Lenovo's latest laptop costs just £199 and has enough power for daily computing. It's hampered by a poor screen, but it's a viable budget option if rivals are too expensive.
This HP machine is one of the best-looking budget laptops around – but can this AMD-powered notebook cut the mustard in our tests?
A leaked spec sheet from the PC maker shows the Pavilion Chromebook packing a larger than average screen.
A highly portable, Intel-powered laptop - isn't that an Ultrabook? Well not in the case of the Pavilion m6.
In addition to the earlier-covered HP Envy Spectre XT Ultrabook, HP has also re-jigged its mainstream notebook range.
One of the hotly tipped features for the Christmas period is Blu-ray. The high-deﬁnition (HD) format is becoming increasingly popular, especially as prices start to fall. The HP Pavilion dv5-1011ea (£899 inc. VAT) offers Blu-ray in this compact 15.4-inch laptop at an aggressive price point.