Low price. Good design. 12-cell Lithium Ion Battery.
Quad-core processor. Big
Fast hard drive. Two-year warranty.
Attractive new design. Long-running battery. Touchpad features matte finish and supports multi-touch gestures. Superb wireless connectivity with 802.11n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
Good productivity performance. Latest processor technology.Durable finish. Two-year warranty.
Decent graphics performance
Relatively good battery life
AMD Llano APUs offer discrete-class graphics and gaming performance
Big 640GB hard drive
0 ports offer speedy connections
Nice keyboard that includes a numeric keypad. HDMI and eSATA ports. Price includes all-in-one printer with Wi-Fi.
Jumbo battery means long life. Comfortable keyboard with numeric keypad. HDMI and eSATA ports. Remote control.
Updated design. Well priced. Blu-ray drive.
Fast Core i5 processor. Fast hard drive. Above average battery scores. Sleek
Metallic design. Lightweight. Blu-ray drive included. 2 year Costco warranty.
Surprisingly good audio playback quality
Integrated media features work well
Good performance. Stylish metal chassis. Blu-ray drive included. Two-year warranty.
Blu-ray player. Good price. Unique pattern design. Decent processor.
Inexpensive desktop replacement. Great battery life. Gorgeous display. Stylish design.
Big 500 GB hard drive. Decent battery life. Reasonable price.
Nice design. Little bloatware. Solid performer.
Large hard drive
Good graphics performance
Uses newest Intel CPU technology
Has switchable graphics
Includes two-year warranty
Brushed aluminum case
Beats Audio delivers big sound
Surprisingly capable graphics power
Long battery life
Good CPU and GPU performance
Great fullsize keyboard
Larger High Performance Hard Drive
Solid 3D Graphics Processor
Full Size Keyboard With Numeric Keypad
Fast performance with fine screen and keyboard. Numeric keypad included
Albeit downsized. Blu-ray movie viewing with HDMI output and handy remote control.
Solid performer. Affordable. Discrete graphics. Lots of storage. Two year warranty.
Quad Core Processor Helps With Multitasking
Large Hard Drive
Solid 3D Graphics Performance
Appealing design. Lots of ports
Connectivity features. Good battery life.
Good looks and sturdy construction. Beats Audio. Bluray drive and WiDi 2.0. Long lasting battery. Intel Core i72630QM CPU and AMD Radeon HD 6770M video card provide outstanding performance. 750GB hard drive offers ample storage space
Very good video playback quality
Excellent keyboard with a great feel
Good looks and sturdy construction
Blu-ray drive and WiDi 2
Long lasting battery
Intel Core i7-2630QM CPU and AMD Radeon HD 6770M video card provide outstanding performance
750GB hard drive offers ample storage space
Sizzling application performance
Can handle most modern game titles
Feels well built
Strong quad-core performance
Sleek and strong aluminum chassis
Beats Audio delivers outstanding sound
Sturdy and stylish aluminum chassis
Second-generation Intel Core i3 processor. Gaming capable. Fresh design and aluminum construction. Long battery-life. Beats Audio sounds great.
Wide-screen display is great for movies and productivity
Integrated speakers offer above-average sound.
Very good value for money ratio
Docking station available
Mini remote control
Useable graphic performance
Hard aluminum finish
Fast hard disk
Good application performance
Long battery runtimes
Low power consumption
Very cool case
Extensive port configuration
Low heating of the case
Metallic Aluminum finish
High program performance
Ready for gaming
Bottom flap is screw less
The editors didn't like
Glossy touchpad attracts lots of fingerprints easily
Keyboard is cramped
Processor speed. Poor gaming performance.
Integrated graphics. No ExpressCard slot. So-so battery life.
So-so application performance. Integrated graphics mean 3D games are out. New touchpad with integrated mouse buttons will take some getting used to.
Pricey. Integrated graphics. No WiDi or WiMAX. No Blu-ray drive. Mediocre battery life.
Sluggish productivity and multimedia performance
Short on features
Loaded with bloatware
Processor can't match competing Intel chips in raw power
Battery life is a bit short
Low-resolution screen and poky integrated graphics. Included printer is low-end.
Jumbo battery makes system a little ponderous. Mediocre screen resolution. Sluggish integrated graphics.
Problems with 3D gaming. Tinny speakers. No media remote. Sensitive touchpad.
Erratic click touchpad. Integrated graphics only.
LCD's vertical viewing angle is extremely limited
Screen contrast is poor
Integrated graphics. Bloatware. Slow hard drive.
Mouse pad is jumpy. Resolution doesn't support 1080p HD.
Mediocre application performance. Bloatware.
Budget AMD Athlon II processor
Integrated GPU means less than great performance.
No Blu-ray. Finicky mousepad. Resistant clickpad.
Limited wireless options
Sluggish productivity performance
No broadband wireless
Lacks Bluetooth and WiMAX wireless
So-so battery life
So-so application performance
Clacky mouse buttons
Smaller hard drive than competing budget laptops
Limited display resolution
Lacks USB 3.0
Older Core 2 Duo Processor
Could Use A Few More Features To Be More Entertainment Focused
Poor battery life undercuts the more-mobile-than-a-17-incher argument. No Bluetooth. More than its share of crapware.
Relatively low-res screen. Bloatware.
Below Average Battery Life
Poor Trackpad Design With Integrated Buttons
Slow Boot Times
Uses last-generation processor.
Average display. Thicker and heavier than premium competitors. No backlit keyboard.
DVD drive's eject button is tiny
Speakers distort at high volume
Thicker and heavier than premium competitors
No backlit keyboard
No backlight on keyboard. Bloatware.
Cramped keyboard and glossy touch pad aren't the best input devices
Lower price, AMD Llano APUs offer discrete-class graphics and gaming performance, Beats Audio, Big 640GB hard drive, USB 3,0 ports offer speedy connections,
Processor can't match competing Intel chips in raw power, Battery life is a bit short,
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