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    HP Pavilion dm1z Review with AMD Fusion (Fall 2011)

    Last year we reviewed the HP Pavilion dm1z powered by AMD’s first generation of Fusion processors and were impressed with the amount of value and performance it offered at such a low price. Since then HP has rolled out an update to the popular dm1z, which brings significant design and hardware refinements to this budget […]

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    MacBook Air 11-inch Review (Summer 2011)

    Last year we reviewed the MacBook Air 11-inch (late 2010). Almost 10 months later, Apple has rolled out an update to the Air, the MacBook Air (summer 2011). Apple has left most of what made the last gen MacBook Air intact. The system still sports the same high quality display, lovely unibody design and form-factor […]

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    New 13.3″ Sony VAIO S Series Laptop Looks Good in Pink

    Sony has revamped their VAIO S Series, and the already sexy S series is now looking more enticing than ever. For starters, the new S Series is available in burnished brown, jet black, platinum silver, as well as pink or blue – with magnesium and aluminum materials. This laptop really is a beauty to behold […]

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    HP Pavilion dm1z Review

    Traditionally, there has been a large gap between ‘netbook’ and ‘ultraportable’ laptops. Netbooks cost anywhere from $200 to $400 and are quite underpowered. Ultraportables generally start at $900 and cost much more than a laptop with comparable performance. As of earlier this year AMD has drastically redefined the ultraportable market by releasing their affordable AMD […]

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    Sony VAIO Y Series Ultraportable Laptop Review with AMD Fusion

    The Sony VAIO Y Series laptop was one of the first laptops on the market to sport the AMD Fusion chipset. Unlike netbooks which are affordable, but also underpowered, the AMD Fusion series is designed to power ultraportable laptops and make them affordable, without sacrificing performance. The VAIO Y Series configuration that we tested runs […]