Fujitsu is one of the last notebook manufacturers to get into the Ultrabook game, but what better way to start than with Ivy Bridge and two distinct models? Included in the line-up are also some multimedia and enterprise class notebooks.
This year, HP seems to be doing a major revamp on their top tier Envy line-up of notebooks. First up is the entertainment class HP Envy 15 - constructed from aluminum and featuring Beats audio, a quad-core Intel Core i7 processor and an AMD Radeon HD 6750M GPU.
If the idea of having your own full HD, Blu-ray, 3D movie machine sounds appealing, HP's Envy 17 3D might be just the ticket. The top of the line premium notebook also has a built in subwoofer, Beats audio, and has just been updated with a new, faster processor. See how it fares in our full review.
Toshiba's Satellite P755 is one of the newer 15.6-inch multimedia notebooks toting a Sandy Bridge quad-core Intel Core i7-2630QM processor and NVIDIA GT 540M graphics. How does it compare to the rest of the field? Read on to find out!
With its looks inspired by HP's ENVY line, the brand new HP Pavilion dv6 is also packed with the right specs to handle all kinds of multimedia tasks. Find out what we think of its build and performance with its Sandy Bridge quad-core CPU and Radeon HD 6770M GPU in our tests.