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Macbook Pro 15inch

Introduction I’m not gunna lie, my 15 inch Macbook Pro is a staple in my life. No matter how many other computers I use, bigger, smaller, faster, lighter, nothing feels more at home than the 15inch Macbook Pro. The size is just natural for my hands, the speakers sound great, the keyboard feels great with […]

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Lenovo ThinkPad X201Review

Introduction I’ve always been a 15 inch laptop kind of guy. I’ve always liked having a discreet graphics card for editing and the occasional game., 15 inch laptops have bigger keyboards, screens, and I’ve just always had the opinion that they were for me. I’ve seen friends and strangers in the past use the smaller […]

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Sony Vaio EB

Sony Vaio EB Review

Introduction So far this is what I like to see in a college notebook, two different kinds of black color options and an affordable blue ray drive. On more serious note, Sony may have stepped up to produce a notebook that is geared towards the college student with a very customizable inside (I would say […]

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Toshiba M645

Toshiba M645

Introduction In 2009, the top five personal computer vendors included Lenovo, Dell, Acer, HP, and lastly Toshiba. Dell and HP are both based in the US, Acer is from Taiwan, Lenovo is Chinese, and Toshiba is Japanese. The Japanese have always been known as the leaders in electronics and gaming. This is obvious in the […]

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Lenovo ThinkPad T410 Review

Introduction ThinkPad was THE business laptop when IBM owned it, and not much has changed since Lenovo bought the ThinkPad in 2005. Lenovo continued producing IBM’s laptop line, sort of how Ford bought Volvo; Ford kept its name and roots. If you are looking for a powerful full size business laptop that can take a […]

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Sony Vaio X Class

Introduction Getting ready to grab my bag with my newest review unit, the Sony Vaio X, to take to Panera.  I realized I really only needed to take the computer, so taking my entire backpack did not make sense considering this compact laptop fit comfortably in the small front pocket of the bag; I managed […]

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Asus U30JC-A1

Introduction High performance gaming and impressive battery life; these two things rarely appear in the same sentence, let alone the same machine. In the past, gaming performance came with huge drops in battery life. When buying a laptop from a company such as Alienware that you can customize pretty much every feature, the battery life […]

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Lenovo IdeaPad Y460

Introduction The Lenovo IdeaPad Y460 is a very sleek powerhouse machine. With its Intel i5 processor and 4 GB of RAM, there really is anything this machine cannot handle. The 14” screen and plastic encasement keeps this laptop extremely light. If you are looking for a very powerful compact machine that has some useful controls, […]

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Sony Vaio Y Review

Introduction I never thought I would be using a laptop that matched one of my Polo shirts, and I’m not talking about my black one. I’m old enough to remember the different color ibooks, but this VAIO takes the cake on cool color styling.  Personally, I see VAIO line as the Apple of PCs. They […]

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Macbook Air Review

Introduction Apple is almost in a class by itself when it comes to laptops.  When looking at displays, phones, or music players, Apple usually produces the most attractive products. However, other companies are able to produce products that are almost as capable for less money.  Laptops are a whole different story; you get what you […]

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