laptop review

ASUS FX502VM Gaming Laptop Review

It may not have the absolute top gaming chops and benchmark scores, but the ASUS FX502VM is a competitive midrange gaming laptop that outclasses its

Gigabyte P34G v5 Gaming Laptop Review

What is the Gigabyte P34G v5? With the new 10 series Nvidia Pascal chips now widely available, any gaming laptop still for sale that features

DAYSKY L7 Laptop Review – Sky-high

Pros Beautifully designed and made from quality materials Good hardware (Intel Inside) Excellent storage capacity Solid display Cons Disappointing battery life Lack of OS can

Alienware Area 51 M9750 review – Media powerhouse

An Alienware computer is a mythical beast. Ever since Alienware started making computers in 1996, gamers and power hungry PC addicts have drooled over their

Gateway P-6831FX Gaming Laptop Review

Packing a laptop with a full-sized keyboard, screen bigger than many use with their desktop and the sort of specs that gobble through even the

Lenovo ThinkPad X300 Review – MacBook Air killer?

enovo probably wouldn’t admit it, but you get the impression they’re quite pleased with how they managed to crash the ultraportable party. Apple’s achingly-thin MacBook

Toshiba Satellite M305-S4826 Notebook Review

Toshiba’s Satellite range went through a shake-up back in April, arguably in an attempt to bring some of the multimedia Qosmiogloss to its more bread

Gateway M-152XL 15.4-inch notebook: Unboxing & Review

In a week when full-sized notebooks have wrenched back the focus from their budget ultraportable brethren, we’ve had Gateway’s M-152XL on the SlashGear test bench.

ASUS Eee PC 901 Linux Edition Review

If the ASUS Eee 900 basically amounted to a larger-screened version of the 7-inch original, then the Eee 901 marks its graduation into a distinct

Acer Aspire One netbook

While there’s no shortage of variety in the netbook market, one of the most commonly recommended – and certainly most commonly searched for here on

Toshiba Satellite A305-S6864 Review

The Toshiba Satellite A305 S6864 is an appealing laptop with modern look. First thing to notice are the high-gloss surfaces from screen cover to the

Apple MacBook Review – Late 2008 Model

Of all the things Apple should be blessing Steve Jobs’ Reality Distortion Field for, it’s the perennial success of the MacBook despite not having undergone

Macbook Pro Review – Late 2008 Model

As Apple’s flagship laptop, the MacBook Pro arguably has an easier time than the MacBook. With a reputation of superlative performance and style, the Pro

Asus Eee PC 1000HA Review

The choice of ASUS Eee PC models keeps getting larger, and the company shows little sign of stopping until there’s a netbook variant for every

Sony VAIO TT Review

In a world of $250 netbooks and credit crunch, is there a place for a high-end ultraportable that, in its peak configuration, costs $4,345?  That’s

HP Mini 1000 Review

With the recent boom in the popularity of Netbooks, providing customers with the most cost effective way to get on the Internet without adding all

MacBook Air Review: it’s a different beast inside out

When the MacBook Air first launched, nobody could deny it was physically impressive.  Well under an inch thick, it was a visual delight to anybody

Sony VAIO P Review

One of the major announcements for CES 2009, the Sony VAIO P has been hailed by some as the ultimate netbook, and by others as

Apple MacBook Pro 17-inch Review

The 17-inch MacBook Pro was the last of the Apple notebook range to get a unibody update, but for those looking for superlative media editing

Fujitsu Amilo Mini Ui 3520 Review

When Fujitsu-Siemens announced they’d be making a netbook, many ears pricked up. The company has a long history of ultraportable devices, and still makes one

Lenovo ThinkPad T400s laptop review

Straddling the divide between ultraportable and mainstream notebook, Lenovo’s ThinkPad T400s squeezes a business-friendly 14.1-inch LED-backlit display, Intel Core 2 Duo processor and integrated WWAN

Acer Aspire Timeline 3810T Review

Acer’s Timeline range of notebooks spans the gamut from 13.3-inch ULV ultraportable to 15.6-inch mainstream laptop, promising prolonged battery life with an affordable price tag.

MacBook Pros (13-inch and 15-inch, Mid 2009) Review

We’re over the surprise of seeing new MacBook Pro models arrive at Apple’s WWDC keynote, and on paper the new 13- and 15-inch notebooks certainly

Lenovo IdeaPad S10-2 Review

As evolutionary updates go you don’t get more basic than a cosmetic refresh, so imagine our surprise to find Lenovo guilty of just such a

Toshiba Portégé R600 Review

Toshiba may not have the fashionable appeal of Apple, nor the solid reputation of Lenovo, but they do know how to push the envelope. Their

Gigabyte Booktop M1022 netbook review

If there’s one segment in consumer electronics where it’s hard to stand out, it’s netbooks.  The race to the bottom line, together with strict rules

Acer Aspire One AO751h Review – 11.6″ HD Netbook

It’s probably fair to say that we haven’t been particularly impressed with what we’ve heard about Acer’s Aspire One 751. The phrase “pretty but dumb”

Gateway NV5214u Notebook Review

While expensive ultraportables may get the bulk of online attention, the real battle is going on at the budget end of the market, where netbooks,

MacBook Unibody review (late 2009)

With the launch of the unibody MacBook, Apple have not only completed the transition to their newest laptop aesthetic but also narrowed the gap between

Gateway EC54 Review – 15.6″ CULV Notebook (EC5409u)

It used to be that only the smallest, most frugal of netbooks – paired with huge, 9-cell batteries – could offer the reassurance of a