Lenovo are making a big fuss over their new Thinkpad X1 Carbon’s size and weight billing it as the thinnest ultrabook yet. And it’s for good reason too!
There’s little to dislike on this laptop. The red body looks great, its Intel Core i7-2670QM processor is capable and it’s very well-priced. What more do you want!?
The Acer Aspire 5750 might not win any awards for design or craftsmanship, but with the power and performance on offer, it’s hard to ignore for anyone looking for a decent laptop on a budget.
Despite the rise of tablet devices, the netbook market still charges on with the Acer Aspire One D255. A great netbook, but the inclusion of Android seems a little unnecessary.
In the past couple of months we’ve seen the first laptops emerge featuring Intel’s latest Sandy Bridge processing technology. Packard Bell’s EasyNote TS13-HR-035 is the latest and it offers an impressive level of performance for such an affordable machine.