The following cars represent the most technically advanced available.
With a price around $30,000 and fuel economy around 30 mpg, the 2012 Buick LaCrosse represents luxury at a discount, but it still needs work on its cabin electronics integration.
Buick released photos of and details about the 2014 LaCrosse, a car that will make its public debut during the 2013 New York auto show.
If you want to keep your data safe from handling mishaps while getting the top Thunderbolt performance on the market, look no further than the LaCie Rugged Thunderbolt All-Terrain portable drive.
Firmly set as a luxury car (as opposed to a sports car), the 2010 Buick LaCrosse CXS offers a suite of modern electronics and one of the better sound systems available in a vehicle.
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Some might call the midsize Asus VivoBook S451 attractive, and it's certainly inexpensive, but too many sacrifices were made to hit that budget price.
GM engineers a great car but hamstrings it with tech decisions that leave the glass half full.
Buick's new eAssist mild hybrid system comes as a standard feature on the new LaCrosse, giving this full-size luxury sedan fuel economy in the 30s.
Buick bills its new LaCrosse as the most fuel-efficient luxury car with good reason. Its electric-assisted four-cylinder engine gives the full-size sedan average fuel economy around 30 mpg.
The LaCie Little Big Disk Thunderbolt 2 is worth every penny of its hefty price tag, but only to those needing a super-fast and compact storage device.
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