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Lenovo IdeaPad Y480 now has Nvidia 650M Graphics, Upgraded Processor

The Lenovo IdeaPad Y480 is notable for the fact it’s a budget friendly portable gaming laptop, it was released in Spring 2012 with an Nvidia 640M graphics card and since then people have been waiting and hoping to see an upgraded Nvidia 650M graphics card available that Lenovo initially mentioned would act as the GPU.  […]

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HP EliteBook 2570p Video Review Posted

This weekend we posted a written review of the EliteBook 2570p and we’ve just posted a video version of the 2570p review for those that prefer more visuals than text: HP EliteBook 2570p Review Sections included in the video review of the EliteBook 2570p include heat and temperature measurements and a listen in on the […]

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HP EliteBook 2570p Review

The HP EliteBook 2570p is a 12.5” screen portable business laptop built for those that demand a little more durability than your average user.  The EliteBook 2570p is constructed of a rigid magnesium-alloy chassis and meets mil-spec standards for durability and ability to withstand extremely adverse conditions.  What this means to your average business user […]

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New Details Emerge on Upcoming Lenovo IdeaPad Y500 Gaming Rig

A few new details on the upcoming Lenovo IdeaPad Y500 announced this summer have surfaced thanks again to a Chinese forum poster on it168.com (anyone know why numbers in domains are so popular in China?).  To refresh, the IdeaPad Y500 is going to be released at the end of October and will break new ground […]

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Lenovo ThinkPad T430 Vs. Edge E430 Comparison, Which is Best for You?

The Lenovo ThinkPad T430 and the ThinkPad Edge E430 14” business laptops are similar in many ways, so what makes the T430 so much more expensive with a starting price of $685 versus $494 for the E430?  There of course has to be enough of a difference between these two business laptops to justify the […]

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HP Releases ProBook 4545s for Budget Business Buyers

HP has just announced an update to its ProBook 4545s (along with the 4445s and 4446s) with a significant performance boost; however, the look and design still remains the same as last years model. The new laptops are exclusively equipped with an all-new 2012 AMD A-Series accelerated processor along with AMD VISION Pro graphics so […]

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HP Pavilion SleekBook 15 and SleekBook 14 Announced

HP is adding to its Sleebook lineup with the Pavilion Sleekbook 14 and Sleekbook 15 to be released coinciding with the launch of Windows 8 on October 26th.  The Sleekbook 14 will use an AMD APU to power the processor and graphics while the larger sized Sleekbook 15 will use Intel based processors and the […]

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Sony VAIO T Ultrabook Review

After biding their time, Sony has finally released their version of an Ultrabook, the Sony Vaio T. While Sony is not new in the small laptop game (previously having released a VAIO Z, VAIO X, and VAIO P), the Vaio T is the first of its laptops to be marketed as an Ultrabook. While they […]

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Dell Latitude 6430u Ultrabook For Enterprise Users Announced

Ultrabooks are continuing to become more and more mainstream in the laptop market, so it’s no surprise that Dell has added another one to its repertoire by announcing the Latitutde 6430u Ultrabook. The 6430u is built to cater towards the business user and is designed to not only be mobile, but also tough against the […]

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Panasonic Announces ToughBook 31 Rugged Laptop Updates

Panasonic has updated their ToughBook lineup with the latest release of their ToughBook 31, a 13" ruggedized laptop for field workers (e.g. policeman, fireman, outdoor workers, oil rigs). Included in this update is a faster processor, expanded storage, and a more responsive touchscreen. The Toughbook 31 is powered by the new 3rd generation Intel Core […]

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