The XPS 15 is Dell's latest attempt to refresh the line, and going by its looks, it seems Dell has done plenty of updates. While most notebooks gun for a slim form factor, Dell decides to go big on style. Check out how it fared.
Samsung's latest RF series was built with one thing in mind - performance. Prepped with a Core i7 processor and discrete GeForce graphics, will the 15.6-inch RF510 ultimately hold its own against the competition? We took a long hard look at the sleek and contoured notebook to see how it measures up.
Clad in a gorgeous red hue comes Toshiba's 15.6-inch multimedia machine, the QOSMIO F60. Now let's see if this pretty machine can deliver the performance to match its looks.
Packed in a 15.6-inch form factor is Lenovo's multimedia machine, the IdeaPad Y560. Boasting of sleek curves and subtle design, the notebook looks ready to entertain with a quad-core CPU and a Mobility Radeon HD 5730 discrete graphics engine. We find out if it lives up to expectations.
We heard Samsung launched new sleek and sexy notebooks, so we suited up to be equally sexy and popped by their flagship store at Vivo City to check out their cool factor. Expect new Core i7/i5 configurations with GeForce 300M/400M graphics amongst others.
Sager's quite well known in the US for its user configured notebooks, and they now have a distributor in Singapore. This means customers can specify how hardcore they want their notebooks to be without breaking the bank. As such, we've ordered in a top end machine for review!
Apple's latest refresh to its unibody MacBook Pro line comes equipped with Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, so we got our hands on a the most powerful 15-inch variant we could customize to see how it performs.
With recent reports stating that the newer Apple MacBook Pro notebooks are reaching soaring temperatures of 100 degrees Celsius, we decided to do some investigation of our own.
Fancy a portable gaming rig? ASUS has that in the form of the G51J 3D, but goes one step better by embracing true visual 3D gaming by making the notebook 3D stereo capable. Find out more.