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3.7

Review: Asus U36JC (U36JC-SSH-RX116X)

Although well known for its many netbooks, Asus has yet to make a big splash in the ultrabook space. Its upcoming UX21 and UX31 ultrabooks look interesting, but right now the closest it comes is the U36JC, a notebook model that is a tad thicker and heavier than products like the Acer Aspire S3 and Sony Vaio Z series, but makes no compromises on performance.... (Read More)
4.0

Review: Sony Vaio Z (VPCZ217GGX)

When it comes to thin and light notebook designs, Sony was a pioneer. Some of the early Vaio designs were revolutionary. But then it seemed to all fall apart – its more recent notebook designs have generally been relatively ordinary. That is, until the Vaio Z series.... (Read More)
3.6

Review: Samsung Series 9 (NP900X3A-A01AU)

Samsung is better known for its phones and televisions than its computers, but that may well be set to change with the release of the Series 9 laptops. The Series 9s are beautiful; with their unique tapered base, fold out ports, backlit keyboard and large multi-touch glide pad with integrated buttons, they are true rivals for the MacBook Air.... (Read More)
3.9

Review: Apple MacBook Air (2011) [group test]

Apple’s MacBook Air is the product by which all other ultrabooks are judged. Originally released in 2008, it has taken Apple’s competitors more than three years to release something comparable. In the meantime, Apple has been through several iterations of the product, the latest released last June.... (Read More)
3.7

Review: Asus U36JC (U36JC-SSH-RX116X)

Although well known for its many netbooks, Asus has yet to make a big splash in the ultrabook space. Its upcoming UX21 and UX31 ultrabooks look interesting, but right now the closest it comes is the U36JC, a notebook model that is a tad thicker and heavier than products like the Acer Aspire S3 and Sony Vaio Z series, but makes no compromises on performance.... (Read More)
4.0

Review: Sony Vaio Z (VPCZ217GGX)

When it comes to thin and light notebook designs, Sony was a pioneer. Some of the early Vaio designs were revolutionary. But then it seemed to all fall apart – its more recent notebook designs have generally been relatively ordinary. That is, until the Vaio Z series.... (Read More)
3.6

Review: Samsung Series 9 (NP900X3A-A01AU)

Samsung is better known for its phones and televisions than its computers, but that may well be set to change with the release of the Series 9 laptops. The Series 9s are beautiful; with their unique tapered base, fold out ports, backlit keyboard and large multi-touch glide pad with integrated buttons, they are true rivals for the MacBook Air.... (Read More)
3.9

Review: Apple MacBook Air (2011) [group test]

Apple’s MacBook Air is the product by which all other ultrabooks are judged. Originally released in 2008, it has taken Apple’s competitors more than three years to release something comparable. In the meantime, Apple has been through several iterations of the product, the latest released last June.... (Read More)