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In-depth reviews from TechRadar's team of experts. To find out how we review products and calculate our scores, check out our reviews guarantee.

1263 products

  1. Fujitsu LifeBook S760 review

    Fujitsu LifeBook S760 review

    7  

    A highly-portable powerhouse but we found overall build quality to be mixed

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    Samsung X420 review

    Samsung X420 review

    7  

    A great portable option, although the keyboard is not as good as expected

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    Advent Modena review

    Advent Modena review

    6  

    Great usability, storage and screen, but performance and battery life disappoint

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    Dell Inspiron 15R review

    Dell Inspiron 15R review

    8  

    Dell's entry-level consumer Inspiron range returns rejuvenated after a comprehensive overhaul

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    Sony VAIO VPC-EC2SOE/WI review

    Sony VAIO VPC-EC2SOE/WI review

    7  

    Great usability as always from Sony – if only this laptop were stronger graphically

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    Mesh Edge DX11-R review

    Mesh Edge DX11-R review

    8  

    A great machine and the only laptop here to provide an Intel Core i7 CPU

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    Asus K52F-SX065V review

    Asus K52F-SX065V review

    7  

    Impressive performance and portability at a very reasonable price

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    Acer Aspire 1825 review

    Acer Aspire 1825 review

    7  

    2010 is already proving to be the year of the tablet PC, with Apple's iPad leading the charge. As well as a host of upcoming competitors, such as the Fusion Garage JooJoo and the Dell Streak, we've seen a growing number of laptops which convert into tablets hitting the high street. The Acer Aspire 1825PTZ-413G25n is the latest such convertible, and while the bright and responsive touchscreen adds a fresh layer of usability, this hybrid is unlikely to tempt any iPad fans to convert.

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    Fujtsu Lifebook P770 review

    Fujtsu Lifebook P770 review

    8  

    Modern laptops display incredible variety in terms of raw power. From the humble netbook (such as the Asus Eee PC 1005PE) to the beefiest gaming rig (like the MSI GT640), the difference in performance is often astonishing

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    Hannspree SN12-E22B review

    Hannspree SN12-E22B review

    6  

    An affordably priced and suitably powerful CULV portable with a good battery

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    Packard Bell Dot VR46 review

    Packard Bell Dot VR46 review

    8  

    Not strictly a netbook, but a usable and powerful CULV machine nonetheless

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    Fujitsu Lifebook P770 review

    Fujitsu Lifebook P770 review

    8  

    Superb portability and performance with the latest low-voltage Intel processor

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    Dell Vostro 3500 review

    Dell Vostro 3500 review

    8  

    Powerful performance and a tough chassis – ideal for frequent business use

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    Lenovo ThinkPad W701 review

    Lenovo ThinkPad W701 review

    8  

    The most powerful laptop we've ever seen is also packed with great features

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    Asus N61J review

    Asus N61J review

    7  

    A very powerful laptop which perfectly suits frequent multimedia use

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    Samsung R580 (Core i5) review

    Samsung R580 (Core i5) review

    7  

    A very competitively priced laptop that boasts real power and great usability

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