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Great computing starts with Intel inside.
Although this Intel Core-i3 powered Ultrabook is at the low-end of the spectrum, the port variety and decent sized solid state drive still make it competitive.
Netbooks haven’t progressed that much in terms of raw power, but this one’s battery life and great keyboard are still impressive.
While the weight and thickness have slightly increased, the vastly better screen and powerful specs make the 3rd Generation Apple iPad the new tablet king.
Thin and light notebooks usually command a premium, but this partly aluminium ultraportable is priced very affordably.
While it has a small amount of storage, the unbelievably powerful graphics card of this gaming notebook still puts it at the top of the top tier.
The Toshiba Satellite L850 PSKDLA-0CC00R is a versatile mid-range laptop with gaming capacity
It’s priced like a gaming notebook, and while the graphics card is only mid-range the other specs are ridiculously high-end.
It used to be that decent graphics cards could only be found in all-rounders, but thin and lights like the Toshiba Satellite L840 show what’s now possible.
Toshiba’s new entertainment notebooks are mightily specced beasts however you look at them, and their new 3rd Gen Intel Core i7s give them plenty of muscle.
Billed as a serious competitor to the ASUS G74SX, this gaming notebook has a subtly different set of specs that make it a very compelling alternative.
No more than $1000
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For anyone after a mid-range ultrabook, Harvey Norman's discount sale of HP Envy 4 is simply awesome, well below Intel's ideal ultrabook pricing of $1,000 or above
Superb Ultrabook for an unmatched price! This is an Intel Core i5 Ultrabook with both the gaming capability and relatively cheap pricing
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