The latest Laptop reviews at PC Advisor. Laptop user reviews, ratings, buying advice and price comparison
Having first gone for the high-end consumer market with its sleek Dell Adamo notebook released in March, Dell has turned its sights to the corporate sector with the…
£1,516 inc VAT
The Dell Vostro 3550 is a 15.6in, 2.7kg business notebook with a swag of great features
£1,174 inc VAT
The Dell Inspiron Duo is an innovative netbook / tablet PC hybrid with a screen that revolves so it can be used as either a traditional laptop or a convertible tablet.
£479 inc VAT
Dell sees its Latitudes as the Swiss army knife of laptops. But the market is evolving, and the multihued, kid-friendly Dell Latitude 2100 netbook models are the…
£317 inc VAT
The Dell Inspiron 15R N0015R33 is a well-made laptop with a solid and attractive design. It has four USB 3.0 ports a 1TB hard drive, but an average processor. Read…
£549 inc VAT
Dell has refreshed its XPS laptop range with upgraded screens and Intel Haswell processors. Here's our Dell XPS 13 and XPS 15 hands-on review.
This 13.3-inch laptop with Windows 7 Pro is aimed at buyers working with very tight budgets. Just remember that you get what you pay for. Here's our Dell Latitude…
£580 inc VAT
The Dell Inspiron 17R desktop-replacement laptop is a study in clean, simple design.
£529 inc VAT
The Dell Inspiron M101z is a bit short on battery life, but a solid contender in the value laptop market.
£370 inc VAT
Small and light are often relative terms with laptops aimed at creative pros, but the Dell Precision M2400 can be described as both in all seriousness.
£749 inc VAT
The Dell Latitude 2120 is a partially ruggedized netbook for business.
£466 inc VAT
The XPS has a 3D capable screen and comes with a single pair of 3D glasses. You can also hook the XPS up to a 3D-capable TV set via its HDMI port and let the nVidia…
£1,170 inc VAT
The 2012 flavour of the Dell Inspiron 17R is a budget desktop-replacment laptop. Here's our Dell Inspiron 17R review.
£559 inc VAT
The Dell Inspiron 14z laptop offers good performance in a lightweight chassis, but with some quirky flaws.
£549 inc VAT
The Dell Inspiron 14z is an ultrabook in name only. It sacrifices style and hardware integrity for performance. Read our full review to find out more.
£699 inc VAT
It's hardly practical - or economical - but if you're into forward-thinking tech, the Dell Latitude Z600 is worth a good longing look.
£1,516 inc VAT
The Dell Inspiron 11z laptop sports an 11.6in screen and low-power processor, and hits a modest £399 price point.
£399 inc VAT
At first glance, the Dell Inspiron Mini 9, Dell's entry into the mini-notebook category, looks like what you might get if you left a notebook from Dell's full-size…
£299 inc VAT
The Dell Vostro V13 is a slimline, 13.3in business notebook with plenty of style and a very sturdy body. It feels great to use and it has a decent amount of power…
£420 inc VAT
The Dell Vostro 1320 is a solidly built laptop with a built-in optical drive and a powerful CPU.
£389 inc VAT
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