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  1. Asus W2Pc review

    Asus W2Pc review

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    The Asus W2Pc (£1754 inc. VAT) is an excellent machine, offering a widerange of media capabilities within a surprisingly portable chassis. Brushed aluminium covers the chassis and back of the display

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    Asus F3Jv review

    Asus F3Jv review

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    The Asus F3Jv is a multimedia laptop that combines performance, features and strong build quality within a semi-portable 3kg chassis. And at £949, it also represents excellent value for money

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    Asus G1 review

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    The Asus G1 is the first gaming machine from the company. In quite a few respects this machine stands out from the crowd. For one, weighing in at 3.3kg, it's almost 1kg lighter than it's nearest rival and at £1399 it's cheap too

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    Asus A8J review

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    The Asus A Series is aimed at mobile users looking for an all-in-one solution that doesn't compromise on power. To this end, you'll find the Asus A8J (£1199 inc. VAT) comes with the latest dual-core technology.

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    Asus A6RP review

    Asus A6RP review

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    The Asus A6RP makes a compelling case for itself, thanks to impressive performance, good build quality and a comprehensive features list. Not compromised by the budget price, only the battery life lets it down

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    Asus A6Tc review

    Asus A6Tc review

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    The Asus A6Tc (£790 inc. VAT) is a machine we've reviewed a number of times and it has never failed to impress us. That's not to say Asus hasn't made changes to the system, and there's plenty of power to be had

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    Asus W2P review

    Asus W2P review

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    While not yet a high-street name on the level of Sony or Toshiba, Asus is quickly growing in recognition. This latest model, the the Asus W2P is a great example

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    Asus F3Jp review

    Asus F3Jp review

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    Billed as the 'Asus Revolutionary Notebook Series', the Asus F3Jp (£1199 inc. VAT) has a lot to live up to, but we were quietly surprised at how well it coped with the task.

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    Asus R1F review

    Asus R1F review

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    One of the fastest-growing and consistently reliable laptop manufacturers, the Asus range covers all segments of the market. Its first attempt at a Tablet PC, the Asus R1F (£1399 Inc VAT) provides one of the most powerful solutions yet seen.

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    Asus Lamborghini VX-1 review

    Asus Lamborghini VX-1 review

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    The latest supercar-endorsed laptop from Asus will no doubt pique Jeremy Clarkson's interest, but is it worth taking for a spin?

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    Asus V1J review

    Asus V1J review

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    In an age where it's now possible to buy a dual-core laptop for lessthan £750, it seems hard to justify spending almost double that on a system like the Asus V1J (£1399 inc. VAT)

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    Asus A7Tc review

    Asus A7Tc review

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    Where one manufacturer leads, sooner or later the rest of the market will be forced to follow. So it was only a matter of time before AMD came out and announced that, just like Intel, it had a mobile dual core offering.

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    Asus S6F review

    Asus S6F review

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    Here's a laptop designed not simply to show off the power tucked under the bonnet, but to make the casing a desirable selling point in its own right - and that's not even mentioning the low wattage Core Duo that's tucked inside.

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    Asus Lamborghini VX-1 review

    Asus Lamborghini VX-1 review

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    The idea of tying car brands in with equally impressive laptops isn't exactly new, as Acer has been sporting Ferrari laptops for years.

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    Asus A6U review

    Asus A6U review

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    Asus make a wide range of laptops, from high-end multimedia machines to leather-clad ultraportables. With integrated graphics, a widescreen panel, and the inclusion of a webcam, the A6U (£541 inc. VAT) is aimed at the budget conscious user

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    Asus A7J review

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    Recently, Asus laptops have won as much acclaim for their high-quality designs as they have for their power and performance. Hoping to continue this trend with the move towards the use of dual-core chipsets is the Asus A7J

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    Asus W2JC review

    Asus W2JC review

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    The Asus W2Jc (£1999 inc. VAT) is the flagship model of the Asus range and, befitting its status, comes with the latest technology available. You'll find Intel's Core Duo processor at the heart of the machine

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    Asus W5 review

    Asus W5 review

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    Having recently won acclaim with its original ultra mobile model, Asus now releases the second incarnation of its Asus W5 ultraportable laptop. Cheaper and carrying a higher specification than before, the W5 is available in white or black.

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