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If you're in the market for a well-built, functional and versatile business laptop, you could do worse than the D520.
£763 inc VAT
We've seen several versions of Acer's Ferrari series over the years, and we're pleased to report that the 5000 is faster and better-looking than its predecessors.
£1,699 inc VAT
Designed with entertainment in mind, the Quest has a futuristic design. It could easily have looked tacky, but Evesham has managed to avoid that one.
£1,499 inc VAT
Merom is the word of the moment, and Hi-Grade is one of the first vendors to provide a laptop based on the new chip from Intel.
£1,292 inc VAT
The Rock is a good-looking system, and its games performance was blistering.
£1,599 inc VAT
The CyberPower Gamer Xplorer 80 targets gamers who want a mobile system rather than a bulky, non-portable desktop PC.
£975 inc VAT
It's easy to be careless, clumsy or just plain stupid, even when handling expensive items. This is why Toshiba has been so rigorous with its Satellite Pro A120.
£939 inc VAT
We've managed to get our hands on a laptop that will demonstrate the power of Intel's new Core 2 Duo processor family.
£1,199 inc VAT
After reviewing a fair few of them recently, we've come to the conclusion that Acer is pretty good at putting together high-quality laptops for under £1,000.
£939 inc VAT
The 1425's strong processor achieved a very decent WorldBench score, but the other specifications are largely underwhelming.
£999 inc VAT
The Zoostorm 4-6610's performance in our processing-speed tests was worthy of a £1,000-plus laptop – and it costs just £750.
£750 inc VAT
The laptop market may have entered an era of wireless internet access for all, but somebody forgot to tell Nusystems.
£1,000 inc VAT
Pulses are unlikely to race in the vicinity of the ACi VibE E1500. You could even say that its exterior is a bit, well, dull. But the VibE is nothing if not functional.
£534 inc VAT
Just like the iMac before it, Apple's MacBook Pro has undergone an upgrade highlighted by a chip swap.
£1,699 inc VAT
Gateway's MT3104b ticks boxes for both affordability and portability, so if those are your deciding factors, this could be the Vista laptop for you.
£399 inc VAT
If you want a portable Vista laptop for under £1,000 that enables you to tap into the world of Core 2 Duo computing, the Notino D7000 7300 delivers.
£899 inc VAT
The Zoostorm offers an impressive array of features and performance for a fairly modest price tag - and Windows Vista, of course.
£882 inc VAT
The Samsung NP-X60 isn't a particularly cheap laptop, but the rather high price buys you a premium mix of ingredients.
£1,147 inc VAT
Suitable for use as a portable business laptop or entertainment centre, the Vista-equipped Evesham is an adaptable machine.
£1,399 inc VAT
Weighing in at a whopping 7.8kg, the Acer Aspire is a beast of a laptop. Fortunately, it's intended as a desktop replacement rather than a portable system.
£999 inc VAT
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