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    Acer TravelMate B113-M-6825 Notebook Review

    The Acer TravelMate B113-M-6825 Notebook is a bit of a tween experience.  While it isn’t exactly designed...

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    Apple Macbook Pro 17 Inch Model MC226LL/A Notebook Computer Review

    The Apple MacBook Pro 17″ is a beautiful machine full of power, grace and performance.  The case itself is made entirely from a beautiful sturdy brushed aluminum alloy that is lightweight and absolutely stunning. 17-inch Configuration:  2.8GHz MacBook Pro (MC226LL/A) Enclosure Precision aluminum unibody Processor 2.8GHz Intel Core 2 Duo L2 cache...

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    Toshiba Qosmio X305 Gaming Notebook Review

    If you’re bringing a desktop to a LAN party, you’ve missed the boat.   The Qosmio is Toshiba’s version of the perfect gaming machine. From the hardcore, rugged design complete with flames, red backlights, and bold case to what’s actually being housed inside. You’ll find that the X305 will not let you...

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    Sony VAIO Y Series Notebook Review

    Over the years, Sony has established a reputation for creating laptops with style, but they haven’t exactly been known for great value. The $799 VAIO Y Series, Sony’s first 13-inch ULV notebook, delivers a sleek and sturdy magnesium design for an aggressive price. It also offers a convenient dedicated button to help...

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    Dell Inspiron Mini 10 Netbook Review

    Dell’s netbooks have always been in the middle of the pack. They’ve typically offered sleek designs and...

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    Acer Aspire One 532h Notebook Review

    Like other netbook makers, Acer is refreshing its line with the new Intel Atom N450 processor (Pine...

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    Toshiba Satellite T135 Notebook Review

    Thin, lightweight, and quite attractive, the Toshiba Satellite T135D-S1324 ($599) is a notebook that provides plenty of computing power without draining your bank account. This stylish 3.8-pound machine boasts an AMD processor and ATI graphics, and it lasts over five hours on a charge. Plus, this version of the T135 is $100...

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    HP EliteBook 8440w Notebook Review

    Workstations traditionally conjure up images of large, hulking boxes with lots of power—gaming rigs without the flair, almost. HP’s new EliteBook 8440w changes that perception with a workstation that won’t induce a hernia by carrying it. While not the most powerful of notebooks, the Core i7 processor and discrete graphics in this...

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    Alienware M15x Gaming Notebook Review

    Keeping the same revised look and feel as the recent 17-inch M17x version, the Alienware M15x is an imposing black slab of computing power that’s thicker and heavier than most 17-inch laptops. We love having high-end options such as Intel’s uberpowerful Core i7-920XM CPU, and it’s a plus that Alienware has finally...

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    Lenovo ThinkPad SL510 Notebook Review

    Without proceeding any further, I am about to make a guess: you have already decided whether or not you’re buying a ThinkPad. The iconic brand, the unending combination of professional respect, solid features, and unabashed blandness, combine to make a product that has surprising appeal across the board, yet remains, literally, a...

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    Asus Eee PC 1005PEB Notebook Review

    It’s nearly impossible to walk through an airport or coffee shop without seeing an Eee PC. That’s in part because there is a confusing array of overlapping Netbooks that all carry the Asus Eee PC name, despite having different components, prices, and even screen sizes. For $329, the retail-only 1005PEB-RRED01S hits all...

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    Asus UL50VT-RBBBK05 Notebook Review

    The Asus UL50VT is, in many ways, a full-fledged laptop with a large 15.6-inch screen, a DVD/CD burner, and a dedicated gaming graphics chip from Nvidia. At the same time, this Asus has an ultralow-voltage Core 2 Duo processor running the show, a CPU normally dedicated to smaller laptops with long battery...