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Dell Inspiron M5030 review



The Dell M5030, a cheap yet competent netbook.


"The Dell M5030 is a cheap laptop, a cheap laptop packed with decent components. It's not going to be everyone's cup of tea, but for generic tasks such as web browsing and document writing the M5030 could be ideal..."


You can read the full review here.

Apple MacBook Pro 13" review



The ultra stylish MacBook Pro has been reviewed, is it worth the extra cost?


"The MacBook pro is a superb laptop, the build quality and design is second to none and it is a pleasure to use. The annoying display port connectivity is a small downside, and the only serious drawback is one of cost. Is it really worth spending the extra money to buy an Apple device where you can buy a PC laptop with similar specs for a lot less? For some the answer will be a definite yes..."


You can read the full review here.

Apple iPad1 3G 32GB review



An overview of the Apple iPad tablet covering its design and specifications. Recently dropped in price due to the launch of the iPad 2, is it now a bargain?


"The iPad is a superb device leading the field in the tablet market. All other manufacturers are playing catchup and haven't yet really produced a device to rival the iPad. Not complex enough to be considered a laptop replacement, its strength lies in the myriad of applications available for it through the App store and its superb design and ease of use...."


You can read the full review here.

Acer Aspire One D255 review



An overview of the D255, how does it compare to the Toshiba NB305 and Samsung N150? - Watch the video to find out.


"The D255 is a nicely designed and functional netbook. Launched in October 2010, it shortly followed the release of Acer's D260 (Summer 2010). The differences between the two largely rests with the look of the machines, coupled with a slightly bigger hard drive and a dual core processor in the D255..."


You can read the full review here.

Samsung N150 netbook review



A review of the Samsung N150 netbook. It only weighs 1.23KG and uses the Intel Atom N450 processor.


"The Samsung N150 is an ideal netbook for day-to-day use. First launched in July 2010 it is a popular addition to Samsung's line of portable computers. The latest model is the N150 plus, and the main advantage of the plus vs the standard N150 is a larger hard disk capacity of 250GB (The standard N150 typically has a 160GB hard disk)..."


You can read the full review here.

Toshiba NB305 netbook review



We've recently reviewed the Toshiba NB305 portable netbook and compared it against the popular Samsung N150 and Acer Aspire One D255. Watch the video review to see how well it did.


"Launched in January 2010, the NB305 is a competent netbook. Weighing 1.33kg, it is very comparable in weight, dimensions and specifications to many of the other branded notebooks currently available..."


You can read the full text review here.

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