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  1. Averatec 4360 review

    Averatec 4360 review

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    Averatec has impressed us on several occasions with the stylish design of its laptops, but performance has often played second fiddle to style in a bid to keep costs down. The 4360 (£949 inc. VAT) is Averatec's first dual-core machine

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    Averatec 4155 review

    Averatec 4155 review

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    Despite particularly poor performance, the Averatec 4155 compensates with style and mobility. Although out of the question for high-powered needs, users with a foot on the road may find a decent travel companion with the Averatec.

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    Averatec 6240 review

    Averatec 6240 review

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    The Averatec 6240 is certainly an interesting concept. The addition of a DVD player does more than add novelty value to the system, as it is usable. The core specification of this system, except for the graphics, impressed us...

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    Averatec 3300 review

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    Here's a name to look out for: Averatec. It's actually an arm of Trigem, the company that's responsible for the manufacture of many of the world's branded desktop PCs. You've probably never heard of them, but you've definitely seen the products before

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