Attractive chassis; Very affordable; Comfortable keyboard; Solid performance and graphics
Very short battery life; Narrow viewing angles
The Lenovo IdeaPad S400 offers Windows 8 bargain hunters a sleek, portable design with solid performance, but short battery life.
he Lenovo IdeaPad S400 gives consumers the sleek portability of a thin-and-light notebook . . . → Read More: Review Lenovo IdeaPad S400 Notebook
Lenovo is expanding its IdeaPad line to include some new S Series ultraportables. Today the company announced the 13.3-inch S300, the 14-inch S400 and the (also 14-inch) S405. These models sport a metallic finish, with color options including crimson red, silver grey and cotton-candy pink. All three models measure 0.86 inches (21.9mm) and weigh 3.97 . . . → Read More: Review Lenovo IdeaPad S300 Notebook
The Good The HP Folio 13 has everything that matters most in an ultrabook: very good battery life, an excellent backlit keyboard, all the requisite ports for mobile use, and a very comfortable feel, along with a competitive entry-level price.
The Bad The Folio 13 is no looker compared with other ultrabooks, . . . → Read More: HP Folio 13
Introducing the HP EliteBook 2170p
We recently reviewed Acer’s Aspire V5-171, a notebook that proves that there’s a life (and a market) after netbooks but before ultrabooks. The essential gap that’s materialized has been between the fast decaying netbook market (its death spurred on by Intel’s Atom coupled with the high price of Brazos), and . . . → Read More: HP EliteBook 2170p Review
The management behind HP may have hit the headlines a few times in the last few years, but the fact that it is releasing budget laptops once again, under recognisable names, does go some way to showing that it means business once again. Business in an area that it understands and that end users can . . . → Read More: HP Pavilion 15 review
HP has constructed a ProBook Light according to this slogan: solid aluminum surfaces, few connections, functional input devices, middle class performance, full security features and an average display panel.
The case seems familiar to us because compared to the predecessor ProBook 4330s, the construction remains completely unchanged. Well, not completely. Due to the omission of the Express Card 34 . . . → Read More: Review HP ProBook 4340s Notebook
HP introduced the Pavilion m6-1000 15” screen laptop as a thinner and lighter version of the popular dv6. With a weight of 5.1lbs and thinness of around 1” it sits between the Pavilion dv6t and Envy 6t in regards to size. The Pavilion m6-1000 is available in either an Intel or AMD configuration. The Intel . . . → Read More: HP Pavilion m6-1000 Review
If you are looking for a gadget that comes with a gorgeous design and a rich feature set at an affordable price, then the Pavilion series DV4-5009TX laptop is the perfect choice for you. This DV4 series laptop is precisely designed to meet all your computing demands with utmost efficiency. Packed with an Intel Core . . . → Read More: HP Pavilion DV4-5009TX Review
The way we feel about the EliteBook Folio 9470 reminds us of how we felt about the HP Folio 13, which we reviewed nearly a year ago. Both are buttoned-up sorts of systems: serious-looking, and with enough security features to satisfy the IT guys. And yet, conservative as they seem, they ended up being among . . . → Read More: HP Elitebook Folio 9470m Ultrabook Review
The Fujitsu Lifebook N532 is supposed to replace desktop computers. With a 17.3-inch display, numerous ports as well as mainstream processor and graphics it meets the requirements. This review shows if the notebook convinces us in every detail.
The Lifebook N532 explicitly wants to be an all-rounder so we compare it with different competitors in . . . → Read More: Review Fujitsu Lifebook N532 Notebook