A buyer’s guide to the top 10 laptops
Buying a laptop can be a tricky business. We run down our top 10 favourites to give you a starting point for your purchase.
Acer's laptops will never win awards for stunning beauty or ground breaking design, but they are are always sturdy, dependable and offer great value for money.
The Aspire 4810T is a case in point. It ticks a lot of boxes with solid specs such as reasonable thinness, less than 2Kg weight, gesture trackpad, HDMI port but it's not particularly exciting.
However, it does have once special trick up its sleeve its stunning battery life, lasting for eight hours 52 minutes in our light battery life test.
Apple MacBook Pro Price: 1,608 ex. VAT
Apple made much of the introduction of the uni-body aluminium construction of its MacBook Pro, but some months in it does seem worthy of the fuss.
The single piece design makes for a very strong chassis and the black and silver look is pure premium.
Dell Adamo XPS Price: (TBC)
The thought of Dell trying to take on Apple at high design may seem on the face of it completely absurd but once you've picked up and held the Adamo you'll change your tune pretty quickly.
However, it's not the Adamo we're recommending but the Adamo XPS its ultra-thin sibling that's available soon.
If you've ever wondered how thin a laptop can go then you'll gawp at the 9.99mm height of the Adamo XPS. Any thinner and it would probably be too sharp to pick up safely.
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