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1273 products

  1. Alienware M14X review

    Alienware M14X review

    8  

    A powerful and surprisingly portable gaming mini-machine

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    Alienware M18X review

    Alienware M18X review

    8  

    The new Alienware gaming laptop gains an extra inch and more grunt

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    Zoostorm 3390-2012/A review

    Zoostorm 3390-2012/A review

    9  

    The Zoostorm 3390-2012/A offers some great technology for a competitive price

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    Sony VAIO VPCCA2Z0E review

    Sony VAIO VPCCA2Z0E review

    6  

    Another VAIO C-Series laptop breaks cover, this time with a Core i3 processor

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    Samsung RV720 review

    Samsung RV720 review

    8  

    Stunning performance for the budget price

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    MSI FX720 review

    MSI FX720 review

    5  

    A sharp 17.3-inch screen but is this MSI value for money?

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    Acer Aspire Ethos 8951G review

    Acer Aspire Ethos 8951G review

    7  

    An excellent home entertainment laptop, with a detachable remote for enhanced laziness

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    11-inch MacBook Air 2011 review

    11-inch MacBook Air 2011 review

    8  

    We test the 11-inch 2011 MacBook Air with an upgraded 1.8GHz processor and 256GB hard drive . It's awesome, but is it good enough for the £1,399 price tag?

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    Samsung RV511 review

    Samsung RV511 review

    7  

    A great all-rounder offering good performance and usability

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    HP G62 review

    HP G62 review

    7  

    Stunning performance for the budget price

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    MSI CR640 review

    MSI CR640 review

    6  

    This well-built Sandy Bridge laptop represents good value

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    MSI U270 review

    MSI U270 review

    6  

    A highly portable machine, but let down by poor performance

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