A highly configurable and powerful ultraportable laptop
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A good Chrome OS device, but is it worth buying now or waiting for a Core i3-based Chromebook?
An ultraportable laptop that’s built for the perfect balance between design and power
This gaming laptop is phenomenally powerful but still light and slim enough to carry anywhere
This business ultraportable is packed with extra security features
An ultraportable with an oustanding screen
This sturdy red laptop is cheap and cheerful but still more capable than a traditional netbook
This sleek and stylish ultraportable is as powerful as it is attractive
This compact, low-cost laptop looks like a netbook, but it’s got a full Core i3 CPU to make it very quick
Acer’s flagship Ultrabook gets a business edition
An attractive and sturdy business laptop with plenty of ports
Dell’s MacBook Pro rival comes with an ultra-high resolution screen and super powerful hardware
Updated 02/05: end of life, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. This tablet-based eReader has a mostly vanilla installation of Android 4.0, 16GB of storage and a 7in IPS screen
Is the AMD version of Lenovo’s budget hybrid better than the Intel model?
A good-value Chromebook with class-leading battery life
A stunning Ultrabook with dedicated graphics
Scan’s first home and office laptop has great battery life and a very powerful processor
A great gaming laptop for those on a budget
A large 17.3in laptop with a fast Core i3 processor
This AMD powered laptop has great graphics performance, but does it have the processing power to match?
A good value touchscreen laptop with a great keyboard and battery life
Lenovo’s tiny 11in Yoga hybrid now comes with a brand new Baytrail Pentium processor
A cheap touchscreen laptop that gets the best out of its Ivy Bridge processor
This laptop has enough power to rival a top-end 13in Macbook Pro
A great value 15.6in laptop with dedicated graphics