Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
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While the slim profile and amazingly light weight of the Portege Z835 are attractive, Toshiba clearly cut some corners to get the price down to $799.
Acer hopes to stimulate sales of its Aspire S3 Ultrabook with a low price of $899, but competition is tough.
The Zenbook UX31E would be almost perfect if not for its less-than-ideal touchpad.
The IdeaPad U300s isn't the fastest Ultrabook we've tested, and ports are minimal, but style and ergonomics make up for a lot.
The Asus G53SX is built for a very specific person: a gamer who doesn't care about basic multimedia functionality or portability.
Dell’s latest thin-and-light looks slightly chubby next to Ultrabooks, but solid performance and a great keyboard make it a winner.
The Asus N55SF desktop replacement laptop entertains with its subwoofer sound and video, and also makes short work of everyday computing tasks.
This 14-inch all-purpose laptop offers competent performance and features at a netbook-level price.
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The Digital Storm x17 offers excellent speed and graphics in an otherwise ordinary package.
Toshiba's laptop offers glasses-free 3D Blu-ray support, but it’s very heavy and has a mediocre keyboard--and the 3D effect isn’t very good.