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Great computing starts with Intel inside.
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.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 features a vibrant Super AMOLED screen, but this lightweight tablet has plenty more up its sleeve as well.
While this basic notebook costs a bit more than most, it hasn’t compromised on either RAM or HDD space.
If you like the Transformer Prime but can’t afford it, then the more wallet-friendly Transformer Pad might be a worthy alternative.
While the plastic exterior and relatively high weight aren’t that impressive, this is ultimately a strongly featured tablet for a good price.
This basic notebook is pretty well specced for the price, and the smaller than average screen leads to better than average portability.
The Toshiba Satellite L750 is a fairly potent mid-range basic notebook and it’s also affordably priced.
While this entry-level all-rounder definitely needs a discount, the well-rounded specs will reward bargain hunters.
The 4012AU isn’t exactly a powerhouse, but it’s still surprisingly capable and it’s also really affordable as well.
This basic notebook is a lot lighter than most others, but the specs aren’t as good as they could be for the price.
No more than $1000
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