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Great computing starts with Intel inside.
Netbooks haven’t progressed that much in terms of raw power, but this one’s battery life and great keyboard are still impressive.
The 4830TG is a rare example of a thin and light notebook with a strong mid-range graphics card, and the price tag is very reasonable.
This notebook is light given the strong dedicated graphics card, and the value for money is very good.
While the plastic exterior and relatively high weight aren’t that impressive, this is ultimately a strongly featured tablet for a good price.
This slender and light allrounder is built better than most, and it costs less as well.
Budget minded shoppers would do well to consider this basic notebook, because it’s very cheap for the specs it contains.
Featuring a new 3rd Generation Intel Core i7 and a powerful new NVIDIA graphics card, the plain looking V3’s got a huge amount of computing power.
It does run fairly hot, but for those needing serious graphical power in a slender frame this ultrabook is a fine option…
It’s not as fully featured as some other Android tablets, and while the price is low it’s not the most competitive tablet out there.
The new Acer Aspire V3 all-rounders are distinctly mainstream in construction, but the fair price and mighty specs still make them noteworthy.
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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