Laptop

Dell Inspiron 17R (17RN-3530DBK)

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The $879.99 Dell Inspiron 17R (17RN-3530DBK) is not a laptop that will make it big from now on. But the job it does is still a good one nonetheless. And our review will show you that.

Right, then let’s see what specs the Dell Inspiron has. There’s a 17.3″ screen, 6GB of RAM, an SATA Hard Drive with a 5,400rpm speed and 500GB, 1600 x 900 pixels,…

Toshiba Portege Z930-10Q

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When we turned our attention to the laptop universe, there was one model in particular that caught our attention: Toshiba’s £1,300 Portege Z930-10Q. But mostly for how slim it was. Because its other offerings didn’t really sparked our imagination. And now we will tell you why in the review below.

The Portege Z930-10Q has quite an array of specs waiting to be discovered. In our tests we…

Acer Aspire V3-571G-9435

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The $849 Aspire V3-571G-9435 is Acer’s newest addition to its line of laptops. And we will talk about it in this review so you can get an idea about it.

Multitouch gestures technology

This device ships with specs that sound something like this: a 15.6″ screen, an Nvidia GeForce GT 640M GPU with 2GB of VRAMa 1.3MP webcam, a 2.3-GHz Intel Core i7-3610QM quad-core processor (packing) 6GB of…

Toshiba Satellite C850/02D

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Toshiba is and always will be one of the most influential names in the history of laptops. And of every other product in-between. When we received the news that this manufacturer released a new model, we seized the opportunity and tested their AU$899 Satellite C850/02D offering. We came with high expectations, but in the end we got less than what we would have liked to see….

Origin EON15-S

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We landed, once again, in the land of gaming laptops. With the thought of reviewing Origin’s $2800 EON15-S. This device is one of the few to have it all (well, almost).

A 15 inch laptop for gamers

The specs that the Origin EON15-S threw into our face once we started our test were as follows: a 15″ display, 8GB of 1600MHz DDR3 SDRAM, an Intel HD 4000 GPU,…

Origin EON17-S

Origin-EON17-S

The $3,499 Origin EON17-S is the next item on our list of already tested gadgets. This laptop may cost quite a lot, but you will get your money’s worth (though not all of it) if you buy it.

A 17-inch new laptop

The EON17-S fine tuned by Origin has a 17.3″ display with full high definition attributes, a 3W subwoofer, a 1TB hard drive, 2 120GB solid-state drives,…

Medion Akoya E6228 (MD99050)

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We took the decision to review another product made by Medion. This time it was the company’s $569 Akoya E6228 (MD99050).

A new low end laptop

The Medion Akoya E6228 (MD99050) works with the following specifications: a 15.6″ display with 1366 x 768 pixels, an Intel Core 2.4GHz i3-2370M processor, 4GB of DDR3 SDRAM, a 750GB hard drive and an Intel HD 3000 GPU.

Medion did not dare make…

Alienware M17x R4

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Look no further than the following gaming laptop if you are a gamer: Alienware’s $2,599 M17x R4 is one of the best devices in its category. After we tested it, it gained a special place in our gamer heart. If you consider it, you will have one of the best experiences ever. Guaranteed.

A powerful 17 inch laptop

It is easy to see that this laptop comes with…

Vizio C14-A2

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At $1,199, the latest C14-A2 manufactured by Vizio is a laptop with very good recommendations. Which it manages to fulfill if not 100%, then close to that value. Its pros and cons are going to be unveiled in today’s review.

A 14 inch new ultrabook

The specs that Vizio put inside their C14-A2 all look good. And they are the following: a screen of 14″, a dual-core 1.9GHz…

Sony VAIO SVT13114GXS

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Sony have been around in the gadget world for as long as we can remember. They strike back, this time with a laptop. Namely a model which they called $849 VAIO SVT13114GXS. We tested a lot of the company’s products in the past, but this one is among their worst. It fails to rise up to the many expectations its manufacturer boasted to have. For a…

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