We reveal the 10 most popular technology product reviews of 2010, and what makes them interesting.
This year's most popular product reviews
2010 has been a great year in technology. We started at CES looking at multiple variables on the slate or tablet PC, as well as e-book readers and netbooks with multiple screens, and we end the year anticipating the Apple iPad 2 and a plethora of new tablets. It's hard to believe that we hadn't even heard of the Apple iPad a year ago.
There are 5,500 reviews available on PC Advisor, and we publish at least 100 each month. Over the past 12 months 15 million people have visited PC Advisor, vewing 35 million pages. We took a look at which reviews they looked at most, to see which products were of the most interest to technology fans in 2010. The results make interesting reading.
So here our the Top 10 Most Popular Technology Reviews of 2010
The Dell Inspiron 15 is a 15.6in value for money all-purpose budget laptop. The Dell Inspiron 15-1564 we tested is based on Intel's "Arrandale" Core i3 processor, has a full-sized keyboard, good looks and overall performance. It may not be the most exciting or innovative use of technology, but there's no disputing the popularity of inexpensive portable computing. And the Dell Inspiron 15-1564 is exactly that.
The 2010 iteration of Kaspersky's internet security suite, Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 earns high scores for strong malware detection, efficient performance, and a well-designed interface. Security software is important to every Windows PC user, and Kaspersky is one of the best.
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Another 15in budget laptop from Dell, the Dell Studio 15 is an affordable 15in-screen laptop, now available with the latest high-performance Intel Core i5 dual-core processor. It's combination of price and performance proved a winner with PC Advisor readers.
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The Samsung R580 is a luxurious and powerful 15in-screen laptop, sporting an Intel Core i3 processor and new nVidia graphics, and available for less than £600. Proving, if proof were needed, that 2010 is the year of the affordable 15in laptop!
See also: Laptop Advisor
The Apple iPhone 4 is the thinnest smartphone in the world with the highest resolution display ever built into a phone handset. It is a thing of beauty, and a strong contender for our Gadget of the Year. Read our full Apple iPhone 4 review to find out if it should be your next mobile phone.
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