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Asus M5n Review (pics, specs)

First laptops are always tricky things to decide on. You can take weeks or even months (or in my case close to a year) to decide to purchase a[...] Read full article

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Asus Z70V Review (pics, specs)

I'm an engineering student and hence required a fairly powerful notebook to do some CAD, Photoshop, MATLAB and Maple work. In its spare time, I wanted a notebook that[...] Read full article

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Asus W5A Review (pics, specs)

The Asus W5A has a lot going for it, and in my opinion it is one of the best looking portable notebooks available. It is sleek, thin, lightweight, has[...] Read full article

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Asus Z33a Review (pics, specs)

I am extremely pleased with the Asus Z33a. Even though it is very compact it is still very usable. I integrated it into my work/life immediately without an issue. Frankly,[...] Read full article

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Asus Z70v Review (pics, specs)

I'm extremely pleased with my Asus Z70v. It's the best notebook I've ever owned. I wouldn't recommend it if you're in the market for a big, graphics devouring, desktop replacement[...] Read full article

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Asus W3V Review (pics, specs)

The Asus W3V is a jack-of-all-trades notebook. It combines portablility (5 lbs), power (Sonoma 1.86 Ghz CPU 533mhz FSB, ATi X600 64mg), and beauty (aluminum and carbon fiber casing) into[...] Read full article

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Fujitsu LifeBook E8020 Review (pics, specs)

The LifeBook E8020D is Fujitsu's latest 15" screen Sonoma notebook. It offers the same graphics card as the Asus W3V, while at the same time, is lighter than the[...] Read full article

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Asus Z71v Review (pics, specs)

I had been researching a notebook purchase for over a year before I found the Asus Z71v. I wanted something that had a fairly large screen, preferably widescreen, had[...] Read full article

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Asus V6V Review (pics, specs)

Even though it has a 15.1" screen, close to the standard 15.4" notebook screen, the Asus V6000V series is marketed as being thin-and-light. At 5.49 lbs the V6V fits[...] Read full article

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Gigabyte G-Max N411 Review (pics, specs)

Gigabyte is probably best known for being a manufacturer of computer motherboards. An area in which it competes against such companies as Asus and MSI. Lately though, all[...] Read full article

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