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In Pictures: Notebook Gallery

The best Notebooks revealed

  • Desktop in a notebook; the four core beast: Pioneer Computers Australia DreamBook Power D90 SLI (Quad Core)
    Weighing 6.8kg and sporting a desktop, the Quad Core CPU is not an entirely practical solution for all types. For this price you can get a very powerful desktop PC! However, if you're after a system with grunt and require some portability then the D90 has some merit.
  • Dell XPS M1730 image 2

  • Sony VAIO VGN-TZ18GN/X image 5

  • Asus U3S image 7

  • Toshiba Portege R500 image 7

  • Sony VAIO VGN-TZ18GN/X image 7

  • Dell XPS M1730 image 6

  • Sony VAIO VGN-TZ18GN/X image 4

  • Asus U3S image 2

  • Sony VAIO VGN-FZ18G image 4

  • Pioneer Computers Australia DreamBook Power D90 SLI image 6

  • Sony VAIO VGN-FZ18G image 5

  • Pioneer Computers Australia DreamBook Power D90 SLI image 3

  • Acer Aspire 4920G image 4

  • Dell XPS M1330 image 5

  • Toshiba Satellite X200 image 8

  • Dell XPS M1330 image 6

  • Dell XPS M1730 image 3

  • Toshiba Satellite X200 image 2

  • New look for a new generation: Acer Aspire 4920G
    Acer's long overdue facelift arrived in the form of this 4920 Gemstone. The sleek, new, rounded design also brought an overhaul to the sound system and a bunch of great media features.
  • Pioneer Computers Australia DreamBook Power D90 SLI image 4

  • Toshiba Satellite X200 image 4

  • Dell XPS M1730 image 7

  • Acer Aspire 4920G image 2

  • Sony VAIO VGN-TZ18GN/X image 2

  • Toshiba Qosmio G40 image 3

  • Sony VAIO VGN-FZ18G image 7

  • Toshiba Qosmio G40 image 2

  • Dell XPS M1330 image 7

  • Sony VAIO VGN-TZ18GN/X image 6

  • Dell XPS M1730 image 8

  • Pioneer Computers Australia DreamBook Power D90 SLI image 8

  • Acer Aspire 4920G image 3

  • Asus U3S image 3

  • Acer Aspire 4920G image 7

  • Asus U3S image 8

  • Sony VAIO VGN-TZ18GN/X image 3

  • Small stature, big power: Dell XPS M1330
    One of the most impressive little packages we've run across. It's slim, it's stylish and for your money, it's even good value. There's little to complain about this notebook, except if you don't have one.
  • Fujitsu Lifebook U1010 image 2

  • Solid state storage arrives: Sony VAIO VGN-TZ18GN/X
    This business focused notebook was the first into our test labs with a solid state drive, the latest in storage technology. It's light to carry, but heavy on the wallet.
  • Pioneer Computers Australia DreamBook Power D90 SLI image 5

  • Toshiba Portege R500 image 6

  • High definition movies, high quality gaming: Toshiba Satellite X200 (PSPB9A-02J022)
    Boasting a 512MB Geforce 8700M GT, a powerful 2.4GHz Intel CPU and an HD-DVD-R this gaming machine offers a full entertainment experience.
  • Sony VAIO VGN-FZ18G image 3

  • Toshiba Qosmio G40 image 4

  • Toshiba Satellite X200 image 6

  • Sony VAIO VGN-FZ18G image 8

  • Toshiba Satellite X200 image 5

  • Sony VAIO VGN-FZ18G image 2

  • Blu-ray multimedia machine: Sony VAIO VGN-FZ18G
    Thanks to a Blu-ray drive and an HDMI port this VAIO is an excellent multimedia performer. While Sony also offers the larger Blu-ray notebooks, the FZ18G somehow seems more accessible.
  • Toshiba Qosmio G40 image 5

  • Toshiba Qosmio G40 image 8

  • Dell XPS M1330 image 4

  • Sony VAIO VGN-TZ18GN/X image 8

  • Acer Aspire 4920G image 5

  • Dell XPS M1730 image 4

  • Dell XPS M1330 image 2

  • HD-DVD multimedia powerhouse: Toshiba Qosmio G40 (PQG40A-00Y014)
    Toshiba's multimedia powerhouse. The G40 comes from a line of notebooks dedicated to the promotion of HD-DVD. Its high-resolution screen, powerful Harmon Kardon speakers and HD-DVD-R drive are a solid bulwark against Sony and the Blu-ray camp.
  • Dell XPS M1330 image 3

  • Toshiba Qosmio G40 image 6

  • Fujitsu Lifebook U1010 image 6

  • Acer Aspire 4920G image 8

  • Toshiba Portege R500 image 3

  • Dell XPS M1330 image 8

  • Fujitsu Lifebook U1010 image 8

  • Sony VAIO VGN-FZ18G image 6

  • Fujitsu Lifebook U1010 image 5

  • Teeny-weeny pocket-PC: Fujitsu Lifebook U1010
    The U1010 is about twice the size of a smart-phone, yet it's a fully-fledged Windows Vista-based tablet PC. Its unique form-factor is suitable for professional users, or even regular travelers.
  • Slimmest notebook: Toshiba Portege R500
    Although the Toshiba Portege R500 is clearly not a power user's choice, it is one of the lightest notebooks around, and is an excellent choice for simple tasks such as email, Web surfing and office applications while travelling for business.
  • Toshiba Portege R500 image 5

  • Fujitsu Lifebook U1010 image 4

  • Asus U3S image 4

  • Style and class. Fashion meets technology: Asus U3S
    Deceptive in its size, this little bundle of style offers built-in 3G, GPS, has an HDMI port and an e-SATA port. The white leather palm rest will match your handbag or golf shoes to a tee.
  • Toshiba Satellite X200 image 3

  • Pioneer Computers Australia DreamBook Power D90 SLI image 7

  • Toshiba Qosmio G40 image 7

  • Fujitsu Lifebook U1010 image 3

  • Pioneer Computers Australia DreamBook Power D90 SLI image 2

  • Toshiba Satellite X200 image 7

  • Dell XPS M1730 image 5

  • Fujitsu Lifebook U1010 image 7

  • Acer Aspire 4920G image 6

  • Toshiba Portege R500 image 8

  • Ultra powerful SLI gaming: Dell XPS M1730
    If you're a gamer and you need more mobility, this machine is clearly a great option. The lights are crazy and fun, if not too garish for some, and there's a tonne of power at your fingertips, including SLI graphics and an AGEIA PhysX card.
  • Asus U3S image 6

  • Toshiba Portege R500 image 2

  • Toshiba Portege R500 image 4

  • Asus U3S image 5

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