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  1. Chrome Sentinel Laptop Backpack review

    Chrome Sentinel Laptop Backpack review

    7  

    If you like complicated bags with a bunch of compartments and pockets, that also comes in a variety of stupid colors, feel free to move along. The Chrome Sentinel is not for you.

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    Gigabyte U2442F review

    Gigabyte U2442F review

    8  

    It's probably not the finest time to release a gaming Ultrabook, but Gigabyte has done it anyway. Will it succeed?

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    Dell XPS 10 review

    Dell XPS 10 review

    6  

    Dell has turned its attention to Windows RT for this tablet-laptop hybrid with detachable keyboard dock, so can it convince us?

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    Lenovo IdeaPad S405 review

    Lenovo IdeaPad S405 review

    7  

    The Lenovo IdeaPad S405 looks like an Ultrabook, but it lacks the right Intel processor for speedy computing.

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    Samsung Ativ Smart PC Pro review

    Samsung Ativ Smart PC Pro review

    8  

    The more serious of Samsung's tablet-laptop hybrids runs Windows 8 and can even cope with image editing and gaming. Too much?

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    MSI CX61 0NF review

    MSI CX61 0NF review

    6  

    The MSI CX61 0NF brings a massive amount of power to those seeking a more reasonably priced machine, but it looks as if MSI has cut a number of aesthetic corners as well.

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    Lenovo IdeaPad Y500 review

    Lenovo IdeaPad Y500 review

    9  

    We can only hope that other manufacturers learn from Lenovo - ending the string of over-priced gaming laptops.

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    Chromebook Pixel review

    Chromebook Pixel review

    6  

    Who wants to pay over a grand to run a web browser? Nobody, but Google doesn't care.

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    Asus Zenbook U500 review

    Asus Zenbook U500 review

    6  

    Asus introduces a whopping 15.6-inch version of its Zenbook ultraportable that's amazingly powerful - and rather expensive.

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    Samsung NP535U3C-A02UK review

    Samsung NP535U3C-A02UK review

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    The new Samsung NP535U3C-A02UK comes packing a new AMD A6 APU. Can the new combined graphics and processor on one die offer a serious alternative to the Ultrabook?

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    HP Envy Sleekbook 6-1126sa review

    HP Envy Sleekbook 6-1126sa review

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    Getting the balance almost right, AMD shows it's still a contender in the laptop market - at least on price.

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    Toshiba Satellite S70A review

    Toshiba Satellite S70A review

    8  

    Can Toshiba's S70A-11H really replace a desktop tower PC and be powerful and comfortable to use at the same time?

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    MSI GX60 review

    MSI GX60 review

    7  

    Is there such thing as too much CPU power? MSI seems to think so with its latest gaming notebook.

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    Asus S56CA review

    Asus S56CA review

    6  

    With the arrival of Ultrabooks, laptops took a leap forward in portability by paring back on features. The Asus gives them back.

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    Toshiba Satellite U920T review

    Toshiba Satellite U920T review

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    The Toshiba Satellite U920t is a Windows 8 hybrid device that crosses the laptop-tablet divide. But how does it fare?

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    Dell Inspiron 15z review

    Dell Inspiron 15z review

    6  

    Dell's latest family-friendly Ultrabook with boasting Windows 8. But does its lack of a touchscreen damage its chances of success?

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    PC Specialist Vortex III 680 review

    PC Specialist Vortex III 680 review

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    This laptop is a desktop replacement. In fact, the inclusion of a battery is just in case the power in your house goes; it's not going to do anything useful in a machine of this size.

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    Asus Taichi review

    Asus Taichi review

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    Anything one screen can do, two screens can do better. Such is the thinking behind Asus's latest premium notebook-tablet hybrid, the Asus Taichi.

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