large 17.3in, 1,920x1,080 screen – one of just three on test to do so. Externally, it has a gorgeous brushed aluminum surface that extends to the keyboard surround, making it one of the best-looking laptops of the bunch.
Samsung Series 5 550P5C-S03 Review - A Perfect Farewell To Windows 7
550P5C-S03 has a good connection kit, including 4x USB (two of which supports USB 3.0 interface), VGA and HDMI for external displays, and 4-in-1 card reader. There’s also Ethernet port, Bluetooth, jack slot and DVD read/write drive.
HP Envy TouchSmart 4 - Plain And Simple
Representing the midrange is HP’s Envy TouchSmart Ultrabook 4. What you see is what you get with this 14-inch clamshell – it doesn’t assume the persona of a tablet with the twist of the hinge, like some of its higher-profile touch brethren. That keeps the price in check – the Envy TS 4 starts at $800 but there’s more to a laptop than a modest price.
Lenovo Thinkpad Xl Carbon – That’s What We’ve Been Waiting For
Lenovo's 2011 vision of the ultimate boardroom ultraportable, the ThinkPad X1, simply didn't live up to expectations. Now, however, the company has gone back to the drawing board and attempted to right the wrongs of its predecessor. Enter Lenovo's business Ultrabook: the X1 Carbon.
13in. Apple Macbook Pro At A Staggering Price
Apple has finally revealed the long overdue redesign of the 13in MacBook Pro. With the metal unibody chassis shrinking to a mere shadow of its former self, and a Retina display cramming in more pixels per inch than any laptop we've ever seen, Apple has rung the changes.
Asus Taichi 21 - Feels Like A Bold
Asus is no stranger to innovation: its range of Transformer Pads was the first to successfully fuse the Android tablet and netbook. Now it's attempting to repeat the feat with Windows 8. Enter the Taichi 21, Asus' unique take on the Windows 8 convertible tablet.
13in MacBook Pro With Retina Display
It has a 13.3-inch LED-backlit screen with a natural resolution of 2560x1600 namely 4,096,000 pixels. To compare, the 13-inch non-Retina MacBook Pro has the resolution of 1280x800, and the resolution of the 13-inch MacBook Air 13in is of 1,440x900.
Samsung Series 5 Ultra Touch Review
The version of Samsung Series 5 Ultra Touch is equipped with 13.3-inch screen, 1,366x768 pixel resolution, Intel Core i7-3517U 1.9 GHz processor, 8 GB RAM, hybrid hard drive with 500 GB HDD and 20 GB SSD. The laptop has reference price of 1,325 USD.
How To Buy…A NOTEBOOK PC (Part 2)
The average notebook PC is currently priced quite well, not least because of the creation of the high-end Ultrabook market, which has created a desirable, expensive line of laptops. This makes the non-Ultrabook models appear low-end, which in turn makes them into a cheaper budget line.
How To Buy…A NOTEBOOK PC (Part 1)
The laptop market has become increasingly fractured of late. Notebooks have enjoyed years of popularity as the favoured choice of the casual user, but their position is looking increasingly untenable due to a general trend towards low-power computing.
Group Test: Laptops Running Windows 8 (Part 2) - Samsung Series 5 550P7C, Sony Vaio SVS1311N9E, Toshiba Satellite Z930-10X
550P7C of Samsung is laptop in the broadest sense of the word. Its size and weight mean that it’s not sure you want to put it on his lap too long, as well as do not want to put the 3kg laptop into bag and carry it to everywhere you go.
Group Test: Laptops Running Windows 8 (Part 1) - Asus Zenbook UX32A, HP Envy 4-1020ea, lenovo IdeaPad U410
Ultrabook Zenbook laptop of ASUS seems to be advanced line, but UX32A a low-cost luxurious item. Design mimics Apple Macbook Air; it is slim from back to front. It is not the lightest ultraportable we've ever seen, but it will not hard with the weight of 1.5kg.
Lenovo ThinkPad T430u - Powerful Business-Class Ultrabook
T430u is “renewed” from the once famous model-T430 with the slim design of ultrabook standard and concurrently equipped with traditional security technology of ThinkPad T series.
Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon - Premium Business-Class Laptop
It has been in this form or another form for over 20 years, but homogeneous appearance and features that focus on business do not attract mid-range market. That thing can change with ThinkPad X1 Carbon Ultrabook, which is probably the most beautiful ThinkPad ever.
Acer Aspire S5-391 - To Be More Advanced
Aspire S5-391 is dim aluminum Ultrabook, it looks so great. It is also the first Ultrabook we saw a mechanical gate that can move up and down with just one click on the button.
HP Spectre XT 13 - Fashionably Sleek Design
With a design directly rivaling MacBook Air, Spectre XT 13 received several criticisms about infringement. Though, in fact, the model still retains typical features of HP Envy series, yet it is totally different from Apple MacBook Air.
Lenovo Thinkpad T430 - Legendary Quality, Rock-Solid Durability
T series type of Lenovo is used for business. It has aluminum alloy frame that can suffer pressure, equipment for reading fingerprints and bolting screen. Business appreciate these features; however, it is very useful for anyone who has little baby.
Toshiba Portege Z930 Ultrabook
Ultrabook Portege Z930 of Toshiba weighs 1 kilogram and it is the lightest ultrabook that we have ever tested. It has big strength of efficiency although it has thin model.
Acer Aspire 5600U All-In-One PC Review
In general, Acer 5,600U is a perfect product when it is used with Windows 8 because it has many good features to interact with users directly. Computer’s configuration is strong, it uses separated graphic, so it can satisfy all of medium 3D entertaining demands such as watching Full HD film or playing game, surfing web…
Asus Vivo Book X202E Review
X202E’s design is similar to the Vivo Book models of the same type: S400, S500 and S550. It has simple design, mouse gray coat and aluminum alloy cover that can help radiate and prevent scratch better. Besides small size, (30.3x20x2.17 cm), its weight is 14kg; it isn’t too heavy for people who often move.
Dell XPS 12 Convertible Tablet Ultrabook Review
Value of XPS 12 also shows through multipoint touch screen 12.5 inches, 1,920x1,080 pixel (full HD) resolution. Panel IPS technology can help screen show real colors. It is nearly similar to CRT screen and its view is larger than panel technology with Twisted Nematic (TN) and Vertical Alignment (VA) screen.
Dell Latitude E6430 ATG - All-Day Battery Life
With Latitude E6430 ATG, let’s think about work in a blue jeans suit. The latest product in a long line of Dell rugged and semi-rugged laptops that intends to survive in areas where the normal system will face the risk of injury from dirty water, dust storms, or even normal drop.
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The XPS 13 forges its own path through the Air-aping Ultrabook masses, with a metal carbon-fibre base and rubberised backlit keyboard. Just as importantly, it’s kitted out with a 256GB SSD, 1.7GHz Core i7 processor, 8hr battery life and excellent keyboard.
Dell XPS One 27 Touch - Big, Bright, Bold And Responsive
That said, you do get a lot for your money here. The XPS One can handle HD content without a problem, which is especially important for this PC, since each model in the range comes with an absolutely stunning 27-inch touchscreen TV panel with WQHD (Wide Quad High Definition). That’s 2,560 x 1,440 pixels, and on the 27-inch display it looks wonderful.
Ultrabooks Supertest - The Second Coming (Part 2) : Toshiba Portégé Z930-10X, Acer Aspire TimelineUltra M5-581TG
Strip an Ultrabook down to the basics and it’s really just a very thin laptop. In which case Toshiba’s new Z930 may well be the ultimate example of the form: it weighs in at 1.12kg and tapers down to a barely there 8.3mm.
Ultrabooks Supertest - The Second Coming (Part 1) : Sony Vaio T SVT1311W1E, HP Envy 6-1006sa Sleekbook, Lenovo IdeaPad U310
So what does that mean for you, the proud owner of a new Envy 6? Well, Intel's Ivy Bridge-based Core i5s are better at traditional processing and multitasking, while AMD's A6-4455M ‘Trinity' chip has more powerful Radeon graphics which will speed up photo and video editing and make games fly. Oh, and they're US$150 cheaper.
Lenovo Ideapad U410 - The Powerful Ultrabook
The IdeaPad U410 isn’t just about being easy on the eye, although with its clean lines and bold styling, it’s not a bad looker. No, the main selling point for this new 14-inch Ultrabook is the spread of technology within.
Lenovo Ideapad Yoga - Well Worth The Cash
Yoga by name and by nature, this is a touchscreen laptop that doubles as a 13-inch tablet. The Yoga moniker comes from the lid’s ability to bend backwards on itself, so that the traditional laptop design transforms to become a tablet. This makes it better suited to watching videos or using apps, while losing none of the standard laptop usability.
Lenovo IdeaPad S400 - Stylish And Affordable Laptop
Despite its plain appearance in a sturdy and big design, S400 has a thickness no less than those from common ultra-books. Besides, the device is also equipped with a separate card and some exclusive technologies from Lenovo.
Dell Inspiron 17R Special Edition - Battery Is A Disappointment
It looks smart in pictures, but Inspiron 3.34kg is made ​​of plastic entirely. At a close distance, we easily see: the body seems empty and patterned plastic casing brings cheap feeling, the keyboard typing or the creaking buttons of the touchpad leave no doubt about where Dell uses its budget.
Asus Vivobook S200E - Stunning Looks And Great Features
Other than Redmond’s Surface, no device showcases Windows 8 better than the Asus VivoBook S200E. it’s a fantastic little 11.6-inch touchscreen laptop that offers pretty much everything you could want.
Dell Inspiron 15R Special Edition – It Is Not Luxury
Its design is not the only disappointment. A part of the attractiveness of SE is probably the lid’s panel which can be inverted (blue, red, pink and white are also available), but the black unit in our laptop reviews has ugly 0.5mm distance along the upper edge - the perfect way to attract dust and debris.
Asus N56VM - Perfect Balance
With 2.75kg, it is not the lightest 15.6-inch model here, but the offset is the construction quality that can prevent bomb. The dark metal lid is strong, and the area around the keyboard is made ​​of metal, the chassis is at the second position about stiffness, after MacBook Pro.
MSI GT70 Gaming Laptop Review
MSI’s new gaming laptop is no less powerful than hi-end desktops. Besides, GT70 is equipped with full-HD display and Dynaudio 2.1 speakers for advanced entertainment.
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