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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)
3.7

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)