Wednesday, 18 July 2012

Top 5 laptops


Top 5 laptops

1.Apple MacBook Pro with Retina Display

The all new MacBook Pro with Retina Display redesigned to combines an wow feel screen with just enough of the MacBook Air design to feel like a new machine, and to take its place as the better of the current MacBook market.

2.Dell Inspiron 14z


Dell has produced an interstingly smart budget machine. It's true that the laptop relies on integrated graphics, which means its power isn't everything when it comes to gaming. That means, the 14z is a good over all as well built and comes with a decent specifications for the price it is been sold.

3.HP Pavilion g6

The HP g6-1a69us is a nice looking lapy, and has strong performance and battery life, it's a dark horse with the best budget laptops available. 

4.Alienware M14x

It's plenty fast enough to play all games but just not when looking their best, and for a gaming oriented machine that's crucial. Combined with its noisiness under load and premium price this prevents the M14x from receiving our coveted recommendation despite its many strengths.

5.Lenovo IdeaPad Y570  

The Lenovo IdeaPad Y570, in the configuration handed to us for review, appears on paper to a well-constructed device. It has all the frells and heft of a desktop replacement laptop with, in some cases, the parts selection of a power-efficient subnotebook.But, a few design/software/optioning missteps make the notebook a hard sell, relative to other offerings. 

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