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HP Envy 4 Review

09/18/2012, Budget laptops, in general, used to be clunky hunks of plastic, more three-dimensional than thin, a collection of loosely grouped computer parts. Because of the recent Ultrabook (Intel’s thin-and-fast laptop) craze, even mid-to-low range computers...

Samsung Series 5 Ultra laptop, hands-on

08/29/2012, Samsung’s Series 5 Ultra is the first generation of Samsung laptop to get an integrated 13.3″ touch screen optimized for Windows 8. The design language and overall build quality of this Series 5 Ultra reminds us of the 15″ Series 9. The...

Lenovo X1 Carbon Review

08/08/2012, Last year, Lenovo came out with the Lenovo Thinkpad X1, a laptop that was unprecedented in the company’s history. Lenovo is coming back with a follow-up in the the Lenovo X1 Carbon. The new laptop builds upon the strengths of the original X1, but...

New Dell XPS 14 and XPS 15 Introduced

06/26/2012, Dell surprised us at CES with the launch of its super-elegant and affordable Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook, which we selected in our Best of CES list. Read our XPS 13 review here. So today, we are very happy to see the rest of the family coming to the market,...

Retina Macbook Pro Review (15″, Model 2010)

06/17/2012, This detailed Retina Macbook Pro Review (15") goes over the strengths and weaknesses of Apple's latest high-end laptop and covers usage for both Max OS X and Windows.

Samsung Series 5 550 Chromebook Review

05/31/2012, It has been about one year since Google released new Chromebooks, which are laptops running on Google’s Chrome OS, a Linux-based Operating system that revolves around one thing: the Chrome web browser. If you are unfamiliar with the concept, the...

Dell Latitude E6430 ATG

05/31/2012, Today, Dell is refreshing its business computers lineup, namely the OptiPlex Series and the Latitude Series. The Dell Latitude E6430 ATG is a 14-inch rugged notebook powered by a third generation Intel processor (although Dell did not mention it, it is...

Dell XPS 13 Review

05/10/2012, With the introduction of the Dell XPS 13, Dell manages to come up with an impressive, extremely compact 13” laptop that is just slightly bigger than the Macbook Air 11. Sold at around the same price than the latter, it clearly outperforms its Apple...

Sony Vaio S Review

02/24/2012, Sony has refreshed its Vaio S line of laptops, and the overall goal was to build a powerful computer that was also as portable as possible. It it most definitely a very hard goal, and it is fair to say that Sony took a very good shot at it. We have tried...

Acer Aspire S3 Review

01/19/2012, The Acer Aspire S3 looks very nice in the product photos, and it is often associated with Ultrabooks because this type of design, which is inspired from the Macbook Air, has been used by many PC manufacturers in their recent designs. I like the new look...

Lenovo IdeaPad Y480 and Y580 all-purpose laptops

01/08/2012, [CES 2012] Lenovo graces CES 2012 with a couple of notebooks from the IdeaPad range, where it intends to deliver high-performance processing power and graphical technology coupled with advanced multimedia features in order for it to boot up in a jiffy....

HP Folio 13 ultrabook now on sale

12/08/2011, With all the talk of ultrabooks making their way around the internet, you can’t be blamed if you decided that you might want one for yourself. If that’s the case, HP has entered into the ultrabook market with their first offering, the Folio 13 and the...

Toshiba Portege Z830 ultrabook now available

11/28/2011, Toshiba announced its new ultrabook, the Portege Z830 back in September, and now – just in time for the holiday season, it is available for purchase. The ultrabooks feature Intel’s second-gen Core processors, weigh less than 2.5 pounds, feature a...

Android Honeycomb 3.2 running on an ASUS Eee PC

11/21/2011, Interested in running Android on your computer? Well, short of buying FXI’s Cotton Candy, it seems that an open source project called Android-x86 is currently working on a means to get Android up and running on your laptop or PC. It seems that so far so...