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The latest Laptop reviews at PC Advisor. Laptop user reviews, ratings, buying advice and price comparison

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  • First look: Viliv S7 review

    Viliv's S7 netbook tablet PC is tiny, but packs surprising performance.

    £709 inc VAT

  • Asus UL30A review

    Take everything we liked about the Asus Eee PC 1005HA (a well-designed, seashell-shaped netbook) and marry that with the CULV-laden Acer Timeline 3810T. The result:…

    £525 inc VAT

  • Dell Latitude Z review

    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

  • Lenovo ThinkPad W701ds review

    Aimed at content creators and engineers, the Lenovo ThinkPad W701ds laptop could replace desktop workstations.

    Free

  • Asus Eee PC 1201T review

    The recently launched Asus Eee PC 1201T is a 12-inch netbook based on AMD's Athlon Neo MV-40 1.6GHz processor.

    £358 inc VAT

  • First look: Sony VAIO VGN-FW198U/H

    The Sony VAIO VGN-FW198U/H is a speedy and desirable laptop sporting Intel's latest Centrino 2, Monevina processor.

    £875 inc VAT

  • Ionics Plug Computer 3.0 review

    The first unit based on Marvell’s Sheevaplug always-on microserver platform, the Plug Computer 3.0 looks bulky, but impressive.

    Free

  • Lenovo Skylight review

    At first glance, the Lenovo Skylight is exactly what the netbook should've been.

    £309 inc VAT

  • Apple MacBook 2.1/2.4GHz laptop review

    Apple's MacBook update brings an improved hardware architecture, faster system bus and more robust graphics.

    £699 inc VAT

  • First look: Elonex Web book

    Carphone Warehouse and Elonex have launched the Web book – a Windows XP Home Service Pack 2 machine with a 10.2in viewable screen and that runs on a VIA C7 processor…

    Free

  • First look: MSI Wind

    Taiwan's MSI (Micro-Star International) announced its competitor for the new low-cost laptop market, the MSI Wind, early this month at Computex, and we got a chance…

    £329 inc VAT

  • HP Pavilion dv7t review

    The HP Pavilion dv7t is one of HP's upcoming Centrino 2 "entertainment powerhouse" laptops.

    £950 inc VAT

  • HP Mini 5101 review

    HP's business-based netbook has grown up - and the HP Mini 5101 introduces some long-overdue improvements.

    Free

  • Lenovo Thinkpad T400s review

    With sturdy construction and great performance packed inside a slim profile, the T400s is an excellent laptop for the discerning jetsetter.

    £1,885 inc VAT

  • Acer Aspire Timeline 3810T review

    The Acer Aspire Timeline 3810T is one of the first laptops to use a 1.4GHz Intel CULV U9400 CPU.

    £699 inc VAT

  • HP Mini 1000 review

    HP's second-generation mini-notebook - the HP Mini 1000 - falls in the middle of the current netbook pack.

    £399 inc VAT

  • Asus N10J review

    At first glance, the Asus N10J seems like a make-over of the Asus Eee PC 1000H 80G XP, albeit with some superior components and design. It strays very close to…

    £499 inc VAT

  • Asus U36J review

    The Asus U36J ultraportable laptop comes in at an appealing £699.

    £699 inc VAT

  • HTC Advantage X7510 review

    The HTC Advantage X7510 is marketed as a ‘smart mobility' device and distinguishes itself from the WinMo pack by being neither a phone nor a laptop but offering some…

    £799 inc VAT

  • OQO 02 review

    The OQO 02 is more UMPC (ultramobile PC) than mobile internet device. It runs Windows XP Tablet Edition, which means it's a fully-laden mini computer, but it's also…

    £840 inc VAT

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