It's a refurb, and the 15.6-inch screen can't do anything close to 1080p, but this is still an unusually powerful laptop for the price.
Toshiba's top-of-the-line Qosmio costs $1,899 and weighs a ton, but it's packed full of impressive processing power and has a 3D display and glasses. Read on for our review.
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For just a few bucks more than you'd pay for a typical entry-level laptop, this refurbished Gateway offers more horsepower and a Blu-ray drive.
The disc-based movie's days may be numbered, but Blu-ray is still the best way to enjoy pristine audio and video. Plus: two bonus deals!
There's a rebate involved, but the list price on this superbly equipped system is $700. Plus: It's National Donut Day! Find out where to score one free.
Buying physical copies of movies seems to make little sense these days, even if they provide digital versions with the purchase, given the frustration involved.
Apple has banished Blu-ray from the MacBook and iMac because, it says, discs are "holding us back".
Mainstream Blu-ray laptops just got a little cheaper, and with a new Intel Core i3 processor to boot.
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