HP’s Compaq 2230s is a fully featured, 1.8kg laptop for business users that has an affordable price tag. It’s a 12.1in laptop with a built-in optical drive, and it has plenty of security features for locking down the computer and encrypting your data...
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Look out world: it's another netbook. This one comes courtesy of Lenovo, and it's definitely a winner. It runs Windows XP, has a 10in screen, a conventional (spinning) hard drive, weighs 1.3kg, and is quite easy to use. It costs $699, so it's not too...
Remember the good old days, when your TV and amplifier sported wooden panels and gave you a sense of warmth and comfort? Well, the days of consumer electronics with wood features are back: ASUS, the tech company that is always up on the latest fashio...
The 15.4in HP Pavilion dv5-1108AX_01 is a very attractive laptop that features a great range of expansion ports and a full-sized keyboard that is a dream to use. Unfortunately, its underwhelming CPU detracts from what should be an excellent notebook....
Following on from the success of the Eee PC, ASUS has taken the same concept and created an ultraportable laptop with slightly beefier specifications, more security features and better looks. Its name is the N10J, and it puts more emphasis on style t...
If you're looking for a 14.1in notebook that has powerful hardware and plenty of ports, and you're willing to spend time getting used to a non-standard keyboard, then the NEC Versa E6510-2505DR is an excellent choice.
The Pavilion tx2600 (tx2613AU_01) is the latest addition to HP's stable of tablet notebooks. It's sleek, portable and has good connectivity options, but it suffers from a slow CPU and is outclassed by its predecessor and competitors.
We're always amazed at how far hard drive technology has come. Despite being a 2.5in device that can fit into a notebook, the Western Digital Scorpio Blue is reasonably quick and still packs a capacity of 500GB without an accompanying budget-breaking...
The Precision M6400 is a mobile workstation that offers the latest in fast hardware to crunch data for design, animation and engineering users. Residing in its aluminium chassis are an Intel Core 2 Extreme CPU, NVIDIA Quadro graphics, 4GB of RAM and ...
It has only taken six months, but HP's Pavilion dv3000 has already been refreshed. The new and improved model, the dv3539TX (FZ917PA#ABG), has a more impressive design as well as tougher guts under the hood, making it faster than its predecessor by a...
In the current economic climate, most users looking to buy a notebook will be asking one question above all others: does it give me value for money? Sadly, the Toshiba Tecra A10 doesn't.
There is more to this Centrino 2-certified 14.1in laptop than meets the eye. It might seem like it's just for those who want something shiny and stylish, but beneath its fingerprint-prone exterior is a configuration that will easily deal with most da...
When you’re looking to buy a tablet notebook, four key features should influence your decision: portability, battery performance, pen recognition and speed. Fujitsu’s Lifebook T1010 is above average in most of these areas, but you will need to be abl...
A tough exterior, along with resistance to dust and vibrations, make the semi-rugged 14.1in Latitude E6400 All-Terrain Grade laptop perfect for road warriors and other users who like to man-handle their computers. It has many user-friendly features t...
There's no doubt about it, the 6930P is ideal for the road warrior. Not only does its 14.1in screen size straddle the fence when it comes to user comfort and portability, its battery life is stellar. But what's most impressive about the EliteBook is ...
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I need power and lots of it. As a Front End Web developer anything less just won’t cut it which is why the MSI GT75 is an outstanding laptop for me. It’s a sleek and futuristic looking, high quality, beast that has a touch of sci-fi flare about it.
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