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4.1

Review: Review: HP Spectre X360

HP's Spectre was one of the surprise laptops from last year, and a return for HP to the quality laptop space. Can the latest generation of Spectre keep the quality up, or does it fade away like the ghost of its name?...
4.5

Review: A thin winner: Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 Carbon reviewed

The race is on to make the thinnest computer, and Lenovo's X1 Carbon is certainly in it to win, boasting a fifth-generation Intel Core processor, up to 256GB of solid-state storage, and a keyboard that experienced typists are sure to fall for. We may be in love....

Asus embraces thin and sleek with a new Zenbook

Ultrabooks are supposed to be small, thin, and light machines you carry with you, and Asus thinks it might have that nailed with one of the last computers we’re likely to see before Intel’s next chipset rolls around....

Lenovo thinks thin for 2014

Computer maker Lenovo is thinking of making computers slimmer than ever with a new model that will be hitting this year, bringing carbon fibre to a light new lappy with some cool technologies thrown in for good measure....

Acer’s S7 gets an update with more speed and battery life

The power of Intel's fourth-generation Core processors is beginning to be seen, thanks to recent notebook releases, such as the new Apple MacBook Air and Sony's VAIO Pro, but Acer is getting in with an update to its touch-enabled Ultrabook range....
4.4

Review: Isn’t she lovely: Sony’s ultra-light VAIO Pro 11 reviewed

The Ultrabook touch market is heating up, and with the launch of Intel's fourth-generation processors, these computers are apparently better than ever. Sony's take on this space is to make the lightest computer you'll probably ever see and feel, and wow, it's an impressive piece of kit....
3.1

Review: Review: Acer Aspire P3

Ultrabooks aren't merely ultra thin laptops these days. No, they can be so much more, and Acer is out to prove just that, with the P3, a tablet that's classed like an Ultrabook thanks to similar innards and the addition of a keyboard case....

Haswell is here: Intel launches fourth-gen Core in Australia

Fresh off the back of the launch at Computex in Taipei last week, Intel has launched the next generation of its processors, and carrying benefits such as fifty percent more battery life and the hint of touch in every new laptop, there's a lot for consumers to be happy about....
4.1

Review: Review: HP Spectre X360

HP's Spectre was one of the surprise laptops from last year, and a return for HP to the quality laptop space. Can the latest generation of Spectre keep the quality up, or does it fade away like the ghost of its name?...
4.5

Review: A thin winner: Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 Carbon reviewed

The race is on to make the thinnest computer, and Lenovo's X1 Carbon is certainly in it to win, boasting a fifth-generation Intel Core processor, up to 256GB of solid-state storage, and a keyboard that experienced typists are sure to fall for. We may be in love....

Asus embraces thin and sleek with a new Zenbook

Ultrabooks are supposed to be small, thin, and light machines you carry with you, and Asus thinks it might have that nailed with one of the last computers we’re likely to see before Intel’s next chipset rolls around....

Lenovo thinks thin for 2014

Computer maker Lenovo is thinking of making computers slimmer than ever with a new model that will be hitting this year, bringing carbon fibre to a light new lappy with some cool technologies thrown in for good measure....

Acer’s S7 gets an update with more speed and battery life

The power of Intel's fourth-generation Core processors is beginning to be seen, thanks to recent notebook releases, such as the new Apple MacBook Air and Sony's VAIO Pro, but Acer is getting in with an update to its touch-enabled Ultrabook range....
4.4

Review: Isn’t she lovely: Sony’s ultra-light VAIO Pro 11 reviewed

The Ultrabook touch market is heating up, and with the launch of Intel's fourth-generation processors, these computers are apparently better than ever. Sony's take on this space is to make the lightest computer you'll probably ever see and feel, and wow, it's an impressive piece of kit....
3.1

Review: Review: Acer Aspire P3

Ultrabooks aren't merely ultra thin laptops these days. No, they can be so much more, and Acer is out to prove just that, with the P3, a tablet that's classed like an Ultrabook thanks to similar innards and the addition of a keyboard case....

Haswell is here: Intel launches fourth-gen Core in Australia

Fresh off the back of the launch at Computex in Taipei last week, Intel has launched the next generation of its processors, and carrying benefits such as fifty percent more battery life and the hint of touch in every new laptop, there's a lot for consumers to be happy about....