Laptops

  • Best laptop 2015 - 10 top picks and laptop buying guide

    Apple 13in Macbook Pro with Retina Display
    27 Apr 2015

    Discover the best laptops to buy in 2015 from under £200 to £1,548, and learn how to choose a laptop with our buying guide

  • Asus Zenbook UX303LA review

    700
    inc VAT
    24 Apr 2015

    The Asus Zenbook UX303LA Ultrabook is brilliant value with impressive performance but a lacklustre screen

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  • Asus Zenbook UX305 review - A worthy MacBook alternative

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    650
    inc VAT
    24 Apr 2015

    Super thin and light with sprightly performance, the Asus Zenbook UX305 is a superb value ultraportable

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  • Acer Aspire R11 review - hands on

    23 Apr 2015

    Acer prepares to take on Lenovo's Yoga with a 360-degree hinged hybrid of its own - the Aspire R11

  • Acer Aspire Switch 10 E review - hands on

    23 Apr 2015

    A multi-colour makeover and revised hinge gives Acer's Aspire Switch 10 E hybrid a new lease of life

  • Apple 13-inch MacBook Air review (early 2015)

    MacBook Air 2015
    999
    inc VAT
    23 Apr 2015

    The 2015 MacBook Air has unbeatable battery life and a superb build, but its lacklustre screen holds it back

  • Apple 13-inch MacBook Pro review

    1,199
    inc VAT
    14 Apr 2015

    Performance-boosting upgrades and an overhauled touchpad keep the 13-inch MacBook Pro well ahead of the competition

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  • Alienware 13 review

    1,294
    inc VAT
    11 Apr 2015

    A well-built, thin and light gaming laptop with great battery life, but the specification does not match the Alienware 13's high price

  • HP Stream 11 review

    HP Stream 11 front and display
    180
    inc VAT
    10 Apr 2015

    A bargain laptop with plenty of free cloud storage, but the HP Stream 11 is much heavier than its closest rival

  • Dell XPS 13 review

    1,099
    inc VAT
    30 Mar 2015

    The new Dell XPS 13 has outstanding design, build and performance, but its "infinity screen" isn't perfect

  • Schenker XMG P505 review

    Schenker XMG P505
    1,740
    inc VAT
    4 Mar 2015

    More powerful and better built than its predecessor, but competition is tight at this end of the market

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  • Toshiba Chromebook 2 (CB30-B-104) review

    Toshiba Chromebook 2
    270
    inc VAT
    3 Mar 2015

    The Toshiba Chromebook 2 is more expensive that other Chromebooks, but the Full HD screen is worth it

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  • Chillblast Jupiter review

    750
    inc VAT
    11 Feb 2015

    A good entry-level gaming laptop, but you can get much better graphics performance for £50 more

  • Toshiba Satellite Pro R50-B-12U review

    558
    inc VAT
    8 Feb 2015

    The Satellite Pro R50 is a competent business laptop with a good CPU and decent battery life, but other laptops offer more for the money

  • Acer Aspire V3-371 review

    430
    inc VAT
    5 Feb 2015

    The Acer V3-371-380A has a pleasing design and great battery life, but the screen is below average

  • Cyberpower Fangbook Evo HX6-100 review

    800
    inc VAT
    2 Feb 2015

    The Fangbook Evo HX6-100 is a keenly priced and powerful gaming laptop, although its styling and build quality may put some buyers off

  • Gigabyte P15F review

    785
    inc VAT
    1 Feb 2015

    A perfectly capable desktop replacement laptop, but it's not much cheaper than its significantly more powerful rivals

  • DinoPC Pegasus 17.3" review

    799
    inc VAT
    31 Jan 2015

    Big and brash, but the DinoPC Pegasus is under-specified when compared to its closest rivals

  • PC Specialist Optimus V Exige review

    799
    inc VAT
    30 Jan 2015

    An amazing-value desktop replacement laptop with a big SSD and great performance, but the chassis is ugly

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  • Toshiba S50-B-14P review

    615
    inc VAT
    29 Jan 2015

    A great-value portable laptop with a good screen and dedicated graphics, but it feels very fragile